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Version 1.6.0 of the innotop MySQL monitor released

This release fixes minor bugs found in the 1.5.2 release. I consider 1.6.0 stable and ready for mass consumption.

Posted by Anonymous 2007-11-09

Version 1.5.2 of the innotop MySQL monitor released

This release adds significant new features to make it possible to debug which transaction holds the locks for which another transaction is waiting.

This release is part of the unstable 1.5 branch. Its features will ultimately go into the stable 1.6 branch. You can download it from the innotop-devel package at the following URL:

http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=186074

Changelog:... read more

Posted by Anonymous 2007-09-18

Version 1.5.1 of the innotop MySQL monitor released

This release is part of the unstable 1.5 branch. Its features will ultimately go into the stable 1.6 branch. You can download it from the innotop-devel package at the following URL:

http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=186074

Changelog:

2007-09-16: version 1.5.1

* Added C (Command Summary) mode.
* Fixed a bug in the 'avg' aggregate function.

Posted by Anonymous 2007-09-16

Version 1.5.0 of the innotop MySQL monitor released

This release is part of the unstable 1.5 branch. Its features will ultimately go into the stable 1.6 branch. You can download it from the innotop-devel package.

Changelog for innotop and InnoDBParser:

2007-09-10: version 1.5.0

Changes:
* Added plugin functionality.
* Added group-by functionality.
* Moved the configuration file to a directory.
* Enhanced filtering and sorting on pivoted tables.
* Many small bug fixes.

Posted by Anonymous 2007-09-10

Version 1.4.3 of the innotop MySQL monitor released

This release is a maintenance release containing minor bug fixes. There are no real functionality changes. The main point of this release is to get out a version that has reasonably complete documentation, which this release does have.

2007-07-16: version 1.4.3

Changes:
* Added standard --version command-line option
* Changed colors to cyan instead of blue; more visible on dark terminals.
* Added information to the filter-choosing dialog.
* Added column auto-completion when entering a filter expression.
* Changed Term::ReadKey from optional to mandatory.
* Clarified username in password prompting.
* Ten thousand words of documentation!... read more

Posted by Anonymous 2007-07-16

Version 1.4.2 of the innotop MySQL monitor released

Today's release of innotop 1.4.2 adds major new functionality and significant bug fixes.

Among the changes are quick-filters, more consistent and usable user interface, much better error handling, compatibility with MySQL 3.23 through 6.0, and much more. Everything from the configuration file to the key bindings has been improved.

The innotop MySQL and InnoDB monitor is a powerful interactive console-based tool that lets you see what's happening inside your MySQL server in real time. It's like the UNIX top program for MySQL, on steroids. It can monitor current queries; status information; InnoDB internals including current transactions, deadlocks, foreign keys, row operations, buffers, logs, I/O, semaphores and lock waits; replication status (master and slave both); open tables; and more. It is designed to monitor many servers at once, and has powerful filters, colorization rules and sorting to help you concentrate on what matters. It is a MySQL DBA's best friend. ... read more

Posted by Anonymous 2007-05-04

Version 1.4.1 of the innotop MySQL monitor released

Today's release of innotop 1.4.1 fixes a few minor bugs that might cause innotop
to crash or not display some data.

The innotop MySQL and InnoDB monitor is a powerful interactive console-based
tool that lets you see what's happening inside your MySQL server as it happens.
It's like the UNIX top program for MySQL, on steroids. It can monitor current
queries; status information; InnoDB internals including current transactions,
deadlocks, foreign keys, row operations, buffers, logs, I/O, semaphores and lock
waits; replication status (master and slave both); open tables; and more. It is
designed to monitor many servers at once, and has powerful filters, colorization
rules and sorting to help you concentrate on what matters. It is a MySQL DBA's
best friend.... read more

Posted by Anonymous 2007-03-29

innotop 1.4.0 released

Today marks the culmination of months of work on the new stable version on innotop, 1.4.0. The list of features that are new in 1.4.0 since 1.0 is large and compelling. Many of the new features are radical changes in the way innotop works, such as monitoring many servers at once instead of just one.

I hope you'll upgrade!

Posted by Anonymous 2007-03-03

Debian/Ubuntu packages released

.deb packages for the latest stable and unstable release of innotop are now available in the download section.

Posted by sebest 2007-02-04

innotop 1.3.5 released

Version 1.3.5 is nearly feature-complete for the upcoming stable 1.4 release. I recommend that everyone upgrade to it. There are a lot of new features, including some that were scheduled for 1.6 but got moved sooner because of user requests.

Posted by Anonymous 2007-02-03

innotop 1.0.1 and 1.3.0 released

We are happy to announce the release of 1.0.1 and 1.3.0 versions of the innotop MySQL and InnoDB monitor.

Version 1.0.1 contains minor, non-functional bug fixes and tweaks. The 1.0 debian package already included the important one (a mangled man page).

Version 1.3.0 contains a snapshot of the development branch which will become 1.4, and eventually 2.0. Some of the new features are a bit rough, and documentation and other niceties are lagging. Significant changes include non-interactive operation for use in scripting and other command-line jobs, monitoring many servers at once, and a new mode to help you monitor master/slave server status.

Posted by Anonymous 2007-01-16

innotop 1.0 released

Innotop version 1.0 has been released. This stable release contains only minor enhancements over version 0.1.160, to prevent terminal garbling and fix a minor compatibility issue with recent official MySQL binary builds.

At the moment this is the recommended build for most users who only monitor one MySQL instance. If you monitor multiple instances, you may be interested in the unstable version, which has many more features.

Posted by Anonymous 2007-01-06

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