Dump a MySQL-Database to another Database

mysqldump --force -uUSER -pPASS PRODUCTION_DB | mysql -uUSER -pPASS COPY_DB
this command uses mysqldump to dump the production database and pipe it directly to the copy-database
Sample Output
no output.
use "--log-error=file" to get a error-log.

By: bones
2014-01-02 19:04:50

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