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From:Tim Johnson Date:April 5 2014 2:27am
Subject:Re: Excluding MySQL database tables from mysqldump
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* Tim Johnson <tim@stripped> [140404 17:46]:
> Currently I'm running mysql on a Mac OSX partition. 
> 
> I have installed an ubuntu dual-booted partition and put mysql on
> it. I have already set up a mysql user on the ubuntu OS. 
> 
> In the past I have used mysqldump with just the --all-databases
> option to transfer data across different linux partitions.
> 
> I'm wondering if I should explicitly exclude some of the tables from
> the mysql database. If so, which? perhaps mysql.user?
> 
> thoughts? Opinions?
> thanks
  I should add the following:

  1)the only user added to the new partition is the same as the
  primary non-root user on the Mac partition. Same credentials

  2)this is a workstation - it is closed to the outside world.

  FYI: ...
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