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23.17. The INFORMATION_SCHEMA PLUGINS Table

The PLUGINS table provides information about server plugins.

INFORMATION_SCHEMA Name SHOW Name Remarks
PLUGIN_NAME Name MySQL extension
PLUGIN_VERSION   MySQL extension
PLUGIN_STATUS Status MySQL extension
PLUGIN_TYPE Type MySQL extension
PLUGIN_TYPE_VERSION   MySQL extension
PLUGIN_LIBRARY Library MySQL extension
PLUGIN_LIBRARY_VERSION   MySQL extension
PLUGIN_AUTHOR   MySQL extension
PLUGIN_DESCRIPTION   MySQL extension

Notes:

  • The PLUGINS table is a non-standard table. It was added in MySQL 5.1.5.


 
 
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