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Top Forums Shell Programming and Scripting Mysql output to file Post 302998476 by rbatte1 on Friday 2nd of June 2017 11:06:58 AM
Old 06-02-2017
You have a few choices:-
  • Embed a write-to-file command in your SQL
  • Redirect the output to a file.

The SQL write to file for mysql is documented here MySQL :: MySQL 5.7 Reference Manual :: SELECT ... INTO Syntax The gotcha is that the file is local to the database, so if you are connecting to a remote database, it doesn't write the file to your local client disk, so that may not be acceptable. You seem to be connecting to the localhost, so it should work just fine.

In the latter, option would be to add > /path/to/my_output_file into your script. You would put it in place to capture the output from the MYSQL command, although I would have expected this to be actually a mysql command.

You should get away with this:-
echo "End of script"

I hope that this helps,
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