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We prepared RPMs of our release for RedHat 5 / CentOS 5 x86_64 platform.
https://www.percona.com/blog/mysql/RPM/RHEL5/5.0.62/

There was question what patcheset includes and if there is manuals.
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Vadim Tkachenko

Vadim leads Percona's development group, which produces the Percona Server, Percona Server for MongoDB, Percona XtraDB Cluster and Percona XtraBackup. He is an expert in solid-state storage, and has helped many hardware and software providers succeed in the MySQL market.



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  • Great work and thanks for sharing. Rumor has it you use the Information Schema to export the output from the monitoring rather than SHOW {TABLE,USER,INDEX}_STATISTICS. That sounds great. We are still in a MySQL 4.0 mindset and don’t know much about the Information Schema.

    We just added support to rotate the slow query log. And we are trying to add SHOW CLIENT_STATISTICS that will aggregate resource consumption by client IP. That should be out in a patch soon.

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  • Hi Vadim,

    What is the advantage of using the RHEL5 RPMs vs the generic RPMs on a CentOS/RedHat system?

    Thanks

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  • Vadim Post author

    Aaron,

    Distribution specific RPMS is better updated for given distributive, as it takes into account standard paths, libraries, config files etc.

    But in general generic RPMs also should work.

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  • Vadim Post author

    Mark,

    We are not using INFORMATION_SCHEMA yet, but working on this patch right now.

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