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Automated MySQL backups

Posted 09-15-2009 at 12:50 PM by jkzfixme
Updated 09-15-2009 at 03:00 PM by jkzfixme

Lately I had two SQL servers crash and thankfully have implemented a pretty good backup solution using a script called AutoMySQLBackup, which uses mysqldump to create SQL dumps of your databases. Here is the play by play so you to can get back up and running with expedience. I am assuming the use of ubuntu in this tutorial as that is what I typically use, although the only real difference here is in the sudo command. If you are using a different distro just disregard any sudo's and login as root....
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Learning new things - Mysql, Apache, PHP

Posted 03-03-2009 at 06:26 PM by mwlaursen@aol.com
Tags apache, mysql, php

Bought a book on this subject matter. I have a server with Red Hat on it that I am loading up with mysql, apache and PHP.

The mysql was a trick of sorts. I had loaded and then load apache, that worked and then load php. PHP was missing the mysql.sock file, it was not happy on the ./configure. Today found out that msyql was not really running. I was able to remove the package and re install. Then found received another mysql.sock error. This one I found on the internet, and told me...
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