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biase

Clueless Mysql + ProgressBar

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Hi,

I have some .sql files in local drive ready to be import to webhosting database, I'm using mysql.exe command line in the applicaiton to import the files.

I just have no idea how to make and calc estimate time for the progressbar while mysql.exe importing the files until it's finish.

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Hi biase,

you could set your progressbar after each .sql file. Otherwise you'd need to have the mysql.exe report how much's already been done of a single file.


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Otherwise you'd need to have the mysql.exe report how much's already been done of a single file.

This is my problem now, I don't know how to make the mysql.exe send me data back such as how many KBs have been imported.

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This is my problem now, I don't know how to make the mysql.exe send me data back such as how many KBs have been imported.

If you start it and you can't see it in it's titlebar or the window/cli text this will not be possible. Anyway if you have questions about mysql.exe this may not be the right forum. :unsure:


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Yea.. May be you were right... This is not a troubleshoot forum for mysql.exe

Anyway, thank for the suggestion.

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