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How to exclude a database from your dump with ZRM (MySQL Community help needed)
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Last month, Ronald Bradford, Giuseppe Maxia and Mark Leith spoke about how to simulate a mysqldump –ignore-database.
This mysqldump option doesn’t exist and these three guys have given us various helpful solutions.

But for those of us who use ZRM community to …


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My slides of MySQL Meetup Viadeo / LeMUG Paris
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I was glad to present how to schedule and monitor mysqldump with ZRM community last week in Paris as part of the MySQL Meetup Viadeo / LeMUG

You can find my slides below, enjoy ! :

MYSQLDUMP & ZRM COMMUNITY (EN) View more presentations from Cédric PEINTRE Thanks to Olivier and all the viadeo team in Paris for …

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Simple Backup Server
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I have not written an article in a while, I partially blame it on the World Cup and my day job. The time has come to share some of my recent experiences with a neat project to provide several teams internally with current MySQL backups.

When faced with these types of challenges is my first step is to look into OSS packages and how can they be combined into an actual solution. It helps me understand the underlying technologies and challenges.

ZRM BackupI have reviewed Zmanda's Recovery Manager for MySQL Community Edition in the Fall 2008 issue of …



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ZRM for MySQL Issues
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I really like ZRM for MySQL Community Edition for backups. I find
it very simple to install and configure and it gets the job done. It's default settings suits most installations. The challenges arise once you need to adapt it to more complex organizations. Please note that all the issues described on this article refer to Linux installations.
What If DBAs Have No sudo?This was the 1st challenge that I ever faced. ZRM requires full root access at least during installation and in some cases, it requires some sudo permissions to be able to manage its files as well. Some organizations …

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