phpMyBackupPro – A Web Based MySQL Backup Tool for Linux

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5 Responses

  1. Philipp Holz says:

    I tested phpMyBackupPro on 2 sites. One was using Joomla and the other was running with WordPress. I had to move these sites and wanted to use the cron-job scheduled backups via the php script (just for testing purpose). Worked like charme. I would suggest this tool for everybody who runs a php based website and does not want to struggle after a data loss.

  2. Sathish says:

    I use SQLyog for this from ( http://www.webyog.com ). Its has powerful features. The free version is available here: https://code.google.com/p/sqlyog/downloads/list

  3. Jochen says:

    Thanks for the description!
    I still prefer phpMyBackuPro on my windows server.

  4. Nelson Mantch says:

    I don’t use Linux. For Windows the best tool is a MySQL Dump ( http://www.devart.com/dbforge/mysql/studio/mysql-backup.html ) tool in dbForge!

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