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From: Dan Rogart (dan.rogartrevolutionhealth.com)
Date: Fri Feb 15 2008 - 13:10:09 CST
You might want to check out Baron Schwartz's maatkit:
It has scripts which let you take dumps and do restores using multiple
threads. It might help speed things up for you.
On 2/15/08 1:55 PM, "dvdnewfoundmarket.com" <dvdnewfoundmarket.com> wrote:
> I am restoring a 10 million row table using a dump file
> created via mysqldump. On a very fast server, It finishes in 8 hours.
> Is it something normal ? I know the alternative to copy file
> directly but here is not an option . So can I say mysql does
> not have its own way for high performance backup and restore
> for large scale apps?
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