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    Hello! I got the community edition of ZRM a few days ago and have been trying it out. A co-worker posed an interesting question - how do you restore a single record? For instance, a record gets deleted at an unknown time, and it's needed today. What's the easiest way to search and restore it?

    Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jmartin235 View Post
    Hello! I got the community edition of ZRM a few days ago and have been trying it out. A co-worker posed an interesting question - how do you restore a single record? For instance, a record gets deleted at an unknown time, and it's needed today. What's the easiest way to search and restore it?

    Thanks!
    You can use [URL=http://www.zmanda.com/zrm-mysql-enterprise.html]ZRM enterprise edition[/URL] that provides web based UI to search and restore database events.

    You can do it in command line (searching is complicated) in the community edition.
    See [url]http://mysqlbackup.zmanda.com/index.php/Selective_Recovery#Selective_Restoration_of_Databa se_Events[/url]

    Paddy

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