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Jet Profiler for MySQL 2.0 released

Posted October 14th, 2011 at 04:26 by Jet Profiler team
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Jet Profiler for MySQL 2.0 is now available!

Multi-language Support

We are pleased to announce that multi-language support is now available via this release, responding to feedback and user requests. Support is now available in three languages including English, German and Swedish. If you would like Jet Profiler translated into your language, please let us know. And if you feel you can help us with translation, even better!

Adjustable data retention timeframe

Adjustable data retention timeframe is another exciting feature. The feature itself allows you to specify how long the application will keep the data before discarding it. This feature enables extended profiling over days or weeks without sacrificing a great deal in performance or disk space. You can access this setting via the recording settings dialog.

Top IP statistics

Another powerful feature in this release is Top IPs. This new feature will let you know which client IPs are using the database the most. This will be helpful if you have lots of client nodes using the database, such as a group of web servers. With the help of Top IPs you’ll be able to quickly ascertain if the load pattern is evenly distributed or not. This can commonly be the case if some machines have dedicated workloads such as cron jobs or an admin gui.

This release also contains bug fixes concerning performance and other issues.

For a 1-minute tour, click here.

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Abhijit Sen | October 20th, 2011 at 05:38
I am using demo version of jet profiler for my mysql server

but i want to see each and every query that are been run on the server by the other usear is it possible. i found that when a query is been run on the tables that are not in the top table group were not reflected.
can u please help me with this as i have to monitor each and every query that are running.
Abhijit Sen | October 20th, 2011 at 05:40
I am using demo version of jet profiler for my mysql server

but i want to see each and every query that are been run on the server by the other user is it possible. i found that when a query is been run on the tables that are not in the top table group were not reflected.
can u please help me with this as i have to monitor each and every query that are running.
Bjorn | October 20th, 2011 at 07:35


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