Commands tagged database (4)

  • while dumping database if you see following error/warning than you have to repair broken tables/rows Show Sample Output


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    mysqlcheck --repair --all-databases -u root -p<PASSWORD>
    aysadk · 2020-10-30 11:52:20 18
  • say you want to reinitialize the slave database without resetting the master positions. You stop the slave, dump the master database with --master-data=2 then execute the command on the slave and wait for it to stop at the exact position of the dump. reinit the slave db and start the slave. enjoy.


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    slave start; SELECT MASTER_POS_WAIT('master.000088','8145654'); slave stop;
    slim · 2009-03-26 14:11:43 0
  • These re the best option combination that works fine for compressing my database dumps. It's possible that there are another option or value that might improve the compression ratio, by these are the ones that worked, the syntax for 7zr it's a little messy...


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    7zr a -mx=9 -ms=on -mhc=on -mtc=off db_backup.sql.7z db_dump.sql
    mandx · 2010-10-22 21:05:58 0
  • If the version already downloaded. it will not download again Show Sample Output


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    wget -N --content-disposition http://www.adminer.org/latest.php
    rickyok · 2014-09-12 07:52:45 0

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