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Revision: 52701
at October 30, 2011 17:20 by nedf23

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mysqldump -h [host_ip] --port=[3306] --user=[username] --password=[password] --opt --routines [database_name] | mysql -u [username] -p[password] --port=[3306] [database_name]

Revision: 52700
at October 30, 2011 17:19 by nedf23

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mysqldump -h [host_ip] --port=[3306] --[user=username] --password=[password] --opt --routines [database_name] | mysql -u [username] -p[password] --port=[3306] [database_name]

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<h1>What it does</h1>
<p>This snippet is used to pull data from one server to another.  I primarily use it to get the latest data from our production to our development environments.  The first part of the command is where the data is pulling from and the part after the "|" is where it is going to.  In this case, it's localhost.</p>

<h1>How to use it</h1>
<p>Run from command prompt or terminal.  Replace brackets with values.</p>

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MySQL Data Pull to Localhost

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mysql, data

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