Added by sonik on 08-05-2017 and keywords: simple, tutorial, how, to, tar, gz, mysqldump, ssh, linux, remote, server [ Print Article
First things first. With this small and simple tar command we archive all our /var/www/ data.
tar -zcvf archive.tar.gz /var/www
Now we dump the MySQL database with the next command.
mysqldump -u root -p databasename > /root/backupname.sql
You will be asked to write the password for the database user
(in this case root).
scp archive.tar.gz root@destinationserver:/root
scp /root/backupname.sql root@destinationserver:/root
Again you will be asked twice for the password of the remote server
but all your sensitive data will be saved there.
Again this is a very simple and just a small demonstration of what you can do with linux and ssh.
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Article writhed by Liudmil Iliev (sonik_blast)
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