Version 0.1.123 of innotop released

I’ve made several improvements to the innotop InnoDB and MySQL monitor, and it’s ready to get from the innotop homepage.

As usual, it’s a combination of bug fixes, new features, and enhancements to existing features. Changes since version 0.1.112 include

  • More detailed lock information displayed in InnoDB Deadlock mode.
  • A new section in Row Operations / Semaphores mode shows information about the wait array.
  • I’ve expanded the test suite a lot. There’s a lot of tricky stuff dealing with older versions of InnoDB that I’ve solved. It is a lot better at parsing information from the older table formats, etc. (Though I still need to either build or find samples from ancient versions and add them to the test suite – contact me if you’re willing to donate samples from servers running MySQL 3.x or on Windows!)
  • It handles foreign key error information better.
  • Read the changelog in the package for the full list of changes.

I hope you find it useful. As always, leave your comments.

About The Author

Baron is the founder and CEO of VividCortex. He is the author of High Performance MySQL and many open-source tools for performance analysis, monitoring, and system administration. Baron contributes to various database communities such as Oracle, PostgreSQL, Redis and MongoDB.