Datenbank aus MySQL-Backup entfernen (mysql dump database exclude)

26. Mai 2014

Mit folgendem kleinen Skript können einzelne Datenbanken aus dem mysqldump entfernt werden. 

Die Benutzung auf der Kommandozeile erfolgt beispielsweise wie folgt:

mysqldump -A | mysqldump-cleaner.php test > dump.sql


Das Skript:

#!/usr/bin/php
<?php
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if ($argc != 2)
{
 echo "usage: dump-cleaner.php < database to delete >\n";
 exit;
}
$stdin=fopen('php://stdin','r');
$stdout = fopen('php://stdout', 'w');
$nameOfDatabase = $argv[1];
$writeFlag = true;
while(!feof($stdin))
{
 $currentLine = fgets($stdin);
if (preg_match('/^\-{2}\sCurrent\sDatabase: `(.*?)`/', $currentLine, $treffer))
 $writeFlag = $treffer[1] != $nameOfDatabase;
if ($writeFlag)
 fputs($stdout, $currentLine);
}
fclose($stdin);
fclose($stdout);


Das Skript kann hier als ZIP-Datei heruntergeladen werden: mysqldump-cleaner

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