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Tool to manage and automate Xtrabackup operations

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FenriSQL permits to automatically use commands from XtraBackup (www.percona.com). Using configuration files, you will be able to automatically make a full or incremental backup at a planned time every X week or every X day in a week. You will also be able to do a manual backup/restore.

The scripts are written in Perl and need Xtrabackup to be installed on the host that runs the daemon.

A PHP interface will be develop in the future to be able to use this with a graphical interface.

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Intended Audience

Advanced End Users, System Administrators, End Users/Desktop

User Interface

Non-interactive (Daemon), Console/Terminal, Command-line

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