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OpenSolaris 2009.06 - man page for mysqld (opensolaris section 1)

mysqld(1)				  MySQL database				mysqld(1)

       mysqld - The MySQL server demon

       mysqld [OPTIONS]

       mysqld	[--ansi]   [-b|--basedir=path]	 [--big-tables]   [--bind-address=IP]  [--charac-
       ter-sets-dir=path] [--chroot=path]  [-h|--datadir=path]	[--default-character-set=charset]
       [--default-table-type=type]	[--delay-key-write-for-all-tables]     [--enable-locking]
       [-T|--exit-info]    [--flush]	[-?|--help]    [--init-file=file]     [-L|--language=...]
       [-l|--log[=file]]  [--log-isam[=file]]  [--log-slow-queries[=file]]  [--log-update[=file]]
       [--log-long-format]    [--low-priority-updates]	   [--memlock]	   [	 --myisam-recover
       [=option[,option...]]]	where  option  is  one	of  DEFAULT,  BACKUP,  FORCE  or  QUICK.]
       [--pid-file=path] [-P|--port=...]  [-o|--old-protocol] [--one-thread]  [-O|--set-variable-
       var=option]  [-Sg|--skip-grant-tables] [--safe-mode] [--secure] [--skip-concurrent-insert]
       [--skip-delay-key-write]   [--skip-locking]   [--skip-name-resolve]    [--skip-networking]
       [--skip-new]	[--skip-host-cache]    [--skip-show-database]	 [--skip-thread-priority]
       [--socket=path] [-t|--tmpdir=path] [-u|--user=user_name] [-V|--version]

       --ansi Use ANSI SQL syntax instead of MySQL syntax. See section 5.2 Running MySQL in  ANSI

	      Path to installation directory. All paths are usually resolved relative to this.

	      Allow  big  result sets by saving all temporary sets on file. It solves most 'table
	      full' errors, but also slows down the queries where in-memory tables would suffice.
	      Since  Version  3.23.2,  MySQL is able to solve it automaticaly by using memory for
	      small temporary tables and switching to disk tables where necessary.

	      IP address to bind to.

	      Directory where character sets are. See section 10.1.1 The Character Set	Used  for
	      Data and Sorting.

	      Chroot mysqld daemon during startup. Recommended security measure. It will somewhat
	      limit LOAD DATA INFILE and SELECT ... INTO OUTFILE though.

	      Path to the database root.

	      Set the default character set. See section 10.1.1 The Character Set Used	for  Data
	      and Sorting.

	      Set the default table type for tables. See section 8 MySQL Table Types.

	      Don't  flush key buffers between writes for any MyISAM table. See Mysql Manual sec-
	      tion 12.2.3 Tuning Server Parameters.

	      Enable system locking.

	      Print some debug info at exit.

	      Flush all changes to disk after each SQL command. Normally MySQL only does a  write
	      of  all changes to disk after each SQL command and lets the operating system handle
	      the syncing to disk. See section 20.2 What to Do if MySQL Keeps Crashing.

	      Display short help and exit.

	      Read SQL commands from this file at startup.

	      Client error messages in given language. May be given as a  full	path.  See  Mysql
	      Manual section 10.1 What Languages Are Supported by MySQL?.

	      Log connections and queries to file.

	      Log all ISAM/MyISAM changes to file (only used when debugging ISAM/MyISAM).

	      Log  all	queries  that  have taken more than long_query_time seconds to execute to
	      file. See Mysql Manual section 21.5 The Slow Query Log.

	      Log updates to file.# where # is a unique number if not  given.  See  Mysql  Manual
	      section 21.3 The Update Log.

	      Log  some extra information to update log. If you are using --log-slow-queries then
	      queries that are not using indexes are logged to the slow query log.

	      Table-modifying operations (INSERT/DELETE/UPDATE) will  have  lower  priority  than
	      selects.	It can also be done via {INSERT | REPLACE | UPDATE | DELETE} LOW_PRIORITY
	      ... to lower the priority of only  one  query,  or  by  SET  OPTION  SQL_LOW_PRIOR-
	      ITY_UPDATES=1  to  change  the  priority	in  one  thread. See Mysql Manual section
	      12.2.9 Table Locking Issues.

	      Lock the mysqld process in memory. This works only  if  your  system  supports  the
	      mlockall()  system  call.  This  may help if you have a problem where the operating
	      system is causing mysqld to swap on disk.

	--myisam-recover [=option[,option...]]] where option is one of DEFAULT, BACKUP, FORCE  or
	      If this option is used, mysqld will on open check if the table is marked as crashed
	      or if if the table wasn't closed properly (The last option only works  if  you  are
	      running  with --skip-locking). If this is the case mysqld will run check on the ta-
	      ble. If the table was corrupted, mysqld will attempt to repair  it.  The	following
	      options affects how the repair works.  DEFAULT The same as not giving any option to
	      --myisam-recover.  BACKUP If the data table was  changed	during	recover,  save	a
	      backup  of  the `table_name.MYD' data file as `table_name-datetime.BAK'.	FORCE Run
	      recover even if we will loose more than one row from the .MYD  file.   QUICK  Don't
	      check  the  rows	in the table if there isn't any delete blocks.	Before a table is
	      automaticly repaired, mysqld will add a note about this in the error  log.  If  you
	      want  to	be able to recover from most things without user intervention, you should
	      use the options BACKUP,FORCE. This will force a repair of a table even if some rows
	      would  be  deleted,  but it will keep the old data file as a backup so that you can
	      later examine what happened.

	      Path to pid file used by mysqld_safe.

	      Port number to listen for TCP/IP connections.

	      Use the 3.20 protocol for compatibility with some very old clients. See Mysql  Man-
	      ual section  4.17.3 Upgrading from Version 3.20 to Version 3.21.

	      Only  use  one  thread  (for  debugging under Linux). See Mysql Manual section  H.1
	      Debugging a MySQL server.

       -O| --set-variable var=option
	      Give a variable a value. --help lists variables. You can find  a	full  description
	      for  all	variables  in the SHOW VARIABLES section in this manual. See Mysql Manual
	      section  7.28.4 SHOW VARIABLES.  The  tuning  server  parameters	section  includes
	      information  of  how  to	optimize  these.  See Mysql Manual section  12.2.3 Tuning
	      Server Parameters.

	      This option causes the server not to use the privilege system at	all.  This  gives
	      everyone	full  access  to  all  databases! (You can tell a running server to start
	      using the grant tables again by executing mysqladmin flush-privileges or mysqladmin

	      Skip some optimize stages. Implies --skip-delay-key-write.

	      IP  numbers  returned  by  the gethostbyname() system call are checked to make sure
	      they resolve back to the original hostname. This makes it harder for someone on the
	      outside  to get access by pretending to be another host. This option also adds some
	      sanity checks of hostnames. The option is turned off by default  in  MySQL  Version
	      3.21  because sometimes it takes a long time to perform backward resolutions. MySQL
	      Version 3.22 caches hostnames (unless  --skip-host-cache	is  used)  and	has  this
	      option enabled by default.

	      Turn  off the ability to select and insert at the same time on MyISAM tables. (This
	      is only to be used if you think you have found a bug in this feature).

	      Ignore the delay_key_write option for all tables. See Mysql Manual section   12.2.3
	      Tuning Server Parameters.

	      Don't  use  system  locking.  To	use  isamchk  or myisamchk you must shut down the
	      server. See Mysql Manual section	1.6 How Stable Is MySQL?. Note that in MySQL Ver-
	      sion 3.23 you can use REPAIR and CHECK to repair/check MyISAM tables.

	      Hostnames  are  not resolved. All Host column values in the grant tables must be IP
	      numbers or localhost.

	      Don't listen for TCP/IP connections at all. All interaction  with  mysqld  must  be
	      made  via  Unix  sockets.  This option is highly recommended for systems where only
	      local requests are allowed. However, this option is unsuitable for systems that use
	      MIT-pthreads, because the MIT-pthreads package doesn't support Unix sockets.

	      Don't use new, possible wrong routines. Implies --skip-delay-key-write

	      Never  use  host	name cache for faster name-ip resolution, but query DNS server on
	      every connect instead.

	      Don't allow 'SHOW DATABASE' commands, unless the user has process privilege.

	      Disable using thread priorities for faster response time.

	      Socket file to use for local connections instead of default /tmp/mysql.sock.

	      Path for temporary files. It may be useful if your default /tmp  directory  resides
	      on a partition too small to hold temporary tables.

	      Run  mysqld daemon as user user_name. This option is mandatory when starting mysqld
	      as root.

	      Output version information and exit.

       isamchk(1),  isamlog(1),   mysql(1),   mysqlaccess(1),	mysqladmin(1),	 mysqld_multi(1),
       mysqld_safe(1),	mysqldump(1),  mysql_fix_privilege_tables(1), mysqlshow(1), mysql_zap(1),
       perror(1), replace(1)

       For more information please refer to the MySQL reference  manual,  which  may  already  be
       installed locally and which is also available online at http://www.mysql.com/doc/en/

       Please refer to http://bugs.mysql.com/ to report bugs.

       Ver  1.0,  distribution	4.0.24	Michael  (Monty)  Widenius  (monty@mysql.com),	MySQL  AB
       (http://www.mysql.com/).  This software	comes  with  no  warranty.   Manual  page  by  L.
       (Kill-9)  Pedersen (kill-9@kill-9.dk), Mercurmedia Data Model Architect / system developer

       See attributes(5) for descriptions of the following attributes:

       |  ATTRIBUTE TYPE    |	       ATTRIBUTE VALUE		 |
       |Availability	    | SUNWmysqlr, SUNWmysqlu, SUNWmysqlt |
       |Interface Stability | External				 |
       Source for mysql is available on http://opensolaris.org.

MySQL 4.0				 19 December 2000				mysqld(1)

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