SQL Diagnostic Manager for MySQL provides the following new features and fixed issues:
8.8 New Features
- SQL DM for MySQL now monitors Google Cloud SQL server Operating System metrics.
- This release includes Google Cloud SQL server file based log monitoring for General query, Slow query, and Error log files.
8.8 Fixed Issues
- Regular Expression can now be used for the "Queries Starting with" filter for Processlist based Sniffer.
- The "Flush Status" query was renamed to "Flush Local Status" in the Monitors tab.
- SQL DM for MySQL is no longer displaying the warning message "User does not seem to have PROCESS privileges on this host. Only user's own processes will be displayed".
- The message "No data to display" in the history trend analysis graph for Monitor InnoDB cache>Free Memory is no longer prompting.
- SQL DM for MySQL is no longer displaying the "Undefined" message when hovering over the trend graph with a Monitor value of zero.
- The SQL Query for the CSO Tables_Without_Constraints was modified to excludes the views.
- SQL DM for MySQL now correctly raises SNMP traps/Syslog notifications when a monitor state changes from "Warning" to "Critical".
- The password field value is now correctly shown as a masked value.
- The RDS Log monitoring "Test reading the file" now correctly checks for "DownloadDBLogFilePortion" permissions.
The double quotes can now be used in the email subject format.
The MariaDB C/C connector was upgraded.
SQL DM for MySQL has included an option to show truncated query/full query in the Threads page.
All the SQL DM for MySQL passwords are stored encrypted in the SQLite database.