zlib_decompress input_file output_file
The zlib_decompress utility decompresses mysqlpump output that was created using ZLIB compression.
If MySQL was configured with the -DWITH_ZLIB=system option, zlib_decompress is not built. In this case, the system openssl zlib command can be used instead.
Invoke zlib_decompress like this:
shell> zlib_decompress input_file output_file
shell> mysqlpump --compress-output=ZLIB > dump.zlib shell> zlib_decompress dump.zlib dump.txt
To see a help message, invoke zlib_decompress with no arguments.
To decompress mysqlpump LZ4-compressed output, use lz4_decompress. See lz4_decompress(1).
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