This manual is for those, who prefer not to use a plugin and do it all by hand. In order to transfer a WordPress website or pretty much any other one to the new hosting, you will need its files and databases. First, download the files to your PC. In order to do this:. Just like files, you will need to download the database too. Now, you need to transfer the information from your old database to the new hosting. But first, you need to create a database there.
Codex tools: Log in. As of WordPress Version 2. Leaving the value blank null will insure the collation is automatically assigned by MySQL when the database tables are created. And you may be in need of a WordPress upgrade.
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Export to json file This is the simplest syntax. Export to csv file This is the simplest syntax: In the case csv file, you must provide the list of columns Collection Required. List of columns separated by commas and no spaces. Import from json file. Import from csv file This is the simplest syntax: --headerline: Using the first row of data as the column name of the Collection. Option Meaning Example --help produce help message -v [ --verbose ] be more verbose include multiple times for more verbosity e. Can also use --host hostname:port --ipv6 enable IPv6 support disabled by default -d [ --db ] arg database to use -c [ --collection ] arg collection to use some commands -u [ --username ] arg username -p [ --password ] arg password --dbpath arg directly access mongod data files in the given path,instead of connecting to a mongod instance - needs to lock the data directory, so cannot be used if a mongod is currently accessing the same path --directoryperdb if dbpath specified, each db is in a separate directory -f [ --fields ] arg comma seperated list of field names e. You should make sure this is indexed. Currently limited to 4MB.