[lug] mysql table creation scripts
stimits at idcomm.com
Sun Jun 10 22:36:28 MDT 2001
Ok, partial update here. I failed to restart the server or otherwise
tell it to read the user data again, so this part is working correctly
now. But I am still in need of a more automated means of loading various
db's via the dump scripts, so I need suggestions there (mysqldump
creates text data files and sql scripts for creation of table
structures). Do people here actually go to the trouble of mouse copy of
.sql scripts? There must be a better mousetrap out there somewhere
(SELECT * FROM mousetrap WHERE food NOT NULL).
D. Stimits, stimits at idcomm.com
"D. Stimits" wrote:
> This seems like it should be easier, but I am trying to take a mysql
> dump from one install, and load it into another (boot on one drive,
> dump, reboot and change hard drive slots in between so the new one
> boots...then mount old one for access to dump files).
> The dump results in sql files for creation of tables, as well as txt
> files for the actual data. When I did a LOAD FROM INFILE for the mysql
> users, it added the users, but failed to actually force them to use the
> passwords they were assigned (possibly, loading one table at a time,
> this won't work?). Despite the user table being an exact duplicate (as
> far as I can see), and that table being set with passwords, initial use
> of that user works only *without* a pass. Use of a pass causes failure.
> I must manually use mysqladmin to actually create passwords, it is
> ignoring the user table it seems.
> There are also dumps of table structures in several databases of the
> mysql system, which I'd like to use to recreate, but I also do not want
> to use mouse copy and paste if not needed. I can use the LOAD command
> for actual data, but does anyone here know if I can directly source a
> file for SQL commands (the table creation scripts)?
> Does anyone have an idea of a better way to use a mysqldump to make a
> duplicate of that dump on another machine with a freshly installed
> system? Updating passwords one at a time, mouse pasting table creation,
> so on, seems rather inefficient. And although LOAD of data from the
> dumped .txt files isn't entirely bad, it seems that there should be a
> mechanism in place that is the reverse of a dump, and it looks like
> maybe mysqlimport would still require manually listing files one at a
> time in nearly the same way as I have been doing it. What advice is
> there on use of a dump for duplication?
> D. Stimits, stimits at idcomm.com
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