So I am new to MySQL. I created a database where it’s my book collection. It has title, genre, volume, and book type (manga, light novel, regular novel, etc.). Here’s my code so far for creating the database and adding data.
I’m trying to learn how to use mysql from the command line but I’m running into problems. Typing a simple
SHOW VARIABLES results in me getting a
-> prompt and no output. Pic below:
After googling around, I cannot find a way to create a new table with a
DATETIME column with the default format set to ‘
I am moving away from Linode because I don’t have the Linux sysadmin skills necessary; before I complete the transition to a more noob-friendly service, I need to download the contents of a MySQL database. Is there a way I can do this from the command line?
How can I see the list of the stored procedures or stored functions in mysql command line like
show tables; or
show databases; commands.
How do I drop all tables in Windows MySQL, using command prompt? The reason I want to do this is that our user has access to the database drops, but no access to re-creating the database itself, for this reason we must drop the tables manually. Is there a way to drop all the tables … Read more
I’d like to avoid mysqldump since that outputs in a form that is only convenient for mysql to read. CSV seems more universal (one file per table is fine). But if there are advantages to mysqldump, I’m all ears. Also, I’d like something I can run from the command line (linux). If that’s a mysql script, pointers to how to make such a thing would be helpful.
I installed mySQL on my Mac. Beside starting the SQL server with mySQL.prefPane tool installed in System Preferences, I want to know the instructions to start from command-line.
I do as follows:
I’m using PuTTY to run:
I want to get headerless CSV data from the output of a query to MySQL on the command line. I’m running this query on a different machine from the MySQL server, so all those Google answers with “INTO OUTFILE” are no good.