DB backup VIA adminCP stops at Poll Vote during dump

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  • Zoro
    Senior Member
    • Nov 2007
    • 187
    • 3.8.x

    DB backup VIA adminCP stops at Poll Vote during dump

    AdminCP>Maintenance>DatabaseBackup>Backup database to a file on the server

    When I run this the backup stops at poll vote and never completes the back up. Can any one help?
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  • Merjawy
    Senior Member
    • Sep 2002
    • 2613

    #2
    Try repairing the tables from within AdminCP or server's Cpanel. Run that few times

    Maintenance >> Repair / Optimize Tables
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    • Zoro
      Senior Member
      • Nov 2007
      • 187
      • 3.8.x

      #3
      Originally posted by Merjawy
      Try repairing the tables from within AdminCP or server's Cpanel. Run that few times

      Maintenance >> Repair / Optimize Tables
      I should have said that I ran the repair/optimize tables in the adminCp already. My bad....

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      • beishe8
        Senior Member
        • Oct 2005
        • 6782
        • 4.2.X

        #4
        Originally posted by Zoro
        AdminCP>Maintenance>DatabaseBackup>Backup database to a file on the server

        When I run this the backup stops at poll vote and never completes the back up. Can any one help?
        Stop backing up through the ACP, it's not reliable.
        You think that you have a backup and you do not have one.


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        • Andy
          Senior Member
          • Jan 2002
          • 5886
          • 4.1.x

          #5
          This is the only proper way to backup.



          This is how you restore.

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          • Zoro
            Senior Member
            • Nov 2007
            • 187
            • 3.8.x

            #6
            Thanks

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            • borbole
              Senior Member
              • Feb 2010
              • 3074
              • 4.0.0

              #7
              Alternatively you can use mysqldumper as well. It is an excellent tool imho for both, backing up and restoring a backup.

              Another thing to note when you make a backup is to check the backup file to make sure that it has been done prperly.

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