myisamlog − display MyISAM log file contents
myisamlog [options] [log_file [tbl_name] ...]
myisamlog processes the contents of a MyISAM log file. To create such a file, start the server with a −−log−isam=log_file option.
Invoke myisamlog like this:
myisamlog [options] [file_name [tbl_name] ...]
The default operation is update (−u). If a recovery is done (−r), all writes and possibly updates and deletes are done and errors are only counted. The default log file name is myisam.log if no log_file argument is given. If tables are named on the command line, only those tables are updated.
myisamlog supports the following options:
• −?, −I
Display a help message and exit.
• −c N
Execute only N commands.
• −f N
Specify the maximum number of open files.
• −F filepath/
Specify the file path with a trailing slash.
Display extra information before exiting.
• −o offset
Specify the starting offset.
• −p N
Remove N components from path.
Perform a recovery operation.
• −R record_pos_file record_pos
Specify record position file and record position.
Perform an update operation.
Verbose mode. Print more output about what the program does. This option can be given multiple times to produce more and more output.
• −w write_file
Specify the write file.
Display version information.
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