Monitoring server through system monitor counter is a mechanism being widely used by all major DBMS to measure, analyze and tune the complicated server installation. A quick overview of the monitoring information can provide users an overall snapshot of the health of the server. A deep drill down of the data can help users, DBAs as well as developers to locate performance bottlenecks, resource shortage and even identify potential defects in the system.
Jimmy is a member of InnoDB team in Oracle. He has over 10 years experience in RDBMS storage engine development. Prior to InnoDB, he manages the index and DBA Commands teams for Sybase Inc. He has an M.S. degree in computer science from the University of Wisconsin, Madison.
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