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Use MySQL Shell Securely from Bash

This blog post discusses how to use MySQL shell securely from Bash. The Bourne shell is everywhere. It is part of the most basic Linux install. You will find it on the biggest SPARC machines down to a Raspberry Pi. It is nice to know it will always be there. Unlike other, more complex scripting […]
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