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  • Bit By Bit
    bitbybit dk MySQL tools Carsten Pedersen

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  • bitbybit.dk MySQL Tools
    of reading manuals but might actually be something you ll want in your PHP MySQL toolbox Try the MySQL DATE FORMAT PHP DATE tool mrtg mysql load is a module for MRTG the Multi Router Traffic Grapher by Tobias Oetiker

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  • Carsten H. Pedersen
    Carsten H Pedersen Blog Bio carsten at bitbybit dot dk

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  • MySQL DATE_FORMAT / PHP date tool
    then say which format you want to use for that data type As soon as you select or type something into the various lines the result is checked against a live PHP and MySQL installation I hope you will find it useful If you have any questions or comments please do not hesitate to contact me at carsten at bitbybit dot dk The chosen format is immediately checked against a MySQL and PHP server due to web hosting limitations the used versions of both programs may be quite dated Note Although presented side by side in this page there is not a one to one relationship between PHP and MySQL date time format specifiers Not only are there options specific to one and not the other there are subtle and not so subtle differences between the two As an example both formatters have a day in year specifier For PHP the range is 0 365 for MySQL the range is 1 366 1 Set data type and format Click to add more date time fields Data Formatting To enter literal values e g text or white space that you want to appear beside the specifiers choose Literal and enter the

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  • MRTG MySQL Load analyzer
    examples of how other people use it This utility is a part of the bitbybit dk MySQL tools How to get it Distribution Copyright GPL see the file COPYRIGHT in the distribution for info Download mrtg mysql load v 1 02 tar gz 20kb Older versions mrtg mysql load v 0 92b beta tar gz 20kb mrtg mysql load v 0 8a alpha tar gz 12kb INSTALL file Documentation Note

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  • Carsten H. Pedersen
    idea what it says Getting Certified co interview with Daniel Kushner of Zend and myself Linux Format November 2004 Talks MySQL User s Conference 2007 California USA MySQL Certication Q A session LinuxForum 2006 Copenhagen Denmark MySQL 5 0 Stored Procedures Triggers Views MySQL User s Conference 2006 California USA MySQL Certication Q A session Linux Forum Asia 2005 Hong Kong Certification in the Open Source World OSSO Seminar 2005 Hong Kong Making a business of Open Source and Optimizing MySQL MySQL User s Conference 2005 California USA MySQL Certication Q A session ComCon Europe 2005 Frankfurt Germany MySQL Certification Open Source i det offentlige 2004 Risskov Denmark Alle vinder med Open Source LinuxForum 2004 Copenhagen Denmark Skalering og tuning af MySQL Greater London Linux User Group London UK MySQL optimization and case studies SSLUG hyggemøde Copenhagen Denmark Optimering af MySQL Teaching I have taught several MySQL AB Inc courses Using and Managing MySQL MySQL for Developers MySQL for DBAs courses in several locations across the world from Detroit in West to Beijing in East In previous jobs I spearheaded and taught a number of courses on various perspectives of IT for my colleagues Jobs My present position is Senior Programmer at Mybanker dk Architecture work database and programming design coding mostly PHP OOP programming From 2002 until 2007 I was the WW Certification Manager at MySQL Inc Nee MySQL AB Created the initial versions of the exams helped coordinate and review study materials managed relationships with distribution partners legal representatives marketing work Coordinated the creation of additional exams and study materials In the 6 or 7 years before coming to MySQL I moved through various official and unofficial jobs as typing monkey data maintainer tool developer for DtP software script programmer database development IT supporter webmaster database administrator all

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  • INSTALL
    the Perl script mrtg mysql load to wherever you keep your other scripts for MRTG Check the first line in mrtg mysql load and change the path to wherever Perl is located on your machine use which perl at the

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  • mrtg-mysql-load
    The name of an optional log file This file will log all output including error messages generated by the program to that file RETURN VALUE The program exits with an exit value 0 if it believes it was successful USING CONFIGURATION FILES When using mrtg mysql load with mrtg there are several places that may define the parameters used for connection As noted above mrtg mysql load is a wrapper around the mysqladmin program mysqladmin will first search for its parameters from the files etc my cnf and my cnf having options in the latter overriding those of the first mrtg mysql load uses the command line of mysqladmin to specify the parameters and these will override any options set by mysqladmin s configuration files Thus parameters set in mrtg mysql load s configuration file will override any options set in etc my cnf and or my cnf Any options set on the command line of mrtg mysql load will override any other options set by one of the previous methods The command line switches are most frequently used directly in the mrtg config file when specifying the Target option Target trgt MySQL path to mrtg mysql load opt1 val1 opt2 val2 To sum up the parameters used when specifying the parameters for making a connection to the MySQL server may be specified in no less than 4 places which are in increasing order of precedence etc my cnf my cnf a configuration file for mrtg mysql load specified by the c parameter switches set on the command line or more frequently in the mrtg config file EXAMPLES mrtg mysql load This is the most basic way to call mrtg mysql load It will work too if run on the same host as mysqld and mysqld is configured to let local users connect By default it does though I believe this is a really stupid decision on the part of the developers You really should set permissions in MySQL to disallow this mrtg mysql load h mysql host name u username p password The format you would most likely use for calling mrtg mysql load An example mrtg configuration file mrtg cfg example is provided in the document directory of the distribution An example mrtg mysql load configuration file mysql load cfg example is provided in the document directory of the distribution FILES mrtg mysql load uses mysqladmin which is assumed to be available in the path of the user running the program SEE ALSO mrtg 1 mrtg cfg example mysql load cfg example http www mrtg org http www bitbybit dk mysqlfaq mrtg mysql load DIAGNOSTICS ERROR ignoring superfluous arguments mrtg mysql load doesn t take any command line arguments If you get this message you most likely forgot to specify a switch name ERROR Can t open mysqladmin mysqladmin could not be run Check that mysqladmin is available and that the user running mrtg mysql load has the proper permissions ERROR mysqladmin returned an error message mysqladmin did

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