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Postfix Release Emails From Hold With Terminal Command

RELEASE EMAILS FROM HOLD

Use this command to release a single email message from on hold:   Release all email messages from being on hold with this command:   Use the following command to release on hold messages just from user@domain.com CLICK HERE to see our full Postfix Cheat Sheet using terminal commands. Please follow and like us:

Custom Column Output Names Terminal MySql

Custom Column Output Names Terminal MySql

Custom column output names in terminal. SELECT [column] AS [custom-column] FROM [table]; Complete Cheat Sheet https://gist.github.com/hofmannsven/9164408 Please follow and like us:

Update Records In MySql Terminal

Update Records In MySql Terminal

To update a record you can use this command. UPDATE [table] SET [column] = ‘[updated-value]’ WHERE [column] = [value]; Complete Cheat Sheet https://gist.github.com/hofmannsven/9164408 Please follow and like us:

Select With Custom Order Limit Terminal MySql

Select With Custom Order Limit Terminal MySql

To select with a customer order and limit the results use this command. SELECT * FROM [table] WHERE [column] ORDER BY [column] ASC LIMIT [value]; You can order by ascending. ASC Or you can order by descending. DESC Complete Cheat Sheet https://gist.github.com/hofmannsven/9164408 Please follow and like us:

Select A Range MySql Terminal

Select A Range MySql Terminal

To select a range use this code. Take out the brackets and replace the values. SELECT * FROM [table] WHERE [column] BETWEEN [value1] and [value2]; Complete Cheat Sheet https://gist.github.com/hofmannsven/9164408 Please follow and like us:

Select Records Starting & Ending With Value MySql Terminal

Select Records Starting & Ending With Value MySql Terminal

To find records that start and end with a certain value use this command. SELECT * FROM [table] WHERE [column] LIKE ‘[val_ue]’; Complete Cheat Sheet https://gist.github.com/hofmannsven/9164408 Please follow and like us:

Export A database Dump Terminal MySql

Export A database Dump Terminal MySql

To export a database use this command in terminal. mysqldump -u [username] -p [database] > db_backup.sql Please follow and like us:

Import A Database Dump MySql Terminal

Import A database Dump Terminal MySql

To import a database dump use this command. mysql -u [username] -p -h localhost [database] < db_backup.sql Complete Cheat Sheet https://gist.github.com/hofmannsven/9164408 Please follow and like us:

Delete Records MySql Terminal Command

Delete Records MySql Terminal Command

To delete records in mysql use this terminal command. DELETE FROM [table] WHERE [column] = [value]; Delete all records without dropping the table. This will also reset the increment number value. DELETE FROM [table]; Delete all records in a table. truncate table [table]; Remove table columns. ALTER TABLE [table] DROP COLUMN [column]; Deleting tables. DROP TABLE Read More

Select Records Containing Terminal MySql

Select Records Containing Terminal MySql

To find records containing something use this command. SELECT * FROM [table] WHERE [column] LIKE ‘%[value]%’; Complete Cheat Sheet https://gist.github.com/hofmannsven/9164408 Please follow and like us:

Selecting Specific Records MySql Terminal Command

Selecting Specific Records MySql Terminal Command

To select specific records in terminal use this code. SELECT * FROM [table] WHERE [column] = [value]; You can also use these selectors. Less Than < Greater Than > Not Equal To != And and Or or Complete Cheat Sheet https://gist.github.com/hofmannsven/9164408 Please follow and like us:

Counting and Selecting Group Records MySql Terminal Commands

To count and select group records in terminal use this command. SELECT *, (SELECT COUNT([column]) FROM [table]) AS count FROM [table] GROUP BY [column]; Complete Cheat Sheet https://gist.github.com/hofmannsven/9164408 Please follow and like us:

Counting Records MySql Terminal Command

Counting Records MySql Terminal Command

To count records enter this command. Take out square brackets and replace names accordingly. SELECT COUNT([column]) FROM [table]; Complete Cheat Sheet https://gist.github.com/hofmannsven/9164408 Please follow and like us:

Selecting Parts Of Records MySql Terminal Command

Selecting Parts Of Records MySql Terminal Command

To select parts of records use this command. SELECT [column], [another-column] FROM [table]; Complete Cheat Sheet https://gist.github.com/hofmannsven/9164408 Please follow and like us:

Explain Records MySql Terminal Command

Explain Records MySql Terminal Command

To explain records use this command. Take out brackets and replace table with your table name. EXPLAIN SELECT * FROM [table]; Complete Cheat Sheet https://gist.github.com/hofmannsven/9164408 Please follow and like us: