Given the file result, my guess would be that despite the extension, this is not compressed, but is directly the SQL file. Have you tried opening it with an editor or maybe just outputting the first few lines (head file_v1.2.sql.gz) or characters if the lines are very long (head -c 100 file_v1.2.sql.gz)? – user2313067 Aug 6 '17 at 21:02
Apr 13, 2016 · If you are installing from media, you can typically copy the files from the media to the temporary directory. Extract the package by issuing tar xvf packagename. Following is an example for the sql-ext-version.tar.gz file: tar xvf sql-ext-version.tar.gz. The command extracts two files: libnetcrypto-version.tar.gz and libnetxml-version.tar.gz. The file needs to be named ManicTimeServerSettings.json. If you already have this file, then you need to merge the two files (take a look at the previous section and sample file /Docs/ManicTimeServerSettings.Sample.json) 5.6. The database is now empty, so again go to step 2. and 3. (create admin user and then start the server) 6.
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