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    connect to server n done backup automatic..

    how can i using a machine (XP os) that connect to server (redhat) process a backup of mysql database??? the backup file must save to my machine..

    isnt possible to done it??? how can i dont it?

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    you would use mysqldump or mysqlhotcopy to do the dump on the server and have to ftp that file to your computer.

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    any other solution i can backup the database through my comp access to server(in automode)??

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    since the data isn't on your computer I don't think you can run something on your computer to back it up.

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    if the server allows remote mysql connections, you could run mysqldump on your machine, but it would be much, much slower than running it remotely and using ftp


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