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any application to Backup and restore except SSH ?
A hosting owner said me "SSH is bad an dangerous" ?
for examle my dB is 750MB i can not use phpmyadmin , bigdump or anu 3.party script
I cannot see why someone would tell you that ssh is bad or dangerous however it is not going to help you export and import your db.
Are you looking to save your db to a remote server?
If you just want to save it locally, why not just use the mysql tools provided. (ie: mysqldump, mysqlimport)
If you do want to store it in a remote location, first do a mysqldump and then scp it to the remote machine.
If you haven't Control Panel (that's able to backup) and if you can't use phpmyadmin,
you can use this tutorial:
a memeber from here said me SSH is dangerous and bad any way
Originally Posted by CaroTech04
for db backup/restore following application is used right ?
Hosting Management Script (cPanel / Plesk / vDeck or X)
3.Part script except above
But this type sicript gives error (like time out) while restoring (like phpmyadmin)
Originally Posted by NIX_Solutions
Last edited by zodehala; 12-19-2006 at 09:01 AM.
Doing the backup through the web will timeout due to the settings in your apache conf. This is why I suggested using the mysqlimport command from the command line. Here is the manual for this command:
After completing a mysqldump, you can then import that backup with the mysqlimport command. Here is the manual for the mysqldump command:
Another interesting command to look into would be: mysqlhotcopy