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Database status

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Updated: June 16, 2017

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The Database Status resource shows the current state of the SRM Profiler Database. This includes:

  • The size of the database.
  • The largest table and the size.
  • The date of the last dbutil/index rebuild.

Database Status also provides the following information and help links:

  • Show Process List - Shows all processes in the MariaDB database.
  • Show Crashed Tables - Shows a list of crashed tables if there are any.
  • Learn to maintain your database – Provides information about performing maintenance and fixing crashed tables within the SRM Profiler database.

If there are any crashed tables in the database, a display message appears, notifying the user. You can then click the Show Crashed Tables link and view which tables are reporting as crashed.

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