Backup Image Is Not Saved In Timestamp Folder
(Doc ID 2651530.1)
Last updated on MAY 29, 2020
Applies to:MySQL Enterprise Backup - Version 8.0 to 8.0 [Release 8.0]
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Explain why and how to resolve the issue that, with MySQL Enterprise Backup 8.0.19, the parameter --backup-image ignores --with-timestamp option.
As per the documentation
--backup-imagedoes not give a full path name, mysqlbackup will actually take the value of
--backup-imageas a path relative to the current directory in which the command is run (for release 8.0.18 and earlier, the path is taken to be relative to the location specified by
--backup-dir); if the
--with-timestampoption is also used, the backup image is then saved in a subdirectory created under current directory (for release 8.0.18 and earlier, under the folder specified by
--backup-dir) that bears the timestamp in its name.
So, why no directory is created under current directory that bears the timestamp in its name?
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