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I did this on an install of MySQL 5 Community Server running on Windows 2008 Server Web Edition- From the command line- backup:
mysqldump -u [username] -p[password] [database name] > FILE.sql
mysql -u [username] -p[password] [database name] < FILE.sql
Remember; if you have restored your core mysql database, which contains all the info on users and privileges, you will need to do a
before you will be able to login using those user accounts!
Just a quick note to say everything is back up and running after the past 24 hours worth of downtime. I’ve rebuilt the server here with a fresh install of windows server 2008 and the latest releases of php for IIS and MySQL5, as well as a whole new backup plan.
I shall post again once it’s been accepted (hopefully!)
just found this ; http://www.cocos2d-iphone.org/wiki/doku.php/prog_guide:actions_ease?s=ease after ages of searching! shows you how to do smooth scrolling movements which ease out.
We have a SQL Server 2005 box, on which we have a database which has a full text index. The database gets a massive refresh of its data each night, meaning the full text index needs rebuilding. I added a schedule to my full text index (Databases > [DBName] > Storage > Full Text Catalogs > Right click your index – click properties > Population Schedule) and this created me a new job (SQL Server Agent > Jobs) but when i opened it up and went to steps, nothing was there! If i tried running the job it would fail because there are no steps!
I found this as a documented bug in the initial release candidate of sql 2005 (since fixed in the service packs) on the microsoft connect site, and added a workaround – basically just add your own job, using the following sql (which i found on msdn) to rebuild your index;
ALTER FULLTEXT CATALOG [catalogue_name] REBUILD;
Of course, this is only a workaround until we can get the latest service pack installed.