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Try mk-query-advisor, a new Maatkit tool
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We have an early draft of a new tool available for you to use and test. It uses heuristics to find problems in SQL. Please use it and give feedback! Here’s how:

$ wget http://www.maatkit.org/trunk/mk-query-advisor
$ perl mk-query-advisor /var/log/mysql/slow.log

By default it consumes a log file in MySQL’s slow query log format, but it can also parse the general-log format, and if you have any other kind of log you can feed it through mk-query-digest to transform the log into something it can recognize. Tell me if you’d be able to spot the mixture of join styles and use of leading % wildcards in the following query without help:

# Query ID 0x643E813A9ABDA151 at byte 2001701
# CRIT JOI.001 Mixing comma and ANSI joins.
# WARN ARG.001 Argument with leading
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