mysql_plugin


SYNOPSIS
       mysql_plugin [options] plugin {ENABLE|DISABLE}

DESCRIPTION
       The mysql_plugin utility enables MySQL administrators to manage which
       plugins a MySQL server loads. It provides an alternative to manually
       specifying the --plugin-load option at server startup or using the
       INSTALL PLUGIN and UNINSTALL PLUGIN statements at runtime.
       mysql_plugin is available as of MySQL 5.5.16.

       Depending on whether mysql_plugin is invoked to enable or disable
       plugins, it inserts or deletes rows in the mysql.plugin table that
       serves as a plugin registry. (To perform this operation, mysql_plugin
       invokes the MySQL server in bootstrap mode. This means that the server
       must not already be running.) For normal server startups, the server
       loads and enables plugins listed in mysql.plugin automatically. For
       additional control over plugin activation, use --plugin_name options
       named for specific plugins, as described in Section 5.5.2, "Installing
       and Uninstalling Plugins".

       Each invocation of mysql_plugin reads a configuration file to determine
       how to configure the plugins contained in a single plugin library file.
       To invoke mysql_plugin, use this syntax:

           mysql_plugin [options] plugin {ENABLE|DISABLE}

       plugin is the name of the plugin to configure.  ENABLE or DISABLE (not
       case sensitive) specify whether to enable or disable components of the
       plugin library named in the configuration file. The order of the plugin
       and ENABLE or DISABLE arguments does not matter.

       For example, to configure components of a plugin library file named
       myplugins.so on Linux or myplugins.dll on Windows, specify a plugin
       value of myplugins. Suppose that this plugin library contains three
       plugins, plugin1, plugin2, and plugin3, all of which should be
       configured under mysql_plugin control. By convention, configuration
       files have a suffix of .ini and the same base name as the plugin
       library, so the default configuration file name for this plugin library
       is myplugins.ini. The configuration file contents look like this:

           myplugins
           plugin1
           plugin2
           plugin3

       The first line in the myplugins.ini file is the name of the library
       file, without any extension such as .so or .dll. The remaining lines
       are the names of the components to be enabled or disabled. Each value
       in the file should be on a separate line. Lines on which the first
       character is '#' are taken as comments and ignored.

       To enable the plugins listed in the configuration file, invoke
       mysql_plugin this way:
       information about option files used by MySQL programs, see
       Section 4.2.6, "Using Option Files".

       o   --help, -?

           Display a help message and exit.

       o   --basedir=dir_name, -b dir_name

           The server base directory.

       o   --datadir=dir_name, -d dir_name

           The server data directory.

       o   --my-print-defaults=file_name, -b file_name

           The path to the my_print_defaults program.

       o   --mysqld=file_name, -b file_name

           The path to the mysqld server.

       o   --no-defaults, -p

           Do not read values from the configuration file. This option enables
           an administrator to skip reading defaults from the configuration
           file.

           With mysql_plugin, this option need not be given first on the
           command line, unlike most other MySQL programs that support
           --no-defaults.

       o   --plugin-dir=dir_name, -p dir_name

           The server plugin directory.

       o   --plugin-ini=file_name, -i file_name

           The mysql_plugin configuration file. Relative path names are
           interpreted relative to the current directory. If this option is
           not given, the default is plugin.ini in the plugin directory, where
           plugin is the plugin argument on the command line.

       o   --print-defaults, -P

           Display the default values from the configuration file. This option
           causes mysql_plugin to print the defaults for --basedir, --datadir,
           and --plugin-dir if they are found in the configuration file. If no
           value for a variable is found, nothing is shown.

           With mysql_plugin, this option need not be given first on the
           command line, unlike most other MySQL programs that support
           --print-defaults.

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SEE ALSO
       For more information, please refer to the MySQL Reference Manual, which
       may already be installed locally and which is also available online at
       http://dev.mysql.com/doc/.

AUTHOR
       Oracle Corporation (http://dev.mysql.com/).



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