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Zmanda increment backup

Posted on 2014-04-09
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Hi Expert,

How to take mysql incremental backup in zmanda community edition.

I've configure mysql-crm.conf:
backup-level=1
backup-mode=logical
retention-policy=10D
compress=1
databases="MySql"
username="root"
password="**********"

Thanks & Regards,
Xerox
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You can refer below link for Zamanda Backup for SQL.

http://www.howtoforge.com/point_in_time_restoration_mysql_zrm

TY/SA
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Hi,
i've run this command manually
#mysql-zrm-scheduler --now --backup-set backup --backup-level 1

But i've got some error like:
src = /var/lib/mysql/log-bin.000001
k = /var/lib/mysql-zrm/backup/20140411100948/log-bin.000001
cp: cannot stat `/var/lib/mysql/log-bin.000001': No such file or directory
backup:backup:ERROR: Copy from /var/lib/mysql/log-bin.000001 to /var/lib/mysql-zrm/backup/20140411100948 failed
backup:backup:ERROR: Could not copy bin log file /var/lib/mysql-zrm/backup/20140411100948/log-bin.000001

backup-status=Backup done but with errors

what can i do in this situation.

Thanks & Regards,
xerox
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Change the src parameter as per your file location.

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i'm unable to understand..Can you please explain me briefly..
where i shall be change src parameters

thanks..
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src = /var/lib/mysql/log-bin.000001
k = /var/lib/mysql-zrm/backup/20140411100948/log-bin.000001
cp: cannot stat `/var/lib/mysql/log-bin.000001': No such file or directory
backup:backup:ERROR: Copy from /var/lib/mysql/log-bin.000001 to /var
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issue in sql log...i've change the path in my.cnf file in sql and issue resolved.
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