How to use the mysqldump command – a working example

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http:/www.helpspa.com This free tutorial from the Helpspa.com will introduce you to the mysqldump command, used to backup mysql databases. You will see the command in use with a real example of the command in action. Visit the helpspa.com for other free computer tutorials and free computer tutorial videos.
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After The Command Line Scripting is Done You Need

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PHP can be used on all major operating systems, including Linux, many Unix variants
(including HP-UX, Solaris and OpenBSD), Microsoft Windows, Mac OS X, RISC OS, and
probably others. PHP has also support for most of the Web servers today.
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Updating cPanel with Easyapache using the command line

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This article explains how to update your cPanel / WHM instance by using the EasyApache script using the command line. While it is possible to use EasyApache using cPanel / WHM's gui it uses a considerable amount of memory. A benefit of using EasyApache via the command line is that is uses a smaller memory footprint.
Login to your server and su – to root. You must have administrative access or it will not work.
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