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5.4. mysqlmanager — The MySQL Instance Manager

mysqlmanager is the MySQL Instance Manager (IM). This program is a daemon running on a TCP/IP port that serves to monitor and manage MySQL Database Server instances. MySQL Instance Manager is available for Unix-like operating systems, as well as Windows.

MySQL Instance Manager can be used in place of the mysqld_safe script to start and stop the MySQL Server, even from a remote host. MySQL Instance Manager also implements the functionality (and most of the syntax) of the mysqld_multi script. A more detailed description of MySQL Instance Manager follows.


 
 
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