Wednesday, January 25th, 2006
AjaxMyTop shows active MySQL connections. You get a data grid showing connections, each showing ID, user, duration, and so on. Periodic Refresh ensures the connections are kept fresh, and you can easily set the refresh period in an input field. Being a true data grid, the connection list can be sorted and filtered on one or more fields. In a nice touch, the column heading morphs to include a text input when you want to type in a filter for that column. It’s nice to see keyboard shortcuts here, certainly a feature every DBA will welcome.
Right now it looks to be read-only … hopefully the team will add a “destroy connection” button real soon now!
Posted by Michael Mahemoff at 11:06 am