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Project Description

Simple dump tool to automate dumps, for example during automated deploys Works with older django versions (< 1.3)

Dumps the default database when it is mysql. Preferably to be triggered by a cron job, or launchd on macosx. Could also be triggered by Scheduler on Windows, but we’re not using Windows, are we?

Produces a timestamped dump which could be used for rollback. Takes app specific settings, to be found in

# Required settings # —————– APP_LOGS_ROOT APP_DUMP_PATH

# Optional settings # —————– APP_MYSQLDUMP_PATH = ‘usr/bin’ #(path to mysqldump, default is /usr/bin) APP_DB_ROLLBACKS = 60 #(no. of rollbacks, default 60)

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DjangoMySQLDump-0.1.tar.gz (3.3 kB) Copy SHA256 Checksum SHA256 Source Jul 5, 2016

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