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MySQL 5.6 Reference Manual  /  Command Index

Command Index

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C

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CMake

Section 10.3, “Adding a Character Set”
Section 18.2.2.4, “Building MySQL Cluster from Source on Linux”
Section 6.3.9.2, “Building MySQL with Support for Secure Connections”
Section B.5.2.17, “Can't initialize character set”
Section 18.2.3.2, “Compiling and Installing MySQL Cluster from Source on Windows”
Section 24.2.4.3, “Compiling and Installing Plugin Libraries”
Section 10.1.6, “Configuring the Character Set and Collation for Applications”
Section 2.9.5, “Dealing with Problems Compiling MySQL”
Section 2.12, “Environment Variables”
Section B.5.3.6, “How to Protect or Change the MySQL Unix Socket File”
Section 14.12, “InnoDB Startup Options and System Variables”
Section 2.9, “Installing MySQL from Source”
Section 2.9.3, “Installing MySQL Using a Development Source Tree”
Section 2.9.2, “Installing MySQL Using a Standard Source Distribution”
Chapter 18, MySQL Cluster NDB 7.3 and MySQL Cluster NDB 7.4
Section 18.5.4, “MySQL Server Usage for MySQL Cluster”
Section 24.3, “MySQL Services for Plugins”
Section 2.9.4, “MySQL Source-Configuration Options”
Section 22.2.1, “Performance Schema Build Configuration”
Section 5.5.3, “Running Multiple MySQL Instances on Unix”
Section 6.1.6, “Security Issues with LOAD DATA LOCAL”
Section 10.1.4.1, “Server Character Set and Collation”
Section 5.1.3, “Server Command Options”
Section 5.1.4, “Server System Variables”
Section 15.5, “The ARCHIVE Storage Engine”
Section 15.6, “The BLACKHOLE Storage Engine”
Section 15.9, “The EXAMPLE Storage Engine”
Section 15.8, “The FEDERATED Storage Engine”
Section 1.3.2, “The Main Features of MySQL”
Section 5.6, “Tracing mysqld Using DTrace”
Section 24.4.2.5, “UDF Compiling and Installing”
Section 4.2.6, “Using Option Files”
Section 18.1.4.1, “What is New in MySQL Cluster NDB 7.3”
Section B.5.3.3, “What to Do If MySQL Keeps Crashing”

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E

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G

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H

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I

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K

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L

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M

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memcached

Section 14.18.5.2, “Adapting a memcached Application for the InnoDB memcached Plugin”
Section 14.18.5.1, “Adapting an Existing MySQL Schema for the InnoDB memcached Plugin”
Section 14.18.5.5, “Adapting DML Statements to memcached Operations”
Section 16.3.3.1, “Basic memcached Operations”
Section 14.18.1, “Benefits of the InnoDB memcached Plugin”
Section 14.18.5.4, “Controlling Transactional Behavior of the InnoDB memcached Plugin”
Section 16.3.2.3, “Data Expiry”
Section 16.1.3, “Deploying a MySQL Database Using EC2”
Section 16.3.3, “Developing a memcached Application”
Section 16.3.4, “Getting memcached Statistics”
Section 14.18.2, “InnoDB memcached Architecture”
Section 14.18, “InnoDB memcached Plugin”
Section 14.18.7, “InnoDB memcached Plugin Internals”
Section 14.12, “InnoDB Startup Options and System Variables”
Section 16.3.1, “Installing memcached
Section 16.3.3.3.6, “libmemcached Command-Line Utilities”
Section 16.3.3.3.3, “libmemcached Set Functions”
Section 16.3.2.1, “memcached Deployment”
Section 16.3.4.5, “memcached Detail Statistics”
Section 16.3.5, “memcached FAQ”
Section 16.3.4.1, “memcached General Statistics”
Section 16.3.2.4, “memcached Hashing/Distribution Types”
Section 16.3.4.3, “memcached Item Statistics”
Section 16.3.2.8, “memcached Logs”
Section 16.3.4.4, “memcached Size Statistics”
Section 16.3.4.2, “memcached Slabs Statistics”
Section 16.3.2.7, “memcached Thread Support”
Section 16.3.2.6, “Memory Allocation within memcached
Section 18.1.1, “MySQL Cluster Core Concepts”
MySQL Glossary
Section 2.9.4, “MySQL Source-Configuration Options”
Section 14.18.5.6, “Performing DML and DDL Statements on the Underlying InnoDB Table”
Section 14.18.4, “Security Considerations for the InnoDB memcached Plugin”
Section 16.1.1, “Setting Up MySQL on an EC2 AMI”
Section 14.18.3, “Setting Up the InnoDB memcached Plugin”
Section 14.18.6, “The InnoDB memcached Plugin and Replication”
Section 14.18.8, “Troubleshooting the InnoDB memcached Plugin”
Section 14.18.5.3, “Tuning InnoDB memcached Plugin Performance”
Section 16.3.3.3, “Using libmemcached with C and C++”
Section 16.3.2, “Using memcached
Section 16.3.2.5, “Using memcached and DTrace”
Section 16.3.3.2, “Using memcached as a MySQL Caching Layer”
Section 16.3.4.6, “Using memcached-tool
Section 16.3.3.8, “Using MySQL and memcached with Java”
Section 16.3.3.4, “Using MySQL and memcached with Perl”
Section 16.3.3.6, “Using MySQL and memcached with PHP”
Section 16.3.3.5, “Using MySQL and memcached with Python”
Section 16.3.3.7, “Using MySQL and memcached with Ruby”
Section 16.3, “Using MySQL with memcached
Section 16.3.2.2, “Using Namespaces”
Section 16.3.3.9, “Using the memcached TCP Text Protocol”
Section 1.4, “What Is New in MySQL 5.6”
Section 14.18.5, “Writing Applications for the InnoDB memcached Plugin”

memcached-1.2.5 directory:

Section 16.3.1, “Installing memcached

myisamchk

Section 13.7.2.1, “ANALYZE TABLE Syntax”
Section 8.6.2, “Bulk Data Loading for MyISAM Tables”
Section 10.5, “Character Set Configuration”
Section 13.7.2.2, “CHECK TABLE Syntax”
Section 15.2.3.3, “Compressed Table Characteristics”
Section 15.2.4.1, “Corrupted MyISAM Tables”
Section 7.2, “Database Backup Methods”
Section 24.5.1, “Debugging a MySQL Server”
Section 13.2.2, “DELETE Syntax”
Section 15.2.3.2, “Dynamic Table Characteristics”
Section 8.8.2, “EXPLAIN Output Format”
Section 8.11.5, “External Locking”
Section 12.9.6, “Fine-Tuning MySQL Full-Text Search”
Section 7.6.2, “How to Check MyISAM Tables for Errors”
Section 7.6.3, “How to Repair MyISAM Tables”
Section 1.6, “How to Report Bugs or Problems”
Section 8.3.7, “InnoDB and MyISAM Index Statistics Collection”
Section C.10.3, “Limits on Table Size”
Section 13.7.6.5, “LOAD INDEX INTO CACHE Syntax”
Section 19.3.4, “Maintenance of Partitions”
Section 24.5.1.7, “Making a Test Case If You Experience Table Corruption”
Section 15.2.1, “MyISAM Startup Options”
Section 7.6, “MyISAM Table Maintenance and Crash Recovery”
Section 7.6.4, “MyISAM Table Optimization”
Section 15.2.3, “MyISAM Table Storage Formats”
Section 4.6.3.2, “myisamchk Check Options”
Section 4.6.3.1, “myisamchk General Options”
Section 4.6.3.6, “myisamchk Memory Usage”
Section 4.6.3.3, “myisamchk Repair Options”
Section 4.6.3, “myisamchk — MyISAM Table-Maintenance Utility”
Section 4.6.5, “myisampack — Generate Compressed, Read-Only MyISAM Tables”
Section 4.5.3, “mysqlcheck — A Table Maintenance Program”
Section 4.6.10, “mysqlhotcopy — A Database Backup Program”
Section 4.6.3.5, “Obtaining Table Information with myisamchk”
Section 8.6.1, “Optimizing MyISAM Queries”
Section 4.6.3.4, “Other myisamchk Options”
Section 4.1, “Overview of MySQL Programs”
Section 15.2.4.2, “Problems from Tables Not Being Closed Properly”
Section 13.7.2.5, “REPAIR TABLE Syntax”
Section 19.6, “Restrictions and Limitations on Partitioning”
Section 5.1.3, “Server Command Options”
Section 7.6.5, “Setting Up a MyISAM Table Maintenance Schedule”
Section 13.7.5.23, “SHOW INDEX Syntax”
Section 13.7.5.37, “SHOW TABLE STATUS Syntax”
Section 8.6.3, “Speed of REPAIR TABLE Statements”
Section 15.2.3.1, “Static (Fixed-Length) Table Characteristics”
Section 8.12.1, “System Factors and Startup Parameter Tuning”
Section 1.3.2, “The Main Features of MySQL”
Section 15.2, “The MyISAM Storage Engine”
Section 7.6.1, “Using myisamchk for Crash Recovery”
Section 24.5.1.6, “Using Server Logs to Find Causes of Errors in mysqld”
Section 8.12.4.2, “Using Symbolic Links for MyISAM Tables on Unix”
Section B.5.3.3, “What to Do If MySQL Keeps Crashing”

mysql

Section 1.7.2.4, “'--' as the Start of a Comment”
Section 18.5.13.2, “Adding MySQL Cluster Data Nodes Online: Basic procedure”
Section 18.5.13.3, “Adding MySQL Cluster Data Nodes Online: Detailed Example”
Section 18.5.13.1, “Adding MySQL Cluster Data Nodes Online: General Issues”
Section 6.3.2, “Adding User Accounts”
Section 13.1.7.1, “ALTER TABLE Partition Operations”
Section 7.1, “Backup and Recovery Types”
Section 13.6.1, “BEGIN ... END Compound-Statement Syntax”
Section 4.2.7, “Command-Line Options that Affect Option-File Handling”
Section 18.5.2, “Commands in the MySQL Cluster Management Client”
Section 9.6, “Comment Syntax”
Section 18.3, “Configuration of MySQL Cluster”
Section 6.3.9.4, “Configuring MySQL to Use Secure Connections”
Section 14.4.11.2, “Configuring Non-Persistent Optimizer Statistics Parameters”
Section 10.1.6, “Configuring the Character Set and Collation for Applications”
Section 3.1, “Connecting to and Disconnecting from the Server”
Section 4.2.2, “Connecting to the MySQL Server”
Section 5.1.9.4, “Connecting Using IPv6 Nonlocal Host Addresses”
Section 5.1.9.3, “Connecting Using the IPv6 Local Host Address”
Section 10.1.5, “Connection Character Sets and Collations”
Section 1.8.1, “Contributors to MySQL”
Section 23.8.16, “Controlling Automatic Reconnection Behavior”
Section 14.6.4, “Converting Tables from MyISAM to InnoDB”
Section 2.11.5, “Copying MySQL Databases to Another Machine”
Section 13.1.15, “CREATE PROCEDURE and CREATE FUNCTION Syntax”
Section 3.3.1, “Creating and Selecting a Database”
Section 2.3.5.6, “Customizing the PATH for MySQL Tools”
Section 24.5.2, “Debugging a MySQL Client”
Section 18.3.3.7, “Defining SQL and Other API Nodes in a MySQL Cluster”
Section 20.1, “Defining Stored Programs”
Section 4.5.1.6.5, “Disabling mysql Auto-Reconnect”
Section 18.5.14, “Distributed MySQL Privileges for MySQL Cluster”
Section 2.11.2, “Downgrading MySQL”
Section 14.15.2, “Enabling InnoDB Monitors”
Section 6.1.2.1, “End-User Guidelines for Password Security”
Section 3.2, “Entering Queries”
Section 2.12, “Environment Variables”
Section 20.4.2, “Event Scheduler Configuration”
Section 7.3, “Example Backup and Recovery Strategy”
Section 23.8.3, “Example C API Client Programs”
Section 3.6, “Examples of Common Queries”
Section 14.11.5, “Examples of Online DDL”
Section 19.3.3, “Exchanging Partitions and Subpartitions with Tables”
Section 4.5.1.5, “Executing SQL Statements from a Text File”
Chapter 12, Functions and Operators
Section 2.4.1, “General Notes on Installing MySQL on OS X”
Section 13.6.7.3, “GET DIAGNOSTICS Syntax”
Section 13.7.1.4, “GRANT Syntax”
Section 13.8.3, “HELP Syntax”
Section 14.3.9, “How to Cope with Deadlocks”
Section B.5.1, “How to Determine What Is Causing a Problem”
Section 1.6, “How to Report Bugs or Problems”
Section 6.1.5, “How to Run MySQL as a Normal User”
Section B.5.2.15, “Ignoring user”
Section 12.14, “Information Functions”
Section 18.2.3.3, “Initial Startup of MySQL Cluster on Windows”
Section 14.16, “InnoDB Backup and Recovery”
Section 4.5.1.6.1, “Input-Line Editing”
Section 18.2.2.2, “Installing MySQL Cluster from RPM”
Section 18.2.3.1, “Installing MySQL Cluster on Windows from a Binary Release”
Section 2.5.5, “Installing MySQL on Linux Using RPM Packages from Oracle”
Section 4.2.1, “Invoking MySQL Programs”
Section 18.1.6.8, “Issues Exclusive to MySQL Cluster”
Section 8.2.1.19, “LIMIT Query Optimization”
Section 13.2.6, “LOAD DATA INFILE Syntax”
Section 13.2.7, “LOAD XML Syntax”
Section 7.4.5.1, “Making a Copy of a Database”
Section 6.1.3, “Making MySQL Secure Against Attackers”
Section 18.5, “Management of MySQL Cluster”
Section 8.13.1, “Measuring the Speed of Expressions and Functions”
Section A.11, “MySQL 5.6 FAQ: MySQL Chinese, Japanese, and Korean Character Sets”
Section A.10, “MySQL 5.6 FAQ: MySQL Cluster”
Section 18.6.9, “MySQL Cluster Backups With MySQL Cluster Replication”
Section 18.5.12.1, “MySQL Cluster Disk Data Objects”
Section 18.2.6, “MySQL Cluster Example with Tables and Data”
Chapter 18, MySQL Cluster NDB 7.3 and MySQL Cluster NDB 7.4
Section 18.6, “MySQL Cluster Replication”
Section 18.6.4, “MySQL Cluster Replication Schema and Tables”
Section 4.5.1.2, “mysql Commands”
Section 4.5.1.3, “mysql Logging”
Section 4.5.1.1, “mysql Options”
Section 10.6, “MySQL Server Time Zone Support”
Section 18.5.4, “MySQL Server Usage for MySQL Cluster”
Section 4.5.1.4, “mysql Server-Side Help”
Section 4.5.1.6, “mysql Tips”
Section 4.5.1, “mysql — The MySQL Command-Line Tool”
Section 4.3.3, “mysql.server — MySQL Server Startup Script”
Section 4.6.6, “mysql_config_editor — MySQL Configuration Utility”
Section 23.8.7.14, “mysql_errno()”
Section 4.4.3, “mysql_install_db — Initialize MySQL Data Directory”
Section 23.8.7.67, “mysql_sqlstate()”
Section 4.4.6, “mysql_tzinfo_to_sql — Load the Time Zone Tables”
Section 4.6.7, “mysqlaccess — Client for Checking Access Privileges”
Section 4.6.8, “mysqlbinlog — Utility for Processing Binary Log Files”
Section 4.5.4, “mysqldump — A Database Backup Program”
Section 4.5.6, “mysqlshow — Display Database, Table, and Column Information”
Section 18.5.15, “NDB API Statistics Counters and Variables”
Section 18.4.5, “ndb_mgm — The MySQL Cluster Management Client”
Section 18.4.2, “ndbinfo_select_all — Select From ndbinfo Tables”
Section 4.2.9, “Option Defaults, Options Expecting Values, and the = Sign”
Section B.5.2.8, “Out of memory”
Section 4.1, “Overview of MySQL Programs”
Section B.5.2.10, “Packet Too Large”
Section 6.3.6, “Password Expiration and Sandbox Mode”
Section 6.1.2.4, “Password Hashing in MySQL”
Section 6.3.7, “Pluggable Authentication”
Section 7.5, “Point-in-Time (Incremental) Recovery Using the Binary Log”
Section 18.6.5, “Preparing the MySQL Cluster for Replication”
Section 4.2.5, “Program Option Modifiers”
Section 19.2.3.1, “RANGE COLUMNS partitioning”
Section 2.11.4, “Rebuilding or Repairing Tables or Indexes”
Section 7.4.4, “Reloading Delimited-Text Format Backups”
Section 7.4.2, “Reloading SQL-Format Backups”
Section 17.4.1.29, “Replication of Server-Side Help Tables”
Section B.5.3.2.3, “Resetting the Root Password: Generic Instructions”
Section C.9, “Restrictions on Pluggable Authentication”
Section 13.7.1.6, “REVOKE Syntax”
Section 2.10.4, “Securing the Initial MySQL Accounts”
Section 6.1.6, “Security Issues with LOAD DATA LOCAL”
Section 13.2.9.1, “SELECT ... INTO Syntax”
Section 5.1.3, “Server Command Options”
Section B.3, “Server Error Codes and Messages”
Section 5.1.4, “Server System Variables”
Section 5.1.10, “Server-Side Help”
Section 13.7.5.35, “SHOW SLAVE STATUS Syntax”
Section 13.7.5.41, “SHOW WARNINGS Syntax”
Section 13.6.7.5, “SIGNAL Syntax”
Section 4.2.3, “Specifying Program Options”
Section 13.5, “SQL Syntax for Prepared Statements”
Section 2.3.5.7, “Starting MySQL as a Windows Service”
Section 18.6.6, “Starting MySQL Cluster Replication (Single Replication Channel)”
Section 9.1.1, “String Literals”
Section 2.10.3, “Testing the Server”
Section 11.4.3, “The BLOB and TEXT Types”
Section 6.4.1.7, “The Cleartext Client-Side Authentication Plugin”
Section 18.5.10.17, “The ndbinfo memory_per_fragment Table”
Section 18.5.10, “The ndbinfo MySQL Cluster Information Database”
Section 18.5.10.27, “The ndbinfo transporters Table”
Section 6.4.1.4, “The SHA-256 Authentication Plugin”
Section 6.4.1.8, “The Socket Peer-Credential Authentication Plugin”
Section 20.3.1, “Trigger Syntax and Examples”
Section 14.19.3, “Troubleshooting InnoDB Data Dictionary Operations”
Section 6.2.7, “Troubleshooting Problems Connecting to MySQL”
Chapter 3, Tutorial
Section 1.2, “Typographical and Syntax Conventions”
Section 4.5.1.6.2, “Unicode Support on Windows”
Section 6.4.1.5.5, “Unix Password Authentication with Proxy Users and Group Mapping”
Section 6.4.1.5.3, “Unix Password Authentication without Proxy Users”
Section 7.3.2, “Using Backups for Recovery”
Section 17.1.3.3, “Using GTIDs for Failover and Scaleout”
Section 6.4.4.3, “Using MySQL Enterprise Firewall”
Section 3.5, “Using mysql in Batch Mode”
Section 4.6.8.3, “Using mysqlbinlog to Back Up Binary Log Files”
Section 7.4, “Using mysqldump for Backups”
Section 4.2.6, “Using Option Files”
Section 4.2.4, “Using Options on the Command Line”
Section 4.2.8, “Using Options to Set Program Variables”
Section 24.5.1.6, “Using Server Logs to Find Causes of Errors in mysqld”
Section 18.5.12.2, “Using Symbolic Links with Disk Data Objects”
Section 4.5.1.6.4, “Using the --safe-updates Option”
Section 1.4, “What Is New in MySQL 5.6”
Section 2.3.7, “Windows Postinstallation Procedures”
Section 12.11, “XML Functions”

mysql-test-run.pl test_name

Section 24.1.2, “The MySQL Test Suite”

mysql_upgrade

Section 13.1.1, “ALTER DATABASE Syntax”
Section 2.11.3, “Checking Whether Tables or Indexes Must Be Rebuilt”
Section 13.7.3.1, “CREATE FUNCTION Syntax for User-Defined Functions”
Section 2.11.2, “Downgrading MySQL”
Section 17.1.4.5, “Global Transaction ID Options and Variables”
Section 2.10.1, “Initializing the Data Directory”
Section 6.4.1.3, “Migrating Away from Pre-4.1 Password Hashing and the mysql_old_password Plugin”
Section 4.4.7, “mysql_upgrade — Check and Upgrade MySQL Tables”
Section 4.5.3, “mysqlcheck — A Table Maintenance Program”
Section 4.1, “Overview of MySQL Programs”
Section 6.1.2.4, “Password Hashing in MySQL”
Section 22.2.1, “Performance Schema Build Configuration”
Section 2.11.4, “Rebuilding or Repairing Tables or Indexes”
Section 2.5.2, “Replacing a Third-Party Distribution of MySQL Using the MySQL Yum Repository”
Section 17.4.1.29, “Replication of Server-Side Help Tables”
Section 17.1.3.4, “Restrictions on Replication with GTIDs”
Section 5.1.3, “Server Command Options”
Section B.3, “Server Error Codes and Messages”
Section 6.2.7, “Troubleshooting Problems Connecting to MySQL”
Section 18.2.8, “Upgrading and Downgrading MySQL Cluster”
Section 2.11.1, “Upgrading MySQL”
Section 2.3.8, “Upgrading MySQL on Windows”
Section 2.11.1.2, “Upgrading MySQL with the MySQL Yum Repository”
Section 1.4, “What Is New in MySQL 5.6”
Section 11.3.4, “YEAR(2) Limitations and Migrating to YEAR(4)”

mysqladmin

Section 6.3.5, “Assigning Account Passwords”
Section 17.3.1.1, “Backing Up a Slave Using mysqldump”
Section B.5.2.2, “Can't connect to [local] MySQL server”
Section 4.2.2, “Connecting to the MySQL Server”
Section 1.8.1, “Contributors to MySQL”
Section 13.1.10, “CREATE DATABASE Syntax”
Section 2.3.5.6, “Customizing the PATH for MySQL Tools”
Section 24.5.1, “Debugging a MySQL Server”
Section 13.1.21, “DROP DATABASE Syntax”
Section 23.8.3, “Example C API Client Programs”
Section 13.7.6.3, “FLUSH Syntax”
Section 2.4.1, “General Notes on Installing MySQL on OS X”
Section B.5.1, “How to Determine What Is Causing a Problem”
Section 7.6.3, “How to Repair MyISAM Tables”
Section 1.6, “How to Report Bugs or Problems”
Section 2.5.5, “Installing MySQL on Linux Using RPM Packages from Oracle”
Section A.11, “MySQL 5.6 FAQ: MySQL Chinese, Japanese, and Korean Character Sets”
Section 5.4, “MySQL Server Logs”
Section 4.6.6, “mysql_config_editor — MySQL Configuration Utility”
Section 4.4.3, “mysql_install_db — Initialize MySQL Data Directory”
Section 4.5.2, “mysqladmin — Client for Administering a MySQL Server”
Section 4.3.4, “mysqld_multi — Manage Multiple MySQL Servers”
Section 4.1, “Overview of MySQL Programs”
Section 6.3.6, “Password Expiration and Sandbox Mode”
Section 22.9.8, “Performance Schema Connection Attribute Tables”
Section 6.2.1, “Privileges Provided by MySQL”
Section C.9, “Restrictions on Pluggable Authentication”
Section 5.5.3, “Running Multiple MySQL Instances on Unix”
Section 2.10.4, “Securing the Initial MySQL Accounts”
Section 17.1.3.2, “Setting Up Replication Using GTIDs”
Section 2.3.5.7, “Starting MySQL as a Windows Service”
Section 2.3.5.5, “Starting MySQL from the Windows Command Line”
Section 2.10.3, “Testing the Server”
Section 6.4.1.7, “The Cleartext Client-Side Authentication Plugin”
Section 1.3.2, “The Main Features of MySQL”
Section 5.1.12, “The Server Shutdown Process”
Section 8.12.2, “Tuning Server Parameters”
Section 2.3.8, “Upgrading MySQL on Windows”
Section 4.2.6, “Using Option Files”
Section 4.2.4, “Using Options on the Command Line”
Section B.5.3.3, “What to Do If MySQL Keeps Crashing”

mysqladmin processlist status

Section 24.5.1, “Debugging a MySQL Server”

mysqladmin variables extended-status processlist

Section 1.6, “How to Report Bugs or Problems”

mysqlbinlog

Section 17.1.2.1, “Advantages and Disadvantages of Statement-Based and Row-Based Replication”
Section 17.1.4.4, “Binary Log Options and Variables”
Section 13.7.6.1, “BINLOG Syntax”
Section 5.6.1.2, “Command Probes”
Section 17.1.3.1, “GTID Concepts”
Section 17.4.5, “How to Report Replication Bugs or Problems”
Section 14.16, “InnoDB Backup and Recovery”
Section B.5.7, “Known Issues in MySQL”
Section 12.18, “Miscellaneous Functions”
MySQL Glossary
Section 4.5.1.1, “mysql Options”
Section 18.3.3.8.1, “MySQL Server Options for MySQL Cluster”
Section 4.6.8.1, “mysqlbinlog Hex Dump Format”
Section 4.6.8.2, “mysqlbinlog Row Event Display”
Section 4.6.8, “mysqlbinlog — Utility for Processing Binary Log Files”
Section 4.1, “Overview of MySQL Programs”
Section 22.9.8, “Performance Schema Connection Attribute Tables”
Section 7.5, “Point-in-Time (Incremental) Recovery Using the Binary Log”
Section 7.5.2, “Point-in-Time Recovery Using Event Positions”
Section 7.5.1, “Point-in-Time Recovery Using Event Times”
Section 18.6.9.2, “Point-In-Time Recovery Using MySQL Cluster Replication”
Section 17.4.1.36, “Replication and Variables”
Section 17.1.3.4, “Restrictions on Replication with GTIDs”
Section 13.7.5.3, “SHOW BINLOG EVENTS Syntax”
Section 13.7.5.33, “SHOW RELAYLOG EVENTS Syntax”
Section 4.6.8.4, “Specifying the mysqlbinlog Server ID”
Section 13.4.2.5, “START SLAVE Syntax”
Section 5.4.4, “The Binary Log”
Section 5.4.3, “The General Query Log”
Section 17.2.2.1, “The Slave Relay Log”
Section 17.1.2.2, “Usage of Row-Based Logging and Replication”
Section 7.3.2, “Using Backups for Recovery”
Section 17.1.3.3, “Using GTIDs for Failover and Scaleout”
Section 4.6.8.3, “Using mysqlbinlog to Back Up Binary Log Files”
Section 1.4, “What Is New in MySQL 5.6”

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Section 24.4.2, “Adding a New User-Defined Function”
Section 24.4, “Adding New Functions to MySQL”
Section 17.1.4.4, “Binary Log Options and Variables”
Section 5.4.4.1, “Binary Logging Formats”
Section 18.2.2.4, “Building MySQL Cluster from Source on Linux”
Section 6.3.9.2, “Building MySQL with Support for Secure Connections”
Section B.5.2.2, “Can't connect to [local] MySQL server”
Section B.5.2.13, “Can't create/write to file”
Section B.5.2.17, “Can't initialize character set”
Section 14.5.2, “Changing the Number or Size of InnoDB Redo Log Files”
Section B.5.2.4, “Client does not support authentication protocol”
Section 18.5.2, “Commands in the MySQL Cluster Management Client”
Section 9.6, “Comment Syntax”
Section B.5.2.11, “Communication Errors and Aborted Connections”
Section 4.4.1, “comp_err — Compile MySQL Error Message File”
Section 24.5.1.1, “Compiling MySQL for Debugging”
Section 18.3, “Configuration of MySQL Cluster”
Section 14.18.5.4, “Controlling Transactional Behavior of the InnoDB memcached Plugin”
Section 15.2.4.1, “Corrupted MyISAM Tables”
Section 13.7.3.1, “CREATE FUNCTION Syntax for User-Defined Functions”
Section 13.1.17, “CREATE TABLE Syntax”
Section 24.5.1.2, “Creating Trace Files”
Section 24.5.1, “Debugging a MySQL Server”
Section 24.5, “Debugging and Porting MySQL”
Section 24.5.1.4, “Debugging mysqld under gdb”
Section 18.3.3.6, “Defining MySQL Cluster Data Nodes”
Section 18.3.3.7, “Defining SQL and Other API Nodes in a MySQL Cluster”
Section 14.8.1, “Enabling File Formats”
Section 14.15.2, “Enabling InnoDB Monitors”
Section 2.12, “Environment Variables”
Section 8.11.5, “External Locking”
Section B.5.2.18, “File Not Found and Similar Errors”
Section 12.9.6, “Fine-Tuning MySQL Full-Text Search”
Section 14.19.2, “Forcing InnoDB Recovery”
Section 18.6.2, “General Requirements for MySQL Cluster Replication”
Section 8.14.2, “General Thread States”
Section 16.2.3, “Handling MySQL Recovery with ZFS”
Section B.5.2.6, “Host 'host_name' is blocked”
Section 8.4.3.1, “How MySQL Opens and Closes Tables”
Section 8.12.5.1, “How MySQL Uses Memory”
Section 8.2.1.21, “How to Avoid Full Table Scans”
Section B.5.1, “How to Determine What Is Causing a Problem”
Section 7.6.3, “How to Repair MyISAM Tables”
Section 1.6, “How to Report Bugs or Problems”
Section 6.1.5, “How to Run MySQL as a Normal User”
Section 9.2.2, “Identifier Case Sensitivity”
Section B.5.2.15, “Ignoring user”
Section 18.6.8, “Implementing Failover with MySQL Cluster Replication”
Section 12.14, “Information Functions”
Section 18.2.4, “Initial Configuration of MySQL Cluster”
Section 18.2.5, “Initial Startup of MySQL Cluster”
Section 14.16, “InnoDB Backup and Recovery”
Section 14.10.1, “InnoDB Disk I/O”
Section 14.5.4, “InnoDB File-Per-Table Tablespaces”
Section 14.4.1, “InnoDB Initialization and Startup Configuration”
Section 14.18.2, “InnoDB memcached Architecture”
Section 14.12, “InnoDB Startup Options and System Variables”
Section 14.19, “InnoDB Troubleshooting”
Section 13.2.5.3, “INSERT ... ON DUPLICATE KEY UPDATE Syntax”
Section 13.2.5.2, “INSERT DELAYED Syntax”
Section 13.2.5, “INSERT Syntax”
Section 18.2.2, “Installation of MySQL Cluster on Linux”
Section 18.2.2.1, “Installing a MySQL Cluster Binary Release on Linux”
Section 18.2.2.2, “Installing MySQL Cluster from RPM”
Section 18.2.3.1, “Installing MySQL Cluster on Windows from a Binary Release”
Section 18.2.3.4, “Installing MySQL Cluster Processes as Windows Services”
Section 2.5.5, “Installing MySQL on Linux Using RPM Packages from Oracle”
Section 2.4.2, “Installing MySQL on OS X Using Native Packages”
Section 2.7, “Installing MySQL on Solaris and OpenSolaris”
Section 2.2, “Installing MySQL on Unix/Linux Using Generic Binaries”
Section 18.1.6.8, “Issues Exclusive to MySQL Cluster”
Section 13.7.6.4, “KILL Syntax”
Section 18.6.3, “Known Issues in MySQL Cluster Replication”
Section 13.2.6, “LOAD DATA INFILE Syntax”
Section 24.5.1.7, “Making a Test Case If You Experience Table Corruption”
Section 6.1.3, “Making MySQL Secure Against Attackers”
Section 18.5, “Management of MySQL Cluster”
Section 12.18, “Miscellaneous Functions”
Section 5.4.4.3, “Mixed Binary Logging Format”
Section 14.6.2, “Moving or Copying InnoDB Tables to Another Machine”
Section 15.2.1, “MyISAM Startup Options”
Section 4.6.3.2, “myisamchk Check Options”
Section 4.6.3.1, “myisamchk General Options”
Section 4.6.3, “myisamchk — MyISAM Table-Maintenance Utility”
Section 4.6.5, “myisampack — Generate Compressed, Read-Only MyISAM Tables”
Section A.1, “MySQL 5.6 FAQ: General”
Section A.11, “MySQL 5.6 FAQ: MySQL Chinese, Japanese, and Korean Character Sets”
Section A.10, “MySQL 5.6 FAQ: MySQL Cluster”
Section A.3, “MySQL 5.6 FAQ: Server SQL Mode”
Section 18.5.11.3, “MySQL Cluster and MySQL Security Procedures”
Section 18.2.1.3.5, “MySQL Cluster Auto-Installer Define Processes Screen”
Section 18.2.1.3.7, “MySQL Cluster Auto-Installer Deploy Cluster Screen”
Section 18.2.1.1, “MySQL Cluster Auto-Installer Requirements”
Section 18.3.3.1, “MySQL Cluster Configuration: Basic Example”
Section 18.1.1, “MySQL Cluster Core Concepts”
Section 18.2, “MySQL Cluster Installation”
Section 18.3.2.5, “MySQL Cluster mysqld Option and Variable Reference”
Chapter 18, MySQL Cluster NDB 7.3 and MySQL Cluster NDB 7.4
Section 18.1.2, “MySQL Cluster Nodes, Node Groups, Replicas, and Partitions”
Section 18.1, “MySQL Cluster Overview”
Section 18.4, “MySQL Cluster Programs”
Section 18.6, “MySQL Cluster Replication”
Section 18.6.11, “MySQL Cluster Replication Conflict Resolution”
Section 18.6.4, “MySQL Cluster Replication Schema and Tables”
Section 18.6.10, “MySQL Cluster Replication: Multi-Master and Circular Replication”
Section 18.3.3.8.3, “MySQL Cluster Status Variables”
Section 18.3.3.8.2, “MySQL Cluster System Variables”
MySQL Glossary
Section 2.3.1, “MySQL Installation Layout on Microsoft Windows”
Chapter 5, MySQL Server Administration
Section 4.3, “MySQL Server and Server-Startup Programs”
Section B.5.2.9, “MySQL server has gone away”
Section 5.4, “MySQL Server Logs”
Section 18.3.3.8.1, “MySQL Server Options for MySQL Cluster”
Section 10.6, “MySQL Server Time Zone Support”
Section 18.5.4, “MySQL Server Usage for MySQL Cluster”
Section 18.1.5, “MySQL Server Using InnoDB Compared with MySQL Cluster”
Section 2.9.4, “MySQL Source-Configuration Options”
Section 1.7, “MySQL Standards Compliance”
Section 24.1.1, “MySQL Threads”
Section 4.3.3, “mysql.server — MySQL Server Startup Script”
Section 23.8.7.1, “mysql_affected_rows()”
Section 4.4.3, “mysql_install_db — Initialize MySQL Data Directory”
Section 23.8.7.49, “mysql_options()”
Section 4.4.4, “mysql_plugin — Configure MySQL Server Plugins”
Section 4.6.8, “mysqlbinlog — Utility for Processing Binary Log Files”
Section 4.5.3, “mysqlcheck — A Table Maintenance Program”
Section 4.3.1, “mysqld — The MySQL Server”
Section 4.3.4, “mysqld_multi — Manage Multiple MySQL Servers”
Section 4.3.2, “mysqld_safe — MySQL Server Startup Script”
Section 4.5.4, “mysqldump — A Database Backup Program”
Section 4.6.10, “mysqlhotcopy — A Database Backup Program”
Section 18.5.15, “NDB API Statistics Counters and Variables”
Section 18.4.4, “ndb_mgmd — The MySQL Cluster Management Server Daemon”
Section 18.4.20, “ndb_restore — Restore a MySQL Cluster Backup”
Section 18.4.24, “ndb_show_tables — Display List of NDB Tables”
Section 13.7.2.4, “OPTIMIZE TABLE Syntax”
Section B.5.5, “Optimizer-Related Issues”
Section 18.4.27, “Options Common to MySQL Cluster Programs — Options Common to MySQL Cluster Programs”
Section 23.7.3, “Options with the Embedded Server”
Section 18.3.2, “Overview of MySQL Cluster Configuration Parameters, Options, and Variables”
Section 4.1, “Overview of MySQL Programs”
Section 14.11.1, “Overview of Online DDL”
Section B.5.2.10, “Packet Too Large”
Section 22.2.2, “Performance Schema Startup Configuration”
Section 18.5.5, “Performing a Rolling Restart of a MySQL Cluster”
Section 18.6.5, “Preparing the MySQL Cluster for Replication”
Section 15.2.4.2, “Problems from Tables Not Being Closed Properly”
Section 2.10.1.1, “Problems Running mysql_install_db”
Section B.5.3.1, “Problems with File Permissions”
Section 4.2.5, “Program Option Modifiers”
Section 8.10.3.3, “Query Cache Configuration”
Section 18.3.3.2, “Recommended Starting Configuration for MySQL Cluster”
Section 13.7.2.5, “REPAIR TABLE Syntax”
Section 17.1.4.1, “Replication and Binary Logging Option and Variable Reference”
Section 17.1.4, “Replication and Binary Logging Options and Variables”
Section 17.1.4.2, “Replication Master Options and Variables”
Section 17.2.2, “Replication Relay and Status Logs”
Section 17.1.4.3, “Replication Slave Options and Variables”
Section 13.4.2.3, “RESET SLAVE Syntax”
Section B.5.3.2.2, “Resetting the Root Password: Unix and Unix-Like Systems”
Section B.5.3.2.1, “Resetting the Root Password: Windows Systems”
Section 4.7.4, “resolve_stack_dump — Resolve Numeric Stack Trace Dump to Symbols”
Section 17.1.3.4, “Restrictions on Replication with GTIDs”
Section B.5.4.5, “Rollback Failure for Nontransactional Tables”
Section 5.5, “Running Multiple MySQL Instances on One Machine”
Section 6.1.6, “Security Issues with LOAD DATA LOCAL”
Section 6.1.4, “Security-Related mysqld Options and Variables”
Section 13.2.9.1, “SELECT ... INTO Syntax”
Section 2.3.5.3, “Selecting a MySQL Server Type”
Section 10.1.4.1, “Server Character Set and Collation”
Section 5.1.3, “Server Command Options”
Section 24.2.4.2.2, “Server Plugin Status and System Variables”
Section 5.1.11, “Server Response to Signals”
Section 5.1.6, “Server Status Variables”
Section 5.1.4, “Server System Variables”
Section 13.3.6, “SET TRANSACTION Syntax”
Section 10.2, “Setting the Error Message Language”
Section 7.6.5, “Setting Up a MyISAM Table Maintenance Schedule”
Section 17.1.3.2, “Setting Up Replication Using GTIDs”
Section 14.18.3, “Setting Up the InnoDB memcached Plugin”
Section 13.7.5.16, “SHOW ENGINE Syntax”
Section 23.8.2, “Simultaneous MySQL Server and Connector/C Installations”
Section 2.10.5, “Starting and Stopping MySQL Automatically”
Section 5.5.2.2, “Starting Multiple MySQL Instances as Windows Services”
Section 5.5.2.1, “Starting Multiple MySQL Instances at the Windows Command Line”
Section 2.3.5.7, “Starting MySQL as a Windows Service”
Section 18.6.6, “Starting MySQL Cluster Replication (Single Replication Channel)”
Section 2.3.5.5, “Starting MySQL from the Windows Command Line”
Section 10.6.1, “Staying Current with Time Zone Changes”
Section 1.8.5, “Supporters of MySQL”
Section 17.3.6, “Switching Masters During Failover”
Section 8.11.2, “Table Locking Issues”
Section B.5.2.19, “Table-Corruption Issues”
Section 2.3.5.8, “Testing The MySQL Installation”
Section 2.10.3, “Testing the Server”
Section 5.4.4, “The Binary Log”
Section 15.6, “The BLACKHOLE Storage Engine”
Section 24.5.3, “The DBUG Package”
Section 5.4.2, “The Error Log”
Section 5.4.3, “The General Query Log”
Section 14.18.6, “The InnoDB memcached Plugin and Replication”
Section 15.2, “The MyISAM Storage Engine”
Section 8.10.3, “The MySQL Query Cache”
Section 5.1, “The MySQL Server”
Section 24.1.2, “The MySQL Test Suite”
Section 18.5.10, “The ndbinfo MySQL Cluster Information Database”
Section 18.5.10.19, “The ndbinfo operations_per_fragment Table”
Section 5.4.5, “The Slow Query Log”
Section B.5.3.7, “Time Zone Problems”
Section B.5.2.7, “Too many connections”
Section 5.6, “Tracing mysqld Using DTrace”
Section 2.3.6, “Troubleshooting a Microsoft Windows MySQL Server Installation”
Section 14.19.1, “Troubleshooting InnoDB I/O Problems”
Section 6.2.7, “Troubleshooting Problems Connecting to MySQL”
Section 2.10.2.1, “Troubleshooting Problems Starting the MySQL Server”
Section 8.12.2, “Tuning Server Parameters”
Section 1.2, “Typographical and Syntax Conventions”
Section 24.4.2.5, “UDF Compiling and Installing”
Section 24.4.2.6, “UDF Security Precautions”
Section 2.11.1, “Upgrading MySQL”
Section 2.3.8, “Upgrading MySQL on Windows”
Section 24.5.1.5, “Using a Stack Trace”
Section 7.6.1, “Using myisamchk for Crash Recovery”
Section 4.2.6, “Using Option Files”
Section 24.5.1.6, “Using Server Logs to Find Causes of Errors in mysqld”
Section 8.12.4.3, “Using Symbolic Links for Databases on Windows”
Section 8.12.4.2, “Using Symbolic Links for MyISAM Tables on Unix”
Section 18.6.7, “Using Two Replication Channels for MySQL Cluster Replication”
Section 24.5.1.3, “Using WER with PDB to create a Windows crashdump”
Section B.5.3.3, “What to Do If MySQL Keeps Crashing”
Section 6.2.6, “When Privilege Changes Take Effect”
Section B.5.3.5, “Where MySQL Stores Temporary Files”
Section 2.1.1, “Which MySQL Version and Distribution to Install”
Section 24.2.4, “Writing Plugins”

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Section 18.5.13.3, “Adding MySQL Cluster Data Nodes Online: Detailed Example”
Section 24.5.1.1, “Compiling MySQL for Debugging”
Section 8.12.5.2, “Enabling Large Page Support”
Section B.5.2.18, “File Not Found and Similar Errors”
Section B.5.3.6, “How to Protect or Change the MySQL Unix Socket File”
Section 14.19, “InnoDB Troubleshooting”
Section 18.2.2.2, “Installing MySQL Cluster from RPM”
Section 6.1.3, “Making MySQL Secure Against Attackers”
Section A.10, “MySQL 5.6 FAQ: MySQL Cluster”
Section 18.5.11.3, “MySQL Cluster and MySQL Security Procedures”
Section 10.6, “MySQL Server Time Zone Support”
Section 4.3.3, “mysql.server — MySQL Server Startup Script”
Section 4.4.3, “mysql_install_db — Initialize MySQL Data Directory”
Section 4.3.4, “mysqld_multi — Manage Multiple MySQL Servers”
Section 4.3.2, “mysqld_safe — MySQL Server Startup Script”
Section 4.2.9, “Option Defaults, Options Expecting Values, and the = Sign”
Section 4.1, “Overview of MySQL Programs”
Section B.5.2.10, “Packet Too Large”
Section B.5.3.1, “Problems with File Permissions”
Section 5.5, “Running Multiple MySQL Instances on One Machine”
Section 5.5.3, “Running Multiple MySQL Instances on Unix”
Section 5.1.3, “Server Command Options”
Section 5.1.4, “Server System Variables”
Section 17.1.3.2, “Setting Up Replication Using GTIDs”
Section 2.10.5, “Starting and Stopping MySQL Automatically”
Section 2.10.2, “Starting the Server”
Section 2.10.3, “Testing the Server”
Section 5.4.2, “The Error Log”
Section B.5.3.7, “Time Zone Problems”
Section 2.10.2.1, “Troubleshooting Problems Starting the MySQL Server”
Section 8.12.2, “Tuning Server Parameters”
Section 5.1.2.2, “Using a Sample Default Server Configuration File”
Section 4.2.6, “Using Option Files”

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Section 17.3.1.3, “Backing Up a Master or Slave by Making It Read Only”
Section 17.3.1.1, “Backing Up a Slave Using mysqldump”
Chapter 7, Backup and Recovery
Section 7.1, “Backup and Recovery Types”
Section 7.3.3, “Backup Strategy Summary”
Section 8.5.5, “Bulk Data Loading for InnoDB Tables”
Section 2.11.2.1, “Changes Affecting Downgrades from MySQL 5.6”
Section 2.11.1.1, “Changes Affecting Upgrades to MySQL 5.6”
Section 4.2.2, “Connecting to the MySQL Server”
Section 1.8.1, “Contributors to MySQL”
Section 7.4.5.2, “Copy a Database from one Server to Another”
Section 14.5.6, “Copying File-Per-Table Tablespaces to Another Server”
Section 2.11.5, “Copying MySQL Databases to Another Machine”
Section 13.1.17, “CREATE TABLE Syntax”
Section 17.1.1.5, “Creating a Data Snapshot Using mysqldump”
Section 17.1.1.6, “Creating a Data Snapshot Using Raw Data Files”
Section 14.6.1, “Creating InnoDB Tables”
Section 2.3.5.6, “Customizing the PATH for MySQL Tools”
Section 7.2, “Database Backup Methods”
Section 14.10.4, “Defragmenting a Table”
Section 18.5.14, “Distributed MySQL Privileges for MySQL Cluster”
Section 2.11.2, “Downgrading MySQL”
Section 7.4.3, “Dumping Data in Delimited-Text Format with mysqldump”
Section 7.4.1, “Dumping Data in SQL Format with mysqldump”
Section 7.4.5.3, “Dumping Stored Programs”
Section 7.4.5.4, “Dumping Table Definitions and Content Separately”
Section 16.1.2, “EC2 Instance Limitations”
Section 14.5.4.1, “Enabling and Disabling File-Per-Table Tablespaces”
Section 7.3.1, “Establishing a Backup Policy”
Section 7.3, “Example Backup and Recovery Strategy”
Section 1.6, “How to Report Bugs or Problems”
Section 17.1.1, “How to Set Up Replication”
Section 9.2.2, “Identifier Case Sensitivity”
Section 4.6.1, “innochecksum — Offline InnoDB File Checksum Utility”
Section 14.16, “InnoDB Backup and Recovery”
Section 2.6, “Installing MySQL Using Unbreakable Linux Network (ULN)”
Section 13.2.6, “LOAD DATA INFILE Syntax”
Section 13.2.7, “LOAD XML Syntax”
Section 7.4.5.1, “Making a Copy of a Database”
Section 9.2.3, “Mapping of Identifiers to File Names”
Section 14.6.2, “Moving or Copying InnoDB Tables to Another Machine”
Section A.10, “MySQL 5.6 FAQ: MySQL Cluster”
Section 18.2.6, “MySQL Cluster Example with Tables and Data”
Section 18.1, “MySQL Cluster Overview”
Section 4.5.1.1, “mysql Options”
Section 5.4, “MySQL Server Logs”
Section 7.4.5, “mysqldump Tips”
Section 4.5.4, “mysqldump — A Database Backup Program”
Section 18.4.20, “ndb_restore — Restore a MySQL Cluster Backup”
Section 17.1.1.4, “Obtaining the Replication Master Binary Log Coordinates”
Section 18.5.3, “Online Backup of MySQL Cluster”
Section 4.1, “Overview of MySQL Programs”
Section 22.9.8, “Performance Schema Connection Attribute Tables”
Section 18.5.5, “Performing a Rolling Restart of a MySQL Cluster”
Section 18.6.9.2, “Point-In-Time Recovery Using MySQL Cluster Replication”
Section 18.6.5, “Preparing the MySQL Cluster for Replication”
Section B.5.4.8, “Problems with Floating-Point Values”
Section 2.11.4, “Rebuilding or Repairing Tables or Indexes”
Section 7.4.4, “Reloading Delimited-Text Format Backups”
Section 7.4.2, “Reloading SQL-Format Backups”
Section 17.3.4, “Replicating Different Databases to Different Slaves”
Section 17.2.2, “Replication Relay and Status Logs”
Section 14.5.1, “Resizing the InnoDB System Tablespace”
Section C.8, “Restrictions on Performance Schema”
Section 17.1.3.4, “Restrictions on Replication with GTIDs”
Section C.5, “Restrictions on Views”
Section 5.4.1, “Selecting General Query and Slow Query Log Output Destinations”
Section 5.4.7, “Server Log Maintenance”
Section 5.1.7, “Server SQL Modes”
Section 5.1.4, “Server System Variables”
Section 17.1.1.8, “Setting Up Replication with Existing Data”
Section B.5.4.7, “Solving Problems with No Matching Rows”
Section 4.2.3, “Specifying Program Options”
Section 2.3.5.7, “Starting MySQL as a Windows Service”
Section 11.4.3, “The BLOB and TEXT Types”
Section 14.4.3.1, “The InnoDB Buffer Pool”
Section 14.18.6, “The InnoDB memcached Plugin and Replication”
Section 1.3.2, “The Main Features of MySQL”
Section 18.5.10, “The ndbinfo MySQL Cluster Information Database”
Section 6.2.7, “Troubleshooting Problems Connecting to MySQL”
Section 13.7.3.4, “UNINSTALL PLUGIN Syntax”
Section 10.1.12, “Upgrading from Previous to Current Unicode Support”
Section 2.11.1, “Upgrading MySQL”
Section 13.1.17.3, “Using FOREIGN KEY Constraints”
Section 17.1.3.3, “Using GTIDs for Failover and Scaleout”
Section 4.6.8.3, “Using mysqlbinlog to Back Up Binary Log Files”
Section 7.4, “Using mysqldump for Backups”
Section 17.3.1, “Using Replication for Backups”
Section 17.3.2, “Using Replication with Different Master and Slave Storage Engines”
Section 1.4, “What Is New in MySQL 5.6”
Section 12.11, “XML Functions”
Section 11.3.4, “YEAR(2) Limitations and Migrating to YEAR(4)”

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Section 18.5.13.3, “Adding MySQL Cluster Data Nodes Online: Detailed Example”
Section 18.5.13.1, “Adding MySQL Cluster Data Nodes Online: General Issues”
Section 18.2.2.4, “Building MySQL Cluster from Source on Linux”
Section 18.5.2, “Commands in the MySQL Cluster Management Client”
Section 18.3.3.6, “Defining MySQL Cluster Data Nodes”
Section 18.5.14, “Distributed MySQL Privileges for MySQL Cluster”
Section 18.2.5, “Initial Startup of MySQL Cluster”
Section 18.2.3.3, “Initial Startup of MySQL Cluster on Windows”
Section 18.2.2, “Installation of MySQL Cluster on Linux”
Section 18.2.2.1, “Installing a MySQL Cluster Binary Release on Linux”
Section 18.2.2.2, “Installing MySQL Cluster from RPM”
Section 18.2.2.3, “Installing MySQL Cluster Using .deb Files”
Section A.10, “MySQL 5.6 FAQ: MySQL Cluster”
Section 18.1.1, “MySQL Cluster Core Concepts”
Section 18.5.6.1, “MySQL Cluster Logging Management Commands”
Chapter 18, MySQL Cluster NDB 7.3 and MySQL Cluster NDB 7.4
Section 18.1.2, “MySQL Cluster Nodes, Node Groups, Replicas, and Partitions”
Section 18.4, “MySQL Cluster Programs”
Section 18.5.11.1, “MySQL Cluster Security and Networking Issues”
Section 18.5.8, “MySQL Cluster Single User Mode”
Section 18.3.3.8.1, “MySQL Server Options for MySQL Cluster”
Section 18.4.5, “ndb_mgm — The MySQL Cluster Management Client”
Section 18.4.4, “ndb_mgmd — The MySQL Cluster Management Server Daemon”
Section 18.4.20, “ndb_restore — Restore a MySQL Cluster Backup”
Section 18.5.3, “Online Backup of MySQL Cluster”
Section 18.4.27, “Options Common to MySQL Cluster Programs — Options Common to MySQL Cluster Programs”
Section 18.5.5, “Performing a Rolling Restart of a MySQL Cluster”
Section 18.6.9.2, “Point-In-Time Recovery Using MySQL Cluster Replication”
Section 18.2.7, “Safe Shutdown and Restart of MySQL Cluster”
Section 18.5.10.1, “The ndbinfo arbitrator_validity_detail Table”
Section 18.5.10.15, “The ndbinfo membership Table”
Section 18.5.10.16, “The ndbinfo memoryusage Table”
Section 18.5.10.18, “The ndbinfo nodes Table”
Section 18.5.10.27, “The ndbinfo transporters Table”
Section 18.5.3.2, “Using The MySQL Cluster Management Client to Create a Backup”

ndb_mgmd

Section 18.2.2.4, “Building MySQL Cluster from Source on Linux”
Section 18.5.2, “Commands in the MySQL Cluster Management Client”
Section 18.3.3.5, “Defining a MySQL Cluster Management Server”
Section 18.3.3.6, “Defining MySQL Cluster Data Nodes”
Section 18.2.5, “Initial Startup of MySQL Cluster”
Section 18.2.3.3, “Initial Startup of MySQL Cluster on Windows”
Section 18.2.2, “Installation of MySQL Cluster on Linux”
Section 18.2.2.1, “Installing a MySQL Cluster Binary Release on Linux”
Section 18.2.2.2, “Installing MySQL Cluster from RPM”
Section 18.2.3.1, “Installing MySQL Cluster on Windows from a Binary Release”
Section 18.2.2.3, “Installing MySQL Cluster Using .deb Files”
Section A.10, “MySQL 5.6 FAQ: MySQL Cluster”
Section 18.2.1.3.5, “MySQL Cluster Auto-Installer Define Processes Screen”
Section 18.3.3.1, “MySQL Cluster Configuration: Basic Example”
Section 18.3.3.3, “MySQL Cluster Connection Strings”
Section 18.1.1, “MySQL Cluster Core Concepts”
Section 18.5.6.1, “MySQL Cluster Logging Management Commands”
Section 18.1.2, “MySQL Cluster Nodes, Node Groups, Replicas, and Partitions”
Section 18.4, “MySQL Cluster Programs”
Section 18.3.3.8.1, “MySQL Server Options for MySQL Cluster”
Section 2.9.4, “MySQL Source-Configuration Options”
Section 18.4.4, “ndb_mgmd — The MySQL Cluster Management Server Daemon”
Section 18.4.1, “ndbd — The MySQL Cluster Data Node Daemon”
Section 18.5.5, “Performing a Rolling Restart of a MySQL Cluster”
Section 18.3.1, “Quick Test Setup of MySQL Cluster”
Section 18.2.7, “Safe Shutdown and Restart of MySQL Cluster”
Section 18.5.1, “Summary of MySQL Cluster Start Phases”

ndbd

Section 18.5.13.2, “Adding MySQL Cluster Data Nodes Online: Basic procedure”
Section 18.5.13.3, “Adding MySQL Cluster Data Nodes Online: Detailed Example”
Section 18.2.2.4, “Building MySQL Cluster from Source on Linux”
Section 18.5.2, “Commands in the MySQL Cluster Management Client”
Section 18.3.3.6, “Defining MySQL Cluster Data Nodes”
Section 18.2.5, “Initial Startup of MySQL Cluster”
Section 18.2.2, “Installation of MySQL Cluster on Linux”
Section 18.2.2.1, “Installing a MySQL Cluster Binary Release on Linux”
Section 18.2.2.2, “Installing MySQL Cluster from RPM”
Section 18.2.2.3, “Installing MySQL Cluster Using .deb Files”
Section 18.5, “Management of MySQL Cluster”
Section A.10, “MySQL 5.6 FAQ: MySQL Cluster”
Section 18.2.1.3.5, “MySQL Cluster Auto-Installer Define Processes Screen”
Section 18.6.9, “MySQL Cluster Backups With MySQL Cluster Replication”
Section 18.3.3.1, “MySQL Cluster Configuration: Basic Example”
Section 18.1.1, “MySQL Cluster Core Concepts”
Section 18.3.2.1, “MySQL Cluster Data Node Configuration Parameters”
Section 18.2, “MySQL Cluster Installation”
Section 18.3.4.2, “MySQL Cluster Interconnects and Performance”
Section 18.1.2, “MySQL Cluster Nodes, Node Groups, Replicas, and Partitions”
Section 18.4, “MySQL Cluster Programs”
Section 18.3.3.8.1, “MySQL Server Options for MySQL Cluster”
Section 18.4.4, “ndb_mgmd — The MySQL Cluster Management Server Daemon”
Section 18.4.20, “ndb_restore — Restore a MySQL Cluster Backup”
Section 18.4.26, “ndb_waiter — Wait for MySQL Cluster to Reach a Given Status”
Section 18.4.1, “ndbd — The MySQL Cluster Data Node Daemon”
Section 18.4.3, “ndbmtd — The MySQL Cluster Data Node Daemon (Multi-Threaded)”
Section 18.3.2, “Overview of MySQL Cluster Configuration Parameters, Options, and Variables”
Section 18.5.5, “Performing a Rolling Restart of a MySQL Cluster”
Section 18.6.9.2, “Point-In-Time Recovery Using MySQL Cluster Replication”
Section 18.3.1, “Quick Test Setup of MySQL Cluster”
Section 18.3.3.2, “Recommended Starting Configuration for MySQL Cluster”
Section 18.2.7, “Safe Shutdown and Restart of MySQL Cluster”
Section 18.3.3.12, “SCI Transport Connections in MySQL Cluster”
Section 18.5.1, “Summary of MySQL Cluster Start Phases”
Section 18.5.10.18, “The ndbinfo nodes Table”
Section 18.5.6.3, “Using CLUSTERLOG STATISTICS in the MySQL Cluster Management Client”
Section 18.3.4, “Using High-Speed Interconnects with MySQL Cluster”

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