Before utilizing tools like Releem or other performance optimization techniques, it's essential for database administrators to ensure that their MySQL server has been running for at least 24 hours. This allows the server to accumulate a sufficient amount of data and provide more accurate insights into its performance.
To analyze MySQL server status and detect any variables that require configuration adjustments, database administrators can query the server using the SHOW GLOBAL STATUS; command. This command will deliver various metrics that reflect the current performance and status of the MySQL server.
These metrics are crucial for understanding the health of the database system and can be categorized into different areas, such as cache performance, database efficiency, and temporary data metrics. With Releem, database administrators can easily manage and monitor these health checks
. Each of the metrics noted below is tracked by Releem.