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I think that I have found the solution. I have been running the ndb_restore via a script which I have been executing through a SSH connection as I do not currently have physical access to the servers. As such, when the SSH session dies, ndb_restore received a SIGHUP. I believe that this is what has been causing the process to stop without any notice or log ...


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Try this (from the mysql documentation): first create a config file for mysql and make sure that only your account has access to it: touch ~/.my.cnf chmod 600 ~/.my.cnf add the username password combinations in the config file: [mysqldump] user=databseuser12 password=otFRD?17*<8X0G You can then run the mysqldump command without a password: ...


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[edit] ok i used : mysqldump -u admin --password='password' database-name | gzip -7 > bak-sql.zip My assumption is correct as pointed out by @wurtel (linux associates the linux user with the MySQL user). I logged in to MySql with phpMyAdmin and the admin user has all privileges but is not associated to any database ! (plesk panel) so i have to use ...



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