Unable to backup my MySQL database

By | December 4, 2013

imagesMySQL is a widely used “Relational Database Management System” RDBMS which permits multiple user multi users to access different databases. It works on different operating system platforms including Linux and Windows and it well known for its low cost and features. It uses two storage engines MyISAM and InnoDB. It used in all popular websites such as Yahoo, Wikipedia, YouTube, Google, Booking.com and Nokia. It is a part of a fast growing software (Linux, MySQL, and Apache) LAMP. We use MySQL database to store our important data. Due to its extensive use it sometimes gets corrupted which is a serious problem for its regular users.

Corruption is one of the annoying situations. When you find that your MySQL database is corrupted we try to find out the reason behind its corruption. The reasons behind database corruption are many such as improper system shut down, damaged structure of MySQL structure, corrupted ibdata file, due to connectivity problem, damaged .myi, .frm, .myd files etc. In order to get out of this problem we create a backup file to get the corrupted data. But, what if you find that you are unable to backup the database? Data corruption is very easy to recognize but harder to bear. When data is corrupted you receive an error notification like table locked, incorrect key, file crashed, unexpected end of file, unspecified file and many more. If you are storing some important files in your database which you don’t want to lose then it is every important to create a regular backup to protect it from loss.

Imagine a scenario while working on MySQL database you find that you are unable to backup a file or export that data to another database by using the Backups feature. The database size is around 40 GB. Before that everything was fine. But when you try to export any file to other database you find that it is unable to complete the task. You tried to backup the database again to redo the migration process but again you find that you are unable to backup the database. And, you do not want to export the data without a backup of the database. Now, what you will do in order to get back the corrupted data. The most vital and easy solution to get back the data fails. We create backup file so that we can easily recover the corrupted or inaccessible data from there. Do you have any idea to get out of this problem? The most important thing is that you can’t afford to lose your important stuffs. The corruption of database is very painful. Then how you will backup your database?

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In this case you need help of a third party software. And, now you need not worry you have an amazing repair tool that can easily resolve any issues with your database. MySQL Repair Tool is a powerful recovery tool that will help you to recover the corrupted, damaged or inaccessible data. This amazing recovery tool recovers and restores data and tables structure in a healthy form. So with the support of this software there is no chance of losing your important data after corruption. It supports almost every version of MySQL such as 2.x, 1.x, 4.x, 3.x or 4.x that can be easily accessible on all the present platforms that includes Windows 95/ 98/XP/2003/2000 servers. With its user friendly interface you can easily use this software because it doesn’t require technical knowledge so non-technical user can also operate it. It has an amazing quality of repairing the corrupted data. It also offers a batch conversion option that means you can easily repair more than one table or any files at the same time. So without any delay download this powerful software and experience its amazing features.

Steps to backup MySQL database

Step 1: Download, install and launch the MySQl Database repair tool.
Step 2: Click ‘Select’ button to find and add corrupt MySQL database to the application and then select OK. Here you have the option of ‘Repair corrupt database which is stored at default location of MySQL’ and ‘Manual option to selct your database from default location’.
Step 3: After the scanning process you can now see the preview of the file in the left panel of the software.
Step 4: Now you can start the reairing process, just click on Repair button. A dialoguie box will appear. Click Yes.
Step 5: After successful completion of the process, a message box is displayed as ‘repair process finished successfully’. Click ‘OK’ to close the message box.