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MONyog 3.12 Has Been Released

Important note when upgrading from versions before 3.1:
* MONyog now requires a registration code.
* Do not forget to replace the MONyog.lua script if you use the Query Analyzer with proxy-based sniffing.
* RPM users must uninstall pre-3.1 versions before installing this one.
Please read 3.1 release notes for details.

Changes as compared to 3.11 include:

* All charts displayed by MONyog can now be exported as PDF/JPG/PNG (from chart context menu).
* Query Analyzer will now sort in descending order as default first time (before it was ascending).

Bug fixes:
* Validation of connection details was not proper when saving.
* In Query Analyzer options that do not apply for sniffer and log files are …

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New MySQL Release Model

Release models make a huge difference in the properties of the software delivered. I believe there is no single "ideal" model; what to choose depends on the code base, the group/community creating the code, the users/customers, the technology available (languages, CI tools, others)... What works for Hudson does not work for GlassFish nor for Solaris.

MySQL is changing its release model to improve agility, quality, predictability and facilitate contributions. Giuseppe just posted an …

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SQLyog 8.1 – Fast and Furious

One of most loved feature of SQLyog is the snappy and responsive user interface. Many of our users and customers prefer SQLyog over other tools because of this particular reason.

One reason for the zippy interface could be that SQLyog is entirely developed in C/C++, which tends to be faster than other languages when it comes to raw speed. I don’t want to start a flame war here, but our customers seem to like this fact. Using C/C++ allows us to use the native MySQL C client libraries that gives the best performance as compared to other ways of communicating with MySQL. Using C/C++ also ensures that there are no external dependencies on any bulky frameworks and the download file is relatively small.

Although using a language that complies directly to machine instructions helps a lot, but true speed comes from better algorithms. A similar analogy in the MySQL context would be that you might get some benefits from tuning your …

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MySQL Conf. 2009 special – Get 20% discount on all products, MONyog 3.06 released!


We will be present at MySQL Conference & Expo, 2009. If you are around Silicon Valley, don’t forget to meet the team behind your favorite MySQL tools at Booth #317. We are happy to offer a flat 20% discount on all purchases made during this month. Use the coupon code: uc2009 during the purchase.

Also, we are pleased to announce the release of MONyog 3.06.

Changes (as compared to 3.05) include:

Bug fixes:
* Installation on Windows could fail with a js32.dll-related error. Waiting a few seconds and ‘retry’ would solve this but now the error does not come.
* Fixed a ‘false alert’ related to settings for temporary tables (the error occurred because of comparing an integer with a non-integer).
* With slow query logs generated from servers greater than 5.1 Query Analyzer “Max” column would show a value without …

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SQLyog 8.04 Has Been released

Changes (as compared to 8.03) include:

* Crash dumps with no information (zero-size) will now be deleted automatically.
* When saving/copying from the editor the LETTERCASE modfications for keywords and functions will now be preserved.
* Selecting a ‘child’ object for a table (columns and indexes) will now refresh the DATA tab if DATA tab is open. Before only selecting the table object itself did. Also the table information is now available in OBJECTS tab when a column or index is selected.
* Now also a ‘key’ icon is used for identifying the Primary Key in an Object Browser ‘Indexes’ folder,
* When a GRID cell is only partly visible, doubleclicking it will move the grid position so that cell/row will become visible (before it worked like that with singleclick - we changed to doubleclick as this is a de facto standard in such grids - in Excel for …

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OurDelta MySQL builds for Debian 5.0 (Lenny)

Peter has done the prep work for building on Lenny, see our Debian page for info on how to configure apt for easy updating (Lenny comes with 5.0.51).

Profile and Format MySQL queries with the New SQLyog 8.0


SQLyog 8.0 is a major new version of SQLyog introducing major features like Query Profiler, SQL Formatter and vastly improved look and feel.

Query Profiler:

MySQL has always lacked the sophisticated profiling tools shipped with proprietary databases like SQL Server, etc. MySQL developers have largely depended on EXPLAIN for tuning queries. The SHOW PROFILE patch by Jeremy Cole was introduced in the MySQL Community version 5.0.37 and it provided much more insight into where the query spends its time. However, to take advantage of this feature, MySQL developers were supposed to switch on profiling, run their queries and then filter the profiling data from a table that contained the profiling results of the last few profiled queries. A lot of manual book-keeping is required to take advantage of …

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SQLyog 7.15 Has Been released

Changes (as compared to 7.14) include:

* Added an option to use Base64 encoding for communicating XML data stream with the HTTP tunneller. Using this option can be required to work around this XML-related bug in PHP.
* Improved editor performance with large scripts if Wordwrap was enabled.

Bug fixes:
* On Windows Vista Business edition, SQLyog could crash while closing down. No other Windows OS (and also not any other Vista edition) was affected.
*  Also a ‘hang’ could occur when closing down. It could happen with all systems, but Windows Vista was mostly affected.
* Schema Sync failed with identically named Foreign Key CONSTRAINTs on identically named colums of basically same type (that could still differ in LENGTH, SIGNED/UNSIGNED specification etc.)

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MONyog 3.0 beta 1 Has Been Released

* The ‘query sniffer’ can now connect to and retrieve data from a running instance of the MySQL-proxy program used by one or more clients to connect to MySQL.  A LUA script for controlling the proxy for use with MONyog is provided with this build.  With this sniffer option the SHOW FULL PROCESSLIST statement will not be sent and thus use of ‘query sniffer’ will not put any load on MySQL.
* SSH connections will now attempt more authentication methods in case the first method attempted failed.  This will solve problems reported with tunneling to MySQL on FreeBSD that as per default does not support the full range of SSH authentication methods (and possible similar problems).


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MONyog 2.9 Has Been released

Changes (as compared to 2.83) includes:


* This release adds a ‘base time’ setting in MONyog. This setting (if defined by user) will be used for calculation of uptime-based counters. The reason for this implementation is that if FLUSH STATUS is executed with a MySQL server, specific server status variables will be reset to the same value as would be after a server restart. However the ‘uptime’ status variable itself is not affected by FLUSH STATUS. And as uptime-based counters will relate the value of cumultive status variables with some intial time, using the ‘uptime’ variable as the initial time will result in calculation of misleading values if FLUSH STATUS was executed. So to get true uptime-based counters in MONyog with servers that do not support the ‘uptime_since_flush_status’ variable (and currently only 5.0 COMMUNITY servers from 5.0.37 do - not ENTERPRISE servers …

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