Posts Tagged ‘mysqldump’

Recover a single table from a mysqldump

I needed to recover the data, from a single table, from a mysqldump containing all the databases from an entire instance. A quick google yielded this result. This produced a nifty little sed one-liner… ?View Code BASHsed -n -e ‘/CREATE TABLE.*your_table_name/,/CREATE TABLE/p’ mysqldump_file.sql > your_table_name.sql I also wanted to import the data into a different […]

mysqldump: backing up specific tables

Here’s a quick example of how to backup specific MySQL / MariaDB tables and piping to xz to compress… ?View Code BASHmysqldump -h -P3306 mysql user tables_priv | xz –compress -9 > /db_dumps/3104/mysqldump_tables_example.sql.xz Here’s how to decompress the resulting file. Note xz will delete the input file unless you specifiy –keep on the command […]

Backing up the structure of MySQL databases

Today I wanted a quick and easy way to generate a backup of the structure of all MySQL databases in one easy hit. Here’s a couple of ways you can do this with the tools you’re likely to find everywhere. Firstly, we can use the following query to generate a list of mysqldump commands. The […]