Use something like SQLYog, load your .sql file into the editor, run all the
commands one at a time, or in bulk. Look at the "info" window for what
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Sydney Puente [mailto:sydneypuente@stripped]
> Sent: Tuesday, May 25, 2010 2:39 PM
> To: mysql@stripped
> Subject: source backup.sql - troubleshoot
> I have a mysqldump file created by AutoMySQLBackup.
> And it hangs when I do a
> mysql > source backup.sql
> It is 32 MB - it creates 4 tables and after creation of each
> table it populates it.
> Actually it only creates the 1st table before hanging.
> My first thought is it would be nice to echo each of the
> commands it is executing so I can tell whoch command it is
> that is the problem.
> My second thought is that there must be a quite a few
> troubleshooting techniques i could/should use - except I dont
> know hwtat they are.
> All advice gratefully received!
> BTW Platform redhat 5.2, Server version 5.0.54a-enterprise
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