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From:Gerald Clark Date:September 20 2002 1:04pm
Subject:Re: back up automation...
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Put a .my.cnf file in root's home directory.
Make it owned by root and  mode 400.
Put root's mysql password here, and cron can
run the backup, but nobody except root can read
the .cnf.

antispam@stripped wrote:

>i have mysql in redhat and i would liket o automate the backup process..
>
>i would like to use mysqldump without password.. any idea how to do this..
>
>thanks for the help..
>
>-Antz....
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back up automation...antispam20 Sep
  • Re: back up automation...Gerald Clark20 Sep