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MySQL Instance Manager is been deprecated in MySQL 5.1 and is removed in MySQL 5.5.

The MySQL Instance Manager supports a number of command options. For a brief listing, invoke mysqlmanager with the --help option. Options may be given on the command line or in the Instance Manager configuration file. On Windows, the standard configuration file is my.ini in the directory where Instance Manager is installed. On Unix, the standard file is /etc/my.cnf. To specify a different configuration file, start Instance Manager with the --defaults-file option.

mysqlmanager supports the following options. It also reads option files and supports the options for processing them described at Section 4.2.7, “Command-Line Options that Affect Option-File Handling”.