Restoring MySQL Dump with PHP

As web developers, we are usually tasked with deploying a project to a production server that we don&squo;t always have access to. And in most cases the projects require a database. The usual plan of action consists of running a database dump, copying the sql sump file over to the production server, and restoring the dump file using the MySQL CLI. However, in cases where we have limited access to the production server including no shell access, results in the problem: How do we install the database.


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