>> Am I naive or is this a viable proposition?
WS> Oh, I see, you would like to connect this information with the
WS> pid, right? I wouldn't know how to do that. How do you get a pid?
WS> Is this something MySQL could provide?
No, not with the pid.
With the number of places from where sql queries are executed and
the number on different queries, it's not always easy to find from
where a query, which is for example locking Mysql, as been executed.
The only thing I would like is to be able to attach a comment to a
connection id which could be returned by the "mysqladmin process"
command. And something that would not add more load to Mysql nor
more coding in the client.