>>>>> "Mike" == Mike Wexler <mwexler@stripped> writes:
Mike> At 08:15 PM 11/12/99 +0200, sinisa@stripped wrote:
>> Mike Wexler writes: > > > > >HI! > > > >The
easiest way is to
>> run mysqlgui process window with TIME column > >sorted in
>> descending order. > > > >When mysqld gets stuck, you will
>> clearly observer the offending query > >!!! > > This requires
>> starting the mysqlgui before the problem occurs, correct? >
>> Also mysqlgui requires a X11 client, correct? It would be nice
>> to be able > to somehow check whats running after you find out
>> that mysqld is stuck. > > >
>> Yes, start mysqlgui, and all necessary administration dialog
>> update automatically , with a preset timeout value, with manual
>> MySQLGUI is supposed to run on the client side, not server !!!
>> It is supposed to run on the compulters of administrators,
>> analysts and programmers.
Mike> Yes, but theoretically I could run an X server on my Windows
Mike> box and run mysqlgui on my server pointing to my Windows box
Mike> for display.
Or possibly VNC : http://www.orl.co.uk/vnc