On Tue, 1999-08-31 20:17:08 +0200, Davor Cengija wrote:
> Is it smart enough to perform mysqldump query to extract all
> the data, and then filter it (using grep?) to get all the
> INSERT lines with the current date entered (each table has
> date_entered field). Then, something like ssh remote.host -e
> mysql db < that.file ? (considering all the passwords etc).
I think, this should work fine in your setup, but I don't feel
competent to really answer this. But a short note:
mysqldump also has the option --where, so do even don't need to
grep the output, just put there the necessare where conditions.
Martin Ramsch <m.ramsch@stripped> <URL: http://home.pages.de/~ramsch/ >
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