Mysqlbinlog is a command-line tool that allows a user to read the binary log files generated by MySQL servers. These log files record all changes to a database, including inserts, updates, and deletions, and can be used for a variety of purposes, such as auditing, replication, and point-in-time recovery. Mysqlbinlog can be used to view the contents of these logs, filter out specific events, and convert them into SQL statements for further analysis or replay. It requires a good understanding of MySQL architecture and administration.
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