Compare mysql db schema from two different servers

diff <(mysqldump -hsystem db_name --no-data --routines) <(mysqldump -hsystem2 db_name --no-data --routines) --side-by-side --suppress-common-lines --width=690 | more

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By: shantanuo
2020-02-09 02:37:05

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