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How to get the traffic details from a MYSQL database from nodeA to nodeB with snoop

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I want to know how to get the traffic with Snoop on a Solaris machine, from nodeA to nodeB and get
what type of querys sends to the port 3306, i think it could be possible, maybe i can get another tool more usefull to get correct mysql selects.
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Another quesion, please how to upgrade log to debug mode of mysql server? Thanks
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I have no idea about snoop... but I can suggest you some other alternatives which may be quite handy to monitor client and if you want to know exactly what the client sent to MySQL server.

1. Enable a general query log & write a Perl/Shell script to generate the report as you wanted from the general query log.

http://dev.mysql.com/doc/refman/5.0/en/query-log.html

2.  Use Googles patches to catch the stats

http://www.mysqlperformanceblog.com/2008/09/12/googles-user_statistics-v2-port-and-changes/
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