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How to evaluate if MySQL table can be recovered

What are odds MySQL table can be recovered? This is the most asked question. Every single customer asks if their MySQL table can be recovered. Although it’s not possible to answer that with 100% confidence there are ways to estimate recovery chances. I will describe few tricks. Generally speaking, if data is on media there […]

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Encrypting MySQL Backups

Encryption is important component of secure environments. While being intangible property security doesn’t get enough attention when it comes to describing various systems. “Encryption support” is often the most of details what you can get asking how secure the system is. Other important details are often omitted, but the devil in details as we know. […]

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How to setup MySQL incremental backup

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Incremental backups in MySQL were always a tricky exercise. Logical backup tools like mysqldump or mydumper don’t support incremental backups, although it’s possible to emulate them with binary logs. And with snapshot-based backup tools it’s close to impossible to take incremental copies. Percona’s XtraBackup does support incremental backups, but you have to understand well how […]

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