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From:Ofer Inbar Date:July 24 2007 2:58pm
Subject:Re: mysql dump help!
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> On 7/24/07, Red Hope <red_hope1@stripped> wrote:

> >mysql>
> >
> >mysql> \R shell>
> >PROMPT set to 'shell>'
> >
> >shell>

It doesn't matter what the prompt says, it's still mysql you're
running here.  When people say "the shell prompt" they don't mean
"make your prompt say the word shell", they mean "the prompt when
you're running the shell".  Your "shell" prompt is still the mysql
prompt, because it is the mysql program's command line.  Make sense?

mysqldump is *not* a mysql command (like select, create table, use, etc.)

mysqldump is a separate program.

In Windows, if I remember correctly, the shell is called cmd.exe, so
you need to run cmd.exe and at its prompt (aka the shell prompt) type
the mysqldump command you want to try.
  -- Cos
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