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MySql Recovery Free


MySQL Recovery, Inc
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1.0.0
$0.00
3/30/2012
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Since 99% of all websites and online applications today use databases to store data, their round-the-clock operation heavily depends on the integrity of these databases. Being one of the most popular database systems in the world, MySQL underlies millions of websites, from small personal blogs to humongous corporate portals serving content to thousands of users. Corruption of a MySQL database inevitably makes the entire website inaccessible and a site gone offline translates into upset customers, lost sales and ad revenues, as well as site maintenance expenses. However, downtimes can be minimized and substantial losses can be avoided if a damaged database is restored immediately after its corruption. This will require a few minutes and a tool called Recovery Toolbox for MySQL!
Recovery Toolbox for MySQL is a powerful, fast and efficient, yet incredibly easy to use recovery tool that will enable you to restore data even from badly damaged MySQL databases in minutes. The interface of the program is a step-by-step wizard that allows even not so tech-savvy users to cope with seemingly complex data recovery tasks. The entire process consists of just 3 steps - selection of a damaged database file (MyISAM format), review of the file structure/content and saving of the recovered data. The data can be saved as a script to a folder of the user's choice or directly to MySQL server (in this case, the user will need to specify the server connection settings). The demo version of the program only shows the recovered data and does not save them. To remove this limitation, the user must purchase the full version of the program. Unrecoverable database files can be sent directly to the program developers for manual review and analysis.
Recovery Toolbox for MySQL is an affordable, compact and amazingly efficient tool that will make recovering MySQL databases a snap - even if the user has absolutely no prior recovery experience.