Hi Frank,

Enable the slow log on the DB. Any queries which are above the threshold variable ( |long_query_time| <https://dev.mysql.com/doc/refman/5.7/en/server-system-variables.html#sysvar_long_query_time> ) will be logged .

Default is 10s, so I assume you'd want to drop this down to 1-2 ( or less ) for a shopcart type response time?

You can then use mysqldumpslow command to aggregate this file after a period of time to identify queries which are greater than long_query_time.

This is typically the first step in analyzing inefficient queries ( or more accurately, queries which are candidates for improvement ) in a running DB. eg

*|mysqldumpslow -s c -t 5 |*




Ronan McGlue

MySQL Support

On 13/04/2017 01:06, SSC_perl wrote:
On Apr 11, 2017, at 1:26 PM, Michael Munger <mich...@highpoweredhelp.com> wrote:

Use MySQL workbench.
        Thanks, Michael.  I played with it some already and it looks like it 
will give me a lot to work with.

        Will it also let me know if field types are wrong for the given 
information type, or is that asking for too much?




Ronan McGlue
MySQL Support
Oracle Australia

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