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Posted by: Jose Azevedo
Date: August 29, 2018 12:30AM

Hi, I'm an Oracle DBA so I understand backup and recovery of a database from the Oracle perspective quite well. In Oracle the database is in mount mode whilst it is being recovered so users cannot access the DB whilst a recovery is in progress.

There is however something that I do not fundamentally understand in regard to MySQL Backup/Recovery. Whilst I do a recovery the mysqld daemon is running and anyone can login whilst I do the recovery (with mysqlbinlog). I understand the --skip-networking option so is that the thing to do before I start a recovery? I am looking for something similar to the mount mode in Oracle...

Best regards
Jose

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