Getting ready for a new innotop releaseTue, Nov 2, 2010 in Databases Open Source
It’s been ages since we’ve had an update to innotop, or at least, it’s been a while since the changes were bundled up and released officially. Barring any bug reports against the trunk code, I’m about ready to release more than a year’s worth of improvements to it:
Changes: * Don't re-fetch SHOW VARIABLES every iteration; it's too slow on many hosts. * Add a filter to remove EVENT threads in SHOW PROCESSLIST (issue 32). * Add a timestamp to output in -n mode, when -t is specified (issue 37). * Add a new U mode, for Percona/MariaDB USER_STATISTICS enhancements (issue 39). * Add support for millisecond query time in Percona Server (issue 39). * Display a summary of queries executed in Query List mode (issue 26). Bugs fixed: * Hostname parsing wasn't standards compliant (issue 30). * MKDEBUG didn't work on some Perl versions (issue 22). * Don't try to get InnoDB status if have_innodb != YES (issue 33). * Status text from the InnoDB plugin wasn't parsed correctly (issue 36). * Transaction ID from the InnoDB plugin wasn't subtracted correctly (issue 38). * Switching modes and pressing ? for help caused a crash (issue 40).
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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.