How do I restore a dump file from mysqldump?
It should be as simple as running this:
-p < db_backup.dump
If the dump is of a single database you may have to add a line at the top of the file:
If it was a dump of many databases, the use statements are already in there.
To run these commands, open up a command prompt (in Windows) and
cd to the directory where the
mysql.exe executable is (you may have to look around a bit for it, it'll depend on how you installed mysql, i.e. standalone or as part of a package like WAMP). Once you're in that directory, you should be able to just type the command as I have it above.
How do I restore a dump file from mysqldump using kubernetes?
What I did was this:
- Create an NFS mount with two sub0drectories:
initd, I added several
,sqlfiles, including the dump.
/docker-entrypoint-initdb.din the deployment.This causes all the files to be read at initialisation time provided that it is the first time we run.
mysqldirectory is mounted as
/var/lib/mysqland contains all the mariaDB files.
If I need to revert, I trash all the contents of the
mysql directory and re-create the deployment.
MySQL : Restore dump file
Conducted a backup of the following.
mysqldump -u xxx -p --all-database > c:\data.sql
Or, in the database unit
mysqldump -u xxx -p --databases db_name > c:\data.sql
Recovery in the following code.
mysql -u root -p < c:\data.sql
Restore MYSQL Dump File with Command Line
When I execute the answers of this thread, it returns
'mysql' is not recognized as an internal or external command, operable program or batch file..
Turned out that I have to execute mysql.exe first in xampp/mysql/bin folder, and the dump file path is relative to this bin folder. I put mine in there, and it worked.
How to restore Mysql Backup from dump file?
If it's a dump file that you created using
mysqldump, then you can build a new database from the dump file using the
source command. Just login to MySQL using
mysql -p, enter the root mysql password, then type:
Mysqldump - How to restore a single table from this file?
u can try it
mysql -u root -p databasename -h localhost < copyPasteFile.sql