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Re: Backup program for MySQL
Posted by: Peter Halliday
Date: January 11, 2005 06:11PM

What about just using mysqldump? If you use the --opt and --all-databases flags it could be useful in creating a backup that could be loaded onto the server. This would also help your backup to be truly crossplatform as well. Although, MySQL claims their files can be moved right from one server to another and work in later versions as well. So you may be able to just use the windows backup as well as crude as it is. I would go with mysqldump myself.

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