"Ron McKeever" <rmckeever@stripped> wrote:
> I'm trying to use mysqimport instead of LOAD DATA INFILE from a shell
> script. I notice an option for mysqlimport is not working or im doing it
> This works with LOAD DATA INFILE :
> mysql -e "LOAD DATA INFILE 'x' INTO TABLE x IGNORE 2 LINES"
> but when i try:
> mysqlimport --ignore-lines=2 -uroot -ppassword month 0114.txt
> It says unknown option "--ignore-lines="? Am i doing this wrong?
Your version of mysqlimport doesn't support this option.
--ignore-lines option was added in v4.0.2 of MySQL
> Also will mysqlimport work only if the .txt file is the same name as the
> table in the db( mine is month.Jan04, but the files are always mmdd.txt)
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