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I have a client that backed up his data with MEB 4.0.0, so now I need to extract the contents of the image, but because I’m using mysql Enterprise Backup 8.0 I can’t since it’s not compatible.
Is there a way to remove/change the
USE databasename from the
.sql file generated with
I have a mysqldump backup of my mysql database consisting of all of our tables which is about 440 megs. I want to restore the contents of just one of the tables from the mysqldump. Is this possible? Theoretically, I could just cut out the section that rebuilds the table I want but I don’t even know how to effectively edit a text document that size.
Is it possible to restore a MySQL database from the physical database files. I have a directory that has the following file types:
mysqldump takes the backup of an entire database. I need to backup a single table in MySQL. Is it possible? How do I restore it?
I’d like to avoid mysqldump since that outputs in a form that is only convenient for mysql to read. CSV seems more universal (one file per table is fine). But if there are advantages to mysqldump, I’m all ears. Also, I’d like something I can run from the command line (linux). If that’s a mysql script, pointers to how to make such a thing would be helpful.
If you’ve been wishing for multi-threaded mysqldump, wish no more. This tool dumps MySQL tables in parallel. It is a much smarter mysqldump that can either act as a wrapper for mysqldump (with sensible default behavior) or as a wrapper around SELECT INTO OUTFILE. It is designed for high-performance applications on very large data sizes, where speed matters a lot. It takes advantage of multiple CPUs and disks to dump your data much faster.
The title is self explanatory. Is there a way of directly doing such kind of importing?
We are using MySQL version 5.0 and most of the tables are InnoDB. We run replication to a slave server. We are thinking of backing up the MySQL log files on a daily basis.