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MySQL Backup Database: How to Backup MySQL Database in Linux and Windows

People running around, someone screaming in disbelief, people gathering at one computer… if you see these scenes inside a company’s IT department, then you’re likely witnessing the reaction to an unexpected data loss from the server. As any website administrator will say “you don’t want to be a part of that!” That’s why taking regular MySQL backups is the simplest, yet the most effective way you can save yourself from being part of a similar scene of chaos. This article will guide you on how to take backups in Linux as well as in Windows aka the MySQL backup database process. Let’s get going!


How to Implement a MySQL Backup Restore in a Few Clicks

If you witness scenes like this in your IT department, then two scenarios are highly likely: either there’s a security breach or data has vanished from the web server. Almost every website administrator has experienced both situations. The latter is sometimes more painful because the website admin could have most likely done something about it. But they didn’t, and that results in painful regret. You never want to be in that position, do you? Of course not, and that's why you're here.


PhpMyAdmin Backup Database: How to Backup & Restore It in a Few Simple Steps

Ask any website administrator about their worst nightmare (as far as work is concerned), and all of them would say that it’s losing their whole database. And the irony is that every website admin has experienced it at least once in their professional life. This could’ve happened due to a cyber-attack, while doing local development or while migrating hosts. Whichever way it happened, the thought of it is terrifying to say the least. And that’s why automatic backup has become a regular practice in many organizations. In this post, we’re going to outline the simple steps to backup and/or restore your MySQL Database using phpMyAdmin.


How to Create a MySQL Auto Backup on Your Windows Server

Losing all your data is the biggest nightmare any website administrator can face, even more so than facing a cyber-attack! It is not only a disaster from the security point of view, but it could ruin the very foundation of a business. That’s why, taking regular backups is one of the most important tasks on an administrator’s job task list. Many DBMSs (database management systems) offer easy tools that help admins take backups quite easily. However, some DBMSs, such as MySQL, don’t offer that convenience and that’s why you have to set up MySQL auto backups or MySQL scheduled backups.


MySQL Backup Script for Quick MySQL Backup in Linux/Windows

With weird clothes and geeky spectacles, website administrators look like different animals compared to us. And in many ways, they are. But there’s one thing in common between us and them, and that’s the constant fear of losing all your data and information. Just like we’re afraid of losing all our data from our devices, website administrators are afraid of losing all the data from their web servers. This fear rises with each upload and change made to the data structure. That’s why, backing up data regularly has become a routine for many. If you’re a website administrator, this article will give you MySQL backup script for quick MySQL backup in Linux as well as in Windows. With this script, you won’t need to download any MySQL backup tool.