I think we are daling with a windows user, who are not
that familiar with a command prompt. Correct me if
i'm wrong. How to get to a point where you would be
able to execute a mysqldump, will depend on what OS
you are running, and how you installed MySQL.
On Tue, July 24, 2007 04:41, Carlos Proal wrote:
> Can you email us the complete command and the error ?
> Red Hope wrote:
>> Well, that went over my head. :) I understand what
>> you're telling me, how to get there, but not how to do
>> it. bleh.
>> When I start up MySQL Command Line Client, I'm always
>> prompted at "mysql>". So I told it to switch from that
>> prompt to "shell>" prompt. It always starts up in
>> "mysql>" prompt. Once I'm in shell, I tried the dump
>> procedure and it kept saying it couldn't connect. So I
>> checked what databases it had, it shows them. I can't
>> even switch to a database because of no connection.
>> I'm not exactly sure why there's no 'connection' at
>> Thanks for trying so hard, Carlos!
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