Sun Microsystems has added a query analysis tool to MySQL, but for paying customers only. The Fall '08 upgrade for Sun's subscription-based MySQL Enterprise service includes Query Analyzer, a closed-source tool designed to improve the speed of mySQL database applications. Query Analyzer monitors query performance to help spot …
Finally we might make some money on this deal
Maybe the SEC should require companies to publish ROI on acquisitions vs.
just write them off after the companies marketcap cannot justify the goodwill
Didn't there used to be a tool called 'Query Analyzer' that was basically a query browsing and admin type tool? This was before Sun bought MySQL, mind, but still - hasn't that name been used?
I believe a small American cowboy outfit used the name for a glorified text editor once.
Re: Query Analyzer
"Didn't there used to be a tool called 'Query Analyzer' that was basically a query browsing and admin type tool?"
There's the Query Browser and MySQL Administrator - both of which are freely downloadable as the 'MySQL GUI tools' as well as being in the package repositories for various flavours of Linux. Not sure if the Browser does 'proper' query analysis though, since I very rarely use it on account of the fact that it's seemingly more unstable than Administrator.
There's a "MySQL Query Browser" in the Ubuntu repos that is good but crashes a lot.
You are probably thinking of the MySQL Query Browser(?)
What's wrong with the output of EXPLAIN?
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