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Datebase software [message #168236] Mon, 11 March 2013 02:54
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Automatic Backup Scheduler for MySQL is an easy-to-use and professional database backup and recovery software works for MySQL. The software works on Windows, it can be used to automatically back up and restore your important data from the local and remote MySQL databases on Windows, Unix, Linux, Mac OS and all operating systems. It is designed for protecting your valuable databases by scheduling MySQL backup tasks automatically ( daily, weekly, monthly, etc. ). The utility can be used to back up MySQL database to the SQL files, the other server or database.

Automatic Backup Scheduler for MySQL can be used to make the Full Backup, Incremental Backup and Differential Backup. The incremental backup and differential backup function will reduce the disk usage and speed up the backing up if you have a large database with a lot of incremental records daily.

You can install a Windows Service of the software with the complete functions. With the Windows Service function, you do not need to log in Windows system for scheduling backing up.


Key Features
•User friendly GUI interface with professional task scheduler.
•Ability to create Full Backup, Incremental Backup and Differential Backup.
•Ability to install a Windows Service for scheduling backing up without any users logged in Windows.
•Ability to back up and restore all items of MySQL ( Tablespaces, Databases, Tables, Views, Triggers, Stored Procedures, Functions, Events, Indexes, Primary Keys, Foreign Keys, etc. ).
•Ability to back up and restore all character sets of MySQL ( Unicode, UTF8, etc. ).
•Ability to back up and restore all store engines of MySQL ( InnoDB, MyISAM, BDB, etc. ).
•Ability to back up and restore all field types of MySQL ( BLOB, TEXT, VARCHAR, DATE, DECIMAL, etc. ).
•Ability to back up the newly-created and updated items ( CREATE, DELETE, etc. ).
•Ability to back up and restore the huge databases ( larger than 100GB ).
•Ability to compress the backup files such as ZIP or GZIP to save storage space.
•Ability to automatically delete the expired backup files.
•Ability to select databases from the SQL files when recovery ( Reverse Parse ).
•Ability to back up and restore MySQL master and slave script.
•Records the backup files history for recovery.
•Ability to automatically upload the backup files to FTP or Email box.
•Send an email with the error report when an error occurs.
•Ability to connect MySQL server by TCP/IP, SSL, SSH, Compression, Shared-Memory, Named Pipe, Socket protocols.
Latest Version: 5.2

System Requirements
•Runs under Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows 2008 Server, Windows Vista, Windows 2003 Server, Windows XP, Windows 2000, both 32 bit and 64 bit Systems.
•Supports MySQL from 4.0 to the latest version ( MySQL 4.0, 4.1, 5.0, 5.1, 5.5, 5.6, 6.0, etc. ).
•Supports MySQL server run on all Operating Systems ( Linux, UNIX, Windows, Mac OS, etc. ).

You can create the following tasks:

•Back up MySQL databases to the SQL files
•Back up MySQL databases to the other server
•Back up a MySQL database to the other
•Restore MySQL databases from the backup files
•Restore MySQL databases from the other server
•Restore a MySQL database from the other database
•Execute SQL Script
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