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mySQL backup all databases in own dump

Hy everybody

We use a mySQL Server on a Windows Server 2008 with 1 application DB and the normal system DBs. Now I want to run a script every night, which dump every single DB in a separate File.sql

I designed a script. But my Know How about scripting is not so advanced. And the script fails.

First I write all DB information in a separate file:

mysqlshow -u root -p "password" > c:\temp\test1.txt
PAUSE

The information in the new file are something like that:

+--------------------+
|     Databases  |
+--------------------+
| information_schema |
| cdcol              |
| app_db               |
| mysql              |
| performance_schema |
| phpmyadmin         |
| test               |
| webauth            |
+--------------------+

now I want to use a script which ignores the characters "+|-" maybe like that?
{
for %singleDB% IN c:\temp\test1.txt do
  if NOT %singleDB%:~0,1% ==  "|" && NOT %singleDB%:~0,1% == "+" && NOT %singleDB% == "Databases" then
                mysqldump -u root -p "password" %singleDB% > c:\TEMP\%singleDB%.txt
}

Thank you for your help

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axega
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Pieter JordaanSenior Systems Administrator - Web hosting and Network Security.Commented:
Hi

Running MySQL on Windows is a bad idea.

Yes, it works, but Windows will never have the scripting and automation features of UNIX.
Even if they get to the point where it can work like UNIX, you will still struggle with viruses and patches, and reboot constantly.

It will take a lot of patching up to get it to almost work like it does on UNIX.

Save yourself the trouble, and install it on nix.

Ubuntu server is easy enough to configure.
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axegaAuthor Commented:
Hi Bitfreeze

I know there are a few drawbacks to run a mySQL solution on a Microsoft OS. Butt in this environment, there are no possibilities to use it on a UNIX platform.
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AStaCommented:
-- Backup.bat ----
mysqldump -u root -p "password" <db_name> > c:\%Backup_path%\<db_name>_<yyyy_mm_dd>.sql
zip ... <db_name>_<yyyy_mm_dd>.sql
------

Add line to backup.bat when create new db.
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axegaAuthor Commented:
Hy A Sta

Thanks for your script, but it don't works in my environment. When I starting the first part of the Script:
mysqldump -u root -p "password" <db_name> > c:\%Backup_path%\<db_name>_<yyyy_mm_dd>.sql

the following warning occurs:  
> was unexpected at this time.

Thanks for any help.
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AStaCommented:
try without redirection: mysqldump -u root -pYOUPASS you_database_name


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axegaAuthor Commented:
A Sta sorry, this is not what i want to do...

"I need a Script which dump every single DB in a separate File.sql"
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AStaCommented:
SHOW DATABASES +above > .bat-file ? ;)
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axegaAuthor Commented:
Any other solution statement?

Thanks very much for any help!
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AStaCommented:
New other solution: "mysqldump --help" and read about key  "--all-databases" :)

May be command like "mysqldump.exe --user=root --password=<You_pass> --all-databases >dmp.txt" help you?

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axegaAuthor Commented:
sorry I wasn't able to close this earlier since I was away... but really appreciated the help!
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AStaCommented:
All good. I hope you find something helpful and solve problem. :)
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