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  • Love this free backup option and it works very well. Been using it for about 8 years without any issues. Don't use or even checkout this paid option listed below backupbird.com. Its not free and we Linux folks love free!! Its more like a spam review!

  • Great tool. But when you have multiple servers in different locations and also would like to backup your files, i prefer www.backupbird.com

    1 user found this review helpful.
  • just works

  • How to take incremental backup through AutoMySQLBackup.

  • This made my life SOOOOOOO much easier.

  • Verz simple to set up, and working excelent. Thank you a lot, guys :)

  • perfect.

  • Easiest way to backup mysql under Debian ;^)

  • Very good enough for small db with a few hundred MB. Simple, fast and reliable.

  • If you are using automysqlbackup as your backup solution, you can benefit it by installing "mysqlincrementalbackup" that will provide incremental feature to this great tools.

  • I am new to this field and i need to do automate the database back through restore..pls help me out step by step.

  • It's simple to use, effective and has saved my data from multiple accidents.

  • Easy to use on Ubuntu 14.04.

  • The last version is very usefull. It would be nice to have a script for cron.daily, so I did it!. Save the following as 'runautomysqlbackup.sh' and follow the instructions! #!/bin/sh ######################### # # # AutoMySQLBackup # # # ######################### # #version=3.0_rc2 # # This file runs the automatic MySQL backup from CRON # # USAGE: # # - Copy this file to /usr/local/bin # - Make the file executable by root # - Link it to cron.daily # # Commands to do it: # # sudo cp runautomysqlbackup.sh /usr/local/bin/ # sudo chown root:root /usr/local/bin/runautomysqlbackup.sh # sudo chmod 755 /usr/local/bin/runautomysqlbackup.sh # sudo ln -s /usr/local/bin/runautomysqlbackup.sh /etc/cron.daily/runautomysqlbackup # /usr/local/bin/automysqlbackup /etc/automysqlbackup/myserver.conf

  • Thank you for this simple (for the operator, that is) solution to a common need!

  • Thanks for this script. It was up and running in no time. I did run into an issue reported elsewhere, where diff would run out of memory. By installing patch 27 the issue was solved

  • Very nice script

  • Nice. Thanks !

  • Awesome! How can I make this work on Windows environments as well?

  • Easy, stable usefull, quick! Great job!

  • Thanks

  • Don`t know about this, I usually use HandyBackup.net for MySQL backup. .

  • +1 thanks!

  • Automysqlbackup is perfect! Thanks.

    1 user found this review helpful.
  • Good and useful software

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