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Operating Systems Linux Red Hat Master logs for all the operations performed on mysql DB Post 302735263 by vivek d r on Saturday 24th of November 2012 03:40:47 AM
Old 11-24-2012
thing is i dont want to enable logging now. i wanted to check the logs for the things which are run on db for past two days... is it possible to find that? or does server has inbuilt logging for all the operations performed on it...?
i checked the link you sent and chattr command is for setting file permission right.
also i have checked in /var/log/mysqld.log but it shows only error traced during mysql start and stop. it wont show mysql operations performed :-(

somehow few entries in DB of my server are missing. i wanted to find out how it happened or who did that. so trying to find to out is there any logs where i could trace out this thing. note that this servers are rebooted a couple of times. :-(
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mdbFontEncoding - Font Encoding DESCRIPTION
The m17n library loads information about the encoding of each font form the m17n database by the tags <font, encoding>. The data is loaded as a plist of this format. FONT-ENCODING ::= PER-FONT * PER-FONT ::= '(' FONT-SPEC ENCODING [ REPERTORY ] ')' FONT-SPEC ::= '(' [ FOUNDRY FAMILY [ WEIGHT [ STYLE [ STRETCH [ ADSTYLE ]]]]] REGISTRY ')' ENCODING ::= SYMBOL FONT-SPEC is to specify properties of a font. FOUNDRY to REGISTRY are symbols corresponding to Mfoundry to Mregistry property of a font. See m17nFont for the meaning of each property. For instance, this FONT-SPEC: (nil alice0 lao iso8859-1) should be applied to all fonts whose family name is 'alice0 lao', and registry is 'iso8859-1'. ENCODING is a symbol representing a charset. A font matching FONT-SPEC supports all characters of the charset, and a character code is mapped to the corresponding glyph code of the font by this charset. REPERTORY is a symbol representing a charset or 'nil'. Omitting it is the same as specifying ENCODING as REPERTORY. If it is not 'nil', the charset specifies the repertory of the font, i.e, which character it supports. Otherwise, whether a specific character is supported by the font or not is asked to each font driver. For so called Unicode fonts (registry is 'iso10646-1'), it is recommended to specify 'nil' as REPERTORY because such fonts usually supports only a subset of Unicode characters. COPYRIGHT
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