mysqlserverinfo

collection of scripts for managing MySQL servers

Install

All systems
curl cmd.cat/mysqlserverinfo.sh
Debian Debian
apt-get install mysql-utilities
Ubuntu
apt-get install mysql-utilities
Fedora
dnf install mysql-utilities
OS X
brew install mysql-utilities
Raspbian
apt-get install mysql-utilities

mysql-utilities

collection of scripts for managing MySQL servers

MySQL Utilities is both a set of command-line utilities as well as a Python library for making the common tasks easy to accomplish. The library is written entirely in Python, meaning that it is not necessary to have any other tools or libraries installed to make it work. MySQL Utilities are intended to make working with servers easier. It is part of the MySQL Workbench. This package provides the following utilities: mysqlauditadmin : maintain the audit log mysqlauditgrep : search an audit log mysqlbinlogmove : move binlog files to a different location mysqldbcompare : check two databases and identify any differences mysqldbcopy : copy databases from one MySQL server to another mysqldbexport : export a list of databases in a variety of formats mysqldbimport : import object definitions or data into a database mysqldiff : identify differences among database objects mysqldiskusage : show disk usage for one or more databases mysqlfabric : server farm management framework mysqlfailover : automatic replication health monitoring and failover mysqlfrm : show CREATE TABLE from .frm files mysqlgrants : privilege display utility mysqlindexcheck : check for redundant or duplicate indexes mysqlmetagrep : search MySQL servers for objects matching a pattern mysqlprocgrep : search MySQL servers for processes matching a pattern mysqlreplicate : setup replication among two MySQL servers mysqlrpladmin : administration utility for MySQL replication mysqlrplcheck : check prerequisities for replication mysqlrplms : establish a multi-source replication topology mysqlrplshow : show slaves attached to a master mysqlrplsync : check the data consistency between master and slaves mysqlserverclone : start a new instance of an existing MySQL server mysqlserverinfo : display common diagnostic information from a server mysqluc : command line client for running MySQL Utilities mysqluserclone : copy a MySQL user to new user(s) on another server