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#876 (ok 3.4) SSL status should be less visible

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2013-06-11
2006-02-20
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Hi,

Could you hide the InnoDB status if InnoDB isn't loaded?

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  • Logged In: YES
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    please explain, what 'InnoDB Status'?

     
  • Michal Čihař
    Michal Čihař
    2006-03-02

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    No explanation?

     
  • Logged In: YES
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    I didn't get the email notification for this one. The one
    in server_status.php.

     
  • Michal Čihař
    Michal Čihař
    2006-03-02

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    But MySQL exports this information even when you have InnoDB
    disabled. I do not think we should hide it.

     
  • Logged In: YES
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    43 rows with a 0 value aren't useful.

     
  • Michal Čihař
    Michal Čihař
    2006-03-02

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    After more thinking about it: yes it should be hidden from
    server status. Same applies to NDB if it is disabled.

     
  • Michal Čihař
    Michal Čihař
    2006-03-02

    • summary: Hide InnoDB status if it's not enabled --> Hide InnoDB and NDB status if it's not enabled
     
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    Michal, imho all storage engine related stuff should be
    moved to server_engines.php. That's what this section was
    made for. :-)

     
  • Michal Čihař
    Michal Čihař
    2006-03-23

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    Yes I know :-).

     
  • Logged In: YES
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    "Yes I know, let's do it" or "Yes I know, but I don't care"? ;-)

     
  • Michal Čihař
    Michal Čihař
    2006-03-23

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    It means "Yes I know, somebody should do it" ;-)

     
  • InnoDB appears to be gone, thanks. Now SSL needs to go too (if it's all 0). ;)

     
  • SSL should also be moved to the bottom, it's not so interesting I think.

     
  • Michal Čihař
    Michal Čihař
    2010-01-21

    SSL status moved to the end.

     
  • Michal Čihař
    Michal Čihař
    2010-01-21

    • priority: 5 --> 1
    • assigned_to: nobody --> nijel
    • summary: Hide InnoDB and NDB status if it's not enabled --> (ok 3.4) SSL status should be less visible
     
  • Is it also hidden when SSL is unused?

     
  • Staze
    Staze
    2010-12-22

    innodb status still seems to show if disabled (via skip-innodb in my.cnf) in 3.3.8.1.

     
  • Marc Delisle
    Marc Delisle
    2010-12-22

    staze,
    the summary saying "ok 3.4" means that this change is part of 3.4.x, not 3.3.x.

     
  • Staze
    Staze
    2010-12-22

    doh! I totally missed that. sorry!

     
  • Why is it still not at the bottom?

     
  • Michal Čihař
    Michal Čihař
    2011-01-28

    What is not on the bottom? SSL is at the bottom and InnoDB is not shown if not enabled (in 3.4).

     
  • An unnamed? table with Compression, Open_files and Open_streams is at the bottom in my case.

     
  • Michal Čihař
    Michal Čihař
    2011-01-28

    Okay, at the very bottom is table with replication status. But the SSL status is definitely less visible.

    The unnamed table contains fields which are not sorted out and I don't think it makes sense to put it somewhere in the middle.

     
  • Staze
    Staze
    2011-01-28

    I must be missing something, because I'm trying a beta of 3.4 right now, and innodb is clearly visible in the status page, right where it is in 3.3.9.

    Is there something you have to configure in config.inc.php to hide this?

     
  • Michal Čihař
    Michal Čihař
    2011-01-28

    It is visible if enabled in MySQL.

     
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