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    Mysql - Track database changes

    Is there a peiece of software out there that can monitor a mysql database and give some kind of output as to what changes have been made?

    Ideally I would like it to output the changes that have been made in a query, like mysqldump does when i do a dump.

    Anyone know of anything?

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    Other then looking at the log file, no, just been looking myself. Let me know if you find anything.

    Ideally I'm after something monitor load etc, as well as logwatch, emails you a weekly report. Or produces a html report.

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    If you push everything through a db handling library with this facility then you can.. Adodb is good in that respect as it allows you to log all the calls and even helps with debugging. That plus it's a library so it saves you a shed load of work..

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    Have you had a look at triggers? Maybe they could help you out.

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    It is possible to use Checksum MySQL adm-it.net/checksum-mysql

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