What is the command to connect Mysql Server ?.
MySQL is a popular open-source relational database management system. To start MySQL, follow these steps:
Check if MySQL is installed: Open the terminal (command prompt in Windows) and type “mysql -v”. If MySQL is installed, you will see the version number of MySQL.
Start the MySQL service: On Linux, type “sudo service mysql start”. On Windows, open the “Services” panel and start the “MySQL” service.
Connect to the MySQL server: Type “mysql -u root -p” and enter the password for the root user.
Verify that MySQL has started: Type “status” and you should see “mysql” as the current database, and “Uptime: xxx” indicating that MySQL has started and is running.
Note: If you don’t have the root password, you can reset it by stopping the MySQL service, then starting it with the “–skip-grant-tables” option, logging in as the root user without a password, and then updating the password.
Example for Connect to MYSQL server
mysql>mysql -u root -p