You can use on shell, connect at the client mysq -h (host or IP) -p(password)
and run the query:
SELECT a, b, c INTO OUTFILE '/tmp/result.txt'
FIELDS TERMINATED BY ';' OPTIONALLY ENCLOSED BY '"'
LINES TERMINATED BY '\n'
more info see the link
> Date: Wed, 28 Apr 2010 14:11:14 +0200
> From: mavoo@stripped
> To: mysql@stripped
> Subject: remote mysqldump to csv (--tab)
> Hi all,
> posted this in the backup list, but that one seems to be pretty dead, so i'll try my
> luck again here:
> We're currently looking for a way to backup a pretty big mysql table to
> a csv file. However, we don't want to allow the user ssh or file access
> to the server, so it'd have to happen remotely. the --tab/-T option
> allows exporting to csv, but not remotely.
> So we're looking for a way to have mysqldump store these files remotely,
> on the client where mysqldump is executed.
> I've been looking up and down, only to find bad news, so I'm pretty sure
> it's just not possible. I know there are ways to do this (little script
> to convert the sql to csv, or pipe it all through sed), but we were just
> wondering if we're really not overlooking a nifty option in mysqldump :-)
> Thanks in advance
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