#!/bin/sh DB=“” HOST=“” printhelp() {

echo “

Usage: sh mysql.sh [OPTION]… -db, –database The database name which you need to take the backup

-host, –hostname The hostname

-h, –help Display help file

} while [ “$1” != “” ]; do case “$1” in -db | –database ) DB=$2; shift 2 ;; -host | –hostname ) HOST=$2; shift 2 ;; -h | –help ) echo “$(printhelp)”; exit; shift; break ;; esac done

BEGIN CONFIGURATION

NOWDATE=date +%Y-%m-%d LASTDATE=$(date +%Y-%m-%d –date=‘1 week ago’)

set dump directory variables

SRCDIR=‘/tmp/s3backups’ DESTDIR=‘test’ BUCKET=‘vishnu-test’

database access details

USER=‘root’

END CONFIGURATION

make the temp directory if it doesn’t exist and cd into it

mkdir -p $SRCDIR cd $SRCDIR

dump the selected sql file and upload it to s3

#for DB in $(mysql -h$HOST -u$USER -e ‘show databases’ | grep -Ev ‘mysql|information_schema|performance_schema|Database’) #do mysqldump -h$HOST -u$USER –single-transaction $DB > $DB.sql tar -czPf $DB.tar.gz $DB.sql mv $DB.tar.gz $NOWDATE-$DB.tar.gz /usr/bin/s3cmd put $SRCDIR/$NOWDATE-$DB.tar.gz s3://$BUCKET/$DESTDIR/ #done

delete old backups from s3

/usr/bin/s3cmd del –recursive s3://$BUCKET/$DESTDIR/$LASTDATE-$DB.tar.gz

remove all files in our source directory

cd rm -rf $SRCDIR/*

 SAVE THIS SCRIPT AND RUN 

FOR EXAMPLE:-  sh  mysql.sh -db -host