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Backup Manager for MySQL, MariaDB and Percona Server (mysql_bman)

About

The MySQL Backup Manager (mysql_bman) is a wrapper script for standard MySQL backup tools. The Problem with MySQL backup tools is, that they have many options and thus are overcomplicated and errors are easy made.

mysql_bman has the intention to make backups for MySQL easier and technically correct. This means it should per default not allow non-consistent backups or complain if some functions or parameters are used in the wrong way to guarantee proper backups.

MySQL Restore and Recovery methods

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Backup is for sissies! Let's have a look what we can do when we are not a sissy...

First of all: Your life is much easier when you have a proper backup process implemented and verified the restore procedure of your MySQL database.

But what if you have no backup in place and did a DROP TABLE. What shall we do?

We assume our data we just dropped are located on the following device:

MySQL Cluster restore

Recently the question came up if it is faster to restore a MySQL cluster when all nodes are up or only ONE node from each node group during restore.

The answer from our gurus was: All nodes up during restore! I wanted to find out why. So I set up the following cluster and started to measure:

MySQL Cluster set up

Cluster set-up

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