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MySQL Dumper

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Create MySQL dumps and upload to Dropbox, remote FTP server or Amazon S3.

Installation

Get the latest version of mysqldumper.phar. Use cURL to grab it directly on your server, or download the latest binary from Releases.

curl -OL https://github.com/JayBizzle/mysqldumper/releases/download/1.0.5/mysqldumper.phar

Then create a mysqldumper.json in the same directory as the phar and enter your own settings.

Options

  --dir=DIR                    The directory to output the mysql dumps [default: "archive"]
  --keep-local                 Keep local dumps when backup is complete
  --skip-remote                Skip uploading files to remote
  --ignore-table=IGNORE-TABLE  Skip tables during dump (multiple values allowed)
  --self-update                Check for, and update to latest version

Settings

Setting Description
mysqldump The full path to to mysqldump
db_host Database hostname
db_user Database username
db_pass Database password
keepfor How long to keep the remote backups (any string that can be parsed by strtotime can be used)
driver dropbox, ftp or s3

Dropbox specific settings

Setting Description
accesstoken Dropbox access token
appsecret Dropbox app secret

Visit https://www.dropbox.com/developers/apps and get your "App Secret" and "Access Token".

FTP specific settings

Setting Description
ftp_host FTP hostname
ftp_user FTP username
ftp_pass FTP password
ftp_port FTP Port (Optional. Default 21)
ftp_root FTP root path (Optional. Default ./)
ftp_passive Use passive mode (Optional. Default true)
ftp_ssl Use SSL (Optional. Default true)
ftp_timeout Connection timeout (Optional. Default 30)

Amazon S3 specific settings

Setting Description
s3_bucket Bucket name
s3_key Your key
s3_secret Your secret
s3_region S3 region

See here to find out how to obtain your S3 key and secret.

Usage

As an example, you could run mysqldumper every x hours using a cron job with a command like this:

/usr/local/bin/php mysqldumper.phar --ignore-table=my_first_table --ignore-table=my_second_table >/dev/null 2>&1

Dropbox

mysqldumper.json

{
  "mysqldump": "/path/to/mysqldump",
  "db_host": "HOSTNAME",
  "db_name": "DATABASE",
  "db_user": "USER",
  "db_pass": "PASSWORD",
  "keepfor": "7 days",
  "driver": "dropbox",
  "accesstoken": "ACCESSTOKEN",
  "appsecret": "APPSECRET"
}

Visit https://www.dropbox.com/developers/apps and get your "App Secret" and "Access Token".

FTP

mysqldumper.json

{
  "mysqldump": "/path/to/mysqldump",
  "db_host": "HOSTNAME",
  "db_name": "DATABASE",
  "db_user": "USER",
  "db_pass": "PASSWORD",
  "keepfor": "7 days",
  "driver": "ftp",
  "ftp_host": "ftp.domain.com",
  "ftp_user": "USERNAME",
  "ftp_pass": "PASSWORD"
}

Amazon S3

mysqldumper.json

{
  "mysqldump": "/path/to/mysqldump",
  "db_host": "HOSTNAME",
  "db_name": "DATABASE",
  "db_user": "USER",
  "db_pass": "PASSWORD",
  "keepfor": "7 days",
  "driver": "s3",
  "s3_bucket": "BUCKETNAME",
  "s3_key": "KEY",
  "s3_secret": "SECRET",
  "s3_region": "REGION"
}

See here to find out how to obtain your S3 key and secret.

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