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       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

              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 sup­
              plied, it will be requested interactively.

              Employ the specified port number 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


       /depot/bin/mysql      executable

       /depot/bin/mysqld     executable

                             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), mysqld_safe  (1),
       which1 (1), zap (1),


       Ver  6.3,  distribution  3.20.20  Michael (Monty) Widenius
       (monty@tcx.se), 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

MySQL 4.0                19 December 2000                mysql(1)



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