Msg#: 4651293 posted 10:08 am on Mar 5, 2014 (gmt 0)
I'm changing servers, and need to move a 6G MySQL database. The thing is, I don't want to make it live immediately; I want to take advantage of the new server being inactive to make some much needed updates to the tables that would have otherwise taken the database offline for several hours.
In an ideal world, I would be able to copy the database to the new server, make the database changes, then insert any rows that have been created on the old server after the original move.
I know that I could do this by PHP by logging in to the old server, selecting new rows, then logging in to the new server and inserting them. But, I'm working with 108 tables, and that's a pretty cumbersome task.
Before I go that route, can you guys suggest an easier way to do this?
FWIW, the old server is Redhat Linx, and the new server is CentOS. Both are running WHM/cPanel.