Keywords: MySQL - AWS - Technical issue - Other
I am very grateful for any help here Though it might be more related to the nature of MySQL (in particular export/import of schemas) and/or phpMyAdmin, than to Bitnami itself.
On my local machine, I used MySQL Workbench, and there there was a setting where by default there was a row limit to queries, which one had to remove if one didn't want it. (I don't want it.)
Now, when I am in the process of moving the application to AWS Lightsail (using Bitnami), I am using phpMyAdmin for database management. And I wanted to double check that the setting is correct, i.e. that there is no row limit for queries. But I don't find such a setting. This means I have two questions:
If I had no such limit on the database on my local machine, was that setting transferred along with the database schema when I imported it to MySQL on Bitnami?
If it was not exported, how can I check it in phpMyAdmin, and set it correctly. If I can't, I would be very grateful if someone could tell me how to check it via the command line.