In addition to using mysqldump, I've been backing up my mysql server by tarring up /var/lib/mysql for redundancy and convenience. This directory includes ibdata, ib_logfile0, and ib_logfile1 as well ...
I am at 98% of an 8GB SSD, and I have a 3 GB mysql data that I need to gzip and or tar and then download it, so then I can delete it. How can I tar or gzip the sql (or the mysql tables) so that that ...
I have a centos5.5 system and have MySQL 5.0.27 install. Now I want to upgrade this to MySQL 5.5.28(Latest). I have two questions, What is the difference between RPM(Redhat) which is recommended and ...
Which is the suitable way to install multiple mysql servers without affecting the current installation in fedora( rpm or tarball)?
I have Slackware 13.1 and due to some bugs on the current version of the MySQL it comes with, I have to upgrade it. Since Slackware does not have 5.5 and I am upgrading I have decided to go with ...
I am having a seriously weird issue. If I tar some random directory with many files or a single large file tar -pcvf files.tar /var/log, mysql gets completely locked up and all mysql connections get ...
In moodle the LMS you can export courses, as a tar.gz, some one said they were going to give me such a thing. I was suprised by the 6 gb size. I was even more suprised when I extracted it, and found ...
Usually after dumping a MySQL database with mysqldump command I immediately tar/gzip the resultant file. I'm looking for a way to do this in one command: So from this: mysqldump dbname -u root -p ...