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MySQL database backup Create backup at remote m/c Prepare a scheduler to perform this task every Saturday at mid-night.

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Backup and restore mysql data you may perform owing to http://www.mysql.repairtoolbox.com application starts under Win 98 and higher

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SOURCE: Rename a mysql database with phpmyadmin

Yes. In the SQL tab,

RENAME DATABASE test TO new_test ;

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SOURCE: mysql database tables+find new inserted or update row using java

After you add the new record into table A, you can use the LAST_INSERT_ID() function to retrieve the value of the auto_increment PK field. Look here for more information on this function: http://dev.mysql.com/doc/refman/5.0/en/information-functions.html

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SOURCE: Windows 2003 Server Task Scheduler Exit Code (1)

the exit code of 1 or 0x1: Incorrect function called or unknown function called.
check your backupRBase.cmd file. one of the URL or function need to be modify.

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SOURCE: unable to create a system restore point

Hi there.
There a few alternatives for you you do, lets try the best known one,
Click on the start menu (orb), then click on all programs, from the list click on accessories and then click on system tools and in that list you will see system restore, click on that and you should be able to create a restore point from that window.

Good luck and thanks for choosing FixYa!!

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Run services.msc and make sure Volume Shadow Copy is stopped. Then locate and delete any System Volume Information folders on the root of any volume that was previously being monitored by System Restore. You may need to alter
Folder Options/View tab/Advanced in order to see these protected system folders. Reboot the system and retry turning it back on.

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SOURCE: Windows 2003 Server Task Scheduler Exit Code (1)

return 1 does not necessarily mean that it didn't work, it just means that it ended under unusual circumstances. sometimes using a task scheduler has that effect. as long as the files end up where they are supposed to go i wouldn't worry about it.

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