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MONyog MySQL Monitor 6.0 Has Been Released
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Changes (as compared to 5.72) include:

Features:
* The MONyog API is enhanced with more options to manage servers registered in MONyog. Options now include calls to add/edit/remove servers. Refer documentation for full details.
* MONyog now supports Query analysis using Performance Schema tables (events_statements_summary_by_digest and events_statements_history_long tables). This feature is supported only for MySQL 5.6.14 and MariaDB 10.0 and above.
* Explain plan is available in Query analyzer for Slow_log table based logging and Processlist sniffer.
* An example query is now shown in detailed query view in



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SQLyog – Introducing Session Restore
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Ever had this nightmare of your system crashing, or you accidentally closing SQLyog and losing all your open tabs and queries? Don’t worry, we have you covered!

Introducing Session Restore. You can now restore your previous session along with all queries and history tab the way you left it. Here’s a quick video:

Session Restore is available for all SQLyog users. Existing customers can download the latest build from Customer Portal. To evaluate SQLyog, please download a 30-day trial.

We are very excited about this release, and hope that you will like it.

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New SQLyog and MONyog coming – please upgrade soon!
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We are about to release upgrades to both SQLyog and MONyog with an important fix: linked libraries possibly vulnerable to the ‘Heartbleed’ OpenSSL bug have been upgraded to non-affected versions (the new MONyog release will have a few more fixes as well).

Since this security issue became known a few days ago, media and Internet have swollen with information about vulnerable systems. There is probably both a lot of facts and fiction circulating.

A good summary appeared in the Percona blog. It mostly focuses on server-side vulnerabilities. However

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Keeping up with New Releases
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You can keep up with the latest developments in MySQL software in a number of ways, including various blogs and other channels. However, for the most correct (if somewhat dry and factual) information, you can go directly to the source. 

Major Releases 

For every major release, the MySQL docs team creates and maintains a "nutshell" page containing the significant changes in that release. For the current GA release (whatever that is) you'll find it at this location:

https://dev.mysql.com/doc/mysql/en/mysql-nutshell.html

 At the moment, this redirects to the summary notes for MySQL 5.6. The notes for MySQL 5.7 are also available at that website, at the URL 

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Recent MySQL Announced Releases
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Recently a several releases of MySQL Server were announced to our mailing lists. Do not miss following news:

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MONyog MySQL Monitor 5.57 Has Been Released
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This is the current (and supposed to be the last) MONyog release in the 5.5x series.  Refer online documentation for details of changes in this and previous releases.  The major scope of all releases in 5.5x series has been improving stability, performance and responsiveness under heavy load -  such as large number of servers both registered and displayed at the same time, user activity by multiple users at the same time, ‘query sniffer’ running in the background etc.  We have worked with a number of customers using MONyog in such demanding environments during the 5.5x development phase.

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SQLyog 11 GA – your favorite MySQL GUI in 64 bit avatar
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Hi,

64 bit SQLyog is here. It’s no secret that you can make the most out of your PC only when you have the right combination of software, operating system and hardware. You can now take full advantage of your 64 bit environment for your MySQL needs. We are proud to offer the first 64 bit GUI client for Windows.

Additionally, if you are using 64 bit Microsoft Office 2013, SQLyog 11 will work out of the box with the 64 bit drivers shipped with it. Importing from Access, Excel or Text/CSV has never been easier.

Please refer the

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Visually compare MySQL data and sync the differences
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You had requested for a visual tool to compare two instances of a table to spot differences. We heard that. We are delighted to introduce Visual Data Compare (VDC) in SQLyog 10.5. It lets you do exactly that, and more. VDC allows you to compare two tables right next to each other making it easier to spot differences. It is a lot simpler than manually figuring it out all by yourselves.

VDC also doubles as an additional option for data sync. With VDC you will be able to compare differences visually and specify tables and rows that shall be synced as well as to decide in what direction to sync. It comes very handy when you want to copy lookup data from

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SQLyog 10.4 improves usability with tens of thousands of databases or tables.
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We have released SQLyog MySQL GUI 10.4. The 2 major new features are:

* Autocomplete speed/performance is drastically increased. This is the 3rd time we do this actually since autocomplete was introduced in SQLyog 5+ years ago. Our autocomplete implementation is one of the highest appreciated features of SQLyog according to a survey we did among registered users recently. However some slugginess could occur with a very large number (tens of thousands) databases on the server or a similar number of  tables or other objects in a database. Also a number of small bugs in autocomplete were

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What’s happening on your MySQL server right now? Real-time monitoring has the answer!
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Hi,

You have been using MONyog to monitor your MySQL servers. You connected your servers with MONyog and collected data to analyse later. MONyog did a great job analyzing past performance. If you know something is wrong and don’t have MONyog monitoring your MySQL, you cannot do much to fix things right then. You’ll have to first add your MySQL to MONyog and wait till data collects.

Not any more. Introducing real-time monitoring with MONyog 5.5. It tells you what’s happening on your MySQL server RIGHT NOW. It details key metrics like top 200 queries, slow queries, locked queries, locking queries, tables, databases, users, hosts and thread states, all of this in real-time

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Quick Manual to SQLyog
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One of our users has published a “Quick Manual to SQLyog” to his blog.

Sometimes you do better writing about a subject as an ‘outsider’ than as an ‘insider’.  As an ‘insider’ you easily take things for granted that are actually not obvious for everyone.  This is a good example of this – and the writing is excellent. Enjoy!

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MONyog MySQL Monitor 5.3 Has Been Released
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Please note that users upgrading from a version before 5.2 will need a new registration code. Registered customers will get the new code from our Customer Portal. Please have the new code available before installing. Until MONyog is registered with the new key, it will not be collecting data from your servers.

Changes (as compared to 5.21) include.

Features:
* Introduced support for ‘native’ MySQL SSL-encryption with direct MySQL connections.
* MONyog now fully supports IPv6 (Internet Protocol Version 6).
* History-trends have been optimized to retrieve data faster than it was before. With large data sets this results in a speed improvement in the range of a factor ~25 .
* Passwords



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SQLyog MySQL GUI 10.2 Released
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Changes (as compared to 10.12) include:

Features:
* Saved connections can now be exported and imported. The option is available in the ‘tools’ menu.
* Added an option to open exported CSV and Excel XML files directly with the program associated with the file extension on the system.

Bug fixes:
* Exporting Schema Designer canvas as image on Wine generated empty boxes for tables with no information about columns. It is actually a bug in Wine (incomplete Windows API implementation for drawing routines) .
* The height of GRID-cells will now adjust to fit font setting for the GRID .

Downloads: http://webyog.com/en/downloads.php
Purchase: http://webyog.com/en/buy.php

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SQLyog MySQL GUI 10.1 Released
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Changes (as compared to 10.0) include:

Features:
* It is now optional whether DATA, INFO and HISTORY tabs shall display in ‘upper pane’ (as in 10.0) or in ‘lower pane’ (as before 10.0). The setting is available in tools .. preferences .. general. Note that for DATA tab this applies to the ‘non-sticky’/non-persistent DATA tab. A ‘sticky’/persistent DATA tab will always display in ‘upper pane’.
* DATA, INFO and HISTORY tabs appearance will now be persistent across sessions when configured to display in upper pane. If visible when program was closed they will open when program starts next time – if hidden when program was closed they will not. When configured to display in lower pane they will always be visible.
* The checkbox to ‘select all’ as added in DATA and RESULT tab in 10.0 is now


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MONyog MySQL Monitor 5.2 Has Been Released
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IMPORTANT note:
* This release requires a new registration code. Neither the 5.1x nor the pre-5.1x key will work with this. Registered customers will get the new code from our Customer Portal. Please have the new code available before installing. Until MONyog is registered with new keys, it will not be collecting data from your servers .

Features:
* Added filter for including or excluding specific hosts and(or) users in slow log analysis.
* Added and modified a few Monitors related to Replication, InnoDB and Security. Most of this utilizes metrics exposed by MySQL from version 5.5 .
* Added a preconfigured Custom SQL Object (CSO) for Percona Servers exposing the most written and most read tables.
* There is now session-wide persistence while sorting columns in Query Analyzer.




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SQLyog MySQL GUI 9.62 Released – Now with Korean UI
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Changes (as compared to 9.61) include:

Features:
* A Korean translation is now included.

Miscellaneous:
* The localization tools have been updated. The compiler for building localizations is now up to 100 times faster than before. Also the XML has now been properly versioned. Refer this blog on how to download the localization kit.



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MONyog MySQL Monitor with refreshing new looks!
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Hi,

We are delighted to announce the release of MONyog 5.0. This release is very special. This is not one of those bug fix / feature / functionality releases. This is about complete makeover for MONyog. Since the first release of MONyog, we have been continually adding features and fixing bugs. Less did we concentrate on looks and holistic usability. We kept on adding features with existing layout and put reorganizing logically connected elements to the back-burner. We thought it’s time to address these issues and took it up with MONyog 5.0.

  • The design is modern. Easy to say in a line, but took months to come up with new looks as the
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SQLyog 9.61 Released – Now with Option for Chinese Interface
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Changes (as compared to 9.6) include:

Features:
* A Chinese (Simplified) translation is now included.

Bug fixes:
* When there was an INFO tab open the server was unnecessarily queried for the content of the INFO tab (based on Object Browser selection) when closing the program. This could cause a slow shutdown.
* Fixed a crash occurring when pressing the ESC key in the CREATE/ALTER tab/dialog. This bug was introduced in 9.6.

Downloads: http://webyog.com/en/downloads.php
Purchase: http://webyog.com/en/buy.php

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SQLyog MySQL GUI 9.6 Released
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Changes (as compared to 9.51) include:

Features:
* When performing CREATE/ALTER TABLE operation from inside the Schema Designer now a dialog with a tabbed interface similar to the CREATE/ALTER TABLE tab will open.
* It is now optional if Query Builder will create statements with ‘fully qualified tablenames’ or not.
* Implemented Alt+Ins, Alt+Del, Alt+Up and Alt+Down for inserting, deleting, moving up/down the rows in CREATE|ALTER TABLE interface when the focus is on respective grids. The tooltip for the toolbar buttons will now show this shortcuts.

Bug fixes:
* In Data Sync a low setting of ’max_allowed_packet’ on source server could result in CONCAT_WS() used for checksums’ calculation returning NULL . We did not consider this and as a consequence rows could fail to sync without




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MySQL Cluster 7.2 GA Released
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MySQL Cluster 7.2 is the best release to date, enabling projects and applications to benefit from web-scalability with carrier-grade availability and developer agility.


Oracle is delighted to announce the immediate availability of the production-ready, GA release of MySQL Cluster 7.2, available for download under the GPL, and as part of the commercial MySQL Cluster Carrier Grade Edition, including management tools, product certifications and 24x7 global support.



70x Higher JOIN Performance, NoSQL Key-Value API & Cross Data Center Sharding with Synchronous






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Monitor your MySQL servers like never before – use CSOs!
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We are delighted to announce the release of MONyog 4.8 GA. This release is all about customization – to be precise Custom SQL Objects (CSO) and Custom SQL Counters (CSC).

The above diagram shows how Monitors & Advisors (MySQL Counters) are populated. MONyog has a repository of SQL Queries which are executed in regular interval of time & the results are stored in SQLite database of MONyog. These results are exposed as JavaScript objects and are referenced to populate Monitors and Advisors (MySQL Counters).

With CSO, you can add your own SQL queries to this repository & customise counters based on that. Discussed below are

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Creating tables now faster and easier with SQLyog 9.5
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Hello!

We are delighted to announce the release of SQLyog 9.5 GA. This release is geared towards enhancing the user experience.

The major changes are:

  • The conversion of modal dialogue boxes to a tabbed interface for creating and altering tables, and defining table properties.
    • Creating a table involves – defining columns, and often, creating indexes and foreign keys. Before, these actions had to be done one after the other, which was annoyingly slow. Now, you can define columns, and create indexes and foreign keys – all in a single interface, which gives you a single CREATE/ALTER TABLE query to execute. Not only is creating tables easier, it is also much faster!
    • Modal dialogue boxes limit one from multitasking. Previously, when in the middle of creating a foreign key, if some information had to be
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iPad Ready Dashboard & Wayback Machine
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We are pleased to announce the release of MONyog 4.7 GA. Below is a brief on new features:

Dashboard

The world is moving towards tablets (I agree iPad in the title is a misnomer) and most of them don’t support Adobe Flash. As you know MONyog dashboard charts were on Flash and did not work on tablets. With this release we have switched to HTML5 charts. Not only do they work on all Smartphones and Tablets, they are faster than Flash charts. Hence, desktop users also gain from this release.

Flash charts used elsewhere in MONyog are also changed to slick HTML5 charts.

Embedded in this post are screen-shots with relevant section zoomed-in on an iPad.

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SQLyog is now available in Japanese
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“Publishing software in English will make you reach most of the global audience” is a myth. Users like software in their own language. For Non-English speaking audience localized software is a necessity. We heard it. SQLyog is now available in Japanese & will be made available in other international languages soon. We are using crowd-sourced human translation services from myGengo for translating SQLyog. I’d also like to add that our website is machine translated using Google Translate.

Embedded below are some related screenshots:

Option to change language

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MySQL Data Search enhanced in SQLyog 9.2
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We have released SQLyog 9.2 GA with enhancements to the Data Search feature (and more).

Since we introduced the Data Search feature in SQLyog 9.1 we had a lot of positive responses – but also a few critical remarks that using the feature could cause unnecessary server load as well as unnecessarily long response times. Such scenario could arise when searching for a string in a BLOB column used for storing media files for instance. Or when searching all tables of a database when there was only need to search a few tables.

We have addressed this concern by adding filter options that let the user restrict the search to specific data types and to a subset of databases of a server, a subset of tables of a database or a subset of columns of a table.

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MariaDB 5.2 repository for RHEL/CentOS
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Until now, MariaDB 5.2 was lacking a yum repository for easy installs and upgrades. It is now available, thanks to OurDelta.

Just follow our very simple installation instructions.

MONyog MySQL Monitor 4.6 Has Been Released
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With this release we further enhance the ease of MONyog customization. This includes:

* This release ships  with a bunch of useful Dashboard charts which can be enabled/disabled from the ‘manage dashboard charts’ in the Dashboard page. Users will not need to write any Javascript to enable those.
*  Dashboard charts can now be reordered. User will be able to place those most important for him on top.
*  Added an option to copy/duplicate advisors. This can be used as a template to make a new Monitor/Advisor.

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MySQL Data Search – data at your finger tips!
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I don’t need to emphasize how productive you can be if you find what you are looking for in a quick and easy way. Google has shown it to us. Wouldn’t it be fun to have the same ease and speed while searching for data in your databases? Well, that’s what Data Search is all about. Find the data you want without writing any queries or worrying about the underlying schema. Type in the search string and you’ll have a table of all search results waiting to be clicked and be taken to the exact cell of the table. It also supports search operators like AND, OR and “”. Note that the results of this search is not the same as WHERE clause query results. Its rather a natural way of search. Lets say its like googling your database. For better precision you can search with regular expressions too.

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MONyog MySQL Monitor 4.51 Has Been Released
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Please note that when upgrading from a version previous to 4.5  to this one, it is required that MONyog detects the replication topology of registered servers before the ‘registered servers’ page can display. This may take a few minutes with a large number of registered servers. Please be patient for as long. Note that this delay will only happen once.

Changes (as compared to 4.5) include:

Features:
* This release focuses on improving performance of the MONyog built-in HTTP daemon. You will find up to 10 times performance improvements for most MONyog pages. This has been achieved by internal code optimizations, use of compression (if browser supports) and minification/optimization of HTML, Javascript, CSS and graphics.

Bug fixes:
* Prepared statements were not


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MONyog 4.5 GA – Events, Auto-register of slaves & much more…
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Hi,

We are delighted to announce the release of MONyog 4.5. Listed below are some noteworthy features:

  • You did get to know about what needs attention in Monitors/Advisors, but how about looking at all the alerts that need attention grouped on their severity for a certain period? This is what event is all about. An event occurs when the status of a counter changes. Keep your events tab open & you see MONyog alerting you – may it be “server availability” or “replication failure” or many other umpteen things that need attention.
  • Many a times, MONyog shows an alert to bring your attention, but you are OK with that & don’t want to fix it. Just close the event & it will appear only when it becomes alert-able again. This is a nice way to accept & dismiss events, so that you can
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