narada-mysqldump - dump project database
This document describes narada-mysqldump version v2.2.3 =head1 USAGE
Should be executed in project deploy directory (or Narada 1.x project root directory).
Backup your Narada project's MySQL database.
If "config/mysql/db" absent or empty do nothing.
Dump database as quickly as possible to files "var/mysql/*.sql":
To force full dump (including incremental and unchanged tables) run "rm var/mysql/*.sql" before "narada-mysqldump".
Will set exclusive lock on this project while doing database analyse and dumping database scheme and non-incremental tables. Incremental tables will be dumped after releasing lock.
Will set dump file's mtime to Update_time of related database table, and use mtime on next dump to detect table change.
All incremental tables MUST have first column's type "INT AUTO_INCREMENT PRIMARY KEY" (can also use "MEDIUMINT", etc.).
After ALTER incremental table or doing TRUNCATE existing files with incremental dumps will be automatically removed and replaced by new ones.
Tables listed in "config/mysql/dump/empty" and "config/mysql/dump/incremental" must exists; listed in "config/mysql/dump/ignore" may not exists.
config/mysql/db config/mysql/login config/mysql/pass config/mysql/host config/mysql/port config/mysql/dump/incremental config/mysql/dump/empty config/mysql/dump/ignore var/mysql/db.scheme.sql var/mysql/*.sql
Narada 1.x project use
config/db/ instead of
var/sql/ instead of
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