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WordPress Modern WordPress Workflow The Staging Server Migrating from Local to Staging

Hamish McKay
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Hamish McKay
Courses Plus Student 9,133 Points

sh:mysqldump: command not found on local with wordmove

I am getting a mysqldump error on local

sh: mysqldump: command not found i am using desktopserver as local development. Any ideas? Thanks

2 Answers

Hamish McKay
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Hamish McKay
Courses Plus Student 9,133 Points

Thanks andy I'll look through the thread, but this worked for me adding it into the terminal before pushing.

export PATH=$PATH:/Applications/XAMPP/xamppfiles/bin

David Scanu
David Scanu
20,160 Points

Thanks Andy, the link you posted helped me a lot. Wordmove has to find the mysqldump command.