Backup and Restore
By default, Amezmo installs MySQL 5.7 on your instance. This installation is optimized for security and performance. Backups are user-initiated.
Amezmo offers logical backups to be taken from user-initiated process.
This type of backup is commonly known as a "Database dump" which is a file consisting of
SQL statements such as
This backup can be used to replicate your production environment on your local machine and for archiving purposes.
Restoring from a local backup
You may restore a database from a local backup file into your Amezmo instance by providing a backup file. The file should be the same type of file you would use to restore the database on your local machine.
.sql files that you'd produce with a command line utility such as mysqldump. This .sql file may optionally be compressed into a .zip or .tar.gz archive.
From the Amezmo dashboard you may provide a
tar.gz, or a
You may optionally have your backups encrypted with an encryption key of your choice. Learn more.