You were on the right track with mysqldump.  Windows doesn't have a
direct cron equivalent - but it does have the ability to schedule tasks.
Write a short batch file or equivalent (you should be able to whip one
together in no time with a little googling) and schedule it to run.

I doubt you'll find a tool that does exactly what you want that's any
more advanced or configurable - there's just no need.  That said - who
knows, people make all kinds of software to fill what others perceive as

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-----Original Message-----
From: Perry, Matthew (Fire Marshal's Office)
Sent: Wednesday, October 27, 2004 8:58 AM
Subject: [PHP-DB] MySQL backup software

Does anyone know a free MySQL backup program to schedule regular

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