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From:Paul DuBois Date:December 11 1999 3:06pm
Subject:Re: mysqladmin.reload(UNIX) <-> what in PHP
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At 6:17 PM +0700 1999-12-11, Mr. Sidempuan wrote:
>dear all mysql lovers,
>
>I'm using PHP-Apache to Administrating mySQ from Web...
>
>my Question is :
>
>"What function in shuold I use in PhP(Web) to do >  mysqladmin reload ???"
>
>is there any mysqladmin function from php accesss....
>
>any one can help?
>
>regards.

Depends on what you're trying to reload.  You might be able to use
mysql_query() to execute a FLUSH XXX statement, where XXX is the thing
you want to reload.  This requires a version of MySQL recent enough
to support the FLUSH statement (3.22.9).

-- 
Paul DuBois, paul@stripped
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mysqladmin.reload(UNIX) <-> what in PHPMr. Sidempuan11 Dec
Re: mysqladmin.reload(UNIX) <-> what in PHPPaul DuBois11 Dec