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File: execute_db_backup.php
Role: Example script
Content type: text/plain
Description: Example of usage
Class: MySQL Backup
Backup MySQL databases to files with SQL commands
Author: By
Last change: foo
Date: 9 years ago
Size: 3,174 bytes
 

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<?
   
/*
        |--------------------------------------------------|
        | Example MySQL Backup File |
        | |
        | Written by: Justin Keller <kobenews@cox.net> |
        | Released under GNU Public license. |
        | |
        | Only use with MySQL database backup class, |
        | version 1.0.0 written by Vagharshak Tozalakyan |
        | <vagh@armdex.com>. |
        |--------------------------------------------------|
    */
   
   
require_once 'mysql_backup.class.php';
   
$backup_obj = new MySQL_Backup();
   
   
//----------------------- EDIT - REQUIRED SETUP VARIABLES -----------------------
           
           
$backup_obj->server = 'localhost';
           
$backup_obj->port = 3306;
           
$backup_obj->username = '';
           
$backup_obj->password = '';
           
$backup_obj->database = '';
           
           
//Tables you wish to backup. All tables in the database will be backed up if this array is null.
           
$backup_obj->tables = array();

   
//------------------------ END - REQUIRED SETUP VARIABLES -----------------------
   
    //-------------------- OPTIONAL PREFERENCE VARIABLES ---------------------
           
            //Add DROP TABLE IF EXISTS queries before CREATE TABLE in backup file.
           
$backup_obj->drop_tables = true;
           
           
//Only structure of the tables will be backed up if true.
           
$backup_obj->struct_only = false;
           
           
//Include comments in backup file if true.
           
$backup_obj->comments = true;
           
           
//Directory on the server where the backup file will be placed. Used only if task parameter equals MSB_SAVE.
           
$backup_obj->backup_dir = '/';
           
           
//Default file name format.
           
$backup_obj->fname_format = 'm_d_Y';

   
//--------------------- END - OPTIONAL PREFERENCE VARIABLES ---------------------
           
    //---------------------- EDIT - REQUIRED EXECUTE VARIABLES ----------------------
               
            /*
                Task:
                    MSB_STRING - Return SQL commands as a single output string.
                    MSB_SAVE - Create the backup file on the server.
                    MSB_DOWNLOAD - Download backup file to the user's computer.
                   
            */
           
$task = MSB_DOWNLOAD;
           
           
//Optional name of backup file if using 'MSB_SAVE' or 'MSB_DOWNLOAD'. If nothing is passed, the default file name format will be used.
           
$filename = '';
           
           
//Use GZip compression if using 'MSB_SAVE' or 'MSB_DOWNLOAD'?
           
$use_gzip = true;

   
//--------------------- END - REQUIRED EXECUTE VARIABLES ----------------------
   
    //-------------------- NO NEED TO ANYTHING BELOW THIS LINE --------------------
   
   
if (!$backup_obj->Execute($task, $filename, $use_gzip))
    {
        
$output = $backup_obj->error;
    }
    else
    {
       
$output = 'Operation Completed Successfully At: <b>' . date('g:i:s A') . '</b><i> ( Local Server Time )</i>';
    }
?>
<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Transitional//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-transitional.dtd">
<html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml">
<head>
<meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=iso-8859-1" />
<title>MySQL Backup</title>
</head>
<body>
<?
   
echo $output;
?>
</body>
</html>