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mysql_find_rows - extract SQL statements from files
mysql_find_rows [options] [file_name ...]
mysql_find_rows reads files containing SQL statements and extracts statements that match a given regular expression or that contain USE db_name or SET statements. The utility expects statements to be terminated with semicolon (;) characters. Invoke mysql_find_rows like this: shell> mysql_find_rows [options] [file_name ...] Each file_name argument should be the name of file containing SQL statements. If no file names are given, mysql_find_rows reads the standard input. Examples: mysql_find_rows --regexp=problem_table --rows=20 < update.log mysql_find_rows --regexp=problem_table update-log.1 update-log.2 mysql_find_rows supports the following options: · --help, --Information Display a help message and exit. · --regexp=pattern Display queries that match the pattern. · --rows=N Quit after displaying N queries. · --skip-use-db Do not include USE db_name statements in the output. · --start_row=N Start output from this row.
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