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How to execute a script in MySQL?

I am renting space on 2 servers. On one server I created a script with
sql's "create table .., insert into...". Now I want to execute this
script on the second server. What is a syntax?
I tried from telnet:
dbname < file.sql
where dbname is a name of my db and file.sql is a script, but I got
message "syntax error".
Any idea why?

Thanks,

Zalek
Jul 20 '05 #1
2 2027
<za********@hot mail.com> wrote in message
I am renting space on 2 servers. On one server I created a script with
sql's "create table .., insert into...". Now I want to execute this
script on the second server. What is a syntax?
I tried from telnet:
dbname < file.sql
where dbname is a name of my db and file.sql is a script, but I got
message "syntax error".
Any idea why?


Check out the 'source' command.
Jul 20 '05 #2
<za********@hot mail.com> wrote in message
I am renting space on 2 servers. On one server I created a script with
sql's "create table .., insert into...". Now I want to execute this
script on the second server. What is a syntax?
I tried from telnet:
dbname < file.sql
where dbname is a name of my db and file.sql is a script, but I got
message "syntax error".
Any idea why?


Check out the 'source' command.
Jul 20 '05 #3

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