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Oracle recently came out with the MySQL Enterprise Audit plugin.

However, currently there is no integration with their Audit Vault or DB Firewall products for robust filtering, reporting, etc. But since this log conforms to the Oracle Audit Log Specification I would assume that there are several third-party solutions that can parse the log file (e.g. by DB) and provide reporting capability.

It looks like Sawmill might work.

Do you know of others?

I'm not looking for recommendations. I will do my own evaluation. Just looking for options at this point.

Thanks!

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We are working on this at dbWatch. We aim to include audit support for Oracle, SQL Server, Sybase and MySQL when we release version 11 later this year. If you are interested we arrange beta testing and use your feedback to include the features you need in this product.

I work with development at dbWatch, so please check out our product as (http://www.dbwatch.com) and if you are interested in working with us for this audit module, we would be happy to hear from you.

-Chris

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While we appreciate your comments and that you are willing to allow us to beta-test your product, please ensure when posting an answer that you actually include an answer. –  Max Vernon Mar 12 '13 at 18:56

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