Maatkit version 1753 releasedSun, Feb 10, 2008 in Databases Open Source
This release contains minor bug fixes and new features. Besides the little bug fixes, there’s a fun new feature in mk-heartbeat: it can auto-discover slaves recursively, and show the replication delay on all of them, to wit:
baron@keywest ~ $ mk-heartbeat --check --host master -D rkdb --recurse 10 master 0 slave1 1 slave2 1 slave3 4
(Not actual results. Your mileage may vary. Closed course, professional driver. Do not attempt).
Nothing else in this release is very exciting. I just wanted to get the bug fixes out there.
Changelog for mk-heartbeat: 2008-02-10: version 1.0.7 * Added --recurse option to check slaves to any depth. * Made mk-heartbeat explicitly close DB connection when done. Changelog for mk-parallel-dump: 2008-02-10: version 1.0.6 * Added the --losslessfp option. * Fixed child process exit status on Solaris (bug #1886444). Changelog for mk-parallel-restore: 2008-02-10: version 1.0.5 * Fixed forking issues with File::Find on Solaris (bug #1887102). * Fixed child process exit status on Solaris (bug #1886444). * The --defaults-file option caused a mysql error (bug #1886866). Changelog for mk-show-grants: 2008-02-10: version 1.0.8 * Added --timestamp option. Changelog for mk-table-checksum: 2008-02-10: version 1.1.25 * The --lock option did not work correctly (bug #1884712). Changelog for mk-table-sync: 2008-02-10: version 1.0.5 * The Stream algorithm wasn't chosen when a table had no key. * Numeric strings beginning with 0 weren't quoted (bug #1883019).
I'm Baron Schwartz, the founder and CEO of VividCortex. I am the author of High Performance MySQL and many open-source tools for performance analysis, monitoring, and system administration. I contribute to various database communities such as Oracle, PostgreSQL, Redis and MongoDB.