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From:Mitchell Maltenfort Date:April 19 2010 7:15pm
Subject:better way to backup 50 Gig db?
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I'm using MySQL to manage data on my computer .

The total data is 50 Gig in MyISAM folders.

As I type, I already have the folder with the myd, frm, etc being
copied offsite.  As I understand it, if this computer dies tomorrow, I
can reinstall MySQL on a new computer, drag over the archive, stick
the folder under "data" and I'm back in business.

Or am I dreaming?

I'd rather be corrected now than find out the hard way.

Any advice?+
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better way to backup 50 Gig db?Mitchell Maltenfort19 Apr
  • Re: better way to backup 50 Gig db?Shawn Green20 Apr
    • RE: better way to backup 50 Gig db?Gavin Towey20 Apr
      • Re: better way to backup 50 Gig db?Jay Ess20 Apr
        • RE: better way to backup 50 Gig db?andrew.2.moore20 Apr
          • RE: better way to backup 50 Gig db?Gavin Towey20 Apr
            • Re: better way to backup 50 Gig db?Rob Wultsch20 Apr
            • Re: better way to backup 50 Gig db?Claudio Nanni20 Apr
              • RE: better way to backup 50 Gig db?Gavin Towey21 Apr
Re: better way to backup 50 Gig db?Claudio Nanni21 Apr
  • Re: better way to backup 50 Gig db?Johan De Meersman21 Apr
    • Re: better way to backup 50 Gig db?Claudio Nanni21 Apr
      • Re: better way to backup 50 Gig db?Johan De Meersman21 Apr
        • Re: better way to backup 50 Gig db?Claudio Nanni21 Apr
      • RE: better way to backup 50 Gig db?Gavin Towey21 Apr
  • RE: better way to backup 50 Gig db?Jerry Schwartz21 Apr
Re: better way to backup 50 Gig db?Claudio Nanni21 Apr