django-dumpdb saves and restored the contents of the database in a simple database-independent format.
It is designed to be fast and memory efficient, and can handle a database of ANY size, in a reasonable time, with a fixed memory footprint.
django-dumpdb uses server-side cursors and deferred foreign key checks, which is not supported by Django as of now. Therefore, it has to use some DB-specific code. The following database backends are currently supported:
Add django_dumpdb to your INSTALLED_APPS.
manage.py dumpdb > db.dump manage.py restoredb < db.dump
ssh remotehost /var/www/myproject/manage.py dumpdb | manage.py restoredb
django-dumpdb can also be used to migrate the data to another database (for example, from MySQL to PostgreSQL).
USE THIS AT YOUR OWN RISK! THIS SOFTWARE MAY CONTAIN BUGS, AND MAY DESTROY YOUR DATA AND KILL YOUR PARENTS, EVEN IF USED CORRECTLY. YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED!
TODO: Figure out how to actually get changelog content.
Changelog content for this version goes here.