MySQL dump restore with progress bar and ETA

pv bigdump.sql.gz | gunzip | mysql
Display a progress bar while restoring a MySQL dump.
Sample Output
 132MB 0:08:00 [ 260kB/s] [>                                 ]  1% ETA 12:48:0923                           

By: skygreg
2010-06-11 14:26:13

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