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Percona Xtra Backup is an open source utility that can be used to circumvent this issue, and create consistent full or incremental backups of running My SQL, Maria DB, and Percona Server databases, also known as hot backups.
As opposed to the of the database files—it makes a copy of the data files. redo log) to the physical backups, to backfill any active transactions that did not finish during the creation of the backups, resulting in consistent backups of a running database.
A very common challenge encountered when working with active database systems is performing hot backups—that is, creating backups without stopping the database service or making it read-only.