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Percona Toolkit 3.0.2 is now available

 | March 27, 2017 |  Posted In: Events and Announcements, MySQL, Percona Software, Percona Toolkit


Percona ToolkitPercona announces the availability of Percona Toolkit 3.0.2 on March 27, 2017.

Percona Toolkit is a collection of advanced command-line tools that perform a variety of MySQL and MongoDB server and system tasks too difficult or complex for DBAs to perform manually. Percona Toolkit, like all Percona software, is free and open source.

This release includes the following changes:

New Features
  • PT-73: Added support for SSL connections to pt-mongodb-summary and pt-mongodb-query-digest
  • 1642751: Enabled gathering of information about locks and transactions by pt-stalk using Performance Schema if it is enabled (Thanks, Agustin Gallego)
Bug Fixes
  • PT-74: Fixed gathering of security settings when running pt-mongodb-summary on a mongod instance that is specified as the host
  • PT-75: Changed the default sort order in pt-mongodb-query-digest output to descending
  • PT-76: Added support of & and # symbols in passwords for pt-mysql-summary
  • PT-77: Updated Makefile to support new MongoDB tools
  • PT-89: Fixed pt-stalk to run top more than once to collect useful CPU usage
  • PT-93: Fixed pt-mongodb-query-digest to make query ID match query key (Thanks, Kamil Dziedzic)
  • PT-94: Fixed pt-online-schema-change to not make duplicate rows in _t_new when updating the primary key. Also, see 1646713.
  • PT-101: Fixed pt-table-checksum to correctly use the –slave-user and –slave-password options. Also, see 1651002.
  • PT-105: Fixed pt-table-checksum to continue running if a database is dropped in the process

You can find release details in the release notes. Bugs can be reported on Toolkit’s launchpad bug tracker.

Alexey Zhebel

Alexey works for Percona as a Technical Writer responsible for open source software documentation. He joined the company in March 2015 with almost 8 years of prior experience in writing and managing technical documentation. Before joining Percona, Alexey worked for Oracle on Java SE and Java ME documentation. And before that his writing experience revolved around virtualization and information security software. Alexey has a degree in Electrical Engineering and a supplementary qualification in translation theory (Russian-English). He lives in Saint Petersburg, Russia with his wife and son. He spends his free time practicing and playing ultimate frisbee in a local team.

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