A year ago we took the wraps off the best MySQL feature of 2009: Performance Schema. It monitors multitudinous low-level server events and provides them in tables inside a new “database” called, surprisingly, PERFORMANCE_SCHEMA. So far …
On any operating system, with really small overhead, continuously.
There’s a German saying “Erst Eier legen, dann gackern, nicht umgekehrt” (first lay eggs, then cackle, not the other way around).
But this has now gone through the proposal stage, the architecture review, the coding, the code reviews by 6 engineers, the QA, and the documentation. It’s in the milestone now which we named “Celosia”.
This is the chance to find out about the roadmap from the architect of these tasks in the MySQL worklog:
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