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Database posts puller

  • I had around 15 posts on one of my old websites. I was hosting on a friends server and all of sudden he forgot to pay and right now cannot afford it. I was able to backup the MYSQL database and all the files but I was not able to export any of the posts. I was wondering if there was a tool or some way or some how I could pull the posts from the backup of MYSQL database and pull the posts off of it and put it on my new blog.

    Please I need help with this badly.

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  • Please move if not in the right location.

    > I was able to backup the MYSQL database and all the files but I was not able to export any of the posts.

    The posts are in the mysql database (along with comments, settings, etc.). If your new blog does not have any posts yet and it’s a WordPress blog, then you can probably use the mysql database on it. We’ll need more information, though.

    Yeah I have found the posts inside of the mysql database problem is one part of the database is corrupted. I did not back up the database I had my friend do it and I tried importing the database to mysql via phpmyadmin and it saying that it is corrupted and no database targeted.

    Might try using a text editor and look for each post in that sql backup file and copy and paste into an actual post.

    Tried that but still there all cluttered up all together.

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