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Short Description
Performs MySQL backups with bzip2 compression and send dumps to S3
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Trouvus MySQL dump container

This image runs mysqlbackup, compresses its output with bzip2 and saves the result on S3.


  • MYSQL_HOST - mysql hostname or ip, default mysql
  • MYSQL_PORT - mysql port, default 3306
  • MYSQL_USER - mysql username. This user's minimal permission should be SELECT
  • MYSQL_PASSWORD - backup user's password
  • MYSQL_MASTER_DATA - value for mysqldump's --master-data parameter. Default 0
  • MYSQL_DUMP_SLAVE - value for --dump-slave, devault 0
  • MYSQLDUMP_PARAMS - additional mysqldump parameters, default --all-databases --single-transaction --quick --opt
  • S3_LOCATION_TEMPLATE - a template for the dump result S3 location, musqt be in the format of bucket/location/object_name. It is interpreted with date + command,
    so the satndard date/time substitutions can be used, e.g. S3_LOCATION_TEMPLATE=my-bucket/backups/server1/dump-%Y%m%d.sql.bz2

AWS authentication

Standard awscli is used for S3 uploads, so any of
its authentication methods can be used:

  • using AWS_ACCESS_KEY_ID and AWS_SECRET_ACCESS_KEY environment variables, or
  • mounting a credentials file into /root/.aws/credentials, if settings variable is not acceptable
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