Microsoft SQL Server Migration Assistant (SSMA) for MySQL is now accessible through a console application at command line. The script files form the input to the application for executing the commands. As a console application, SSMA enables script-level interfacing, reduces the migration cycle, and scales the migration effort.
The MySQL utility is a very popular admin tool; Uniform Server provides a dedicated menu button that directly runs this utility in a console window. The console window displays mysql> where you type MySQL commands, this combination is commonly refered to as the MySQL prompt. From this window the MySQL server can be administered.
Running a MySQL prompt requires a number of steps; you can reduce these by running the Server console and entering the line: mysql.exe --host=127.0.0.1 --port=3306 --user=root --password=roothowever this again requires additional work. The next section introduces MySQL console that remove the above tedium.
A MySQL console window is shown on the right. Note after entering exit and pressing return you are greeted with bye and returned to a server command console window. To re-run a MySQL console first close this server command console window and click the MySQL console button again.
MySQL Workbench provides a visual console to easily administer MySQL environments and gain better visibility into databases. Developers and DBAs can use the visual tools for configuring servers, administering users, performing backup and recovery, inspecting audit data, and viewing database health.Learn more »
With the earlier versions all you had to do was right click on the Wamp server icon and the option to access MySQL console shows up on the side but with Wampserver 3 I haven't been able to figure it out.
I also know that pressing Ctrl+C kills the mysql console and I can then press the up arrow to get the command that executed the console and start it over. but this feels like an over kill (and also renders quite a lot of text to the screen...).
Thus along came GNU Readline and its ilk. GNU Readline is a library that is used by a number of popular programs including the Bourne Again shell and the mysql command. Readline switches the terminal into what is colloquially known by the historical name "raw mode" (the formal name being "non-canonical mode"). The program read()s the characters from the terminal as they are sent, without any intervening processing by the line discipline. Readline does all of the editing, outwith the kernel.
Note: By default, mysqldump command does not dump the information_schema database, performance_schema, and MySQL Cluster ndbinfo database.
There are lots of options and features that can be used with mysqldump. You can view the complete list of options here. I am going to some of the basic features. Following is the syntax of the mysqldump utility.
Restoring a MySQL database using mysqldump is simple. To restore the database, you must create an empty database. First, let us drop and recreate the sakila database by executing the following command.
When you restore the database, instead of using mysqldump, you must use mysql; otherwise, the mysqldump will not generate the schema and the data. Execute the following command to restore the sakila database:
In this tutorial you created a database dump from a MySQL or MariaDB database. You then imported that data dump into a new database. mysqldump has additional settings that you can use to alter how the system creates data dumps. You can learn more about from the official mysqldump documentation page.
The simple way to solve this is to add the --no-tablespaces flag to your mysqldump command, you could also solve this by updating your user privileges. GRANT PROCESS ON *.* TO user@localhost; (note it has to be done on a global level)
Right-click the editing area of the input pane, select Change Dialect, and select Generic SQL. The Generic SQL dialect supports completion and highlighting for SQL keywords, table and column names. Syntax error highlighting is disabled, that is all statements in a query console are shown as syntactically correct).
This article describes how to do common MySQL database administration tasks from the command line using the mysql program. These common tasks include creating and deleting databases, users, and tables.
The previous procedure demonstrates how to create and populate a MySQL database by typing each command interactively with the mysql program. However, you can streamline the process by combining commands into a SQL script file.
The mysql program processes the script file statement by statement. When it finishes, the database and table are created, and the table contains the data you specified in the INSERT statements.
Replace the database name with your actual database name and database backup with the name of the file you would like to create and end it with .sql as the type of file to save your database. This will allow you to restore MySQL Databases Using mysqldump from this backup file at any time.
The command works (connecting to port 3306) no matter what I provide in --port argument. I have two mysql servers running on one machine, and want to connect to the second one by explicitly providing its port number. What's going on? Why does mysql ignore this parameter?
I'll briefly explain how to create a simple database. First, start the MySQL Command Line Client and enter the password that you provided during the installation process. After that, you will see the mysql> command prompt in the window. Try entering the following command and see what happens:
The easiest way to get to kudu console would be to go directly to (replace yoursitename with your actual Web App name) through browser. You can also launch kudu console from Azure portal: Once you get to kudu console, you will need to get source/destination database details. We will need these from both (source/destination) databases:
Go to kudu console and change directory into a folder where you can write and want to put backup files. In this example, i use D:\home\data. Run below command to export after replacing Username,Password,Hostname,port (is 3306 by default) and source_database_name "D:\Program Files\MySQL\MySQL Server 5.1\bin\mysqldump.exe" -uUsername -pPassword -hHostname -P3306 source_database_name > dump.sql or alternatively you can use like this "D:\Program Files\MySQL\MySQL Server 5.1\bin\mysqldump.exe" --user=Username --password=Password --host=Hostname --port=3306 source_database_name > dump.sql
Sitting and doing some evening bed time development is usually not a stressful event. Listening to a calm music and than, in a middle of a chilled out thinking process, awesome, LOUD beep from a PC speaker announcing to my neighbours 10 floors up that I just made a typo when I tried to execute SQL query from mysql console. This awesome feature cased me a heart attack and Wife attack (I got a slap in a head for the attempt of waking my Daughter up). 2b1af7f3a8