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The following is the file code for backing up Mysql databases using Apache + PHP in Linux. use PHP to back up Mysql databases in XML format.
The following is the file code for backing up a Mysql database through Apache + PHP in Linux:
File 1. Listtable. php (the file lists all tables in the database for backup) Select the table to back up:
The code is as follows:
$ Con = mysql_connect ('localhost', 'root', 'xswlily ');
$ Lists = mysql_list_tables ("embed", $ con );
// Database connection code
$ I = 0;
While ($ I $ tb_name = mysql_tablename ($ lists, $ I );
Echo "". $ tb_name ."
// List all tables
$ I ++ ;}
You can back up the selected tables in the database by using the above file operations.
The preceding section describes how to back up an XML database using PHP. it is not complicated. with XML, we can back up a variety of databases, of course, you can also restore the backed up XML file to the database through relevant methods, which will not be described in detail here.
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