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MySQL Command Line Tips


Learn a few tricks to use with the MySQL command line client...
Suppose your new web application is really starting to take off, with new users registering by the hour. Like a stock IPO, chances are you and your colleagues are regularly peeking the user count. But, constantly logging in to and out of MySQL just to execute a simple query is aggravating. However, if you're otherwise logged in to the server, you can create a shell alias that will log in to the MySQL server, select the appropriate database, and execute a specific command:
 read more | mail this link | score:8210 | -Ray, February 7, 2008
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