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Project Description

Command line package to get dumps of databases

Install

pip install dumpyme

Usage

1 - Create dumpyfile

dumpy init
Creating dumpyfile...
dumpyfile in your home directory as ~/.dumpyfile.ini

Initial dumpyfile:

initdumpyfile

help:

inithelp

2 - Add some project in dumpyfile

dumpy add
Project name: my_project
Host of project: 187.111.44.100
User of host: root
Name of database: my_project_db
Database Type (e.g: mongodb, postgresql...): mongodb

Adding in dumpyfile:
        Project: my_project
        Host: 187.111.44.100
        Database: my_project_db
        Database Type: mongodb

help:

addhelp

3 - List projects in dumpyfile

dumpy projects
Projects:
========================================
-------> my_project
                host: 187.111.44.100
                db_name: my_project_db
                db mongodb
                user: root
-------> my_project2
                host: 192.191.190.89
                db_name: my_project2_db
                db: mongodb
                user: my_root
-------> project2
                host: 182.182.82.82
                db_name: project2_production
                db: mongodb
                user: riit
========================================

or list name of projects:

dumpy projects --name
Projects:
========================================
        my_project
        my_project2
        project2
========================================

help:

listhelp

4 - Get dump of project

dumpy me my_project

help:

dumpymehelp

5 - Delete projects in dumpyfile

dumpy delete my_project
Project removed sucessfully

deleteproject

Databases supported

  • MongoDB
Release History

Release History

0.1.0

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Download Files

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File Name & Checksum SHA256 Checksum Help Version File Type Upload Date
dumpyme-0.1.0.tar.gz (5.0 kB) Copy SHA256 Checksum SHA256 Source Feb 16, 2015

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