At 10:34 -0900 3/16/03, Tim Johnson wrote:
>* Paul DuBois <paul@stripped> [030316 09:59]:
>> At 9:14 -0900 3/16/03, Tim Johnson wrote:
>> >Hello All:
>> > I am using Ver 11.15 Distrib 3.23.41, for redhat-linux-gnu (i386)
>> > I believe that INTO LOCAL OUTFILE is not implemented, but
>> > all the same, I would like to save a selection set into
>> > a local output (text) file. Can someone suggest a way to
>> > use mysqldump to do the same (or any other strategy).
>> > I've tried using the --tab option but get am getting
>> > Errcode: 13
>> There is no analog to INTO LOCAL OUTFILE. You can save the output
>> of a query executed in mysql to a file, which will give you a tab-delimited
>> file. In some cases, that may be sufficient.
>> mysql -e "select * from tbl_name" db_name > output
> Paul, that works just fine. I note that column names
> are inserted as the first line. Is there a way to eliminate
> that? If not, that is just fine.
Yes, use either the --skip-column-names or -N option. Alternatively,
use -ss ("double silent"), but's mainly for versions older then 3.22.20
that don't support --skip-column-names/-N.
> Thank you very much
>Tim Johnson <tim@stripped>