Hi guys, Need help on backing up mySQL database for a specified period of time.

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i've backup data in text file and it needs to be restore on previous database using vb, is it possible?

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I'm trying to restore previously backup text file into sql server on specified database. Could it be possible using VB.NET? if possible please help me..

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The other day I was writing a [URL="http://www.daniweb.com/reviews/review271593.html"]review of an online backup product[/URL], and I wrote about the advantages of backing up to the cloud. Even though I have two external backup drives, they are both tied to the same electrical system in my house as my computer. If the house were struck by lightning for instance, it could hose my computer and my backups in one complete and utter disaster. My sister's house was hit a few years ago and it turned her TV, VCR, DVD player and several other pieces of electronics to toast. This got me thinking …

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Hi everybody I have been developing windows client application in .net framework 3.5. The system is supposed to copy the remote mysqldb and restore my local mysqldb with all the schema and data withing remote schema to my local mysqldb with the same database name. Well i found a solution to this using a mysqldump command and executing it from .net by writing all the necessary command in a bat file and executing the bat file by invoking from .net. But i was looking for a better solution. The way we make a sqlserver db backup and restore usig SqlServer.Smo …

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Just wondering microsoft have a simple free product for making an image or cloning your hard drive. Something similar to ghost or clonezilla

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[B][COLOR="Red"]Important:[/COLOR] [COLOR="Green"]Please read the whole question before answering.[/COLOR][/B] I would appreciate it if someone can guide me to the new MS APIs necessary for modifying/controlling the Windows 7 Action Center. What I need to do is integrate the Backup notification messages in my application which is a backup application in the Action Center. In other words, I want Windows to show that the backup operation was successful after the third-party software completes its backup operation. To be even more specific.... is there a way to treat backup notifications the same way as the security notification/status messages... for example after installing …

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A new [URL="http://www.daniweb.com/blogs/entry4387.html"]Symantec[/URL] survey has discovered that people are more likely to check the oil in their car than they are to back up valuable data. When you consider that our computers are so much more than mere work machines, that they have become very much woven into the fabric of our lives as both 'life storage' facilities and some might even argue 'emotional hubs' that contain our digital souls, it is rather surprising that we are so lax about backing it all up. But, despite admitting to feelings of anger and upset when [URL="http://www.daniweb.com/blogs/entry4376.html"]data is lost[/URL], the survey participants …

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When it comes to enterprise computer technology, everything seems to be happening in the cloud these days. Offsite storage was one of the first iterations of cloud computing and is continuing to gain traction as a smart way for companies to safely retain data. You're probably familiar with the typical terminology surrounding online backup services, but if you pay by the byte, de-duplicating -- or de-duping, for short -- is a word you want to know. De-duplicating means removing redundant information from data before storage. In other words, if you're going to transfer your cumulative company data to offsite storage …

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Remember the [URL="http://abcnews.go.com/Business/story?id=3052158"]Great BlackBerry Email Debacle of 2007[/URL]? Yesterday's unexpected [URL="http://www.techcrunch.com/2008/08/11/systemwide-gmail-outage/"]Gmail outage[/URL] wasn't on quite the same scale, but if your business relies on Google's uptime to manage email, there were no doubt some tense moments around the water cooler. Was this a wake-up call for your company? Did it make you start thinking of Plan B, in the event your Gmail account ever goes around the bend and doesn't come back? Me too. Let's talk. According to the [URL="http://gmailblog.blogspot.com/2008/08/we-feel-your-pain-and-were-sorry.html"]official blog post[/URL], a temporary outage in Gmail's contact system prevented email from loading properly. Although the team already fixed the …

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Well, I just got myself through a major disaster. A couple of days ago, vBulletin, the forum system which powers the core of DaniWeb, released a shiny new version, vB 3.6. Every day since, they've been announcing new features - many of which look just awesome! This afternoon, they finally released public beta. My first instinct was to naturally wait until stable. However, when 7pm rolled around, my anxiousness got the better of me. I dutifully backed up the database and the filesystem, and away I went. Only to find that the upgrade wasn't trivial by any means, but rather …

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As of Sunday afternoon, Oct 30, 2005, DaniWeb has taken on a new look! I have been active with DaniWeb since early 2004, and we now have the 3rd revision to our community! I like the new changes, and I am sure that on behalf of the administration, others do too! Welcome Aboard! Designed to make navigation more easier for the user community, the webmasters installed a new look-and-feel to help users find the answers they are looking for, and also post questions in the proper locations. DaniWeb operates like a library, with different topics in different locations. One would …

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For the first time since the 2003 space shuttle Columbia disaster, which killed all astronauts on board after the shuttle disintegrated during re-entry over Texas, the United States has sent a manned space shuttle into space – but not without a hitch. Discovery’s launch, which was delayed nearly two weeks after a faulty fuel sensor gave incorrect readings to the crew, took place off this morning from Kennedy Space Center in Florida. During launch, several of [url=http://www.nasa.gov]NASA[/url]’s 107 cameras captured an unidentifiable piece of debris falling from one of the shuttle’s exterior tanks. NASA says it’s inevitable, and they’ll know …

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