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myisamlog - display MyISAM log file contents
myisamlog [options] [log_file [tbl_name] ...]
myisamlog processes the contents of a MyISAM log file. Invoke myisamlog like this: shell> myisamlog [options] [log_file [tbl_name] ...] shell> isamlog [options] [log_file [tbl_name] ...] The default operation is update (-u). If a recovery is done (-r), all writes and possibly updates and deletes are done and errors are only counted. The default log file name is myisam.log for myisamlog and isam.log for isamlog if no log_file argument is given. If tables are named on the command line, only those tables are updated. myisamlog supports the following options: · -?, -I Display a help message and exit. · -c N Execute only N commands. · -f N Specify the maximum number of open files. · -i Display extra information before exiting. · -o offset Specify the starting offset. · -p N Remove N components from path. · -r Perform a recovery operation. · -R record_pos_file record_pos Specify record position file and record position. · -u Perform an update operation. · -v Verbose mode. Print more output about what the program does. This option can be given multiple times to produce more and more output. · -w write_file Specify the write file. · -V Display version information.
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