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From:Dan Nelson Date:November 22 2006 2:37am
Subject:Re: shutdown database but not mysqld
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In the last episode (Nov 22), Alfred Mak said:
> Can I shutdown one of the databases in MySQL but not the whole mysqld
> process (i.e. keeping the other databases still running) ?

"shutdown" would be the wrong word then :)  How about revoking
permissions (either at the mysql or the filesystem level) ?  You could
also flush tables, then rename the database directory somewhere out
mysql's data directory.

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	Dan Nelson
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