Tracking SQL statistics with ExtSQL
Because you might not want to share ExtSQL information with every user, the configuration file lets you specify the users who will have access:
The root user is always allowed access.
Additional commands (Table 2) allow the database administrator to temporarily suspend data collection, store data, and even change what data is being collected – without a server restart.
A configuration option called extsql_reload_file allows you to store collected data, which is automatically saved and restored during a restart.
Development with ExtSQL should be strong, and we plan to provide a focal point for community discussion, bug reports, fixes, and enhancements.
- ExtSQL: http://www.ExtSQL.com/
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