Question - How do I backup a MySQL database to another server?

Answered by: Lori Rogers  |  Category: General  |  Last Updated: 27-06-2022  |  Views: 885  |  Total Questions: 13

To copy a MySQL database from a server to another, you use the following steps: Export the database on the source server to a SQL dump file. Copy the SQL dump file to the destination server. Import the SQL dump file to the destination server. How to Backup MySQL Database Open phpMyAdmin from your web hosting control panel like cPanel. Select the database from the sidebar navigation panel of phpMyAdmin. Click the Export link from the top navigation bar. Choose Custom option in the Export page. Select the tables that you want to backup. To backup multiple MySQL databases with one command you need to use the --database option followed by the list of databases you want to backup. Each database name must be separated by space. The command above will create a dump file containing both databases. Copy Database From One Server to Another Server in SQL Open the SQL Server Management Studio and connect to Server A. Right-click on the database and select Tasks and then Copy Database. Once you click on Copy Database then the following screen will appear. Click on "Next". All MySQL databases are stored in corresponding directories inside a MySQL DATADIR directory, which is specified in a configuration. E. g. myExampleDB's files would be stored inside '$DATADIR/myExampleDB' directory. And according to this result, database files would be stored inside /var/db/mysql/%DB_NAME% directory.

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How to Restore MySQL with mysqldump Step 1: Create New Database. On the system that hosts the database, use MySQL to create a new database. Step 2: Restore MySQL Dump. Step 1: Create a MySQL Database Backup. Step 2: Clear the Old Database Information. Step 3: Restore Your Backed up MySQL Database.

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Open the database for which you want to create a backup copy and do the following: Click File, and then click Save As. Under File Types, click Save Database As. Under Advanced, click Back Up Database, and then click Save As. In the Save As dialog box, in the File name box, review the name for your database backup.

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Open SQL Server Management Studio Express and connect to the SQL server. Expand Databases. Right-click on the database you want to back up, then select Tasks > Back up. On the Back Up Database window, make sure the Database field contains the name of the database you want to back up. Select the Backup Type.

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The mysqldump tool allows you to make a backup of one or more databases by generating a text file that contains SQL statements which can re-create the databases from scratch. The mysqldump tool is located in the root/bin directory of the MySQL installation directory.

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How to export MySQL database Log in to cPanel. In the DATABASES section of the cPanel home screen, click phpMyAdmin: In the left pane of the phpMyAdmin page, click the database that you want to export. Click the Export tab. Under Export method, confirm that Quick is selected. Under Format, confirm that SQL is selected.

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Backup your database Click Data Export under the Server tab. Choose where you would like to save your database backup. Click Start Export and enter the database password if prompted. Click Data Import under the Server tab. Click Start Import and enter the database password if prompted.

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Using Export/Import Wizard Launch SQL Server Management Studio. Select and right-click on the Source Database, go to Tasks > Export Data. Import/Export Wizard will be opened and click on Next to proceed. Enter the data source, server name and select the authentication method and the source database.

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Method 2 Open SQL Server Management Studio. Right-click on the database name, then select "Tasks" > "Export data" from the object explorer. The SQL Server Import/Export wizard opens; click on "Next". Provide authentication and select the source from which you want to copy the data; click "Next".

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows-server/storage/storage-migration-service/migrate-data

Step 0: Install Storage Migration Service and check firewall ports. Step 1: Create a job and inventory your servers to figure out what to migrate. Step 2: Transfer data from your old servers to the destination servers. Step 3: Cut over to the new servers.

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Cloning a SQL Database From the navigation pane, go to Protect > Databases > SQL Server. Click the Databases tab. Click the database that you want to clone. Determine the backup that you want to clone. Click Instant clone. From the Destination server list, select the SQL Server client where the software creates the clone.

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Database cloning is the process of creating a point-in-time copy of a production database or its backup set. During application development cycles for testing functionality that has to be implemented using the current database structure and content.

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MySQL Workbench allows you to make a backup of a single database table using the visual editor. To do this, go to the Server Administration, open the database and select the Data Dump. Click on your database and select a table from the list that you want to back up.

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Export a MySQL Databases to Dump File First start by login into your old server and stop the mysql/mariadb service using the systemctl command as shown. Then dump all your MySQL databases to a single file using the mysqldump command. Once the dump is completed, you are ready to transfer the databases.