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Reinstalling Backup SQL – New Host

  • I am moving my blog to another hosting provider and am having problems loading the backup database. Here is the beginning of the error message I’ve received from phpMyAdmin:

    ERROR: Unknown Punctuation String @ 6
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    <b>Warning</b>: Cannot modify header information – headers already sent by (output started at /web/myadmin/p50/73/export.php:150) in <b>/web/myadmin/p50/73/libraries/ob.lib.php</b> on line <b>61</b>

    Also, the new host shows the domain root as http://uturnahead.com, but the prior host used http://www.uturnahead.com. Also, the new host automatically created the database name, which, of course, is not the same as the name I used with the other host. Are these the problems?

    Any help correcting this would be greatly appreciated.


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  • Talk to you host. WordPress is for troubleshooting wordpress admin and stuff life that. But your host should be able to help you.

    Well, my host said it’s a WordPress issue. The other thing I noticed is that the host installation automatically provided a database user name. Again, this name is different that the one that I used with the other host.

    I have tried remaining the backup txt file to match the name of the new database. Same error.

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