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Import SQL backup file to CentOS 7 Linux (Core)

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#1 TinoNgombo


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Posted 07 December 2016 - 04:57 AM

Hi :)


I intend to import/copy SQL .bak files to a virtual CentOS 7 Linux Core server that has MySQL installed.


The bottom line is to allow SQL Server Management Studio installed on my laptop running Win10 to find these .bak files copied into the Linux server, in order to restore the databases there.

How can I copy/import these files from Windows to a directory in the CentOS 7 server such as C:\var\opt\mssql\data, for example?


Thanks in advance.



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