MySQL Toolkit version 848 releasedSat, Sep 1, 2007 in Databases Open Source
This release of MySQL Toolkit fixes some minor bugs and adds new functionality to four of the tools. Some of the changes I made were in response to feedback I got at the recent MySQL Camp. I’m still working on some of the feature requests, such as daemon-izing certain tools.
For those who requested features for MySQL Query Profiler, the tab-separated format should give you the desired output: no zero rows, and variables are not renamed.
Here’s a changelog:
Changelog for mysql-duplicate-key-checker: 2007-09-01: version 1.1.0 * Column printout was misaligned one space. * Refactored into a runnable module and added tests. * Redundant indexes were only detected if the shorter index was first. * Redundant foreign keys sometimes weren't detected. * All indexes on MEMORY tables were reported as HASH. * Added --clustered option to report appended PK columns as dupes for InnoDB and solidDB. Changelog for mysql-query-profiler: 2007-09-01: version 1.1.4 * SHOW STATUS inconsistencies after a FLUSH were skewing status. Changelog for mysql-table-checksum: 2007-09-01: version 1.1.14 * Added documentation about the storage engine for the checksum table. * The --replcheck option now checks the server and its slaves. Changelog for mysql-visual-explain: 2007-09-01: version 1.0.2 * FULLTEXT indexes were not recognized (type=fulltext in EXPLAIN). * Temporary/filesort were not added to the right node in the tree. * Added a new node type for "Range checked for each record."
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.