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mydumper RPM now available for CentOS/RHEL 6 and 7

mydumper is a a tool for fast reliable logical backups. It is an alternative to mysqldump and has many advantages over mysqldump some of which are listed below:

  • Multi-threaded backup tool which makes it a lot faster then mysqldump, as mysqldump is single threaded. This is especially helpful if you have very fast storage such as SSDs which can be much better utilized with multiple threads.
  • The tool produces separate files for separate tables instead of one big monolithic file, making it easy to restore single tables. You can even chunk the table into multiple files which is super useful for cases where you have very large tables.
  • The tool allows for multi-threaded restores, making restores an order of magnitude faster in comparison to restoring from mysqldump produced backups. This is especially true for large datasets.
  • The tool provides in-built compression, so that the backup files are written in …
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DBJ – MySQL Hotbackups with Xtrabackup

The open-source xtrabackup tool from Percona brings much needed hot backup functionality to MySQL deployments.  In this database journal article we discuss logical, cold, and hot backups, then explain how to use xtrabackup on your MyISAM, InnoDB, and XtraDB tables to create at-the-ready backups.  We then take you through the step-by-step process to restore them, and even the process of point-in-time recovery too.

Database Journal – Hotbackups with Percona’s Xtrabackup

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