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mysqld_multi(1)                 MySQL database                 mysqld_multi(1)



NAME
       mysqld_multi   - is meant for managing several mysqld processes running
       in(1,8) different UNIX sockets and TCP/IP ports.

USAGE
       mysqld_multi [OPTIONS] {start|stop|report} [GNR,GNR,GNR...]

SYNOPSIS
       mysqld_multi  [--config-file=...]   [--example]  [--help]   [--log=...]
       [--mysqladmin=...]     [--mysqld=...]     [--no-log]   [--password=...]
       [--tcp-ip] [--user=...]  [--version]

DESCRIPTION
       mysqld_multi

       --config-file=...
              Alternative config(1,5) file. NOTE: This will not  affect  this  pro-
              grams  own  options  (group  [mysqld_multi]),  but  only groups
              [mysqld#]. Without this option everything will be searched  from
              the ordinary my.cnf file.

       --example
              Give an example of a config(1,5) file.

       --help Print this help and exit.

       --log=...
              Log  file.  Full path to and the name for the log file. NOTE: If
              the file(1,n) exists, everything will be appended.

       --mysqladmin=...
              mysqladmin binary to be used for a server shutdown.

       --mysqld=...
              mysqld binary to be used. Note that you can give mysqld_safe  to
              this  option  also.  The options are passed to mysqld. Just make
              sure you have mysqld in(1,8) your environment variable  PATH  or  fix
              mysqld_safe.

       --no-log
              Print to stdout instead of the log file. By default the log file(1,n)
              is turned on.

       --password=...
              Password for user for mysqladmin.

       --tcp-ip
              Connect to the MySQL server(s) via the TCP/IP  port  instead  of
              the  UNIX  socket.  This  affects  stopping  and reporting. If a
              socket(2,7,n) file(1,n) is missing, the server may still be running, but can
              be  accessed  only via the TCP/IP port. By default connecting is
              done via the UNIX socket.

       --user=...
              MySQL user for mysqladmin.

       --version
              Print the version(1,3,5) number and exit.

NOTE
       Please see the mysql manual for more detailed information on this.




SEE ALSO
       isamchk(1),  isamlog(1),   mysql(1),   mysqlaccess(1),   mysqladmin(1),
       mysqld(1), mysqld_safe(1), mysqldump(1), mysql_fix_privilege_tables(1),
       mysqlshow(1), mysql_zap(1), perror(1,3)(1), replace(1)

       For more information please refer to the MySQL reference manual,  which
       may  already be installed locally and which is also available online at
       http://www.mysql.com/doc/en/

BUGS
       Please refer to http://bugs.mysql.com/ to report bugs.


AUTHOR
       Ver    1.0,    distribution    4.0.21    Michael    (Monty)    Widenius
       (monty@mysql.com),  MySQL  AB  (http://www.mysql.com/).   This software
       comes  with  no  warranty.   Manual  page  by  L.   (Kill-9)   Pedersen
       (kill-9@kill-9.dk), Mercurmedia Data Model Architect / system developer
       (http://www.mercurmedia.com)







MySQL 4.0                      19 December 2000                mysqld_multi(1)

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