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Page: Adding MySQL Instance to the Policy
CDP, enduser level MySQL backup is not supported. Only superusers can fulfill MySQL backup. Subusers are limited by agent user permission. If you have the Databases AddOn enabled for Agent CDP3:Enabling Databases AddOn for Agent, you need ...
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Page: Allowing Remote Connections to MySQL Instance
You do not need to specially create a user and allow remote connections to a MySQL Instance. While adding a MySQL Instance to the Policy, you can use the credentials of any MySQL user with full access to the MySQL server from {{localhost}}. For example ...
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Page: Browsing MySQL Instance
Enduser level MySQL backup is not supported in CDP. Only superusers can complete MySQL backup. Subusers are limited by agent user permission. Follow the instructions below to browse a MySQL Instance added to a Policy in your CDP Enterprise or Advanced Edition ...
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Page: CDP for MySQL
purpose of this manual is to provide you with complete instructions on how to use the CDP for MySQL AddOn. About Databases AddOn The R1Soft CDP for MySQL AddOn integrates Continuous Data Protection® with an online hot backup (snapshot) of MySQL databases to provide ...
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Page: Deleting MySQL Instance
Follow the instructions below to delete the MySQL instance from the Policy in the CDP Enterprise or Advanced Edition. 1. Click on "Policy" in the Main Menu to access the "Policies" page. !p1.png! 2. Find the necessary Policy in the "Policies" list and click on the "Edit" icon ...
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Page: Editing MySQL Instance
Enduser level MySQL backup is not supported in CDP. Only superusers can complete MySQL backup. Subusers are limited by agent user permission. Follow the instructions below to edit the MySQL instance in your CDP Enterprise or Advanced Edition. 1. Click ...
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Page: Enabling and Disabling MySQL Instance
Enduser level MySQL backup is not supported in CDP. Only superusers can complete MySQL backup. Subusers are limited by agent user permission. A disabled instance retains its configuration but will not be backed up when the Policy executes in the CDP Enterprise or Advanced ...
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Page: Restoring a MySQL Database
You can restore a MySQL database by following the instructions below in your CDP Enterprise or Advanced Edition. 1. Click on "Recovery Points" in the Main Menu to open the "Recovery Points" window. !me.png! 2. In the "Recovery Points" list, select a Recovery ...
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Page: Restoring MySQL Databases to Alternate Locations
You can restore a MySQL database to an alternate Agent by following the instructions below in your CDP Enterprise or Advanced Edition. 1. Click on "Recovery Points" in the Main Menu to open the "Recovery Points" window. !me.png! 2. In the "Recovery Points ...
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Page: Testing MySQL Instance Connection
Follow the instructions below to test the connection to the MySQL instance in the CDP Enterprise or Advanced Edition. 1. Click on "Policy" in the Main Menu to access the "Policies" page. !p1.png! 2. Find the necessary Policy in the "Policies" list and click on the "Edit" icon in the "Actions ...
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