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New iMAC, Does it Have a Built-In Web Server Like IIS Did on Windows?

I need more help with my new Mac! I used to use IIS on my Windows PC to run a photo gallery software package that I could use from anywhere, and registered a domain that I used GoDaddyGoDaddy Domain Registrar to point to my home server. I had to setup an SQL server on it, PHP, and everything, so it has it's own database and I've spend many hours adding pictures to it, tagging them, and so on, so I would like to just move this all over to my new Mac as painlessly as possibly. My question is, does a Mac have a built-in web server software like Windows had IIS? And if so, how do I use it?

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Question regarding backup & restore of sql database

Hey Dogg,

I want to be able to schedual automatic backups of my sql database. Right now I have phpmyadmin handling the db and I have successfully been able to manually backup the dB, restore it to new DB, then copy the site into new directory and point to the new DB.

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How much database overhead should I allow before I optimize?

I'm running my first website on my own server and I was wondering how much database overhead I should allow before I should Optimize it so that there isn't any speed loss on my site? And can you tell me how to clear the overhead? I use MySQL and PHPMyAdmin to administer my site database. TIA!

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