Backing up Clientexec with straight MySQL code

 June 20, 2014     0 Comments

phpMyAdmin can not handle large databases so using straight MySQL code will help.

1. Change your directory to the directory you want to dump things to:

[email protected]:~> cd CE_backup/

2. Use mysqldump (man mysqldump is available):

[email protected]:~/CE_backup> mysqldump --add-drop-table -h mysqlhostserver
-u mysqlusername -p databasename (tablename tablename tablename) | bzip2
-c > ClientExec.bak.sql.bz2

Enter password: (enter your mysql password)
[email protected]~/CE_backup>

mysqldump --add-drop-table -h -u dbocodex -p dbwp | bzip2 -c > ClientExec.bak.sql.bz2

Enter password: my-password
[email protected]~/CE_backup>

The bzip2 -c after the | (pipe) means the backup is compressed on the fly. It does in one line the same thing that these two commands do:

mysqldump --add-drop-table -h -u dbocodex -p dbwp > ClientExec.bak.sql
bzip2 ClientExec.bak.sql

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