Install Mtop (MySQL Database Server Monitoring) in RHEL/CentOS 6/5/4, Fedora 17-12

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7 Responses

  1. veerendra says:

    such a great job.

  2. venkat says:

    how to install mtop in ubuntu 12.10 please help me

  3. Bill says:

    I have multiple instances of mysql on one server (running on say, ports 3307, 3308 and 3309 instead of the default port of 3306) and each has it’s own socket defined seperately.

    How can I run mtop against these instances – it seems to only “play” with the default instance with standard port/socket setup … and I cannot find any way to specify these options as a command line option.

    Eg: mtop -S /tmp/mysql1.sock

    This works well for the standard mysql client – why wouldn’t it work for mtop too ???

    Cheers … Bill

  4. caetano says:

    This helped a lot !

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  6. Nik says:

    Thank you for such a wonderful post..

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