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       myloader - multi-threaded MySQL loader


       myloader --directory = /path/to/mydumper/backup [OPTIONS]


       myloader is a tool used for multi-threaded restoration of mydumper backups.


       The myloader tool has several available options:

       --help, -?
              Show help text

              Use the given option file. If the file does not exist or is otherwise inaccessible,
              no failure occurs

       --host, -h
              Hostname of MySQL server to connect to (default localhost)

       --user, -u
              MySQL username with the correct privileges to execute the restoration

       --password, -p
              The corresponding password for the MySQL user

       --port, -P
              The port for the MySQL connection.

                 For localhost TCP connections use for --host.

       --socket, -S
              The UNIX domain socket file to use for the connection

       --threads, -t
              The number of threads to use for restoring data, default is 4

       --version, -V
              Show the program version and exit

       --compress-protocol, -C
              Use client protocol compression for connections to the MySQL server

       --directory, -d
              The directory of the mydumper backup to restore

       --database, -B
              An alternative database to load the dump into

                 For use with single database dumps.  When using with multi-database  dumps  that
                 have  duplicate  table  names  in  more  than  one database it may cause errors.
                 Alternatively   this   scenario   may   give    unpredictable    results    with

       --source-db, -s
              Database to restore, useful in combination with –database

       --queries-per-transaction, -q
              Number  of  INSERT  queries  to  execute per transaction during restore, default is

       --overwrite-tables, -o
              Drop any existing tables when restoring schemas

       --enable-binlog, -e
              Log the data loading in the MySQL binary log if enabled (off by default)

       --verbose, -v
              The verbosity of messages.  0 = silent, 1  =  errors,  2  =  warnings,  3  =  info.
              Default is 2.


       Andrew Hutchings


       2018, Andrew Hutchings