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plugin:slowlog [2010/09/06 15:45]
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plugin:slowlog [2019/10/29 15:16] (current)
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 type:plugin type:plugin
 plugin_nspage:slowlog plugin_nspage:slowlog
-author_page:+author_page:internal:the_cacti_group
 description:Simple plugin to allow you to analyze your MySQL Slow Query Logs description:Simple plugin to allow you to analyze your MySQL Slow Query Logs
-version:1.0 +version:1.3 
-pia_version:2.x +status:deprecated 
-cacti_version:0.8.7e,0.8.7g +cacti_version:0.8.8 
-homepage_url: +date:2011-10-05
-date: 2010-09-06 +
-email:+
 license:GPL v2 license:GPL v2
-plugins_tags: analysis, performance, slow, logs, autid, database, mysql+plugins_tags: analysis, performance, slow, logs, audit, database, mysql
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 +<note warning>This plugin is no longer supported.  If you would like to contribute to it to make it better so that we can release.  Please contact the developers through [[https://www.github.com/cacti|GitHub.]]</note>
 ===== Download ===== ===== Download =====
  
-This plugin can be download here: {{:plugin:slowlog-v1.0-1.tgz|}}+Archive (Cacti 0.8.8): {{:plugin:slowlog-v1.3-1.tgz|}} 
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 +Archive (Cacti 0.8.8): {{:plugin:slowlog-v1.1-1.tgz|}}
  
 ===== Purpose ===== ===== Purpose =====
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 Analysis by Table Name Analysis by Table Name
 Detailed View of Queries by Table Detailed View of Queries by Table
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 ===== Prerequisites ===== ===== Prerequisites =====
  
 PIA 2.x is required. PIA 2.x is required.
  
-You must also turn on MySQL Slow Query Logs and have a threshold that is reasonable.  Once you have an operational MySQL Slow Query Log, you must also make sure your Web server can upload the file sizes you may experience from your server.+<note important>You must turn on MySQL Slow Query Logs and have a threshold that is reasonable.</note> 
 +<note important>You must also make sure your Web server can upload files of whatever size are being produced by your query logs</note> 
  
-There are two PHP.INI variables that control the size of you file uploads.  They are 'upload_max_filesize', and 'post_max_size'.  Both of these variables must be set, and the Apache server restarted to upload large files.+There are two PHP.INI variables that control the size of you file uploads.  They are **'upload_max_filesize'**, and **'post_max_size'**.  Both of these variables must be set, and the Apache server restarted to upload large files.
  
 ===== Installation ===== ===== Installation =====
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 ===== Screenshots ===== ===== Screenshots =====
 [[plugin:slowlog.screenshots]] [[plugin:slowlog.screenshots]]
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