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MySQL Reference Manual: Documentation from the source [Paperback]

Michael Widenius , David Axmark , Kaj Arno
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Table of Contents

Preface; Chapter 1: General Information; 1.1 About This Manual; 1.2 What Is MySQL?; 1.3 What Is MySQL AB?; 1.4 MySQL Support and Licensing; 1.5 MySQL 4.0 in a Nutshell; 1.6 MySQL Information Sources; 1.7 How Standards-Compatible Is MySQL?; 1.8 MySQL and the Future (the TODO); 1.9 How MySQL Compares to Other Databases; Chapter 2: MySQL Installation; 2.1 Quick Standard Installation of MySQL; 2.2 General Installation Issues; 2.3 Installing a MySQL Source Distribution; 2.4 Post-Installation Setup and Testing; 2.5 Upgrading/Downgrading MySQL; 2.6 Operating System–Specific Notes; 2.7 Perl Installation Comments; Chapter 3: Tutorial Introduction; 3.1 Connecting to and Disconnecting from the Server; 3.2 Entering Queries; 3.3 Creating and Using a Database; 3.4 Getting Information About Databases and Tables; 3.5 Examples of Common Queries; 3.6 Using mysql in Batch Mode; 3.7 Queries from Twin Project; 3.8 Using MySQL with Apache; Chapter 4: Database Administration; 4.1 Configuring MySQL; 4.2 General Security Issues and the MySQL Access Privilege System; 4.3 MySQL User Account Management; 4.4 Disaster Prevention and Recovery; 4.5 Database Administration Language Reference; 4.6 MySQL Localisation and International Usage; 4.7 MySQL Server-Side Scripts and Utilities; 4.8 MySQL Client-Side Scripts and Utilities; 4.9 The MySQL Log Files; 4.10 Replication in MySQL; Chapter 5: MySQL Optimisation; 5.1 Optimisation Overview; 5.2 Optimising SELECTs and Other Queries; 5.3 Locking Issues; 5.4 Optimising Database Structure; 5.5 Optimising the MySQL Server; 5.6 Disk Issues; Chapter 6: MySQL Language Reference; 6.1 Language Structure; 6.2 Column Types; 6.3 Functions for Use in SELECT and WHERE Clauses; 6.4 Data Manipulation: SELECT, INSERT, UPDATE, DELETE; 6.5 Data Definition: CREATE, DROP, ALTER; 6.6 Basic MySQL User Utility Commands; 6.7 MySQL Transactional and Locking Commands; 6.8 MySQL Full-Text Search; 6.9 MySQL Query Cache; Chapter 7: MySQL Table Types; 7.1 MyISAM Tables; 7.2 MERGE Tables; 7.3 ISAM Tables; 7.4 HEAP Tables; 7.5 InnoDB Tables; 7.6 BDB or Berkeley_DB Tables; Chapter 8: MySQL APIs; 8.1 MySQL PHP API; 8.2 MySQL Perl API; 8.3 MySQL ODBC Support; 8.4 MySQL C API; 8.5 MySQL C++ APIs; 8.6 MySQL Java Connectivity (JDBC); 8.7 MySQL Python APIs; 8.8 MySQL Tcl APIs; 8.9 MySQL Eiffel Wrapper; Chapter 9: Extending MySQL; 9.1 MySQL Internals; 9.2 Adding New Functions to MySQL; 9.3 Adding New Procedures to MySQL; Problems and Common Errors; How to Determine What Is Causing Problems; Common Errors When Using MySQL; Installation-Related Issues; Administration-Related Issues; Query-Related Issues; Table Definition-Related Issues; Contributed Programs; APIs; Clients; Web Tools; Performance Benchmarking Tool; Authentication Tools; Converters; Using MySQL with Other Products; Utilities; RPMs for Common Tools (Most Are for RedHat 6.1); Useful Function; Windows Program; Uncategorized; Credits; Developers at MySQL AB; Contributors to MySQL; Supporters to MySQL; Porting to Other Systems; Debugging a MySQL Server; Debugging a MySQL Client; The DBUG Package; Locking Methods; Comments About RTS Threads; Differences Between Different Thread Packages; Environment Variables; MySQL Regular Expressions; Colophon;|

  • Preface
  • Chapter 1: General Information
  • Chapter 2: MySQL Installation
  • Chapter 3: Tutorial Introduction
  • Chapter 4: Database Administration
  • Chapter 5: MySQL Optimisation
  • Chapter 6: MySQL Language Reference
  • Chapter 7: MySQL Table Types
  • Chapter 8: MySQL APIs
  • Chapter 9: Extending MySQL
  • Problems and Common Errors
  • Contributed Programs
  • Credits
  • Porting to Other Systems
  • Environment Variables
  • MySQL Regular Expressions
  • Colophon

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