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One of the standard tools used by DBAs for tuning MySQL databases is mysqlreport, a cool script written in Perl. Unfortunately I've got a number of clients that either can't or don't want to keep Perl around and up to date so I've ported mysqlreport into a Drupal module since all my clients have PHP.

At the moment all this does is to simply display the MySQL report, I'll eventually get around to hooking up help and other features as I need them (or other folks want them).

I have no immediate plans to back-port this module to Drupal 5 or port it to Drupal 7 (all of my clients who need mysqlreport are running Drupal 6) so if anybody wants to sign up to do the work, let me know. The module itself is trivial and not at all hard to figure out so the back and forward ports shouldn't be all that difficult.

Special thanks to the folks at Economic Security Planning, Inc. to allow this work for pay to be put in the public domain.

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