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Backing Up a MySQL Database

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Perhaps you should automate your MySQL backup...
There are several ways to backup MySQL data, however, automation certainly makes the process easier. Insuring your backed up data is stored remotely further supports your business continuity in the event of a need to restore data onto new systems based on hardware failure, etc.

Having spent some time murking through my network (not needing to reinvent the wheel to research an efficient backup procedure), I stumbled onto some backup scripts from PJ Doland.
 read more | mail this link | score:2762 | -Ray, May 5, 2004
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