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Backup MySQL databases and save them to a FTP server or to local or network shared locations with this useful and intuitive application

Jun 04, 2021 10.5 MB. Downloads: 18,541. User rating: 10 votes. Rate this 5 (Best) 4 3 2 1 (Worst) phpMyAdmin is a free software tool written in PHP, intended to handle the administration of MySQL over the Web. OldVersion.com Points System. When you upload software to oldversion.com you get rewarded by points. For every field that is filled out correctly, points will be rewarded, some fields are optional but the more you provide the more you will get rewarded! Download the latest version of phpMyAdmin for Mac for free. Read 21 user reviews and compare with similar apps on MacUpdate.

IMPORTANT NOTICE

MySQLBackupFTP is a comprehensive and practical utility, especially designed for database administrators who need to backup specific MySQL databases and store them to a FTP server.

Using MySQLBackupFTP you can also run scheduled backups of MySQL databases and store them on a network or local folder, FTP server and even in the cloud (for example, you can save them to Dropbox and SkyDrive).

Firstly, you need to configure the connection settings. This way, you can connect to MySQL databases using the TCP/IP protocol or phpMyAdmin. In both cases, you can create scripts that later can be used to restore your databases.

Specify the hostname and the port number, then test the connection. After that, the application will display all of the available databases in the left panel. However, if you want to change the server settings, you can access the Tools menu as well.

After selecting the databases you are interested in, add a new destination where to store the backups. You can choose between local or network folder, FTP server, Dropbox, Google Drive, Amazon S3 or SkyDrive. Each of them provides advanced settings that help you secure your backups.

What’s more, you can schedule backup jobs effortlessly. You just need to select the estimated backup plan that suits your needs and the application automatically backups your databases, without interfering with other software or displaying annoying pop-up messages.

However, working as a database administrator for a while, you are definitely aware that large databases create temporary files and might require extra time to complete the backup process. To avoid running out of space, you can set a custom temporary folder where all these large databases will be stored.

Using MySQLBackupFTP you are able to backup MySQL databases, tables and scripts to various locations such as cloud services, local or network folders or FTP server and send e-mail confirmation on the task’s success or failure.

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4.5/5
LIMITATIONS IN THE UNREGISTERED VERSION
  • Limited to 2 databases to backup on schedule without Google Drive, Amazon S3, OneDrive.
  • 7 days trial for the automatic e-mail service
  • No Web Log
  • You cannot send backups to Google Drive
  • No AES encryption of Zip files
  • No advanced FTP options (SFTP & FTPS)
  • You can optionally start a 30-day trial of the Pro version from the 'Help' menu and test all its features
SYSTEM REQUIREMENTSNew in MySQLBackupFTP 5.0.0.1412:
  • Dropbox API V2 supported
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