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    Click File, and then click Save As.
    Under File Types, click Save Database As.
    Under Advanced, click Back Up Database, and then click Save As.
    In the Save As dialog box, in the File name box, review the name for your database backup

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    Are you using cPanel? if so it's easily done https://documentation.concrete5.org/...and-phpmyadmin
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    Click File, and then click Save As.
    Under File Types, click Save Database As.
    Under Advanced, click Back Up Database, and then click Save As.
    In the Save As dialog box, in the File name box, review the name for your database backup.

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    Creating A Backup

    The mysqldump command is used to create textfile “dump” of a database that can be managed by MySQL. These database dumps are simply text type files containing all the SQL commands needed to recreate the database from scratch. The process truly is quick and easy.
    Backing Up a Single Database

    If you want to back up a single database, you merely create the “dump” (aka make a backup) and send the output of the “mysqldump” command into a .sql file. Don’t worry, this command doesn’t affect the database in any way; It merely makes a copy of the database.

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    Click File, and then click Save As.

    Under File Types, click Save Database As.

    Under Advanced, click Back Up Database, and then click Save As.

    In the Save As dialog box, in the File name box, review the name for your database backup.
    Last edited by Nitin13; 07-07-2020 at 01:19 AM.

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