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recently I had problems with backing up my ~150mb database through PHP. And I know some people are backing their databases to a dump file through terminal.

My database contains UTF-8 and other characters. I have tried simply dumping with mysqldump but I doesn't seem to work, when restoring all the characters are messed up.

Is there any command to tell that the database is UTF-8?

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