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MONyog MySQL Monitor 6.27 Has Been Released

  • peter_laursen
  • April 16th, 2015
  • MONyog, Releases
  • Changes (as compared to 6.26) include:

    Bug fixes:
    * MONyog no longer prompts the user to re-type the admin password while upgrading on Windows.
    * In Edit Server page it was possible to retrieve the MySQL password by inspecting JSON with browser’s javascript debugging module/plugin.
    * MONyog was not able to authenticate a user from LDAP group consisting of linked users (i.e. users with membership of more than one group).
    * Monitors page failed to load in case an empty group (with no counters) existed.
    * Replication tab failed to load after restart of a server when monitoring a master-master replication setup.

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    Introducing SQLyog 12.1 with a fresh modern design

  • Chetan
  • March 26th, 2015
  • MySQL, SQLyog
  • Rolling out a major design refresh to the most powerful manager, admin and GUI tool for MySQL and MariaDB. The aim of this release is to deliver a modern look and improve the overall SQLyog experience.

    With the redesigned SQLyog, you’ll get a fresh GUI without the need to relearn anything. Every pixel of the app has been retouched to improve both form and functionality.

    SQLyog with a fresh modern design

    We hope these little enhancements will make you fall in love with SQLyog all over again.

    Existing customers can download SQLyog 12.1 from Customer Area. To evaluate SQLyog 12.1, please download a 14-day trial.

    We are really excited about this update and we hope you enjoy the new look of your favorite MySQL GUI tool. Please feel free to share your feedback.

    Cheers,
    Team SQLyog

    15 Time-saving SQLyog keyboard shortcuts you need to know

  • Chetan
  • March 26th, 2015
  • MySQL, SQLyog
  • Developer’s best kept secret – learn to type really fast. If we could extend this secret a little further, a great developer should also add keyboard shortcuts to his repertoire to get work done at insane levels of speed. After all, we are typists first, programmers second.

    SQLyog supports a plethora of shortcuts. But, we’ve curated the most important ones that you need to memorize to become a SQLyog expert.

    Time-saving SQLyog keyboard shortcuts you need to know

    So, go ahead, download the cheat sheet, print it and have it in your workstation.

    Cheers,
    Team SQLyog

    MONyog MySQL Monitor 6.26 Has Been Released

  • peter_laursen
  • March 19th, 2015
  • MONyog, Releases
  • Changes (as compared to 6.25) include:

    Bug fixes:
    * When monitoring MySQL 5.6.3 and higher, MONyog reported false notification alert for ‘innodb_thread_sleep_delay’ when notifications for change in server configuration was enabled.
    * Replication page failed to show data if SHOW SLAVE STATUS on one server was hanging.
    * Server Config page was not always showing proper data when “show only changed values” is selected.
    * In some rare cases Monitors page was not displaying data after editing SSH tunnel details.
    * MONyog 32 bit build was not accepting port beyond 16-bit limit (> 2^16 – 1). This limit has been increased to handle full 32-bit range (up to 2^32 – 1).

    Miscellaneous:
    * Email Alerts in MONyog now contain Tag(s) and MySQL host of the corresponding server.

    Downloads: https://www.webyog.com/product/downloads
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    SQLyog MySQL GUI 12.09 Released

  • peter_laursen
  • March 2nd, 2015
  • Releases, SQLyog
  • Important note: With the 12.0 release we changed registration keys. The new key is available for registered users from our Customer Portal. Users upgrading from a pre-12.0 version should have the new key available before installing. Until SQLyog 12.x is registered with the proper key, it will only display the registration dialog.

    Bug fixes:
    * Fixed a crash on ALTER TRIGGER introduced in 12.08. This crash was due to unavailability of SHOW CREATE TRIGGER (in MySQL server before 5.1 or due to a MySQL Bug). The patch in 12.08 failed on such environments. We will now revert to old logic if SHOW CREATE TRIGGER is not available or returns an error or an empty string.
    * Same problem as listed above could cause a crash in Schema Sync.
    * Import External Data would map a MS SQL varchar(max) datatype to a MySQL ‘varchar’. The ODBC driver for MS SQL would then return an empty string for varchar(max) columns. We now map MS SQL varchar(max) to a MySQL ‘TEXT’ datatype as default.
    * On batch execution of queries the Query Profiler will now be disabled. Earlier SQLyog EXPLAINed first explainable statement in batch execution. This arbitrary choice has caused confusion, and in cases where the batch executed a DROP TABLE it could result in an error when a table referenced in EXPLAIN did not exist anymore.
    * SQLyog restricted user from entering a table comment of more than 60 characters. Now if user is using MySQL server >5.5.3+ he/she will be able to enter table comments up to 2048 characters.
    * Fixed a crash on “copy database to different host”. Only SQLyog Community was affected. This bug was introduced in SQLyog 11.52.

    Miscellaneous:
    * Fixed the Korean translation with patches contributed by a Korean user.

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    MONyog MySQL Monitor 6.25 Has Been Released

  • peter_laursen
  • February 19th, 2015
  • MONyog, Releases
  • Changes (as compared to 6.24) include:

    Features:
    * Optimized Monitors page to populate faster. In particular in history/trends timeframe this is a dramatic performance improvement, as it will now populate 50 or more times faster than before with large data series.

    Bug fixes:
    * An incorrect (javascript)  monitor definition could cause a yellow bar-shaped area to appear instead of a proper error in Monitors page for the affected counter.
    * Setting ‘Notify Till Stable’ using the MONyog API was not working as expected.
    * Fixed a rare crash with a large number servers monitored. It would require more than 300 servers registered for this crash to occur on an average system.
    * Minor UI fixes.

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    SQLyog MySQL GUI 12.08 Released

  • peter_laursen
  • February 9th, 2015
  • SQLyog
  • Important note: With the 12.0 release we changed registration keys. The new key is available for registered users from our Customer Portal. Users upgrading from a pre-12.0 version should have the new key available before installing. Until SQLyog 12.x is registered with the proper key, it will only display the registration dialog.

    Features:
    * Added option to prefix files with timestamp as well as ‘file per table’ option in “export as SQL dump” dialog. This is now available in Professional and higher versions of SQLyog.

    Bug fixes:
    * Launching “Visual Data Compare” from data synchronization wizard could fail. From ‘powertools’ menu there was no such issue. This bug was introduced in SQLyog 12.04.
    * Escaped strings in a TRIGGER definition could have the escapes removed when copying and when using Schema Sync.  This fix is actually a workaround for a bug in MySQL.

    Miscellaneous:
    * When using HTTP-tunnel, SQLyog will identify itself to the webserver using a ‘user agent string’.  This string now identifies SQLyog as an  IE11-compatible application running on Windows 8.1. Before it was IE6 running on Windows XP. This has been reported to cause ‘denial of service’ with some hosting systems.

    Downloads: https://www.webyog.com/product/downloads
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    MONyog MySQL Monitor 6.24 Has Been Released

  • peter_laursen
  • February 4th, 2015
  • MONyog, Releases
  • Changes (as compared to 6.23) include:

    Bug Fixes:
    * MONyog was resetting “Monitor long running queries” to NO after editing a server.
    * MONyog failed to show servers in the UI after upgrading from a pre-5.57 version.
    * “Critical”, “Warning” and “Stable” icons were not showing in Events tab when MONyog was running behind a proxy.
    * MONyog sometimes logged an SQLite locking protocol error while opening internal database(s). But as this is handled it should not be logged as an error.
    MONyog allowed for saving of server registration details when “Long running query time” was specified smaller than “Minimum time taken” in sniffer settings. This makes no sense and will not save now.
    MONyog was not considering buffers and cached values from meminfo while calculating RAM usage. The formula for the same is updated now.

    Miscellaneous:
    *
    Charts are now enabled by default for all monitors which include MySQL status variables. For example: “Seconds behind master” in replication group.

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    SQLyog MySQL GUI 12.07 Released

  • peter_laursen
  • February 2nd, 2015
  • Uncategorized
  • Important note: With the 12.0 release we changed registration keys. The new key is available for registered users from our Customer Portal. Users upgrading from a pre-12.0 version should have the new key available before installing. Until SQLyog 12.x is registered with the proper key, it will only display the registration dialog.

    Changes (as compared to 12.06) include:

    Bug fixes:
    * Fixed a crash in Schema Sync introduced in 12.05.

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    SQLyog MySQL GUI 12.06 Released

  • peter_laursen
  • January 29th, 2015
  • Releases, SQLyog
  • Important note: With the 12.0 release we changed registration keys. The new key is available for registered users from our Customer Portal. Users upgrading from a pre-12.0 version should have the new key available before installing. Until SQLyog 12.x is registered with the proper key, it will only display the registration dialog..

    Changes (as compared to 12.05) include:

    Bug fixes:
    * The computed colums functionality, introduced in 12.05, executed a SHOW CREATE TABLE with database and table indentifiers not `backquoted` in the background. As a result ALTER TABLE was not available for tables with some characters (such as SPACE) in database and table identifiers.

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