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How to calculate difference in days between two dates in MySQL

Views: 2386  |   Comments: 7 | Posted by mandrei on 20 February 2008 in Databases / General Development
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MySQL table - change or rename MySql table name

Views: 641  |   Comments: 3 | Posted by mandrei on 16 February 2008 in Databases / General Development
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How to backup all mysql databases with one command

Views: 410  |   Comments: 1 | Posted by mandrei on 22 January 2008 in Databases / Security and Backup
backup mysql database with one command, mysqldump backup, database backup... Read More

Recover a lost MySQL root password

Views: 608  |   Comments: 0 | Posted by mandrei on 12 December 2007 in Databases / Security and Backup
Recovering a MySql root password is very easy, starting mysql server with--skip-grant-tables flag, skip mysql passwor checking... Read More

How to set up a password for root user in MySql

Views: 564  |   Comments: 0 | Posted by mandrei on 12 December 2007 in Databases / Security and Backup
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How to copy a mysql database using mysqldump

Views: 9647  |   Comments: 5 | Posted by mandrei on 06 November 2007 in Databases / Security and Backup
How to create a copy of a mysql database using mysqldump, create database and source commands and make your tests on that copy of your original(production)database (of course, in case you have one server to test it on)..... Read More

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