As of January 2013, work on mySQL Monitor has been put on hold for an indefinite period of time
mySQL Monitor is a basic database monitoring tool that allows you to monitor the load on your MySQL server throughout time. MySQL is undoubtedly one of the most-used relational database management systems out there, but many web developers and website owners have paid closer attention to its proper configuration, which is vital to achieving fast-loading and good-working websites.
As websites grow, they often start experiencing issues like slow loading times due to the results from database queries being delayed or due to a growing number of queries failing, because the server is overloaded and cannot process them.
All these issues can usually be fixed by tweaking the configuration of your MySQL server, but the harder part is to discover exactly which configuration variables need tweaking.
That’s where mySQL Monitor comes in hand. It generates a graph that shows you the performance of your MySQL server in real time, monitoring the most important parts of the configuration: the memory your server uses for its MyISAM and InnoDB buffers and the number of threads it’s currently executing.
With mySQL Monitor on your side, you can not only troubleshoot your MySQL configuration, but also improve the overall performance of your website.
mySQL Monitor is installed in few simple steps and in less than 5 minutes! A detailed help file is also available to help you read and understand the data that mySQL Monitor shows you and take the necessary actions.