Today I had to take a MySQL database backup from one database and then restore it to a different database name (for development/testing purposes). I tried a number of different tricks that I found online through Google without any success.
The “hover the mouse cursor” trick to get to the Windows Server 2012 Start Screen seems to never work well for me. I wind up spending a ton of time moving my mouse all around to various positions on the
Performing application installs on a server that does not have internet connectivity used to be a difficult thing to do. You had to locate and download not only the main application, but any dependencies that would be needed to complete
Another great post by Terri over at OrcsWeb that I think you’ll find beneficial. Here’s a brief intro and a link to the full post… Microsoft has released a new module for IIS 7.5 which provides the ability to ‘warm-up’
Orchard doesn’t seem to like anything in it’s web root except for it’s own content. Try it out – create a folder (I created /TestContent/) and then put a test from there (I created test.html) and try to access it.