DESCRIPTIONmysql2dlf converts a MySQL query log file to DLF format. Information on MySQL can be found on http://www.mysql.org/. The query log file is defined by the --log[=file] option of mysqld, or the log=file setting in MySQL configuration file.
Such a log file looks like e.g.
/usr/sbin/mysqld, Version: 3.23.43-debug-log, started with: Tcp port: 3306 Unix socket: /var/run/mysqld/mysqld.sock Time Id Command Argument 011218 15:02:58 1 Connect [email protected] on 1 Query SHOW VARIABLES LIKE 'pid_file' 1 Shutdown 011226 21:35:59 6 Connect [email protected] on 6 Init DB nmrshiftdb 6 Query SHOW VARIABLES
42401 Query SELECT bannerID, banner, format, width, height, alt, url FROM banners WHERE act = 'true' AND (keyw = 'fullsize' OR keyw = 'global')
The generic database dlf format is described in database.xml.
EXAMPLESTo process a log as produced by MySQL:
$ mysql2dlf < mysql-log
mysql2dlf will be rarely used on its own, but is more likely called by lr_log2report:
$ lr_log2report mysql < /var/log/mysql-log
NOTESThe parser has been tested for query log files for MySQL 3.23.46 only.
BUGSThis converter stores all log files information in one big nested array in memory, before writing. Therefore, memory consumption is linear with the size of the log.
VERSION$Id: mysql2dlf.in,v 1.12 2010/12/05 20:36:45 wraay Exp $
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AUTHOREgon Willighagen <[email protected]>