Chapter 5 Manual Pages

Table of Contents

5.1 mysqlauditadmin — Allows users to perform maintenance action on the audit log
5.2 mysqlauditgrep — Allows users to search the current or an archived audit log
5.3 mysqldbcompare — Compare Two Databases and Identify Differences
5.4 mysqldbcopy — Copy Database Objects Between Servers
5.5 mysqldbexport — Export Object Definitions or Data from a Database
5.6 mysqldbimport — Import Object Definitions or Data into a Database
5.7 mysqldiff — Identify Differences Among Database Objects
5.8 mysqldiskusage — Show Database Disk Usage
5.9 mysqlfailover — Automatic replication health monitoring and failover
5.10 mysqlfrm — File reader for .frm files.
5.11 mysqlindexcheck — Identify Potentially Redundant Table Indexes
5.12 mysqlmetagrep — Search Database Object Definitions
5.13 mysqlprocgrep — Search Server Process Lists
5.14 mysqlreplicate — Set Up and Start Replication Between Two Servers
5.15 mysqlrplms — Set Up and Start Replication Among a Slave and Multiple Masters
5.16 mysqlrpladmin — Administration utility for MySQL replication
5.17 mysqlrplcheck — Check Replication Prerequisites
5.18 mysqlrplshow — Show Slaves for Master Server
5.19 mysqlrplsync — Replication synchronization checker
5.20 mysqlserverclone — Clone Existing Server to Create New Server
5.21 mysqlserverinfo — Display Common Diagnostic Information from a Server
5.22 mysqluc — Command line client for running MySQL Utilities
5.23 mysqluserclone — Clone Existing User to Create New User

This chapter includes the manual pages for each of the utilities. Each manual page is formatted similar to a typical Unix man page.