MySQL - What is "mysqld"?

What is "mysqld"?

Mysqld is a daemon server program typically used to start and stop mysql server. It runs in the background

Here’s how mysqld can be invoked:
>cd \mysql\bin
>mysqld --console
Following are the options provided:

1. --help – Displays the help message.
2. --version – returns the version.
3. --log=filename- Specifies server to write log files to filename.
4. --log-error=filename- Specifies server to write error log files to filename.
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