* Tim Johnson <tim@stripped> [121030 10:40]:
> OP :
> * Tim Johnson <tim@stripped> [121029 16:28]:
> > I want to back up the mysql data for drupal.
> > However, I can't locate those databases and tables using MySQL
> > server or PHPMyAdmin, even if I start mysql on port 3307.
> Then I'm going to look at a drupal-specic (modular) way of doing
> database management before anything else. I'm an "under the hood"
> kind of guy, but "when in drupal do as drupal does" (perhaps).
<sigh> I wanted to do this in a CLI mode and that's 'cuz I'm a CLI
type of fellow. But as they say : "when in Rome (drupal) do as the
Romans (drupals) do."
So, I installed the backup_migrate module and it created a backup
file of .mysql extension without any effort....
tim at tee jay forty nine dot com or akwebsoft dot com