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 8.6 `mysqlcc', the MySQL Control Center
 `mysqlcc', the MySQL Control Center, is a platform-independent client
 that provides a graphical user interface (GUI) to the MySQL database
 server.  It supports interactive use, including syntax highlighting and
 tab completion.  It provides database and table management, and allows
 server administration.
 `mysqlcc' is deprecated and it is recommended that users choose the new
 MySQL Administrator and MySQL Query Browser, found at
 Currently, `mysqlcc' runs on Windows and Linux platforms.
 Invoke `mysqlcc' by double-clicking its icon in a graphical environment.
 From the command line, invoke it like this:
      shell> mysqlcc [OPTIONS]
 `mysqlcc' supports the following options:
 `--help, -?'
      Display a help message and exit.
 `--blocking_queries, -b'
      Use blocking queries.
 `--compress, -C'
      Compress all information sent between the client and the server if
      both support compression.
 `--connection_name=NAME, -c NAME'
      This option is a synonym for `--server'.
 `--database=DB_NAME, -d DB_NAME'
      The database to use. This is useful mainly in an option file.
 `--history_size=#, -H #'
      The history size for the query window.
 `--host=HOST_NAME, -h HOST_NAME'
      Connect to the MySQL server on the given host.
      Enable or disable `LOCAL' capability for `LOAD DATA INFILE'.  With
      no value, the option enables `LOCAL'. It may be given as
      `--local-infile=0' or `--local-infile=1' to explicitly disable or
      enable `LOCAL'. Enabling `LOCAL' has no effect if the server does
      not also support it.
 `--password[=PASSWORD], -p[PASSWORD]'
      The password to use when connecting to the server.  If you use the
      short option form (`-p'), you _cannot_ have a space between the
      option and the password.  If you omit the PASSWORD value following
      the `--password' or `-p' option on the command line, you will be
      prompted for one.
 `--plugins_path=NAME, -g NAME'
      The path to the directory where MySQL Control Center plugins are
 `--port=PORT_NUM, -P PORT_NUM'
      The TCP/IP port number to use for the connection.
 `--query, -q'
      Open a query window on startup.
 `--register, -r'
      Open the Register Server dialog on startup.
 `--server=NAME, -s NAME'
      The MySQL Control Center connection name.
 `--socket=PATH, -S PATH'
      The socket file to use for the connection.
 `--syntax, -y'
      Enable syntax highlighting and completion.
 `--syntax_file=NAME, -Y NAME'
      The syntax file for completion.
 `--translations_path=NAME, -T NAME'
      The path to the directory where MySQL Control Center translations
      are located.
 `--user=USER_NAME, -u USER_NAME'
      The MySQL username to use when connecting to the server.
 `--version, -V'
      Display version information and exit.
 You can also set the following variables by using `--VAR_NAME=VALUE'
      The number of seconds before connection timeout.  (Default value
      is 0.)
      The maximum packet length to send to or receive from the server.
      (Default value is 16MB.)
      The automatic limit for rows in a join.  (Default value is
      The buffer size for TCP/IP and socket communication.  (Default
      value is 16KB.)
      The automatic limit for `SELECT' statements.  (Default value is
 It is also possible to set variables by using
 `--set-variable=VAR_NAME=VALUE' or `-O VAR_NAME=VALUE' syntax. However,
 this syntax is deprecated as of MySQL 4.0.
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