Copy sql server table to remote mysql

Hello,

Please, I need to copy Sql server table ( around 50,000 record) to a remote mysql table, the linked server method is too slow, is there any other way ?

I tried this application (dbconvert , dbsync , linked server) but it is the same speed.

Regards
maryam_adnanAsked:
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arnoldCommented:
Mysqlfump
Then import it back.

You can export the data into a CSV and in the remote side do a load data from file.

What access do you have on the remote side?

Mysqldump is a backup tool.

You can then transfer the file to the remote and load it
Cat filename |mysql -uproot -p databasename
Note the backup needs to include a deck for the tape existing/dropping and creating.
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arnoldCommented:
Export CSV, load data from file.
Missed that you are going ms sql to MySQL.
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maryam_adnanAuthor Commented:
Hi,
Thank you for your reply.

Please I want to do this automatically because I have to update database regularly

Kind Regards
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Maidine FouadEngineerCommented:
Using the Export wizard , you can creates a SSIS small package that auto-runs
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arnoldCommented:
What resources do you have?
I.e use bcp/powershell to query and create a CSV/tsv. FTP/scp the data to the remote server where you can hav a script monitoring uploaded files and running MySQL load data from file directive.
You should use something like md5sum that you will use on the remote side to verify the received data is complete as it was sent.
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