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Re: Restore backup leaves one database with no access
Posted by: marc fromm
Date: November 19, 2014 01:38PM

I did some testing. I backed up the live server using the command.
sudo mysqldump -u root -p --all-databases --add-drop-table | gzip > alldbs2.sql.gz

I then restored the backup on the dev server using the command.
sudo mysql -u root -p < alldbs.sql
I had no access issues.

I then restored the same backup on the same dev server using the command.
sudo mysql -u root -p -S /var/lib/mysql/mysql.sock < alldbs.sql
Again, no access issues.

Also this phpMyAdmin problem did not happen as well.
In phpMyAdmin if I select any of the databases and access the privileges information, all the databases report "Unkown column ‘Event_priv’ in ‘field list’"

The only thing not in this test scenario is my script that creates the backup using the mysql.sock as shown again here.
#!/bin/bash
backup_dir="/xxx/xxx/xxx/xxx"
timeslot=`date +%m-%d-%Y_%H-%M`
mysqldump -u root -p######## -S /var/lib/mysql/mysql.sock -A | gzip > "$backup_dir/alldbs-$timeslot.gz"

Can the script be the issue or using mysql.sock to create the backup be doing something to cause the problem? It seems it must be based on this test.

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