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MONyog MySQL Monitor 4.51 Has Been Released

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:

* 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 handled properly by the Query Analyzer.
* Events (as …

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


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 start with a clean slate with a baseline for normal acitivity for that instance.
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SQLyog MySQL GUI 9.0 Released

This is the first GA release in a new major branch of the SQLyog MySQL GUI.

This release introduces an easy way to look up proper values for values inserted to columns that have a Foreign Key CONSTRAINT.  Foreign Key CONSTRAINTs can be difficult to handle for a human user because when updating a ‘child’ table valid values for columns that have such CONSTRAINTs  in the  ‘child’ table will often be ‘just a code’ ( an autoincrement integer or some very ‘compressed’ and ‘symbolic’ values (like item numbers, order numbers etc.).

This SQLyog release provides a direct way to look up in ‘parent’ what should be inserted in child. It works like this: In both GRID and FORM mode a ‘…’ symbol will display if the actual column has a Foreign key CONSTRAINT. If you enter some value in the cell and next click this button SQLyog will find all matches for what you have …

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SQLyog 8.8 introduces improved performance, SQL_mode support and more.

We are pleased to announce a new and improved GA version of SQLyog MySQL GUI. The highlights of this  release (8.8) are:

* Drastically improved memory management in DATA and RESULT tabs. This allows for larger result sets in memory and significantly improves scrolling with large result sets.

* Added a sql_mode setting for connections. There is an option to let the GLOBAL mode apply for the session as well as to specify a sql_mode for the connections. The setting is stored on a per-connection basis. Sometimes the GLOBAL sql_mode setting on server is not the best option for a GUI tool and sometimes you may want to take special precautions by setting a specific sql_mode different from the GLOBAL mode.

* With HTTP-tunneled connections to MySQL connection through Unix SOCKET is now possible by specifying the path to the MySQL Socket file on the server …

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Is your MySQL monitoring tool cloud ready?

Cloud, cloud, cloud. Cloud computing has become the phrase du jour, says one analyst from Gartner. But with many moving to cloud for its obvious benefits, it can no longer be ignored. An offshoot of cloud computing is utility computing. What interests us here is Database-as-a-Service, in particular MySQL on cloud.

Coming back to our original question – Is your MySQL monitoring tool cloud ready? Well, many monitoring tools need agents on server to be monitored. For obvious reasons database-on-cloud vendors don’t allow one to install anything on the servers. With Amazon launching RDS (which is nothing but MySQL instance on cloud) there is a pressing need for tools that …

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Customization of monitors & advisors become more easy with the latest MONyog 4.1

The highlights of this release are:

* A brand new helper function interface: We have implemented an easy-form based interface for customizing helper functions. Any customization of helper functions or user defined functions being used with earlier versions have to be migrated manually to this version. From this version and onwards a GUI-’conflict resolver’ will guide the users very similar to how it works for customized counters.

* Apply settings to all servers of a specific tag: MONyog now has an option to apply a group of settings to all the servers with a specific tag. (Please note: New servers registered later with the same tag are not considered)

* Enhanced readability of MONyog logs: MONyog logs from now on contain the server name along with error making it easy to backtrack.

* Earlier multiple alerts for same issue would be sent …

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SQLyog MySQL GUI 8.7 Released – Form View, improved SQL Formatter and more

We are pleased to announce this new major release of SQLyog MySQL GUI.

The major enhancements with this release are:

* Information in tabbed interface can be reordered.
Just like you will find it in all modern browsers, TABs can now be reordered using drag’n’drop in the GUI. The option is available for connection tabs as well as Query/Query Builder/Schema Designer tabs.

* Fast and convenient data entry from the keyboard.
We have added ‘FORM view’ option (in addition to ‘GRID view’ and ‘TEXT view’ already available) for managing data in DATA and RESULT tabs. ‘FORM view’ will display one row at a time and is in particular convenient when entering data from the keyboard.

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SQLyog – MySQL GUI 8.6 GA – new features, improved performance and stability.

We are pleased to announce the release of SQLyog – MySQL GUI 8.6 GA. This release adds functionalities requested by users for some time, and fixes a number of bugs. Most important enhancements:

User management has been updated with a brand-new interface, has been completely rewritten and also now fully communicates with the MySQL server the recommended way using GRANT and REVOKE syntax. We believe that with this release we have provided the best available ever GUI for MySQL User Management.

For users that prefer to work in a spreadsheet-like interface when filtering and sorting data the options to do this have been enhanced: There is now a ‘custom filter’ option to be used when filtering on a value that does not exist in the result set displayed – or even is not stored in the table at all. Additionally you may now define the substring to be filtered on in more flexible …

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MONyog 4.0 introduces MySQL configuration tracking, improved customization and better stability


We are delighted to unveil MONyog 4.0 — a major new release. Listed below are overviews of some of the major features.

Tracking changes to your MySQL configuration

Maintaining server configuration and tracking changes to it plays a vital role in the maintenance of MySQL servers. DBAs may be responsible for hundreds of servers and keeping an eye on the configuration settings for all of them could be difficult to say the least. With MONyog 4.0 now you can compare global MySQL configuration of multiple servers side-by-side, with all changes highlighted so that differences are visually discernible at a glance. Wondering why server A isn’t performing as well as server B when they share the exact same load? The answer could lie in the configuration files!

What’s more is that MONyog now lets you track changes to the global configuration of your MySQL server no matter if the configuration parameters were …

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MONyog MySQL Monitor 3.8 Has Been Released

Important note: Please note that if you have installed a MONyog 4.0 (beta) release you cannot install this one unless first completely removing the 4.0 installation including the complete MONyog data folder.

Changes (as compared to 3.77) include:

Bug Fixes:
* Monitors/Advisors on InnoDB Deadlocks were truncating the output message and hence in some cases, users were unable to view both queries involved in the deadlock. This has been changed such that the first 2048 characters of both queries are displayed.
* On Windows 7 systems changes to MONyog’s .INI file from external programs had no effect upon restart (as Windows reverted the changes). Now throughout MONyog’s lifetime the .INI file will be locked so that a user may only edit the file manually when MONyog is not running (but users can use the MONyog interface to change any setting while MONyog is running). Any …

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