Re: Dumping database names from bash with exclusion
- Date: Wed, 1 Apr 2015 16:14:21 -0800
- From: Tim Johnson <tim@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: Dumping database names from bash with exclusion
* hsv@xxxxxxxx <hsv@xxxxxxxx> [150401 15:22]:
> On 2015/04/01 16:09, Tim Johnson wrote:
> >Using Mysql 5 on darwin (OS x).
> >This command
> >SELECT schema_name FROM information_schema.schemata WHERE
> >schema_name NOT IN
> >as executed from the mysql prompt gives me a dump of all databases
> >except those not included in the tuple.
> >This command
> >mysql -uroot -p****** -e "SELECT schema_name FROM
> >information_schema.schemata WHERE schema_name NOT IN
> >gives me a a dump of the entire mysql help screen, _not_ the
> >databases I am after.
> Interesting ... when I try it, I get the output that, I suspect, you
> want. Since mine is Windows cmd-line, I put it all on one line, but I
> believe that all Unix-likes let one continue a string until finished.
> When I break the "e"-string off, I get a syntax error, as if entered
> from the MySQL command prompt, semicolon too soon. I cannot get the
> output that you describe unless I slip question-mark in.
Thanks for the reply.
I haven't gotten any simple -e or --execute= options to work on my
Mac. I've got a dual-boot setup, so booted into ubuntu 14.04 and
-e'command' works for any test that I tried.
I'd chalk it up to version or an OS difference, and my need is
easy to be met with another approach.
tim at tee jay forty nine dot com or akwebsoft dot com
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