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Performance Monitoring, Tuning & Auditing in MySQL® 5.1 - A GUI Approach - PART 1
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This is the first part of a series of short articles with a how-to approach about MySQL® Performance Monitoring, Tuning & Auditing. We will see the question from a GUI prospective. In particular we will describe which monitoring-oriented features HoneyMonitor, a GUI for MySQL® currently in alpha development, implements.

I will explain how HoneyMonitor let you

  • install an audit database on your server, without the need of using 3th Party Agents nor using remote repository databases
  • enable the auditing and start monitoring your server
  • tuning your server changing a few suggested list of variables to get better performance.
  • We will use only the 5.1.x series of the Server as we use some Scheduled Events and the

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