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revised Is there a way to run mysqldumpslow against slow queries logged to a table?
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comment Is there a way to run mysqldumpslow against slow queries logged to a table?
This makes querying the data a bit quicker, but I'm interested in how to provide a summary of slow queries that I can then pass along to our developers.
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comment How can I replicate some tables without transferring the entire log?
@RolandoMySQLDBA: I think your answer would work, but I am very hesitant to add another copy of the database to an existing server - I just don't think the existing server has the available capacity, in either RAM or CPU.
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comment Mysql query with LIMIT much slower under RDS (5.6) than old 5.1 system
Yes, but how come it wasn't a problem previously?
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