Hi,

I suspect your password contains some illegal character for the comand 
line syntax. Change the password to 123 for example and test it with:
mysqldump -u user -p123 --all-databases > backup.sql
I suspect it will work OK, so you have to do one of the:
 - change password for something that does not contain any illegal in the 
meaning of shell scripting characters;
 - use quota on password line, i.e. mysqldump -u user -p'passwd' 
--all-databases > backup.sql

Regards,

Ivailo Tanusheff
Deputy Head of IT Department
ProCredit Bank (Bulgaria) AD





Andrei Brezan <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> 
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Mysqldump password issue






Hello list,

I wanna do a
mysqldump -u user -ppasswd --all-databases > backup.sql

and all I get is
mysqldump: No match.

This happens either i put --all-databases or I specify any of the
databases. I want to do a backup as user root, that's why I use
all-databases opt.

If I use the command:
mysqldump -u root -p --all-databases >backup.sql
I get the password prompt, I type the passwd and everythig works great.
It seems that there is a problem with -p, i've tried --password with
same result.

If anyone has any ideea please let me know about it.
I mention that i use Freebsd 7_0 and mysql 5.0.67

Thank you


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