- Denish Patel
- 21st January 2011
Many customers are asking for getting stats from their MySQL installation. It’s pretty easy to find stats per database from Com_ variables and graph them as counter to get the number of INSERT/UPDATE/DELETE on the database level. To get the DML stats from MySQL at table level there is only one option : mysqlbinlog . Here is the best post I found that can help you to answer your question.
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