MySQL is an open source relational database management system. MariaDB is a fork of MySQL.
Backup all databases to a local file:
mysqldump --all-database -uroot -p > backup.sql
Since the dump files are just SQL commands, you can restore the database backup to a file. And execute them by telling mysql to run the commands in it and put the data into the proper database.
cat backup.sql | mysql -uroot -p
Also you can combine it with
ssh to store the backup in another host:
ssh user@host -C 'mysqldump --all-database -uroot -p' > host-$(date +Y-m-d).sql
It’s very lazy way. But it’s work!