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How to take MySql database backup and compress in single command

Last updated on February 21st, 2022 at 06:54 pm

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MySql database backup compress in single command.

This is a simple and quick tutorial on how to take mysql database backup and compress the backup sql file in a single command.

This is how it looks

mysqldump -u <user_name> -p<password> <database_name>|gzip > "<directory_to_copy_the_compressed_file>/<file_name>"

For example let us say USER_NAME=root, PASSWORD=root, DATABASE_NAME=mydata, DIRECTORY_TO_COPY_THE_COMPRESSED_FILE=/tmp/databasebackup & FILE_NAME=mydata.sql.gz

Then the command will look like this

mysqldump -u root -proot > mydata|gzip > "/tmp/databasebackup/mydata.sql.gz"

Hope this helps you to take mysql backups at least once every month .

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