msqldump − dump a MonetDB/SQL database
msqldump [ options ] [ dbname ]
MonetDB is a database management system that is developed from a main-memory perspective with use of a fully decomposed storage model, automatic index management, extensibility of data types and search accelerators, SQL- and XML- frontends.
Msqldump is the program to dump an MonetDB/SQL database. The dump can be used to populate a new MonetDB/SQL database.
Print usage information and exit.
−−database=database (−d database)
Specify the name of the database to connect to. The −d can be omitted if it is the last option.
−−host=hostname (−h hostname)
Specify the name of the host on which the server runs (default: localhost).
−−port=portnr (−p portnr)
Specify the portnumber of the server (default: 50000).
−−user=user (−u user)
Specify the user to connect as. If this flag is absent, the client will ask for a user name. Note that user must follow immediately after the option.
Only dump the database schema.
When dumping the table data, use INSERT INTO statements, rather than COPY INTO + CSV values. INSERT INTO statements are better portable, and necessary when the load of the dump is processed by e.g. a JDBC application.
Only dump functions definitions.
−−table=table (−t table)
Only dump the specified table.
Don’t print the welcome message.
Trace network interaction between mclient and the server.