Using Relational Databases on Linux

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This book purports to provide concise and practical recipes for using open-source relational (sql) database systems with the Linux operating system, although the majority of the information should be applicable to any unix-type operating system.

other databases: swordfish

Postgresql ‹↑›

www: www.postgresql.org
the official site
www: http://www.cyberciti.biz/faq/psql-fatal-ident-authentication-failed-for-user/
a good article about authentication problems (i.e. you cant logon)
see http://bumble.sf.net/books/postgresql/postgresql-book.txt

The Mysql Relational Database ‹↑›

Mysql is a very widely-deployed open-source (?) sql database.

Monitor the queries being run by MySQL

 watch -n 1 mysqladmin --user=<user> --password=<password> processlist

Back Ups ‹↑›

Backup all MySQL Databases to individual files

 mysql -e 'show databases' | sed -n '2,$p' | xargs -I DB 'mysqldump DB > DB.sql'

Convert mysql database from latin1 to utf8

 mysqldump --add-drop-table -uroot -p "DB_name" | replace CHARSET=latin1 CHARSET=utf8 | iconv -f latin1 -t utf8 | mysql -uroot -p "DB_name"

Sync MySQL Servers via secure SSH-tunnel

 ssh -f -L3307:127.0.0.1:3306 -N -t -x user@host sleep 600 ; mk-table-sync --execute --verbose u=root,p=xxx,h=127.0.0.1,P=3307 u=root,p=xxx,h=localhost

Tables ‹↑›

Times And Dates ‹↑›

Change date from MM/DD/YYYY to YYYY-MM-DD (mysql like)

 date -d 09/20/1981 +"%Y-%m-%d"

Pulls FTP password out of Plesk database.

 mysql -uadmin -p`cat /etc/psa/.psa.shadow` -e "use psa; select accounts.password from accounts INNER JOIN sys_users ON accounts.id=sys_users.account_id WHERE sys_users.login='xxxx';"

Find out if MySQL is up and listening on Linux

 netstat -tap | grep mysql

Passwordless mysql{,dump,admin} via my.cnf file

 echo -e "[client]\nuser = YOURUSERNAME\npassword = YOURPASSWORD" > ~/.my.cnf

Transfer sqlite3 data to mysql

 sqlite3 mydb.sqlite3 '.dump' | grep -vE '^(BEGIN|COMMIT|CREATE|DELETE)|"sqlite_sequence"' | sed -r 's/"([^"]+)"/`\1`/' | tee mydb.sql | mysql -p mydb

Drop all tables from a database, without deleting it

 MYSQL="mysql -h HOST -u USERNAME -pPASSWORD -D DB_NAME" ; $MYSQL -BNe "show tables" | awk '{print "set foreign_key_checks=0; drop table `" $1 "`;"}' | $MYSQL unset MYSQL

Kill multiple Locked connection by a single user in MYSQL DB

 for i in `mysqladmin -h x.x.x.x --user=root -pXXXX processlist | grep <<username>>| grep <<Locked>>| awk {'print $2'}` do mysqladmin -h x.x.x.x --user=root -pXXX kill $i; done;

Dump mySQL db from Remote Database to Local Database

 mysqldump --host=[remote host] --user=[remote user] --password=[remote password] -C db_name | mysql --host=localhost --user=[local user] --password=[local password] db_name

Export a subset of a database

 mysqldump --where="true LIMIT X" databasename > output.sql

Backup all MySQL Databases to individual files

 for db in $(mysql -e 'show databases' -s --skip-column-names); do mysqldump $db | gzip > "/backups/mysqldump-$(hostname)-$db-$(date +%Y-%m-%d-%H.%M.%S).gz"; done

raw MySQL output to use in pipes

 mysql DATABASE -N -s -r -e 'SQL COMMAND'

Explanation of system and MySQL error codes

 perror NUMBER

Get table column names from an MySQL-database in comma-seperated

 mysql -u<user> -p<password> -s -e 'DESCRIBE <table>' <database> | tail

Determine configure options used for MySQL binary builds

 grep CONFIG $(which mysqlbug)

Show database sql schema from Remote or Local database

 mysqldump -u<dbusername> -p<dbpassword> <databasename> --no-data --tables

command line to optimize all table from a mysql database

 mysql -u uname dbname -e "show tables" | grep -v Tables_in | grep -v "+" | gawk '{print "optimize table " $1 ";"}' | mysql -u uname dbname

Parallel mysql dump restore

 find -print0 | xargs -0 -n 1 -P 4 -I {} sh -c "zcat '{}' | mysql nix"

Count the number of queries to a MySQL server

 echo "SHOW PROCESSLIST\G" | mysql -u root -p | grep "Info:" | awk -F":" '{count[$NF]++}END{for(i in count){printf("%d: %s\n", count[i], i)}}' | sort -n

Export MySQL query as .csv file

 echo "SELECT * FROM table; " | mysql -u root -p${MYSQLROOTPW} databasename | sed 's/\t/","/g;s/^/"/;s/$/"/;s/\n//g' > outfile.csv

Create an SSH tunnel for accessing your remote MySQL database with

 ssh -CNL 3306:localhost:3306 user@site.com

Backup all MySQL Databases to individual files

 for I in `echo "show databases;" | mysql | grep -v Database`; do mysqldump $I > "$I.sql"; done

Monitor server load as well as running MySQL processes

 watch -n 1 uptime\;myqladmin --user=<user> --password=<password> --verbose processlist

Create a mysql database from the command line

 mysqladmin -u username -p create dbname

Display lines with a given string

 look mysql /etc/group

Script para hacer un acopia d ela base de datos mysql

 FECHA=$(date +"%F") FINAL="$FECHA.sql.gz" mysqldump -h localhost -u user --password="pass" --opt jdiaz61_lupajuridica | gzip > /home/jdiaz61/www/backup/$FINAL

Checks all MySQL tables

 myisamchk /path/to/mysql/files/*.MYI

command line to drop all table from a databse

 mysql -u uname dbname -e "show tables" | grep -v Tables_in | grep -v "+" | gawk '{print "drop table " $1 ";"}' | mysql -u uname dbname

Backup a remote database to your local filesystem

 ssh user@host 'mysqldump dbname | gzip' > /path/to/backups/db-backup-`date +%Y-%m-%d`.sql.gz

Load multiple sql script in mysql

 cat schema.sql data.sql test_data.sql | mysql -u user --password=pass dbname

Generate CHECK TABLE statements for all MySQL database tables on a

 DD=`cat /etc/my.cnf | sed "s/#.*//g;" | grep datadir | tr '=' ' ' | gawk '{print $2;}'` && ( cd $DD ; find . -mindepth 2 | grep -v db\.opt | sed 's/\.\///g; s/\....$//g; s/\//./;' | sort | uniq | tr '/' '.' | gawk '{print "CHECK TABLE","`"$1"`",";";}' )

Watch mysql processlist on a remote host

 watch -n 0.5 ssh [user]@[host] mysqladmin -u [mysql_user] -p[password] processlist | tee -a /to/a/file

Top like mysql monitor

 mytop --prompt

show mysql process ids

 mysql -s -e "show processlist" |awk '{print $1}'

get a mysqldump with a timestamp in the filename and gzip it all

 mysqldump [options] |gzip ->mysqldump-$(date +%Y-%m-%d-%H.%M.%S).gz

Convert all MySQL tables and fields to UTF8

 mysql --database=dbname -B -N -e "SHOW TABLES" | awk '{print "ALTER TABLE", $1, "CONVERT TO CHARACTER SET utf8 COLLATE utf8_general_ci;"}' | mysql --database=dbname &

Determine configure options used for MySQL binary builds

 cat `whereis mysqlbug | awk '{print $2}'` | grep 'CONFIGURE_LINE='

Execute all SQL files in a directory

 cat *.sql | mysql <db_name>

Changes standard mysql client output to 'less'.

 echo -e "[mysql]\npager=less -niSFX" >> ~/.my.cnf

Create MySQL-Dump, copy db to other Server and upload the db.

 mysqldump -uUserName -pPassword tudb | ssh root@rootsvr.com "mysql -uUserName -pPassword -h mysql.rootsvr.com YourDBName"

Get a MySQL DB dump from a remote machine

 ssh user@host "mysqldump -h localhost -u mysqluser -pP@$$W3rD databasename | gzip -cf" | gunzip -c > database.sql

mysql DB size

 mysql -u root -pPasswort -e 'select table_schema,round(sum(data_length+index_length)/1024/1024,4) from information_schema.tables group by table_schema;'

Copy a MySQL Database to a new Server via SSH with one command

 mysqldump --add-drop-table --extended-insert --force --log-error=error.log -uUSER -pPASS OLD_DB_NAME | ssh -C user@newhost "mysql -uUSER -pPASS NEW_DB_NAME"

Pulls email password out of Plesk database for given email

 mysql -uadmin -p`cat /etc/psa/.psa.shadow` -e "use psa; select accounts.password FROM accounts JOIN mail ON accounts.id=mail.account_id WHERE mail.mail_name='webmaster';"

Backup all MySQL Databases to individual files

 for I in $(mysql -e 'show databases' -s --skip-column-names); do mysqldump $I | gzip > "$I.sql.gz"; done

Create Encrypted WordPress MySQL Backup without any DB details,

 eval $(sed -e "s/^d[^D]*DB_\([NUPH]\).*',[^']*'\([^']*\)'.*/_\1='\2';/" -e "/^_/!d" wp-config.php) && mysqldump --opt --add-drop-table -u$_U -p$_P -h$_H $_N | gpg -er AskApache >`date +%m%d%y-%H%M.$_N.sqls`

Get column names in MySQL

 mysql -u <user> --password=<password> -e "SHOW COLUMNS FROM <table>" <database> | awk '{print $1}' | tr "\n" "," | sed 's/,$//g'

backup local MySQL database into a folder and removes older then

 mysqldump -uUSERNAME -pPASSWORD database | gzip > /path/to/db/files/db-backup-`date +%Y-%m-%d`.sql.gz ;find /path/to/db/files/* -mtime +5 -exec rm {} \;

positions the mysql slave at a specific master position

 slave start; SELECT MASTER_POS_WAIT('master.000088','8145654'); slave stop;

Analyze, check, auto-repair and optimize Mysql Database

 mysqlcheck -a --auto-repair -c -o -uroot -p [DB]

Sql ‹↑›

create SQL-statements from textfile with awk

 for each in `cut -d " " -f 1 inputfile.txt`; do echo "select * from table where id = \"$each\";"; done

Sqlite ‹↑›

Sqlite is a very small and compact implementation of a relational database which is designed for restricted and embedded environments, such as mobile phones, or small applications which want to save their data somewhere. Sqlite is used by Firefox, for example to store its profile and settings information, among other things.

speed up launch of liferea

 sqlite3 ~/.liferea_1.4/liferea.db 'VACUUM;'

Extract your list of blocked images hosts from Firefox database

 sqlite3 -noheader -list ~/.mozilla/firefox/<your_profile>/permissions.sqlite "select host from moz_hosts where type='image' and permission=2"

Create sqlite db and store image

 sqlite3 img.db "create table imgs (id INTEGER PRIMARY KEY, img BLOB); insert into imgs (img) values (\"$(base64 -w0 /tmp/Q.jpg)\"); select img from imgs where id=1;" | base64 -d -w0 > /tmp/W.jpg

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