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Mysql Commands

December 28th, 2011 Leave a comment Go to comments

Mysql Commands:

How to check mysql connection or login to your Database using shell
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[email protected][#] mysql -u username -p
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it will ask for password then provide the correct password.

 

Create Database on the Mysql Server
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mysql> create database [databasename];
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ex : mysql>create database Dresses;

 

List all databases on the sql server.
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mysql> show databases;
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To List all tables in the Database.

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mysql> show tables;
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To check the table Constraints or Describe table
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mysql> describe [table name];
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To Delete a Database
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mysql> drop database [database name];
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To delete a table.
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mysql> drop table [table name];
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Command to give privileges to the user

[email protected][#]mysql

grant all privileges on test_wrdp1.* to [email protected] identified by ‘test123’;

database name = test_wrdp1
db user name = test_wrdp1
db pass = test123

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