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MySQLTuner Revision 29 is now available

A new version of MySQLTuner was released tonight to correct some bugs found within revision 26. As usual, you can get a new copy from the MySQLTuner site.

Here are the new features:

» Storage engine counts are shown

In addition to the actual size of the tables stored under each storage engine, there is a table count as well. The table count reflects the number of tables that exist on the server which use the specified storage engine.

» Minor changes

  • Reduced overall code size
  • Optimized subroutines to use fewer system calls and math computations
  • Added storage engine disabling recommendations to the bottom of the output

» Bugs fixed

  • Fixed an issue that caused incorrect statistics for storage engines with MySQL 3.23
  • Corrected a logic bug that displayed odd storage engine statistics calculations