I have a MySQL routine that accepts two parameters. I want to run it every 5 minutes. What's the easiest way to set this up?
Two things to be aware of
1. The two parameters are datetime type and values need to be retrieved from a query.
2. If the previous instance cannot be finished in 5 minutes, I want the next instance to be skipped.
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A lot of articles have been written on splitting mysqldump and grabbing the required tables.
A long while back, when Shlomi (http://code.openark.org/blog/mysql/on-restoring-a-single-table-from-mysqldump) had suggested a “sed” way, I actually shell …
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