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MySQL Savior

MySQL Savior is a bash script that, after simple configuration, will create local backups of your databases. If configured to do so it can also email your backups to a remote email address or scp them to a remote server. Or it can do all 3.

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  •  26 Jun 2008 21:01

    Release Notes: This release adds compression of the resulting backup file. It fixes two error messages only seen when run from the command line that were purely cosmetic. It adds a bit more documentation in the README.TXT file, specifically covering how to set up SSH keys for those who want/need/use that functionality.

    •  15 Apr 2008 07:39

      Release Notes: A bug where the script worked perfectly the first time but never ran again was fixed. An 'if' loop had its 'fi' on wrong line, so once the backups store existed, the zipdb function would not be called out. A typo in the comments that stated 'End of FTP Settings' instead of 'End of SCP Settings' was fixed.

      •  02 Apr 2008 12:12

        Release Notes: Code cleanup was done. Echo statements that were used to debug during initial code workup were removed.

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