Well, I gave it a shot, but for some reason, the dump caused my command window to die,
The database is owned by a user with a password, so I typed the following:
mysqldump databasename --user=xxxxxx --password=xxxxxxxx
It started doing something, but like I mentioned, the system begain complaining. I am
looking at the mysql --help, but I do not see anything about a password, or about where
to put the files.
From: colbey@stripped [mailto:colbey@stripped]
Sent: Tuesday, February 10, 2004 8:24 AM
To: Scott Purcell
Subject: Re: copying blob data to remote box
Are you just copying the files? I'd suggest using mysqldump if you are
On Tue, 10 Feb 2004, Scott Purcell wrote:
> I am running a DB on a machine in which I am developing on. Then I have been copying
> the contents of ~mysql/data/databasename to another box where I am running my code. All
> the data I modify copies well, and I can run on my production box with no problems. Except
> for binary blob data. When I go to my production box, the blob data does not seem to work
> properly. Are there other files, directories that I need to copy over in order to get this
> to work?
> The machines are not networked together, I have to move files via CD.
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