MySQL Replication and Backup
In this tutorial, you will learn how to backup databases by using mysqldump client tool provided by MySQL.
There are two simple ways in MySQL to load data into MySQL database from a previously backed up file.
Importing Data with LOAD DATA
Importing Data with mysqlimport
Learn the different methods to backup or export a MySQL database.
There are times when using a GUI-based client, such as phpMyAdmin, for managing MySQL databases is not enough. Limitations include issues with importing databases and lack of security for MySQL sessions. You can get around these limitations if you're willing to use the command line. This article introduces the use of the command line in MySQL management.
In this lession you will learn how to take MySQL Database backup and restore the same.
To backup your database, you will need to use phpMyAdmin. Most hosts have this script pre-installed. If you can't find it, contact your host.
This article describes how you can back up MySQL databases without interrupting the MySQL service.
It is a good idea to backup your MySQL data occasionally as a precautionary measure. It is also a good idea to create a backup before making any major changes, incase something goes wrong and you need to revert to the unmodified version. Database backups can also be used to transfer your database from one server to another if you change web hosts.
MySQL includes several ways to backup your important data. In this article learn how to backup our databases using the mysqldump utility that comes with MySQL.
If you happen to have data stored in a MySQL database, it is good for you to learn how to backup and restore the database.
MySQL Cluster is a powerful peering system to add high availability and replication across multiple database servers. It's not perfect, though. Using features of MySQL 5.0 and 5.1, it's possible to build a master/slave replication system with fail-over.
This tutorial describes how to set up database replication in MySQL. MySQL replication allows you to have an exact copy of a database from a master server on another server (slave), and all updates to the database on the master server are immediately replicated to the database on the slave server so that both databases are in sync.
This chapter describes the various replication features provided by MySQL. It introduces replication concepts, shows how to set up replication servers, and serves as a reference to the available replication options.