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Have you ever seen BIG weird numbers in mk-query-digest report that just seem wrong? I have! Here’s one report I got today:

That can’t be right! Apparently there are couple bugs in the slowlog patch that aren’t really critical as the numbers are only wrong for the administrator commands. Yet when aggregated it kind of messes up the whole mk-query-digest output.

There’s a simple solution to that though — mk-query-digest –filter. With just a small change it will completely ignore administrator commands:

If these bugs are really bugging you, feel free to sponsor the fix. Otherwise enjoy the power of the almighty mk-query-digest!

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Aurimas Mikalauskas

Aurimas joined Percona as a first MySQL Performance Consultant in 2006, a few months after Peter and Vadim founded the company. His primary focus is on high performance, but he also specializes in full text search, high availability, content caching techniques and MySQL data recovery.



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