It’s been three long years since the last MySQLTuner release but you’ll now find version 1.3.0 available on GitHub. You can get it from the git repository or via these extremely simple methods: wget -O mysqltuner.pl mysqltuner.pl wget –trust-server-names mysqltuner.pl There are a bunch of new features and fixes that you can find in the list of commits from today (2014-02-21). Some of the bigger adjustments include: Basic support for MariaDB 10.
If you push play, the video should scoot out to about the 14m40s mark where MySQLTuner appears on one of the slides. Thanks to Trent Hornibrook for letting me know!
It has finally arrived. MySQLTuner 1.0.0 is now available for download. Major improvements include full support for MySQL 5.1 and Solaris. You can review other changes in the changelog. As always, I’d like to personally thank everyone who has made this release possible. Your efforts have provided benefits from MySQL users worldwide, and they have shown me how rewarding it is to maintain open source software.
MySQLTuner 0.9.9 is now available for download. There’s a new wiki for the script at wiki.mysqltuner.com. The new wiki contains links to downloads, changelogs, and other details. If you want to know when the latest releases are available, there are multiple options: Follow RackerHacker on Twitter Sign up for the MySQLTuner mailing list Use the –checkversion option when you run the script
MySQLTuner 0.9.8 is now available for download and it is full of new changes! So far, MySQLTuner has been downloaded almost 24,000 times. Thanks for making it so popular. Easy download! You can download it simply by running wget mysqltuner.pl. You will automatically be redirected to the script. Access servers remotely If you have multiple servers that you need to tune and monitor, simply download MySQLTuner onto one machine. You can run it against other servers by specifying a hostname, port, and login credentials.