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MySQL Database Backup/Restore Hack Ver. 1.0
by Birdie501
20 Apr 2002 15:16

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MySQL Database Backup/Restore Hack Ver. 1.0
for all versions! tested with vb 2.2.5
Release Date: 20.04.2002
by Birdie501
Credits to: Jens Dutzi
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What this hack does:

You can backup and restore your mysql database via Admin CP!
Lot of people have problems to restore their database du to server timeouts!
With this hack you will never have any problems!
But anyhow you will use this hack with your own risk!

Requirements: Unix, GZIP, MySQL, MySQLDump

I am not a programmer! I just tried to implement this feature into my vbulletin and it works!
Maybe some of you, have the possibility to improve this hack! You are welcome!

Enjoy guys=))

Birdie501 :cool:

just updated the instructions for the root path!
zip file updated!

Birdie501 20 Apr 2002 15:17

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This is how it looks like!

Birdie501 20 Apr 2002 15:17

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Screen 2:

Birdie501 20 Apr 2002 15:21

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Screen 3

Birdie501 20 Apr 2002 15:22

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and screen 4

EchoHype.com 20 Apr 2002 16:42

Thanks man!

I needed something like this, and now I have it =)

Austin Dea 20 Apr 2002 18:29

Wow, what an awesome idea :D.

Austin Dea 20 Apr 2002 18:59

Quote:

$download_url="http://"; // http://... with / at the end
what url do we put there?

Question:Why are the edits in template.php? Shouldn't they be in backup.php or something o_O?

Birdie501 20 Apr 2002 19:50

Quote:

Originally posted by Austin Dea


what url do we put there?

Question:Why are the edits in template.php? Shouldn't they be in backup.php or something o_O?

Hi Austin Dea,

you should put the url where your backup folder is!

example: http://www.test.de/forums/admin/backup/


Well you are right, first i had an backp.php, but i think it is better in template.php because it is easier to install and the design fits better to the admin cp!

But the most important thing is: It works :classic: :D

Austin Dea 20 Apr 2002 19:57

I get a 404 File not found when i click download file:'(...

Birdie501 20 Apr 2002 20:04

when you put the mouse over the link, what url do you see?

Austin Dea 20 Apr 2002 20:05

http://www.razael-central.com/forums...9329010.sql.gz

Birdie501 20 Apr 2002 20:10

in variable declaration , did you forget to put a / at the end in download url?

Birdie501 20 Apr 2002 20:15

If you have a look to you forum via ftp, where is the sql.gz file saved to?

in admin folder?

Austin Dea 20 Apr 2002 20:16

It's not saved anywhere I don't think...

Yeah I don't see it anywhere...like it's not even saving..


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