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Restore the partition from the backup

Restoring should be done by importing the tables in the partial backup to the server.

First step is to create new table in which data will be restored.

mysql> CREATE TABLE `name_p4` (
`id` int(11) NOT NULL AUTO_INCREMENT,
`name` text NOT NULL,
`imdb_index` varchar(12) DEFAULT NULL,
`imdb_id` int(11) DEFAULT NULL,
`name_pcode_cf` varchar(5) DEFAULT NULL,
`name_pcode_nf` varchar(5) DEFAULT NULL,
`surname_pcode` varchar(5) DEFAULT NULL,
PRIMARY KEY (`id`)
) ENGINE=InnoDB AUTO_INCREMENT=2812744 DEFAULT CHARSET=utf8

Note

Generate a .cfg metadata file by running FLUSH TABLES ... FOR EXPORT. The command can only be run on a table, not on the individual table partitions. The file is located in the table schema directory and is used for schema verification when importing the tablespace.

To restore the partition from the backup, the tablespace must be discarded for that table:

mysql> ALTER TABLE name_p4 DISCARD TABLESPACE;

The next step is to copy the .ibd file from the backup to the MySQL data directory:

cp /mnt/backup/2012-08-28_10-29-09/imdb/name#P#p4.ibd /var/lib/mysql/imdb/name_p4.ibd

Note

Make sure that the copied files can be accessed by the user running MySQL.

The last step is to import the tablespace:

mysql> ALTER TABLE name_p4 IMPORT TABLESPACE;

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Last update: 2024-06-12