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Got MySQL Proxy yet!
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If you haven’t got MySQL Proxy yet, then stop and get it now. Jan announced the release a few days ago of this new product offering from MySQL (http://www.mysql.com).

I first heard about MySQL Proxy at the recent MySQL Conference 2007 and actually used it a few weeks later to help address slow running queries during benchmarking with a granularity of milliseconds — Wow. The product has grown immensely since then and I’ve watched in true amazement at the speed of development by Jan, who I only found out recently was the creator of Lighthttpd.

Now it’s past midnight and I think of those things

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Top 5 wishes for MySQL
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Note: My views are just that: mine.

1. Real time Query Monitoring

MySQL 5.0 GA provides only 3 ways to look at queries that are executed on a server in some way or another. Slow Query Log, General Query Log and Binary Log. All require a server reboot to activate and de-activate. In a production system, it’s sometimes critical to be able to know “what is going on”, and you simply can’t reboot the server twice (once to turn on, once to turn off). 5.1 goes some way with Log Tables to being able to turn on General and Slow Logs into tables. Question is, as Kevin Burton listed in his points, when is 5.1 going to be out.

Real time query monitoring also needs to have a granularity of operation better then “server”. There needs to be a capacity to assign this on per

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