You can do this
show engine innodb status\G ---this will show how many
insert/deletes/updates/reads happening per second and also how much of
Buffer is being used and how many queries are currently running and how many
are in queue.
show processlist---This will give the list of SQL 's currently running on
Also if you using Unix/Linux box, use the top command, this will give u an
general idea where exactly the resource are being heavly used.
On 9/16/05, James Black <jblack@stripped> wrote:
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> We have a production server that may be getting overworked, but I don't
> When I look at 'mysqladmin status' it consistently shows 107.#
> queries/sec on average. That seems a bit high, it should be less, I
> imagine, since the Id number in the processlist seems to increment by
> perhaps 5-10/second.
> Is there a way to monitor the server, without putting too much of a load
> on the mysql server, to see what is going on?
> - --
> "Love is mutual self-giving that ends in self-recovery." Fulton Sheen
> James Black james@stripped
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