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From:Scott C Harrison Date:September 14 2007 3:40pm
Subject:RE: List all databases from command line
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You can also use --skip-column-names to make the output a little
cleaner.

Peace,
Scott

-----Original Message-----
From: Bonnett, John [mailto:John.Bonnett@stripped] 
Sent: Friday, September 14, 2007 2:32 AM
To: jj@stripped; win32@stripped
Subject: RE: List all databases from command line

Something like

mysql -u root -p --execute="SHOW Databases" mysql 

Should get you what you want. There may be some other options to give
you the output in a form and place that suits you.

John Bonnett

-----Original Message-----
From: Jim [mailto:jj@stripped] 
Sent: Friday, 14 September 2007 3:38 PM
To: win32@stripped
Subject: List all databases from command line

We use a simple batch file for backups that does a mysqldump on each
database on our MySQL 5.0 server.  When we create a new database on the
server, though, we need to modify the batch file, which is easy to
forget.

Is there a way, using a command-line program, that I can get a list of
all databases on the server so that I can loop over the list and backup
each one? 



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List all databases from command lineJim14 Sep
  • RE: List all databases from command lineJohn Bonnett14 Sep
    • RE: List all databases from command lineScott C Harrison14 Sep
  • Re: List all databases from command lineJim14 Sep