Für eine Liste der Features zitiere ich einfach mal die Seite des Herstellers:
Nach einigen Tests habe ich mir das Script als Cronjob eingerichtet, damit ich täglich einen Statusbericht über meinen MySQL-Server in meinem Postfach finde und unter Umständen auf Fehler in der Konfiguration oder andere Probleme reagieren kann.
- NEW! Remote server checks: Connects to remote servers to perform tests.
- NEW! Convenient MySQL logins: MySQLTuner will automatically log in to MySQL on servers running Plesk, servers with ~/.my.cnf files, and server without MySQL root passwords. If you need to authenticate manually, you can pass the username and password on the command line or provide the credentials interactively.
- NEW! Manually set memory sizes: Users on virtual environments can now specify how much RAM and swap memory are present so that the scripts calculations will be accurate.
- Memory Usage: Calculates MySQL memory usage at max load and makes recommendations for increasing or decreasing the MySQL memory footprint. Per-thread and server-wide buffer data is calculated separately for an accurate snapshot of the servers configuration.
- Slow Queries: Reviews the amount of slow queries relative to the total queries. Slow query time limits are also analyzed and recommendations are made.
- Connections: Current and historical connection counts are reviewed.
- Key Buffer: Takes configuration data and compares it to the actual indexes found in MyISAM tables. Key cache hit rates are calculated and variable adjustments are suggested.
- Query Cache: Query cache hit rates and usage percentages are used to make recommendations for the query cache configuration variables.
- Sorting & Joins: Per-thread buffers that affect sorts and joins are reviewed along with the statistics from the queries run against the server.
- Temporary Tables: Variable recommendations are made to reduce temporary tables that are written to the disk.
- Table Cache: Compares total tables opened to the currently open tables. Calculates the table cache hit rate in order to make suggestions.
- Open Files: Determines if the server will approach or run into the open file limit set by the operating system or the MySQL server itself.
- Table Locks: Finds table locking that forces queries to wait and makes suggestions for reducing locks that require a wait.
- Thread Cache: Calculates how many times MySQL must create a new thread to respond to a query.
- Aborted Connections: Finds applications that are not closing connections to MySQL properly.
- Read/Write Ratios: Calculates the percentage of read and write operations on your MySQL installation.