innotop 1.4.0 released

It’s finally ready – the new stable version of the innotop MySQL and InnoDB monitor. Version 1.4.0 brings you new features and enhancements I think you’ll really enjoy:

  • Manage many servers at once conveniently.
  • Powerful filters, expressions, colorizing rules, and sorting.
  • Better error handling.
  • More modes, such as a mode to monitor and control replication.
  • Much more.

Much gratitude is due the people who’ve helped, especially Sebastien Estienne, Christian Hammers, Steven Kreuzer and other people who’ve helped design features, make packages, get innotop distributed more widely, and give me advice on such things as Makefiles. By the way, if you’d like to help, I’d love for someone to make innotop a nice homepage. I’ve been ignoring website design in favor of programming, so the innotop homepage is pretty lame.

And the biggest thanks of all to my wife, who encourages me to work on things I think are important!

Just a reminder: support, feature requests etc should go on the innotop mailing lists at Sourceforge.

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.