MYSQL(1) General Commands Manual MYSQL(1)NAME
mysql - text-based client for mysqld, a SQL-based relational database daemon
mysql [-B|--batch] [-#|--debug= logfile] [-T|--debug-info] [-e|--exec= command] [-f|--force] [-?|--help] [-h|--host= hostname]
[-n|--unbuffered] [-p[pwd]] [--password=[pwd]] [-P|--port= pnum] [-q|--quick] [-r|--raw] [-s|--silent] [-S|--socket= snum] [-u|--user=
uname] [-v|--verbose] [-V|--version] [-w|--wait]
The mysql program provides a curses-based interface to the SQL-based database server daemon, mysqld(1). Full fuller documentation, refer
to the HTML documents installed with the package.
Print results with a tab as separator, each row on a new line.
Employ the specified debug log.
Print debug information upon exiting.
-e | --exec=command
Execute the specified command and quit (--batch is implicit).
Continue even if the face of a SQL error.
Display a help message and exit.
Connect to the specified host.
Flush the buffer after each query.
Employ the specified password when connecting to the database server. If a password is not supplied, it will be requested interac-
Employ the specified port number for connecting to the database server.
Do not cache the result; print it row by row. This may slow down the server if the output is suspended.
Write fields without conversion. (used with --batch).
Silent mode: reduce the amount of output.
Employ the specified socket file for connecting to the database server.
Employ the specified user name for logging in to the server.
Verbose mode: write more Specifying this option twice produces a tabular output format.
Print the mysql version number and exit.
Wait and retry if the database server connection is down.
executable shell script for starting mysqld safely
/site/var/mysql/data location of database files
You can also read a backup dump file back into MySQL with:
mysql database < backup-file.sql
isamchk (1), isamlog (1), mysqlaccess (1), mysqladmin (1), mysqlbug (1), mysqld (1), mysqldump (1), mysqlshow (1), msql2mysql (1), perror
(1), replace (1), safe_mysqld (1), which1 (1), zap (1),
Ver 6.3, distribution 3.20.20 Michael (Monty) Widenius (firstname.lastname@example.org), TCX Datakonsult AB (http://www.tcx.se). This software comes with no
warranty. Manual page by R. P. C. Rodgers, Lister Hill National Center for Biomedical Communication, U.S. National Library of Medicine
13 June 1997 MYSQL(1)
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version info :
vi availabe with RHEL 5.4
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