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One can even search and replace each occurrence of Insert into with Insert Ignore into in the mysqldump file.


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If the SSH drops without putting the mysql session into the background (along with nohup), then the DB connection is at the SSH session's mercy. So, yes, mysql would care about the lifecycle of the SSH session. You should launch it with & at the end as follows: nohup mysql -u root -p mydb < mydb.sql & Then, you can walk away feeling OK (you ...



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