If things are still as before,
you get MEM only if you have a support contract with Oracle,
so it would make more sense to ask Oracle.
They make that product, they know better how it works, they can help you
better, and you are entitled to get that help.
Consider that the users of the Community MySQL version do not have MEM,
so you will find a very small percentage of people that used that (I am in
this small percentage).
2012/11/11 Bheemsen Aitha <pgbn73@stripped>
> Hi list,
> I just installed MySQL Enterprise Monitor (MEM) to monitor our MySQL NDB
> cluster. Per our company policies, I need to test all MEM advisors for all
> metrics. Did anyone do this before? Any there any tools to test the
> advisors in MEM? I appreciate if anyone can share their experiences with