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Re: Why does mysqldump not add a drop database?
Posted by: Julio Borges
Date: November 16, 2005 07:09PM

Escuse me to use your time with a so silly question.

What is the output file you obtain with your mysqldump below:

mysqldump --extended-insert=FALSE --add-drop-database=TRUE --add-drop-table=TRUE --disable-keys=TRUE --order-by-primary=TRUE --routines=TRUE --triggers=TRUE --user=phs --verbose=FALSE cachelistener > CacheListener.backup

Would it be cachelistener?? If so, how did you create it??

Thanks a lot

My problem is that I'm using mysqldump with the following syntax:
mysqldump --user username databasename --password

It does ask me for the password and apparentely seems to be doing right but I can not find any output file. I tryed to type a filename at end of the command line but gave me "no such file found" error.

Thanks again.

Julio Borges
Rio de Janeiro - Brazil

Thanks a Lot.

Julio Borges
Rio de Janeiro - Brazil

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