Got a new MacBook Pro last March 2013, and I am still trying to get it set up and working?! (Oh the agony of migrations!!!!!)
On my old MacBook, every week I use phpMyAdmin to the "export" tab to backup my database to a backup folder.
This morning I took the hard-drive out of my old MacBook, plugged it into an external HDD enclosure, plugged it into my new MBP, and chose to import the latest backup called "doubledee_backup_2013-12-08_LastBeforeMigration.sql"
Unfortunately, phpMyAdmin keeps giving me this error shortly after the import begins...
-- Dumping data for table `article_placement`
INSERT INTO `article_placement`
VALUES ( 1, 'finance', 'featured-finance', 'economy', 'which-states-support-main-street', 0, '2013-05-11 18:33:34', NULL ) ;
MySQL said: Documentation
#1146 - Table 'doubledee.section_dimension' doesn't exist
I don't understand why it would complain that the "section_dimension" table doesn't exist, when the whole point is that I am trying to import all of my old database structure into a new, bare database on my new MBP?! :rolleyes:
My old MacBook has an older version of MAMP, and thus phpMyAdmin, MySQL, PHP, etc., but you wouldn't think that would make that big of a deal when it comes to exporting/importing a basic database?!
Any ideas what is going on?? :-/