Preservation of data is an essential part of any business. Losing a database, such as a customer list, could effectively be the end of a company. The primary way to protect your data is to regularly back it up.
In this article, we will explain how to automate regular backups for MySQL on Windows. If you use Linux, check out this article: How to Automate MySQL Database Backups in Linux.
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It doesn’t matter if a company is large or small, almost every database administrator needs to maintain a copy of the production databases in a test environment for testing and development needs.
All you need to do for this is to copy the databases from the production server to a test server, and this can be done in different ways. Let’s take a look at them. Continue reading How to clone SQL SERVER database to a Test Environment
If you have been using SQLBackupAndFTP with the advanced options to schedule the automatic creation of your backups, there is a possibility that during the backup operation someone manually stops the process.
In the event that such a thing happens, there is a chance that trying to re-run the operation through a schedule you are going to encounter a problem with the schedule not being initiated.
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