MySQL access control and user management.

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MySQL access control and user management.

These tutorial will teach you the different techniques of how to backup your database from MySQL server.
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  • Category: MySQL/Backup & Recovery

  • Submitted on: 2008-04-24 02:58:48

  • Submitted By: Devesh Khanna

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Sometimes problems do occur for a variety of reasons, ranging from power outages to hardware failure to improper shutdown of the MySQL server. Events such as these, many of which are beyond your control, can result in damage to database tables, typically caused by incomplete writes in the middle of a change to a table. This category describes what you can do to minimize your risks and to be ready in case disaster strikes anyway.    More detail...

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