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Support for MySQL (and variants)

Support for MySQL (and variants)

It would be great if DPA supported MySQL (and variants) like it did other databases.

Update: For customers under maintenance, DPA 10.0 with MySQL support is now in your customer portal.


For more information, see Database Performance Analyzer 9.5 Release Candidate is available now!!!!

12 Comments
lietzc
Level 7

Given how much we love DPA/Ignite, we would buy some licenses to MySQL in a heartbeat.

oliver.grist
Level 10

We have tried this on MSSQL database to see first hand all the data available, and can see this being hugely useful.

However a large amount of our estate is MySQL.

archie
Level 9

Postgres support.  There is a free static HTML analysis tool called PGBadger, but the data warehouse approach is better.

balvey
Level 8

+1 for PostgreSQL support

zsupicic
Level 8

Hi, I introduced a separate PostgreSQL "idea" here, as I did not see your comment beforehand. Please add your votes in the appropriate area, if possible. Thanks.

Having both a SQL and MySQL databases, it would be great to have one program to monitor all of the instances in once location.

davidfu
Level 7

Yes to MYSQL and her variants (even Drizzle).  Have the repository support expanded to these as well.

lushman
Level 7

I agree, Currently I use DPA to Monitor SQL and Oracle Databases, We have a few MySQL Database but no tools to monitor them.

archie
Level 9

MySQL variants means other variants of MySQL like MariaDB.  So vote for PostgreSQL in another thread and not here if that is what you desire.

oliver.grist
Level 10

We currently use the SAM MySQL monitoring and it is good.

But since upgrading MySQL from version 5.6 it contains the performance_schema which contains a wealth of potentially useful information.

     MySQL :: MySQL 5.6 Reference Manual :: 22 MySQL Performance Schema