Writing by corra on Tuesday, 6 of November , 2007 at 6:48 pm
Here is a simple configuration file (XML) for MySQL Administrator client.
In addition to the the default graphs I added some new pages containing the most important status variables to monitoring and evaluate the performance of InnoDB.
The new pages are:
idb storage: reads, writes, doublewrites and fsync activity
idb logs:writes to innodb logs and file system activity
idb buffer pool: buffer pool activity
idb disk: pages and rows activity
Just download the file mysqladmin_health.xml.gz then
gunzip it and copy it in the following (default) directory:
(Windows) C:Documents and SettingsUserNameApplication DataMySQL
I hope this could be useful.
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Comment by sandeep
Made Wednesday, 7 of November , 2007 at 2:14 am
I just added it to administrator it looks good. i still need to figure out what each one of these graphs are doing.
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