Simple tool you can use to backup your WordPress tables and give an optimize and analyze command.
* Optimize tables
* Analyze tables
* database backup
! make ’sure you test the import of the created backup file, before you rely on the backups !
Currently there are no known is’sues
To install a WordPress Plugin manually:
Download your WordPress Plugin to your desktop.
If downloaded as a zip archive, extract the Plugin folder to your desktop.
Read through the “readme” file thoroughly to in’sure you follow the installation instructions.
With your FTP program, upload the Plugin folder to the wp-content/plugins folder in your WordPress directory online.
Go to Plugins screen and find the newly uploaded Plugin in the list.
Click Activate Plugin to activate it.
The plugin folder is called DBtools, this is the folder you should upload.
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Contributors & Developers
“DBtools” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.Contributors
- added icon in admin menu
- tested for WordPress 4.6
- fixed reload after backup
- Fixed backups script (tables not found)
- make use of PHP DIRECTORY_SEPARATOR constant
- renewed backup script.
- There is new backuplocation (your old backups are not removed, but they are not visible)
Fixed plugin fatal error while activating or updating
Fixed an is’sue when updating the plugin in WordPress
Only perform update when version is lower the 1.1.7
Fixed “you have not ’sufficient permissions error”
placed backup location outside the plugin directory so your backups will be kept after deactivating or updating this plugin
Now you can download your backup file
Added – IF NOT EXISTS to the drop table statement
Fixed some bugs and errors
switched to mysqli
reload the page after backup
Limited analyze and optimize to WP tables only
Fixed delete backup file
Changed backup filename to date_time for multiple backups per day
Fixed backup creation
Added table list
Added analyze tables