If you have not specified a path, then the mysqldump is likely still in the percona container. You can copy it out of there to a location on your local filesystem, however.
Below is a screenshot showing how one of our developers accomplished this:
Essentially, this was done by:
- Specifying where the Docker compose file is located so we don't get errors (the AtoM compose environment does not install it in root as expected)
- First accessing the bash command-line in the percona container, where the MySQL database is managed
- running the sqldump command, passing the database user, password, database name, and a location for the dump. If you didn't specify a location, it should be in whatever directory you were in when you run the command
- Exiting the bash command-prompt in the percona container
- Copying the dump from the tmp directory in the percona container to the root directory of the local host computer
You can see all containers and their statuses with the following:
To see the name of services listed, run:
- docker-compose ps --services
I hope this helps!