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    WP-DBManager

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    Manages WordPress database with repair, optimization, backup, restore option.

    Features

    • Backup Database
    • Manage Database
    • Optimize Database
    • Repair Database
    • Empty/Drop Tables

    Statistics

    0% CPU USAGE
    0.45 MB MEMORY USAGE
    0.0017 sec LOAD TIME

    Support

    You will get excellent support for this plugin from developer Lester Chan, 9 out of 9 support threads have been resolved in the last two months. There is no documentation for this plugin although there is a support forum available on their website.

    Plugin ver- 2.7.0       WordPress ver- 3.9.1       Tested on 11 May, 2014
    System configuration: 1 core processsor, Memory - 512mb, 20gb SSD Disk

    Allows you to optimize database, repair database, backup database, restore database, delete backup database , drop/empty tables and run selected queries. Supports automatic scheduling of backing up, optimizing and repairing of database.

    General Usage

    1. Activate WP-DBManager Plugin
    2. The script will automatically create a folder called backup-db in the wp-content folder if that folder is writable. If it is not created, please create the folder and ensure that the folder is writable
    3. Open Folder: wp-content/backup-db
    4. If you are on Apache, move the htaccess.txt file from Folder: wp-content/plugins/wp-dbmanager to Folder: wp-content/backup-db/.htaccess if it is not there already
    5. If you are on IIS, move the Web.config.txt file from Folder: wp-content/plugins/wp-dbmanager to Folder: wp-content/backup-db/Web.config if it is not there already
    6. Move index.php file from Folder: wp-content/plugins/wp-dbmanager to Folder: wp-content/backup-db/index.php if it is not there already
    7. Go to WP-Admin -> Database -> DB Options to configure the database options

    Build Status

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    Credits

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    • I spent most of my free time creating, updating, maintaining and supporting these plugins, if you really love my plugins and could spare me a couple of bucks, I will really appreciate it. If not feel free to use it without any obligations.

    Disclaimer

    • Note that this plugin passes your datababase password via –password in the command line of mysqldump. This is convenient but as a trade off, it is insecure.
    • On some systems, your password becomes visible to system status programs such as ps that may be invoked by other users to display command lines. MySQL clients typically overwrite the command-line password argument with zeros during their initialization sequence. However, there is still a brief interval during which the value is visible. Also, on some systems this overwriting strategy is ineffective and the password remains visible to ps. Source: End-User Guidelines for Password Security
    • If this is a concern to you, I recommend another database backup plugin called WP-DB-Backup
    • To know about the difference between WP-DBManager and WP-DB-backup, checkout What is the difference between WP-DBManager and WP-DB-Backup? in the FAQ section.
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    Feature
    4.0
    Support
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    1 Votes
    Total - 4.7

    Wordpress.org Stats

    Ratings4.4
    Votes80
    Downloads1,981,150
    Last Updated176 Days ago
    Published12 years ago

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