----- Original Message -----
> From: "Brent Clark" <brentgclarklist@stripped>
> I was wondering. Is there anyway Mysql can be monitored for when you
> need to run mysqladmin flush-hosts?
You'd only need to run that when the DNS entries for a client changes, so it's not really
a mysql monitoring issue. Usually, that's rare; but it's generally recommended to
authorize based off IPs and set skip-name-resolve anyway - without that option, DNS is a
weak point not under your control even if you only use IPs.
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