This section describes the Query Analysis advisors.
Monitors the average execution time of a normalized SQL statement and generates events if the execution time exceeds the defined thresholds.
This advisor has the following parameters:
Average Execution Time Thresholds: Generates events if the average execution time exceeds the defined thresholds.
Minimum Execution Count: Minimum number of times a normalized statement must be executed before it can generate an event.
One Alert per Query: Specify how events are generated. The possible values are:
Yes: generate an event for each normalized query that exceeds a threshold
No: generate a single event per MySQL Server summarizing all queries that exceed the thresholds. This is the default behavior.
DML Statements Only: Specify for which statements events are generated. The possible values are:
Yes: generate events for DML statements only.
No: generate events for all SQL statements.
Alerts when query pileups occur, when the number of threads running increase rapidly over a short period of time. For example, based on the defaults for this advisor, if the exponential moving average of Threads_running has increased by 50% or more, but less than 80%, over the last 1 minute, it raises a Warning alert.
Window Size: duration of the moving average window over which monitoring is done.
Growth Rate Thresholds: percentage growth rate of the running statements during the defined moving average window.
Minimum Running Threads: the minimum number of running threads before an event is generated.
Generates events when a normalized SQL statement generates errors or warnings over a period of time.
One Alert Per Query: generate events for queries which return errors or warnings. Possible values are:
Yes: generate an event for each normalized query which returns an error or warning.
No: generate a single event, per MySQL server, summarizing all queries which generated errors or warnings.
Enables capturing and reporting of query analysis data.
Enable Example Query: provides detailed data about the queries and their parameters. Enabling this parameter results in an increase in the RAM used by the monitoring agent.
This feature requires
This is disabled by default in MySQL 5.6.
Enable Example Explain: executes EXPLAIN on the selected statement. This is executed for statements whose runtime exceeds the value defined in Auto-Explain Threshold.
Auto-Explain Threshold: Explains are executed for statements whose runtime is longer than the value defined here.
Explains are generated for query data supplied by the MySQL Enterprise Monitor Proxy and Aggregator, Connector/J plugin, and Performance Schema sources.
Explain is supported for all DML statements on MySQL 5.6.3 or
higher. On earlier versions, only