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From:Ligaya A. Turmelle Date:October 10 2006 1:56am
Subject:RE: What's the PHP equivallent of "mysql mydb < somefile.sql"
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I don't know if it will work - but have you tried using SOURCE in the mysql query? 

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From: Daevid Vincent [mailto:daevid@stripped] 
Sent: Tuesday, October 10, 2006 11:01 AM
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Subject: What's the PHP equivallent of "mysql mydb < somefile.sql"

Currently I run an 'updater' script to run through a directory of .sql files using
something like this in PHP:

	$COMMAND = "mysql ".$OPTION['db_prefix'].$db." < ".$mydir.$filename;
	system($COMMAND, $ret);

What would be the equivallent way to to this in a PHP mysql_query(""); way?

I see "LOAD", but that only works for data it seems.
http://dev.mysql.com/doc/refman/5.0/en/load-data.html

These scripts I use have ALTER statements and CREATE and all other types of SQL in them
and almost no data actually.

mySQL 5.0.15


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What's the PHP equivallent of "mysql mydb < somefile.sql"Daevid Vincent10 Oct
Re: What's the PHP equivallent of "mysql mydb < somefile.sql"Chris10 Oct
RE: What's the PHP equivallent of "mysql mydb < somefile.sql"Ligaya A. Turmelle10 Oct
  • RE: What's the PHP equivallent of "mysql mydb < somefile.sql"Daevid Vincent10 Oct
    • Re: What's the PHP equivallent of "mysql mydb < somefile.sql"Chris W10 Oct