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Linux Korn Shell 93 Connecting to a networked MySQL database.

mm
I have several korn shell scripts I use with a MySQL database on the
same server (Solaris). I am moving to a Linux environment where the
MySQL database is on another server. I would like to convert the
database connection code to connect to the database on another Linux
server. I see alot of information on Perl DBI CLI and PHP DBI CLI but

cannot find any examples of Korn Shell connecting to a database on
another server.

Is there a way to accomplish a network connection to a MySQL database
from Korn Shell? Any examples or information would be much
appreciated!

mm

Feb 9 '06 #1
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"mm" <un**********@yahoo.com> wrote in message
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Is there a way to accomplish a network connection to a MySQL database
from Korn Shell? Any examples or information would be much
appreciated!


I'm not sure I understand how you are accessing the MySQL database from Korn
shell. Are you simply using the command-line tools that come with MySQL?
For instance, mysql, mysqldump, mysqladmin, etc.

Most of the command-line tools support a "-h hostname" option with which you
can specify a remote host on which to perform the MySQL operations.

Regards,
Bill K.
Feb 9 '06 #2

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