> >Is there any scripts that people know of that can
> >called from cron that I can use to copy the latest
> >database to the latest version?
> If you have shell access, you can run mysqldump to
> write the DDL and
> data to a sql file. See the mysqldump manual page
> for its many options.
> AFAIK MySQL does not provide upgrade scripts to any
> version, so if there
> is a version difference between your internal and
> web hosts, you may
> have to make adjustments to the script which
> mysqldump generates.
Thankyou for the reply Peter.
What I am trying to do copy data from a local host to
my webhost server. I will make sure the local host is
always the same version, I didn't think of that :)
Here is what I have so far -
Dump the data
mysqldump -q -uusername -ppassword mydbname > dump.sql
Upload the data
mysql -uusername -ppassword -hWEBHOST mydbname <
It is the second part that is not working. I'm not
sure if I have read the manual correctly. I have
access to phpMyAdmin on this host but not shell.
I get this. I think they must not have access enabled.
ERROR 2003: Can't connect to MySQL server on
I have contacted the webhost but no response yet. Any
one have any ideas? Ang.
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