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MySQL 5.7 Reference Manual  /  MySQL Performance Schema  /  Performance Schema Status Variables

25.16 Performance Schema Status Variables

The Performance Schema implements several status variables that provide information about instrumentation that could not be loaded or created due to memory constraints:

mysql> SHOW STATUS LIKE 'perf%';
+-------------------------------------------+-------+
| Variable_name                             | Value |
+-------------------------------------------+-------+
| Performance_schema_accounts_lost          | 0     |
| Performance_schema_cond_classes_lost      | 0     |
| Performance_schema_cond_instances_lost    | 0     |
| Performance_schema_file_classes_lost      | 0     |
| Performance_schema_file_handles_lost      | 0     |
| Performance_schema_file_instances_lost    | 0     |
| Performance_schema_hosts_lost             | 0     |
| Performance_schema_locker_lost            | 0     |
| Performance_schema_mutex_classes_lost     | 0     |
| Performance_schema_mutex_instances_lost   | 0     |
| Performance_schema_rwlock_classes_lost    | 0     |
| Performance_schema_rwlock_instances_lost  | 0     |
| Performance_schema_socket_classes_lost    | 0     |
| Performance_schema_socket_instances_lost  | 0     |
| Performance_schema_stage_classes_lost     | 0     |
| Performance_schema_statement_classes_lost | 0     |
| Performance_schema_table_handles_lost     | 0     |
| Performance_schema_table_instances_lost   | 0     |
| Performance_schema_thread_classes_lost    | 0     |
| Performance_schema_thread_instances_lost  | 0     |
| Performance_schema_users_lost             | 0     |
+-------------------------------------------+-------+

For information on using these variables to check Performance Schema status, see Section 25.7, “Performance Schema Status Monitoring”.

Performance Schema status variables have the following meanings: