I've just found a one liner to mirror a local mysql database on a remote server, over ssh: mysqldump -uroot -proot zedatabase | ssh -p4551 firstname.lastname@example.org "mysql -udoom -pmySqlPassword zedatabase" ...
I have a similar problem from this question How to dump remote database without mysqldump? How ever when I run ssh -f L 3306:localhost:3306 user@remoteserver -N I am receive the following error ...
I'm trying to copy a database from one server to another. I tried using the following command and it's getting tied up on entering the ssh passwords. If I put in one server's password, it complains ...
I would like to know how to dump all databases into a folder. I'm using a Linux/Debian Afer connecting on the server with root access I make $ mysql -u admin -p To connect on mysql. Then which ...
I am backing up my database using mysqldump as I read here: http://www.tizag.com/mysqlTutorial/mysqlbackup.php It gives me some sort of command(Linux I think): mysqldump --tab=/path/to/some/dir ...
I'm trying to issue a remote mysqldump command, redirect stdout to a dmp file, then tar that up. I'm a bit confused as to how to do the redirection bits over ssh: i.e. ssh email@example.com mysqldump ...