When backing up MySQL database, you are required to enter database password. That can be a bit cumbersome… Here is how you would create a one-liner to backup any database:
mysqldump --opt -Q -u USER -pYOURPASSWORD DATABASE > /location/db.sql
NOTE: If you database basswood contains special characters, you might want to wrap it in single quotes like this:
Yesterday Tapbots released a Tweetbot for Mac (alpha) and it is great despite their warning:
Bugs! Lots of them.
Don’t say we didn’t warn you. Sending us bug and crash reports will help us out a lot. You can do so by hitting “Send Feedback” from the Help menu in Tweetbot for Mac.
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Website backups can be painful (especially if you have to backup large databases). Everyone knows this. Because of that, a lot of companies make money offering this same service for a price. Fortunately there is a way to make backup process simple and fun.
Please be warned: This tutorial assumes you know what SSH is and that you are somewhat familiar with unix commands. If you are not, don’t attempt anything because the chances of accidentally deleting your website are high. Also, please read the whole tutorial. There is a catch at the end.
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