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mysqld_multi




USAGE

       mysqld_multi         [OPTIONS]         {start|stop|report}
       [GNR,GNR,GNR...]


SYNOPSIS

       mysqld_multi  [--config-file=...]   [--example]   [--help]
       [--log=...]   [--mysqladmin=...]   [--mysqld=...]   [--no-
       log] [--password=...]   [--tcp-ip]  [--user=...]   [--ver­
       sion]


DESCRIPTION

       mysqld_multi

       --config-file=...
              Alternative config file. NOTE: This will not affect
              this programīs own options (group  [mysqld_multi]),
              but  only  groups  [mysqld#].  Without  this option
              everything  will  be  searched  from  the  ordinary
              my.cnf file.

       --example
              Give an example of a config file.

       --help Print this help and exit.

       --log=...
              Log  file.  Full  path  to and the name for the log
              file. NOTE: If the file exists, everything will  be
              appended.

       --mysqladmin=...
              mysqladmin binary to be used for a server shutdown.

       --mysqld=...
              mysqld binary to be used. Note that  you  can  give
              mysqld_safe  to  this  option also. The options are
              passed to mysqld. Just make sure you have mysqld in
              your  environment variable PATH or fix mysqld_safe.

       --no-log
              Print to stdout instead of the log file. By default
              the log file is turned on.

       --password=...
              Password for user for mysqladmin.

       --tcp-ip
              Connect  to the MySQL server(s) via the TCP/IP port
              instead of the UNIX socket. This  affects  stopping
              and  reporting.  If  a  socket file is missing, the
              server may still be running, but  can  be  accessed


SEE ALSO

       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),


AUTHOR

       Ver 1.0, distribution 3.23.29a  Michael  (Monty)  Widenius
       (monty@tcx.se),  TCX  Datakonsult  AB (http://www.tcx.se).
       This software comes with no warranty.  Manual page  by  L.
       (Kill-9)  Pedersen  (kill-9@kill-9.dk),  Mercurmedia  Data
       Model Architect / system  developer  (http://www.mercurme­
       dia.com)

MySQL 4.0                19 December 2000         mysqld_multi(1)
  




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