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From: Ananda Kumar (anandklgmail.com)
Date: Fri Jun 20 2008 - 04:29:52 CDT
if using innodb do
show innodb status\G.
Here u will see real time insert,delete,update and selects.
On 6/20/08, Venu Madhav Padakanti <venuneureol.com> wrote:
> I am using MySQL version 5.0.22, I am interested in knowing the current
> performance on the MySQL.
> With the status command we can get the queries per second but it will
> average since the beginning of time when SQL was up and running and not the
> current rate?
> Is there any way to reset that parameter so that the data can reflect
> current without restarting the MySQL
> Thanks in advance