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From:Davut Topcan Date:February 11 2004 8:26pm
Subject:Re: best-practices backups
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From: "David Brodbeck" <DavidB@stripped>
Sent: Wednesday, February 11, 2004 9:27 PM
> > > -----Original Message-----
> > > From: Michael Collins [mailto:mcollins@stripped]
>
> > > Is there any "best-practices" wisdom on what is the most preferable
> > > method of backing up moderately (~10-20,000 record) MySQL 4
> > > databases? A mysql dump to store records as text, the
> > format provided
> > > by the BACKUP sql command, or some other method?
>

-- If your operation system is Ms windows then, The Solution is using "batc
file" for this problem!
-- If your operation system is Linux then, The solution is using "shell
script",
but attention permissions for Linux..

Ok..
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Regards..
Jack Daniel from Turkey
my web : http://portled.nogate.org
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