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From:Manuel Arostegui Date:April 4 2013 8:40pm
Subject:Re: Determing number of queries
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2013/4/4 Richard Reina <gatorreina@stripped>

> I am looking to spec out hardware for a new database server. I figured
> a good starting point would be to find out how much usage my current
> server is getting. It just a local machine that runs mysql and is
> queried by a few users here in the office. Is there a way that mysql
> can tell me info about it's workload?
> Thanks


You can start with show innodb status;
For the basics, you might want to start graphing the stats under ROW
OPERATIONS (inserts, updates, reads, deletes...)


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