Chances are, you have a database or two, running on one or more Linux systems, that has become crucial to your business or job. If you happen to be a Linux administrator, the likelihood of those databases being of the MySQL sort is pretty high. With such a priority placed on information, what are you doing to ensure those databases are backed up? You could be running bare metal backups (which is always smart). But what if you need to have a separate, automated backup of your databases? If that sounds like your situation, you only need turn to Backupninja.
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