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#At lp:maria

 2853 knielsen@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx	2010-04-28 [merge]
      Merge XtraDB 9.1 into MariaDB.
      added:
        storage/xtradb/build/
        storage/xtradb/build/debian/
        storage/xtradb/build/debian/README.Maintainer
        storage/xtradb/build/debian/additions/
        storage/xtradb/build/debian/additions/Docs__Images__Makefile.in
        storage/xtradb/build/debian/additions/Docs__Makefile.in
        storage/xtradb/build/debian/additions/debian-start
        storage/xtradb/build/debian/additions/debian-start.inc.sh
        storage/xtradb/build/debian/additions/echo_stderr
        storage/xtradb/build/debian/additions/innotop/
        storage/xtradb/build/debian/additions/innotop/InnoDBParser.pm
        storage/xtradb/build/debian/additions/innotop/changelog.innotop
        storage/xtradb/build/debian/additions/innotop/innotop
        storage/xtradb/build/debian/additions/innotop/innotop.1
        storage/xtradb/build/debian/additions/msql2mysql.1
        storage/xtradb/build/debian/additions/my.cnf
        storage/xtradb/build/debian/additions/my_print_defaults.1
        storage/xtradb/build/debian/additions/myisam_ftdump.1
        storage/xtradb/build/debian/additions/myisamchk.1
        storage/xtradb/build/debian/additions/myisamlog.1
        storage/xtradb/build/debian/additions/myisampack.1
        storage/xtradb/build/debian/additions/mysql-server.lintian-overrides
        storage/xtradb/build/debian/additions/mysql_config.1
        storage/xtradb/build/debian/additions/mysql_convert_table_format.1
        storage/xtradb/build/debian/additions/mysql_find_rows.1
        storage/xtradb/build/debian/additions/mysql_fix_extensions.1
        storage/xtradb/build/debian/additions/mysql_install_db.1
        storage/xtradb/build/debian/additions/mysql_secure_installation.1
        storage/xtradb/build/debian/additions/mysql_setpermission.1
        storage/xtradb/build/debian/additions/mysql_tableinfo.1
        storage/xtradb/build/debian/additions/mysql_waitpid.1
        storage/xtradb/build/debian/additions/mysqlbinlog.1
        storage/xtradb/build/debian/additions/mysqlbug.1
        storage/xtradb/build/debian/additions/mysqlcheck.1
        storage/xtradb/build/debian/additions/mysqld_safe_syslog.cnf
        storage/xtradb/build/debian/additions/mysqldumpslow.1
        storage/xtradb/build/debian/additions/mysqlimport.1
        storage/xtradb/build/debian/additions/mysqlmanager.1
        storage/xtradb/build/debian/additions/mysqlreport
        storage/xtradb/build/debian/additions/mysqlreport.1
        storage/xtradb/build/debian/additions/mysqltest.1
        storage/xtradb/build/debian/additions/pack_isam.1
        storage/xtradb/build/debian/additions/resolve_stack_dump.1
        storage/xtradb/build/debian/additions/resolveip.1
        storage/xtradb/build/debian/changelog
        storage/xtradb/build/debian/compat
        storage/xtradb/build/debian/control
        storage/xtradb/build/debian/copyright
        storage/xtradb/build/debian/libpercona-xtradb-client-dev.README.Maintainer
        storage/xtradb/build/debian/libpercona-xtradb-client-dev.dirs
        storage/xtradb/build/debian/libpercona-xtradb-client-dev.docs
        storage/xtradb/build/debian/libpercona-xtradb-client-dev.examples
        storage/xtradb/build/debian/libpercona-xtradb-client-dev.files
        storage/xtradb/build/debian/libpercona-xtradb-client-dev.links
        storage/xtradb/build/debian/libpercona-xtradb-client16.dirs
        storage/xtradb/build/debian/libpercona-xtradb-client16.docs
        storage/xtradb/build/debian/libpercona-xtradb-client16.files
        storage/xtradb/build/debian/libpercona-xtradb-client16.postinst
        storage/xtradb/build/debian/patches/
        storage/xtradb/build/debian/patches/00list
        storage/xtradb/build/debian/patches/01_MAKEFILES__Docs_Images_Makefile.in.dpatch
        storage/xtradb/build/debian/patches/01_MAKEFILES__Docs_Makefile.in.dpatch
        storage/xtradb/build/debian/patches/33_scripts__mysql_create_system_tables__no_test.dpatch
        storage/xtradb/build/debian/patches/38_scripts__mysqld_safe.sh__signals.dpatch
        storage/xtradb/build/debian/patches/41_scripts__mysql_install_db.sh__no_test.dpatch
        storage/xtradb/build/debian/patches/44_scripts__mysql_config__libs.dpatch
        storage/xtradb/build/debian/patches/50_mysql-test__db_test.dpatch
        storage/xtradb/build/debian/patches/60_percona_support.dpatch
        storage/xtradb/build/debian/percona-xtradb-client-5.1.README.Debian
        storage/xtradb/build/debian/percona-xtradb-client-5.1.dirs
        storage/xtradb/build/debian/percona-xtradb-client-5.1.docs
        storage/xtradb/build/debian/percona-xtradb-client-5.1.files
        storage/xtradb/build/debian/percona-xtradb-client-5.1.links
        storage/xtradb/build/debian/percona-xtradb-client-5.1.lintian-overrides
        storage/xtradb/build/debian/percona-xtradb-client-5.1.menu
        storage/xtradb/build/debian/percona-xtradb-common.dirs
        storage/xtradb/build/debian/percona-xtradb-common.files
        storage/xtradb/build/debian/percona-xtradb-common.lintian-overrides
        storage/xtradb/build/debian/percona-xtradb-common.postrm
        storage/xtradb/build/debian/percona-xtradb-server-5.1.NEWS
        storage/xtradb/build/debian/percona-xtradb-server-5.1.README.Debian
        storage/xtradb/build/debian/percona-xtradb-server-5.1.config
        storage/xtradb/build/debian/percona-xtradb-server-5.1.dirs
        storage/xtradb/build/debian/percona-xtradb-server-5.1.docs
        storage/xtradb/build/debian/percona-xtradb-server-5.1.files
        storage/xtradb/build/debian/percona-xtradb-server-5.1.links
        storage/xtradb/build/debian/percona-xtradb-server-5.1.lintian-overrides
        storage/xtradb/build/debian/percona-xtradb-server-5.1.logcheck.ignore.paranoid
        storage/xtradb/build/debian/percona-xtradb-server-5.1.logcheck.ignore.server
        storage/xtradb/build/debian/percona-xtradb-server-5.1.logcheck.ignore.workstation
        storage/xtradb/build/debian/percona-xtradb-server-5.1.mysql.init
        storage/xtradb/build/debian/percona-xtradb-server-5.1.percona-xtradb-server.logrotate
        storage/xtradb/build/debian/percona-xtradb-server-5.1.postinst
        storage/xtradb/build/debian/percona-xtradb-server-5.1.postrm
        storage/xtradb/build/debian/percona-xtradb-server-5.1.preinst
        storage/xtradb/build/debian/percona-xtradb-server-5.1.prerm
        storage/xtradb/build/debian/percona-xtradb-server-5.1.templates
        storage/xtradb/build/debian/po/
        storage/xtradb/build/debian/po/POTFILES.in
        storage/xtradb/build/debian/po/ar.po
        storage/xtradb/build/debian/po/ca.po
        storage/xtradb/build/debian/po/cs.po
        storage/xtradb/build/debian/po/da.po
        storage/xtradb/build/debian/po/de.po
        storage/xtradb/build/debian/po/es.po
        storage/xtradb/build/debian/po/eu.po
        storage/xtradb/build/debian/po/fr.po
        storage/xtradb/build/debian/po/gl.po
        storage/xtradb/build/debian/po/it.po
        storage/xtradb/build/debian/po/ja.po
        storage/xtradb/build/debian/po/nb.po
        storage/xtradb/build/debian/po/nl.po
        storage/xtradb/build/debian/po/pt.po
        storage/xtradb/build/debian/po/pt_BR.po
        storage/xtradb/build/debian/po/ro.po
        storage/xtradb/build/debian/po/ru.po
        storage/xtradb/build/debian/po/sv.po
        storage/xtradb/build/debian/po/templates.pot
        storage/xtradb/build/debian/po/tr.po
        storage/xtradb/build/debian/rules
        storage/xtradb/build/debian/source.lintian-overrides
        storage/xtradb/build/debian/watch
        storage/xtradb/build/percona-sql.spec
      modified:
        storage/xtradb/buf/buf0flu.c
        storage/xtradb/handler/ha_innodb.cc
        storage/xtradb/include/ha_prototypes.h
        storage/xtradb/include/univ.i
        storage/xtradb/lock/lock0lock.c
        storage/xtradb/trx/trx0i_s.c
        storage/xtradb/trx/trx0trx.c

=== modified file 'storage/xtradb/buf/buf0flu.c'
--- a/storage/xtradb/buf/buf0flu.c	2010-01-15 15:58:25 +0000
+++ b/storage/xtradb/buf/buf0flu.c	2010-04-28 13:53:04 +0000
@@ -1271,7 +1271,7 @@ buf_flush_LRU_recommendation(void)
 
 	if(UT_LIST_GET_LEN(buf_pool->unzip_LRU))
 		have_LRU_mutex = TRUE;
-
+retry:
 	//buf_pool_mutex_enter();
 	if (have_LRU_mutex)
 		mutex_enter(&LRU_list_mutex);
@@ -1313,6 +1313,10 @@ buf_flush_LRU_recommendation(void)
 	if (n_replaceable >= BUF_FLUSH_FREE_BLOCK_MARGIN) {
 
 		return(0);
+	} else if (!have_LRU_mutex) {
+		/* confirm it again with LRU_mutex for exactness */
+		have_LRU_mutex = TRUE;
+		goto retry;
 	}
 
 	return(BUF_FLUSH_FREE_BLOCK_MARGIN + BUF_FLUSH_EXTRA_MARGIN

=== added directory 'storage/xtradb/build'
=== added directory 'storage/xtradb/build/debian'
=== added file 'storage/xtradb/build/debian/README.Maintainer'
--- a/storage/xtradb/build/debian/README.Maintainer	1970-01-01 00:00:00 +0000
+++ b/storage/xtradb/build/debian/README.Maintainer	2010-01-26 18:02:46 +0000
@@ -0,0 +1,116 @@
+
+###########################
+##	FIXME for 5.1    ##
+###########################
+
+* put this trigger-recreation thing into the init scripts -- what?!
+* Let debian-i10n-english review all template changes before the translaters start.
+* Mark debconf translations as obsolete with debconf-updatepo.
+
+###########################################################################
+# Here are some information that are only of interest for the current and #
+# following Debian maintainers of MySQL.                                  #
+###########################################################################
+
+The debian/ directory is under SVN control, see debian/control for URL.
+
+#
+# Preparing a new version
+#
+The new orig.tar.gz (without non-free documentation) is created in /tmp/ when
+running this command:
+ 
+debian/rules get-orig-source
+
+#
+# mysqlreport
+#
+The authors e-mail address is <public@xxxxxxxxxxxx>.
+
+#
+# Remarks to dependencies
+#
+libwrap0-dev (>= 7.6-8.3)
+	According to bug report 114582 where where build problems on
+	IA-64/sid with at least two prior versions.
+psmisc
+	/usr/bin/killall in the initscript
+
+zlib1g in libmysqlclient-dev:	
+	"mysql_config --libs" ads "-lz"
+
+Build-Dep:
+
+debhelper (>=4.1.16):
+	See po-debconf(7).
+
+autoconf (>= 2.13-20), automake1.7
+	Try to get rid of them.
+
+doxygen, tetex-bin, tetex-extra, gs
+	for ndb/docs/*tex
+
+#
+# Remarks to the start scripts
+#
+
+## initscripts rely on mysqladmin from a different package
+We have the problem that "/etc/init.d/mysql stop" relies on mysqladmin which
+is in another package (mysql-client) and a passwordless access that's maybe
+only available if the user configured his /root/.my.cnf. Can this be a problem?
+* normal mode: not because the user is required to have it. Else:
+* purge/remove: not, same as normal mode
+* upgrade: not, same as normal mode
+* first install: not, it depends on mysql-client which at least is unpacked
+                 so mysqladmin is there (to ping). It is not yet configured
+		passwordles but if there's a server running then there's a
+                /root/.my.cnf. Anyways, we simply kill anything that's mysqld.
+
+## Passwordless access for the maintainer scripts
+Another issue is that the scripts needs passwordless access. To ensure this
+a debian-sys-maint user is configured which has process and shutdown privs.
+The file with the randomly (that's important!) generated password must be
+present as long as the databases remain installed because else a new install
+would have no access. This file should be used like:
+	mysqladmin --defaults-file=/etc/mysql/debian.cnf restart
+to avoid providing the password in plaintext on a commandline where it would 
+be visible to any user via the "ps" command.
+
+## When to start the daemon?
+We aim to give the admin full control on when MySQL is running.
+Issues to be faced here:
+OLD:
+        1. Debconf asks whether MySQL should be started on boot so update-rc.d is
+           only run if the answer has been yes. The admin is likely to forget
+           this decision but update-rc.d checks for an existing line in
+           /etc/runlevel.conf and leaves it intact.
+        2. On initial install, if the answer is yes, the daemon has to be started.
+        3. On upgrades it should only be started if it was already running, everything
+           else is confusing. Especiall relying on an debconf decision made month ago
+           is considered suboptimal. See bug #274264
+        Implementation so far:
+        prerm (called on upgrade before stopping the server): 
+          check for a running server and set flag if necessary
+        preinst (called on initial install and before unpacking when upgrading):
+          check for the debconf variable and set flag if necessary
+        postinst (called on initial install and after each upgrade after unpacking):
+          call update-rc.d if debconf says yes
+          call invoce-rc.d if the flag has been set
+        Problems remaining:
+          dpkg-reconfigure and setting mysql start on boot to yes did not start mysql
+          (ok "start on boot" literally does not mean "start now" so that might have been ok)
+NEW:
+        1. --- no debconf anymore for the sake of simplicity. We have runlevel.conf,
+           the admin should use it
+        2. On initial install the server is started.
+        3. On upgrades the server is started exactly if it was running before so the
+           runlevel configuration is irrelevant. It will be preserved by the mean of
+           update-rc.d's builtin check.
+        Implementation:
+        prerm (called on upgrade before stopping the server):
+          check for a running server and set flag if necessary
+        preinst (called on initial install and before unpacking when upgrading):
+          check for $1 beeing (initial) "install" and set flag
+        postinst (called on initial install and after each upgrade after unpacking):
+          call update-rc.d
+          call invoce-rc.d if the flag has been set

=== added directory 'storage/xtradb/build/debian/additions'
=== added file 'storage/xtradb/build/debian/additions/Docs__Images__Makefile.in'
--- a/storage/xtradb/build/debian/additions/Docs__Images__Makefile.in	1970-01-01 00:00:00 +0000
+++ b/storage/xtradb/build/debian/additions/Docs__Images__Makefile.in	2010-01-26 18:02:46 +0000
@@ -0,0 +1,6 @@
+all:
+
+distclean:
+	-rm -f Makefile
+
+.PHONY: all distclean clean install check

=== added file 'storage/xtradb/build/debian/additions/Docs__Makefile.in'
--- a/storage/xtradb/build/debian/additions/Docs__Makefile.in	1970-01-01 00:00:00 +0000
+++ b/storage/xtradb/build/debian/additions/Docs__Makefile.in	2010-01-26 18:02:46 +0000
@@ -0,0 +1,6 @@
+all:
+
+distclean:
+	-rm -f Makefile
+
+.PHONY: all distclean clean install check

=== added file 'storage/xtradb/build/debian/additions/debian-start'
--- a/storage/xtradb/build/debian/additions/debian-start	1970-01-01 00:00:00 +0000
+++ b/storage/xtradb/build/debian/additions/debian-start	2010-01-26 18:02:46 +0000
@@ -0,0 +1,31 @@
+#!/bin/bash
+#
+# This script is executed by "/etc/init.d/mysql" on every (re)start.
+# 
+# Changes to this file will be preserved when updating the Debian package.
+#
+
+source /usr/share/mysql/debian-start.inc.sh
+
+MYSQL="/usr/bin/mysql --defaults-file=/etc/mysql/debian.cnf"
+MYADMIN="/usr/bin/mysqladmin --defaults-file=/etc/mysql/debian.cnf"
+MYUPGRADE="/usr/bin/mysql_upgrade --defaults-extra-file=/etc/mysql/debian.cnf"
+MYCHECK="/usr/bin/mysqlcheck --defaults-file=/etc/mysql/debian.cnf"
+MYCHECK_SUBJECT="WARNING: mysqlcheck has found corrupt tables"
+MYCHECK_PARAMS="--all-databases --fast --silent"
+MYCHECK_RCPT="root"
+
+# The following commands should be run when the server is up but in background
+# where they do not block the server start and in one shell instance so that
+# they run sequentially. They are supposed not to echo anything to stdout.
+# If you want to disable the check for crashed tables comment
+# "check_for_crashed_tables" out.  
+# (There may be no output to stdout inside the background process!)
+echo "Checking for corrupt, not cleanly closed and upgrade needing tables."
+(
+  upgrade_system_tables_if_necessary;
+  check_root_accounts;
+  check_for_crashed_tables;
+) >&2 &
+
+exit 0

=== added file 'storage/xtradb/build/debian/additions/debian-start.inc.sh'
--- a/storage/xtradb/build/debian/additions/debian-start.inc.sh	1970-01-01 00:00:00 +0000
+++ b/storage/xtradb/build/debian/additions/debian-start.inc.sh	2010-01-26 18:02:46 +0000
@@ -0,0 +1,72 @@
+#!/bin/bash
+#
+# This file is included by /etc/mysql/debian-start
+#
+
+## Check all unclosed tables.
+# - Requires the server to be up.
+# - Is supposed to run silently in background. 
+function check_for_crashed_tables() {
+  set -e
+  set -u
+
+  # But do it in the background to not stall the boot process.
+  logger -p daemon.info -i -t$0 "Triggering myisam-recover for all MyISAM tables"
+
+  # Checking for $? is unreliable so the size of the output is checked.
+  # Some table handlers like HEAP do not support CHECK TABLE.
+  tempfile=`tempfile`
+  # We have to use xargs in this case, because a for loop barfs on the 
+  # spaces in the thing to be looped over. 
+  LC_ALL=C $MYSQL --skip-column-names --batch -e  '
+      select concat("select count(*) into @discard from `",
+                    TABLE_SCHEMA, "`.`", TABLE_NAME, "`") 
+      from information_schema.TABLES where ENGINE="MyISAM"' | \
+    xargs -i $MYSQL --skip-column-names --silent --batch \
+                    --force -e "{}" >$tempfile 
+  if [ -s $tempfile ]; then
+    (
+      /bin/echo -e "\n" \
+        "Improperly closed tables are also reported if clients are accessing\n" \
+ 	"the tables *now*. A list of current connections is below.\n";
+       $MYADMIN processlist status
+    ) >> $tempfile
+    # Check for presence as a dependency on mailx would require an MTA.
+    if [ -x /usr/bin/mailx ]; then 
+      mailx -e -s"$MYCHECK_SUBJECT" $MYCHECK_RCPT < $tempfile 
+    fi
+    (echo "$MYCHECK_SUBJECT"; cat $tempfile) | logger -p daemon.warn -i -t$0
+  fi
+  rm $tempfile
+}
+
+## Check for tables needing an upgrade.
+# - Requires the server to be up.
+# - Is supposed to run silently in background. 
+function upgrade_system_tables_if_necessary() {
+  set -e
+  set -u
+
+  logger -p daemon.info -i -t$0 "Upgrading MySQL tables if necessary."
+
+  # Filter all "duplicate column", "duplicate key" and "unknown column"
+  # errors as the script is designed to be idempotent.
+  LC_ALL=C $MYUPGRADE \
+    2>&1 \
+    | egrep -v '^(1|@had|ERROR (1054|1060|1061))' \
+    | logger -p daemon.warn -i -t$0
+}
+
+## Check for the presence of both, root accounts with and without password.
+# This might have been caused by a bug related to mysql_install_db (#418672).
+function check_root_accounts() {
+  set -e
+  set -u
+  
+  logger -p daemon.info -i -t$0 "Checking for insecure root accounts."
+
+  ret=$( echo "SELECT count(*) FROM mysql.user WHERE user='root' and password='';" | $MYSQL --skip-column-names )
+  if [ "$ret" -ne "0" ]; then
+    logger -p daemon.warn -i -t$0 "WARNING: mysql.user contains $ret root accounts without password!"
+  fi
+}

=== added file 'storage/xtradb/build/debian/additions/echo_stderr'
--- a/storage/xtradb/build/debian/additions/echo_stderr	1970-01-01 00:00:00 +0000
+++ b/storage/xtradb/build/debian/additions/echo_stderr	2010-01-26 18:02:46 +0000
@@ -0,0 +1,2 @@
+#!/bin/bash
+echo "$*" 1>&2

=== added directory 'storage/xtradb/build/debian/additions/innotop'
=== added file 'storage/xtradb/build/debian/additions/innotop/InnoDBParser.pm'
--- a/storage/xtradb/build/debian/additions/innotop/InnoDBParser.pm	1970-01-01 00:00:00 +0000
+++ b/storage/xtradb/build/debian/additions/innotop/InnoDBParser.pm	2010-01-26 18:02:46 +0000
@@ -0,0 +1,1089 @@
+use strict;
+use warnings FATAL => 'all';
+
+package InnoDBParser;
+
+# This program is copyright (c) 2006 Baron Schwartz, baron at xaprb dot com.
+# Feedback and improvements are gratefully received.
+#
+# THIS PROGRAM IS PROVIDED "AS IS" AND WITHOUT ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED
+# WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF
+# MERCHANTIBILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
+#
+# This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under
+# the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software
+# Foundation, version 2; OR the Perl Artistic License.  On UNIX and similar
+# systems, you can issue `man perlgpl' or `man perlartistic' to read these
+
+# You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License along with
+# this program; if not, write to the Free Software Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple
+# Place, Suite 330, Boston, MA  02111-1307  USA
+
+our $VERSION = '1.6.0';
+
+use Data::Dumper;
+$Data::Dumper::Sortkeys = 1;
+use English qw(-no_match_vars);
+use List::Util qw(max);
+
+# Some common patterns
+my $d  = qr/(\d+)/;                    # Digit
+my $f  = qr/(\d+\.\d+)/;               # Float
+my $t  = qr/(\d+ \d+)/;                # Transaction ID
+my $i  = qr/((?:\d{1,3}\.){3}\d+)/;    # IP address
+my $n  = qr/([^`\s]+)/;                # MySQL object name
+my $w  = qr/(\w+)/;                    # Words
+my $fl = qr/([\w\.\/]+) line $d/;      # Filename and line number
+my $h  = qr/((?:0x)?[0-9a-f]*)/;       # Hex
+my $s  = qr/(\d{6} .\d:\d\d:\d\d)/;    # InnoDB timestamp
+
+# If you update this variable, also update the SYNOPSIS in the pod.
+my %innodb_section_headers = (
+   "TRANSACTIONS"                          => "tx",
+   "BUFFER POOL AND MEMORY"                => "bp",
+   "SEMAPHORES"                            => "sm",
+   "LOG"                                   => "lg",
+   "ROW OPERATIONS"                        => "ro",
+   "INSERT BUFFER AND ADAPTIVE HASH INDEX" => "ib",
+   "FILE I/O"                              => "io",
+   "LATEST DETECTED DEADLOCK"              => "dl",
+   "LATEST FOREIGN KEY ERROR"              => "fk",
+);
+
+my %parser_for = (
+   tx => \&parse_tx_section,
+   bp => \&parse_bp_section,
+   sm => \&parse_sm_section,
+   lg => \&parse_lg_section,
+   ro => \&parse_ro_section,
+   ib => \&parse_ib_section,
+   io => \&parse_io_section,
+   dl => \&parse_dl_section,
+   fk => \&parse_fk_section,
+);
+
+my %fk_parser_for = (
+   Transaction => \&parse_fk_transaction_error,
+   Error       => \&parse_fk_bad_constraint_error,
+   Cannot      => \&parse_fk_cant_drop_parent_error,
+);
+
+# A thread's proc_info can be at least 98 different things I've found in the
+# source.  Fortunately, most of them begin with a gerunded verb.  These are
+# the ones that don't.
+my %is_proc_info = (
+   'After create'                 => 1,
+   'Execution of init_command'    => 1,
+   'FULLTEXT initialization'      => 1,
+   'Reopen tables'                => 1,
+   'Repair done'                  => 1,
+   'Repair with keycache'         => 1,
+   'System lock'                  => 1,
+   'Table lock'                   => 1,
+   'Thread initialized'           => 1,
+   'User lock'                    => 1,
+   'copy to tmp table'            => 1,
+   'discard_or_import_tablespace' => 1,
+   'end'                          => 1,
+   'got handler lock'             => 1,
+   'got old table'                => 1,
+   'init'                         => 1,
+   'key cache'                    => 1,
+   'locks'                        => 1,
+   'malloc'                       => 1,
+   'query end'                    => 1,
+   'rename result table'          => 1,
+   'rename'                       => 1,
+   'setup'                        => 1,
+   'statistics'                   => 1,
+   'status'                       => 1,
+   'table cache'                  => 1,
+   'update'                       => 1,
+);
+
+sub new {
+   bless {}, shift;
+}
+
+# Parse the status and return it.
+# See srv_printf_innodb_monitor in innobase/srv/srv0srv.c
+# Pass in the text to parse, whether to be in debugging mode, which sections
+# to parse (hashref; if empty, parse all), and whether to parse full info from
+# locks and such (probably shouldn't unless you need to).
+sub parse_status_text {
+   my ( $self, $fulltext, $debug, $sections, $full ) = @_;
+
+   die "I can't parse undef" unless defined $fulltext;
+   $fulltext =~ s/[\r\n]+/\n/g;
+
+   $sections ||= {};
+   die '$sections must be a hashref' unless ref($sections) eq 'HASH';
+
+   my %innodb_data = (
+      got_all   => 0,         # Whether I was able to get the whole thing
+      ts        => '',        # Timestamp the server put on it
+      last_secs => 0,         # Num seconds the averages are over
+      sections  => {},        # Parsed values from each section
+   );
+
+   if ( $debug ) {
+      $innodb_data{'fulltext'} = $fulltext;
+   }
+
+   # Get the most basic info about the status: beginning and end, and whether
+   # I got the whole thing (if there has been a big deadlock and there are
+   # too many locks to print, the output might be truncated)
+   my ( $time_text ) = $fulltext =~ m/^$s INNODB MONITOR OUTPUT$/m;
+   $innodb_data{'ts'} = [ parse_innodb_timestamp( $time_text ) ];
+   $innodb_data{'timestring'} = ts_to_string($innodb_data{'ts'});
+   ( $innodb_data{'last_secs'} ) = $fulltext
+      =~ m/Per second averages calculated from the last $d seconds/;
+
+   ( my $got_all ) = $fulltext =~ m/END OF INNODB MONITOR OUTPUT/;
+   $innodb_data{'got_all'} = $got_all || 0;
+
+   # Split it into sections.  Each section begins with
+   # -----
+   # LABEL
+   # -----
+   my %innodb_sections;
+   my @matches = $fulltext
+      =~ m#\n(---+)\n([A-Z /]+)\n\1\n(.*?)(?=\n(---+)\n[A-Z /]+\n\4\n|$)#gs;
+   while ( my ( $start, $name, $text, $end ) = splice(@matches, 0, 4) ) {
+      $innodb_sections{$name} = [ $text, $end ? 1 : 0 ];
+   }
+   # The Row Operations section is a special case, because instead of ending
+   # with the beginning of another section, it ends with the end of the file.
+   # So this section is complete if the entire file is complete.
+   $innodb_sections{'ROW OPERATIONS'}->[1] ||= $innodb_data{'got_all'};
+
+   # Just for sanity's sake, make sure I understand what to do with each
+   # section
+   eval {
+      foreach my $section ( keys %innodb_sections ) {
+         my $header = $innodb_section_headers{$section};
+         die "Unknown section $section in $fulltext\n"
+            unless $header;
+         $innodb_data{'sections'}->{ $header }
+            ->{'fulltext'} = $innodb_sections{$section}->[0];
+         $innodb_data{'sections'}->{ $header }
+            ->{'complete'} = $innodb_sections{$section}->[1];
+      }
+   };
+   if ( $EVAL_ERROR ) {
+      _debug( $debug, $EVAL_ERROR);
+   }
+
+   # ################################################################
+   # Parse the detailed data out of the sections.
+   # ################################################################
+   eval {
+      foreach my $section ( keys %parser_for ) {
+         if ( defined $innodb_data{'sections'}->{$section}
+               && (!%$sections || (defined($sections->{$section} && $sections->{$section})) )) {
+            $parser_for{$section}->(
+                  $innodb_data{'sections'}->{$section},
+                  $innodb_data{'sections'}->{$section}->{'complete'},
+                  $debug,
+                  $full )
+               or delete $innodb_data{'sections'}->{$section};
+         }
+         else {
+            delete $innodb_data{'sections'}->{$section};
+         }
+      }
+   };
+   if ( $EVAL_ERROR ) {
+      _debug( $debug, $EVAL_ERROR);
+   }
+
+   return \%innodb_data;
+}
+
+# Parses the status text and returns it flattened out as a single hash.
+sub get_status_hash {
+   my ( $self, $fulltext, $debug, $sections, $full ) = @_;
+
+   # Parse the status text...
+   my $innodb_status
+      = $self->parse_status_text($fulltext, $debug, $sections, $full );
+
+   # Flatten the hierarchical structure into a single list by grabbing desired
+   # sections from it.
+   return
+      (map { 'IB_' . $_ => $innodb_status->{$_} } qw(timestring last_secs got_all)),
+      (map { 'IB_bp_' . $_ => $innodb_status->{'sections'}->{'bp'}->{$_} }
+         qw( writes_pending buf_pool_hit_rate total_mem_alloc buf_pool_reads
+            awe_mem_alloc pages_modified writes_pending_lru page_creates_sec
+            reads_pending pages_total buf_pool_hits writes_pending_single_page
+            page_writes_sec pages_read pages_written page_reads_sec
+            writes_pending_flush_list buf_pool_size add_pool_alloc
+            dict_mem_alloc pages_created buf_free complete )),
+      (map { 'IB_tx_' . $_ => $innodb_status->{'sections'}->{'tx'}->{$_} }
+         qw( num_lock_structs history_list_len purge_done_for transactions
+            purge_undo_for is_truncated trx_id_counter complete )),
+      (map { 'IB_ib_' . $_ => $innodb_status->{'sections'}->{'ib'}->{$_} }
+         qw( hash_table_size hash_searches_s non_hash_searches_s
+            bufs_in_node_heap used_cells size free_list_len seg_size inserts
+            merged_recs merges complete )),
+      (map { 'IB_lg_' . $_ => $innodb_status->{'sections'}->{'lg'}->{$_} }
+         qw( log_ios_done pending_chkp_writes last_chkp log_ios_s
+            log_flushed_to log_seq_no pending_log_writes complete )),
+      (map { 'IB_sm_' . $_ => $innodb_status->{'sections'}->{'sm'}->{$_} }
+         qw( wait_array_size rw_shared_spins rw_excl_os_waits mutex_os_waits
+            mutex_spin_rounds mutex_spin_waits rw_excl_spins rw_shared_os_waits
+            waits signal_count reservation_count complete )),
+      (map { 'IB_ro_' . $_ => $innodb_status->{'sections'}->{'ro'}->{$_} }
+         qw( queries_in_queue n_reserved_extents main_thread_state
+         main_thread_proc_no main_thread_id read_sec del_sec upd_sec ins_sec
+         read_views_open num_rows_upd num_rows_ins num_rows_read
+         queries_inside num_rows_del complete )),
+      (map { 'IB_fk_' . $_ => $innodb_status->{'sections'}->{'fk'}->{$_} }
+         qw( trigger parent_table child_index parent_index attempted_op
+         child_db timestring fk_name records col_name reason txn parent_db
+         type child_table parent_col complete )),
+      (map { 'IB_io_' . $_ => $innodb_status->{'sections'}->{'io'}->{$_} }
+         qw( pending_buffer_pool_flushes pending_pwrites pending_preads
+         pending_normal_aio_reads fsyncs_s os_file_writes pending_sync_ios
+         reads_s flush_type avg_bytes_s pending_ibuf_aio_reads writes_s
+         threads os_file_reads pending_aio_writes pending_log_ios os_fsyncs
+         pending_log_flushes complete )),
+      (map { 'IB_dl_' . $_ => $innodb_status->{'sections'}->{'dl'}->{$_} }
+         qw( timestring rolled_back txns complete ));
+
+}
+
+sub ts_to_string {
+   my $parts = shift;
+   return sprintf('%02d-%02d-%02d %02d:%02d:%02d', @$parts);
+}
+
+sub parse_innodb_timestamp {
+   my $text = shift;
+   my ( $y, $m, $d, $h, $i, $s )
+      = $text =~ m/^(\d\d)(\d\d)(\d\d) +(\d+):(\d+):(\d+)$/;
+   die("Can't get timestamp from $text\n") unless $y;
+   $y += 2000;
+   return ( $y, $m, $d, $h, $i, $s );
+}
+
+sub parse_fk_section {
+   my ( $section, $complete, $debug, $full ) = @_;
+   my $fulltext = $section->{'fulltext'};
+
+   return 0 unless $fulltext;
+
+   my ( $ts, $type ) = $fulltext =~ m/^$s\s+(\w+)/m;
+   $section->{'ts'} = [ parse_innodb_timestamp( $ts ) ];
+   $section->{'timestring'} = ts_to_string($section->{'ts'});
+   $section->{'type'} = $type;
+
+   # Decide which type of FK error happened, and dispatch to the right parser.
+   if ( $type && $fk_parser_for{$type} ) {
+      $fk_parser_for{$type}->( $section, $complete, $debug, $fulltext, $full );
+   }
+
+   delete $section->{'fulltext'} unless $debug;
+
+   return 1;
+}
+
+sub parse_fk_cant_drop_parent_error {
+   my ( $section, $complete, $debug, $fulltext, $full ) = @_;
+
+   # Parse the parent/child table info out
+   @{$section}{ qw(attempted_op parent_db parent_table) } = $fulltext
+      =~ m{Cannot $w table `(.*)/(.*)`}m;
+   @{$section}{ qw(child_db child_table) } = $fulltext
+      =~ m{because it is referenced by `(.*)/(.*)`}m;
+
+   ( $section->{'reason'} ) = $fulltext =~ m/(Cannot .*)/s;
+   $section->{'reason'} =~ s/\n(?:InnoDB: )?/ /gm
+      if $section->{'reason'};
+
+   # Certain data may not be present.  Make them '' if not present.
+   map { $section->{$_} ||= "" }
+      qw(child_index fk_name col_name parent_col);
+}
+
+# See dict/dict0dict.c, function dict_foreign_error_report
+# I don't care much about these.  There are lots of different messages, and
+# they come from someone trying to create a foreign key, or similar
+# statements.  They aren't indicative of some transaction trying to insert,
+# delete or update data.  Sometimes it is possible to parse out a lot of
+# information about the tables and indexes involved, but often the message
+# contains the DDL string the user entered, which is way too much for this
+# module to try to handle.
+sub parse_fk_bad_constraint_error {
+   my ( $section, $complete, $debug, $fulltext, $full ) = @_;
+
+   # Parse the parent/child table and index info out
+   @{$section}{ qw(child_db child_table) } = $fulltext
+      =~ m{Error in foreign key constraint of table (.*)/(.*):$}m;
+   $section->{'attempted_op'} = 'DDL';
+
+   # FK name, parent info... if possible.
+   @{$section}{ qw(fk_name col_name parent_db parent_table parent_col) }
+      = $fulltext
+      =~ m/CONSTRAINT `?$n`? FOREIGN KEY \(`?$n`?\) REFERENCES (?:`?$n`?\.)?`?$n`? \(`?$n`?\)/;
+
+   if ( !defined($section->{'fk_name'}) ) {
+      # Try to parse SQL a user might have typed in a CREATE statement or such
+      @{$section}{ qw(col_name parent_db parent_table parent_col) }
+         = $fulltext
+         =~ m/FOREIGN\s+KEY\s*\(`?$n`?\)\s+REFERENCES\s+(?:`?$n`?\.)?`?$n`?\s*\(`?$n`?\)/i;
+   }
+   $section->{'parent_db'} ||= $section->{'child_db'};
+
+   # Name of the child index (index in the same table where the FK is, see
+   # definition of dict_foreign_struct in include/dict0mem.h, where it is
+   # called foreign_index, as opposed to referenced_index which is in the
+   # parent table.  This may not be possible to find.
+   @{$section}{ qw(child_index) } = $fulltext
+      =~ m/^The index in the foreign key in table is $n$/m;
+
+   @{$section}{ qw(reason) } = $fulltext =~ m/:\s*([^:]+)(?= Constraint:|$)/ms;
+   $section->{'reason'} =~ s/\s+/ /g
+      if $section->{'reason'};
+   
+   # Certain data may not be present.  Make them '' if not present.
+   map { $section->{$_} ||= "" }
+      qw(child_index fk_name col_name parent_table parent_col);
+}
+
+# see source file row/row0ins.c
+sub parse_fk_transaction_error {
+   my ( $section, $complete, $debug, $fulltext, $full ) = @_;
+
+   # Parse the txn info out
+   my ( $txn ) = $fulltext
+      =~ m/Transaction:\n(TRANSACTION.*)\nForeign key constraint fails/s;
+   if ( $txn ) {
+      $section->{'txn'} = parse_tx_text( $txn, $complete, $debug, $full );
+   }
+
+   # Parse the parent/child table and index info out.  There are two types: an
+   # update or a delete of a parent record leaves a child orphaned
+   # (row_ins_foreign_report_err), and an insert or update of a child record has
+   # no matching parent record (row_ins_foreign_report_add_err).
+
+   @{$section}{ qw(reason child_db child_table) }
+      = $fulltext =~ m{^(Foreign key constraint fails for table `(.*)/(.*)`:)$}m;
+
+   @{$section}{ qw(fk_name col_name parent_db parent_table parent_col) }
+      = $fulltext
+      =~ m/CONSTRAINT `$n` FOREIGN KEY \(`$n`\) REFERENCES (?:`$n`\.)?`$n` \(`$n`\)/;
+   $section->{'parent_db'} ||= $section->{'child_db'};
+
+   # Special case, which I don't know how to trigger, but see
+   # innobase/row/row0ins.c row_ins_check_foreign_constraint
+   if ( $fulltext =~ m/ibd file does not currently exist!/ ) {
+      my ( $attempted_op, $index, $records )
+         = $fulltext =~ m/^Trying to (add to index) `$n` tuple:\n(.*))?/sm;
+      $section->{'child_index'} = $index;
+      $section->{'attempted_op'} = $attempted_op || '';
+      if ( $records && $full ) {
+         ( $section->{'records'} )
+            = parse_innodb_record_dump( $records, $complete, $debug );
+      }
+      @{$section}{qw(parent_db parent_table)}
+         =~ m/^But the parent table `$n`\.`$n`$/m;
+   }
+   else {
+      my ( $attempted_op, $which, $index )
+         = $fulltext =~ m/^Trying to ([\w ]*) in (child|parent) table, in index `$n` tuple:$/m;
+      if ( $which ) {
+         $section->{$which . '_index'} = $index;
+         $section->{'attempted_op'} = $attempted_op || '';
+
+         # Parse out the related records in the other table.
+         my ( $search_index, $records );
+         if ( $which eq 'child' ) {
+            ( $search_index, $records ) = $fulltext
+               =~ m/^But in parent table [^,]*, in index `$n`,\nthe closest match we can find is record:\n(.*)/ms;
+            $section->{'parent_index'} = $search_index;
+         }
+         else {
+            ( $search_index, $records ) = $fulltext
+               =~ m/^But in child table [^,]*, in index `$n`, (?:the record is not available|there is a record:\n(.*))?/ms;
+            $section->{'child_index'} = $search_index;
+         }
+         if ( $records && $full ) {
+            $section->{'records'}
+               = parse_innodb_record_dump( $records, $complete, $debug );
+         }
+         else {
+            $section->{'records'} = '';
+         }
+      }
+   }
+
+   # Parse out the tuple trying to be updated, deleted or inserted.
+   my ( $trigger ) = $fulltext =~ m/^(DATA TUPLE: \d+ fields;\n.*)$/m;
+   if ( $trigger ) {
+      $section->{'trigger'} = parse_innodb_record_dump( $trigger, $complete, $debug );
+   }
+
+   # Certain data may not be present.  Make them '' if not present.
+   map { $section->{$_} ||= "" }
+      qw(child_index fk_name col_name parent_table parent_col);
+}
+
+# There are new-style and old-style record formats.  See rem/rem0rec.c
+# TODO: write some tests for this
+sub parse_innodb_record_dump {
+   my ( $dump, $complete, $debug ) = @_;
+   return undef unless $dump;
+
+   my $result = {};
+
+   if ( $dump =~ m/PHYSICAL RECORD/ ) {
+      my $style = $dump =~ m/compact format/ ? 'new' : 'old';
+      $result->{'style'} = $style;
+
+      # This is a new-style record.
+      if ( $style eq 'new' ) {
+         @{$result}{qw( heap_no type num_fields info_bits )}
+            = $dump
+            =~ m/^(?:Record lock, heap no $d )?([A-Z ]+): n_fields $d; compact format; info bits $d$/m;
+      }
+
+      # OK, it's old-style.  Unfortunately there are variations here too.
+      elsif ( $dump =~ m/-byte offs / ) {
+         # Older-old style.
+         @{$result}{qw( heap_no type num_fields byte_offset info_bits )}
+            = $dump
+            =~ m/^(?:Record lock, heap no $d )?([A-Z ]+): n_fields $d; $d-byte offs [A-Z]+; info bits $d$/m;
+            if ( $dump !~ m/-byte offs TRUE/ ) {
+               $result->{'byte_offset'} = 0;
+            }
+      }
+      else {
+         # Newer-old style.
+         @{$result}{qw( heap_no type num_fields byte_offset info_bits )}
+            = $dump
+            =~ m/^(?:Record lock, heap no $d )?([A-Z ]+): n_fields $d; $d-byte offsets; info bits $d$/m;
+      }
+
+   }
+   else {
+      $result->{'style'} = 'tuple';
+      @{$result}{qw( type num_fields )}
+         = $dump =~ m/^(DATA TUPLE): $d fields;$/m;
+   }
+
+   # Fill in default values for things that couldn't be parsed.
+   map { $result->{$_} ||= 0 }
+      qw(heap_no num_fields byte_offset info_bits);
+   map { $result->{$_} ||= '' }
+      qw(style type );
+
+   my @fields = $dump =~ m/ (\d+:.*?;?);(?=$| \d+:)/gm;
+   $result->{'fields'} = [ map { parse_field($_, $complete, $debug ) } @fields ];
+
+   return $result;
+}
+
+# New/old-style applies here.  See rem/rem0rec.c
+# $text should not include the leading space or the second trailing semicolon.
+sub parse_field {
+   my ( $text, $complete, $debug ) = @_;
+
+   # Sample fields:
+   # '4: SQL NULL, size 4 '
+   # '1: len 6; hex 000000005601; asc     V ;'
+   # '6: SQL NULL'
+   # '5: len 30; hex 687474703a2f2f7777772e737765657477617465722e636f6d2f73746f72; asc http://www.sweetwater.com/stor;...(truncated)'
+   my ( $id, $nullsize, $len, $hex, $asc, $truncated );
+   ( $id, $nullsize ) = $text =~ m/^$d: SQL NULL, size $d $/;
+   if ( !defined($id) ) {
+      ( $id ) = $text =~ m/^$d: SQL NULL$/;
+   }
+   if ( !defined($id) ) {
+      ( $id, $len, $hex, $asc, $truncated )
+         = $text =~ m/^$d: len $d; hex $h; asc (.*);(\.\.\.\(truncated\))?$/;
+   }
+
+   die "Could not parse this field: '$text'" unless defined $id;
+   return {
+      id    => $id,
+      len   => defined($len) ? $len : defined($nullsize) ? $nullsize : 0,
+      'hex' => defined($hex) ? $hex : '',
+      asc   => defined($asc) ? $asc : '',
+      trunc => $truncated ? 1 : 0,
+   };
+
+}
+
+sub parse_dl_section {
+   my ( $dl, $complete, $debug, $full ) = @_;
+   return unless $dl;
+   my $fulltext = $dl->{'fulltext'};
+   return 0 unless $fulltext;
+
+   my ( $ts ) = $fulltext =~ m/^$s$/m;
+   return 0 unless $ts;
+
+   $dl->{'ts'} = [ parse_innodb_timestamp( $ts ) ];
+   $dl->{'timestring'} = ts_to_string($dl->{'ts'});
+   $dl->{'txns'} = {};
+
+   my @sections
+      = $fulltext
+      =~ m{
+         ^\*{3}\s([^\n]*)  # *** (1) WAITING FOR THIS...
+         (.*?)             # Followed by anything, non-greedy
+         (?=(?:^\*{3})|\z) # Followed by another three stars or EOF
+      }gmsx;
+
+
+   # Loop through each section.  There are no assumptions about how many
+   # there are, who holds and wants what locks, and who gets rolled back.
+   while ( my ($header, $body) = splice(@sections, 0, 2) ) {
+      my ( $txn_id, $what ) = $header =~ m/^\($d\) (.*):$/;
+      next unless $txn_id;
+      $dl->{'txns'}->{$txn_id} ||= {};
+      my $txn = $dl->{'txns'}->{$txn_id};
+
+      if ( $what eq 'TRANSACTION' ) {
+         $txn->{'tx'} = parse_tx_text( $body, $complete, $debug, $full );
+      }
+      else {
+         push @{$txn->{'locks'}}, parse_innodb_record_locks( $body, $complete, $debug, $full );
+      }
+   }
+
+   @{ $dl }{ qw(rolled_back) }
+      = $fulltext =~ m/^\*\*\* WE ROLL BACK TRANSACTION \($d\)$/m;
+
+   # Make sure certain values aren't undef
+   map { $dl->{$_} ||= '' } qw(rolled_back);
+
+   delete $dl->{'fulltext'} unless $debug;
+   return 1;
+}
+
+sub parse_innodb_record_locks {
+   my ( $text, $complete, $debug, $full ) = @_;
+   my @result;
+
+   foreach my $lock ( $text =~ m/(^(?:RECORD|TABLE) LOCKS?.*$)/gm ) {
+      my $hash = {};
+      @{$hash}{ qw(lock_type space_id page_no n_bits index db table txn_id lock_mode) }
+         = $lock
+         =~ m{^(RECORD|TABLE) LOCKS? (?:space id $d page no $d n bits $d index `?$n`? of )?table `$n(?:/|`\.`)$n` trx id $t lock.mode (\S+)}m;
+      ( $hash->{'special'} )
+         = $lock =~ m/^(?:RECORD|TABLE) .*? locks (rec but not gap|gap before rec)/m;
+      $hash->{'insert_intention'}
+         = $lock =~ m/^(?:RECORD|TABLE) .*? insert intention/m ? 1 : 0;
+      $hash->{'waiting'}
+         = $lock =~ m/^(?:RECORD|TABLE) .*? waiting/m ? 1 : 0;
+
+      # Some things may not be in the text, so make sure they are not
+      # undef.
+      map { $hash->{$_} ||= 0 } qw(n_bits page_no space_id);
+      map { $hash->{$_} ||= "" } qw(index special);
+      push @result, $hash;
+   }
+
+   return @result;
+}
+
+sub parse_tx_text {
+   my ( $txn, $complete, $debug, $full ) = @_;
+
+   my ( $txn_id, $txn_status, $active_secs, $proc_no, $os_thread_id )
+      = $txn
+      =~ m/^(?:---)?TRANSACTION $t, (\D*?)(?: $d sec)?, (?:process no $d, )?OS thread id $d/m;
+   my ( $thread_status, $thread_decl_inside )
+      = $txn
+      =~ m/OS thread id \d+(?: ([^,]+?))?(?:, thread declared inside InnoDB $d)?$/m;
+
+   # Parsing the line that begins 'MySQL thread id' is complicated.  The only
+   # thing always in the line is the thread and query id.  See function
+   # innobase_mysql_print_thd in InnoDB source file sql/ha_innodb.cc.
+   my ( $thread_line ) = $txn =~ m/^(MySQL thread id .*)$/m;
+   my ( $mysql_thread_id, $query_id, $hostname, $ip, $user, $query_status );
+
+   if ( $thread_line ) {
+      # These parts can always be gotten.
+      ( $mysql_thread_id, $query_id ) = $thread_line =~ m/^MySQL thread id $d, query id $d/m;
+
+      # If it's a master/slave thread, "Has (read|sent) all" may be the thread's
+      # proc_info.  In these cases, there won't be any host/ip/user info
+      ( $query_status ) = $thread_line =~ m/(Has (?:read|sent) all .*$)/m;
+      if ( defined($query_status) ) {
+         $user = 'system user';
+      }
+
+      # It may be the case that the query id is the last thing in the line.
+      elsif ( $thread_line =~ m/query id \d+ / ) {
+         # The IP address is the only non-word thing left, so it's the most
+         # useful marker for where I have to start guessing.
+         ( $hostname, $ip ) = $thread_line =~ m/query id \d+(?: ([A-Za-z]\S+))? $i/m;
+         if ( defined $ip ) {
+            ( $user, $query_status ) = $thread_line =~ m/$ip $w(?: (.*))?$/;
+         }
+         else { # OK, there wasn't an IP address.
+            # There might not be ANYTHING except the query status.
+            ( $query_status ) = $thread_line =~ m/query id \d+ (.*)$/;
+            if ( $query_status !~ m/^\w+ing/ && !exists($is_proc_info{$query_status}) ) {
+               # The remaining tokens are, in order: hostname, user, query_status.
+               # It's basically impossible to know which is which.
+               ( $hostname, $user, $query_status ) = $thread_line
+                  =~ m/query id \d+(?: ([A-Za-z]\S+))?(?: $w(?: (.*))?)?$/m;
+            }
+            else {
+               $user = 'system user';
+            }
+         }
+      }
+   }
+
+   my ( $lock_wait_status, $lock_structs, $heap_size, $row_locks, $undo_log_entries )
+      = $txn
+      =~ m/^(?:(\D*) )?$d lock struct\(s\), heap size $d(?:, $d row lock\(s\))?(?:, undo log entries $d)?$/m;
+   my ( $lock_wait_time )
+      = $txn
+      =~ m/^------- TRX HAS BEEN WAITING $d SEC/m;
+
+   my $locks;
+   # If the transaction has locks, grab the locks.
+   if ( $txn =~ m/^TABLE LOCK|RECORD LOCKS/ ) {
+      $locks = [parse_innodb_record_locks($txn, $complete, $debug, $full)];
+   }
+   
+   my ( $tables_in_use, $tables_locked )
+      = $txn
+      =~ m/^mysql tables in use $d, locked $d$/m;
+   my ( $txn_doesnt_see_ge, $txn_sees_lt )
+      = $txn
+      =~ m/^Trx read view will not see trx with id >= $t, sees < $t$/m;
+   my $has_read_view = defined($txn_doesnt_see_ge);
+   # Only a certain number of bytes of the query text are included here, at least
+   # under some circumstances.  Some versions include 300, some 600.
+   my ( $query_text )
+      = $txn
+      =~ m{
+         ^MySQL\sthread\sid\s[^\n]+\n           # This comes before the query text
+         (.*?)                                  # The query text
+         (?=                                    # Followed by any of...
+            ^Trx\sread\sview
+            |^-------\sTRX\sHAS\sBEEN\sWAITING
+            |^TABLE\sLOCK
+            |^RECORD\sLOCKS\sspace\sid
+            |^(?:---)?TRANSACTION
+            |^\*\*\*\s\(\d\)
+            |\Z
+         )
+      }xms;
+   if ( $query_text ) {
+      $query_text =~ s/\s+$//;
+   }
+   else {
+      $query_text = '';
+   }
+
+   my %stuff = (
+      active_secs        => $active_secs,
+      has_read_view      => $has_read_view,
+      heap_size          => $heap_size,
+      hostname           => $hostname,
+      ip                 => $ip,
+      lock_structs       => $lock_structs,
+      lock_wait_status   => $lock_wait_status,
+      lock_wait_time     => $lock_wait_time,
+      mysql_thread_id    => $mysql_thread_id,
+      os_thread_id       => $os_thread_id,
+      proc_no            => $proc_no,
+      query_id           => $query_id,
+      query_status       => $query_status,
+      query_text         => $query_text,
+      row_locks          => $row_locks,
+      tables_in_use      => $tables_in_use,
+      tables_locked      => $tables_locked,
+      thread_decl_inside => $thread_decl_inside,
+      thread_status      => $thread_status,
+      txn_doesnt_see_ge  => $txn_doesnt_see_ge,
+      txn_id             => $txn_id,
+      txn_sees_lt        => $txn_sees_lt,
+      txn_status         => $txn_status,
+      undo_log_entries   => $undo_log_entries,
+      user               => $user,
+   );
+   $stuff{'fulltext'} = $txn if $debug;
+   $stuff{'locks'} = $locks if $locks;
+
+   # Some things may not be in the txn text, so make sure they are not
+   # undef.
+   map { $stuff{$_} ||= 0 } qw(active_secs heap_size lock_structs
+         tables_in_use undo_log_entries tables_locked has_read_view
+         thread_decl_inside lock_wait_time proc_no row_locks);
+   map { $stuff{$_} ||= "" } qw(thread_status txn_doesnt_see_ge
+         txn_sees_lt query_status ip query_text lock_wait_status user);
+   $stuff{'hostname'} ||= $stuff{'ip'};
+
+   return \%stuff;
+}
+
+sub parse_tx_section {
+   my ( $section, $complete, $debug, $full ) = @_;
+   return unless $section && $section->{'fulltext'};
+   my $fulltext = $section->{'fulltext'};
+   $section->{'transactions'} = [];
+
+   # Handle the individual transactions
+   my @transactions = $fulltext =~ m/(---TRANSACTION \d.*?)(?=\n---TRANSACTION|$)/gs;
+   foreach my $txn ( @transactions ) {
+      my $stuff = parse_tx_text( $txn, $complete, $debug, $full );
+      delete $stuff->{'fulltext'} unless $debug;
+      push @{$section->{'transactions'}}, $stuff;
+   }
+
+   # Handle the general info
+   @{$section}{ 'trx_id_counter' }
+      = $fulltext =~ m/^Trx id counter $t$/m;
+   @{$section}{ 'purge_done_for', 'purge_undo_for' }
+      = $fulltext =~ m/^Purge done for trx's n:o < $t undo n:o < $t$/m;
+   @{$section}{ 'history_list_len' } # This isn't present in some 4.x versions
+      = $fulltext =~ m/^History list length $d$/m;
+   @{$section}{ 'num_lock_structs' }
+      = $fulltext =~ m/^Total number of lock structs in row lock hash table $d$/m;
+   @{$section}{ 'is_truncated' }
+      = $fulltext =~ m/^\.\.\. truncated\.\.\.$/m ? 1 : 0;
+
+   # Fill in things that might not be present
+   foreach ( qw(history_list_len) ) {
+      $section->{$_} ||= 0;
+   }
+
+   delete $section->{'fulltext'} unless $debug;
+   return 1;
+}
+
+# I've read the source for this section.
+sub parse_ro_section {
+   my ( $section, $complete, $debug, $full ) = @_;
+   return unless $section && $section->{'fulltext'};
+   my $fulltext = $section->{'fulltext'};
+
+   # Grab the info
+   @{$section}{ 'queries_inside', 'queries_in_queue' }
+      = $fulltext =~ m/^$d queries inside InnoDB, $d queries in queue$/m;
+   ( $section->{ 'read_views_open' } )
+      = $fulltext =~ m/^$d read views open inside InnoDB$/m;
+   ( $section->{ 'n_reserved_extents' } )
+      = $fulltext =~ m/^$d tablespace extents now reserved for B-tree/m;
+   @{$section}{ 'main_thread_proc_no', 'main_thread_id', 'main_thread_state' }
+      = $fulltext =~ m/^Main thread (?:process no. $d, )?id $d, state: (.*)$/m;
+   @{$section}{ 'num_rows_ins', 'num_rows_upd', 'num_rows_del', 'num_rows_read' }
+      = $fulltext =~ m/^Number of rows inserted $d, updated $d, deleted $d, read $d$/m;
+   @{$section}{ 'ins_sec', 'upd_sec', 'del_sec', 'read_sec' }
+      = $fulltext =~ m#^$f inserts/s, $f updates/s, $f deletes/s, $f reads/s$#m;
+   $section->{'main_thread_proc_no'} ||= 0;
+
+   map { $section->{$_} ||= 0 } qw(read_views_open n_reserved_extents);
+   delete $section->{'fulltext'} unless $debug;
+   return 1;
+}
+
+sub parse_lg_section {
+   my ( $section, $complete, $debug, $full ) = @_;
+   return unless $section;
+   my $fulltext = $section->{'fulltext'};
+
+   # Grab the info
+   ( $section->{ 'log_seq_no' } )
+      = $fulltext =~ m/Log sequence number \s*(\d.*)$/m;
+   ( $section->{ 'log_flushed_to' } )
+      = $fulltext =~ m/Log flushed up to \s*(\d.*)$/m;
+   ( $section->{ 'last_chkp' } )
+      = $fulltext =~ m/Last checkpoint at \s*(\d.*)$/m;
+   @{$section}{ 'pending_log_writes', 'pending_chkp_writes' }
+      = $fulltext =~ m/$d pending log writes, $d pending chkp writes/;
+   @{$section}{ 'log_ios_done', 'log_ios_s' }
+      = $fulltext =~ m#$d log i/o's done, $f log i/o's/second#;
+
+   delete $section->{'fulltext'} unless $debug;
+   return 1;
+}
+
+sub parse_ib_section {
+   my ( $section, $complete, $debug, $full ) = @_;
+   return unless $section && $section->{'fulltext'};
+   my $fulltext = $section->{'fulltext'};
+
+   # Some servers will output ibuf information for tablespace 0, as though there
+   # might be many tablespaces with insert buffers.  (In practice I believe
+   # the source code shows there will only ever be one).  I have to parse both
+   # cases here, but I assume there will only be one.
+   @{$section}{ 'size', 'free_list_len', 'seg_size' }
+      = $fulltext =~ m/^Ibuf(?: for space 0)?: size $d, free list len $d, seg size $d,$/m;
+   @{$section}{ 'inserts', 'merged_recs', 'merges' }
+      = $fulltext =~ m/^$d inserts, $d merged recs, $d merges$/m;
+
+   @{$section}{ 'hash_table_size', 'used_cells', 'bufs_in_node_heap' }
+      = $fulltext =~ m/^Hash table size $d, used cells $d, node heap has $d buffer\(s\)$/m;
+   @{$section}{ 'hash_searches_s', 'non_hash_searches_s' }
+      = $fulltext =~ m{^$f hash searches/s, $f non-hash searches/s$}m;
+
+   delete $section->{'fulltext'} unless $debug;
+   return 1;
+}
+
+sub parse_wait_array {
+   my ( $text, $complete, $debug, $full ) = @_;
+   my %result;
+
+   @result{ qw(thread waited_at_filename waited_at_line waited_secs) }
+      = $text =~ m/^--Thread $d has waited at $fl for $f seconds/m;
+
+   # Depending on whether it's a SYNC_MUTEX,RW_LOCK_EX,RW_LOCK_SHARED,
+   # there will be different text output
+   if ( $text =~ m/^Mutex at/m ) {
+      $result{'request_type'} = 'M';
+      @result{ qw( lock_mem_addr lock_cfile_name lock_cline lock_var) }
+         = $text =~ m/^Mutex at $h created file $fl, lock var $d$/m;
+      @result{ qw( waiters_flag )}
+         = $text =~ m/^waiters flag $d$/m;
+   }
+   else {
+      @result{ qw( request_type lock_mem_addr lock_cfile_name lock_cline) }
+         = $text =~ m/^(.)-lock on RW-latch at $h created in file $fl$/m;
+      @result{ qw( writer_thread writer_lock_mode ) }
+         = $text =~ m/^a writer \(thread id $d\) has reserved it in mode  (.*)$/m;
+      @result{ qw( num_readers waiters_flag )}
+         = $text =~ m/^number of readers $d, waiters flag $d$/m;
+      @result{ qw(last_s_file_name last_s_line ) }
+         = $text =~ m/Last time read locked in file $fl$/m;
+      @result{ qw(last_x_file_name last_x_line ) }
+         = $text =~ m/Last time write locked in file $fl$/m;
+   }
+
+   $result{'cell_waiting'} = $text =~ m/^wait has ended$/m ? 0 : 1;
+   $result{'cell_event_set'} = $text =~ m/^wait is ending$/m ? 1 : 0;
+
+   # Because there are two code paths, some things won't get set.
+   map { $result{$_} ||= '' }
+      qw(last_s_file_name last_x_file_name writer_lock_mode);
+   map { $result{$_} ||= 0 }
+      qw(num_readers lock_var last_s_line last_x_line writer_thread);
+
+   return \%result;
+}
+
+sub parse_sm_section {
+   my ( $section, $complete, $debug, $full ) = @_;
+   return 0 unless $section && $section->{'fulltext'};
+   my $fulltext = $section->{'fulltext'};
+
+   # Grab the info
+   @{$section}{ 'reservation_count', 'signal_count' }
+      = $fulltext =~ m/^OS WAIT ARRAY INFO: reservation count $d, signal count $d$/m;
+   @{$section}{ 'mutex_spin_waits', 'mutex_spin_rounds', 'mutex_os_waits' }
+      = $fulltext =~ m/^Mutex spin waits $d, rounds $d, OS waits $d$/m;
+   @{$section}{ 'rw_shared_spins', 'rw_shared_os_waits', 'rw_excl_spins', 'rw_excl_os_waits' }
+      = $fulltext =~ m/^RW-shared spins $d, OS waits $d; RW-excl spins $d, OS waits $d$/m;
+
+   # Look for info on waits.
+   my @waits = $fulltext =~ m/^(--Thread.*?)^(?=Mutex spin|--Thread)/gms;
+   $section->{'waits'} = [ map { parse_wait_array($_, $complete, $debug) } @waits ];
+   $section->{'wait_array_size'} = scalar(@waits);
+
+   delete $section->{'fulltext'} unless $debug;
+   return 1;
+}
+
+# I've read the source for this section.
+sub parse_bp_section {
+   my ( $section, $complete, $debug, $full ) = @_;
+   return unless $section && $section->{'fulltext'};
+   my $fulltext = $section->{'fulltext'};
+
+   # Grab the info
+   @{$section}{ 'total_mem_alloc', 'add_pool_alloc' }
+      = $fulltext =~ m/^Total memory allocated $d; in additional pool allocated $d$/m;
+   @{$section}{'dict_mem_alloc'}     = $fulltext =~ m/Dictionary memory allocated $d/;
+   @{$section}{'awe_mem_alloc'}      = $fulltext =~ m/$d MB of AWE memory/;
+   @{$section}{'buf_pool_size'}      = $fulltext =~ m/^Buffer pool size\s*$d$/m;
+   @{$section}{'buf_free'}           = $fulltext =~ m/^Free buffers\s*$d$/m;
+   @{$section}{'pages_total'}        = $fulltext =~ m/^Database pages\s*$d$/m;
+   @{$section}{'pages_modified'}     = $fulltext =~ m/^Modified db pages\s*$d$/m;
+   @{$section}{'pages_read', 'pages_created', 'pages_written'}
+      = $fulltext =~ m/^Pages read $d, created $d, written $d$/m;
+   @{$section}{'page_reads_sec', 'page_creates_sec', 'page_writes_sec'}
+      = $fulltext =~ m{^$f reads/s, $f creates/s, $f writes/s$}m;
+   @{$section}{'buf_pool_hits', 'buf_pool_reads'}
+      = $fulltext =~ m{Buffer pool hit rate $d / $d$}m;
+   if ($fulltext =~ m/^No buffer pool page gets since the last printout$/m) {
+      @{$section}{'buf_pool_hits', 'buf_pool_reads'} = (0, 0);
+      @{$section}{'buf_pool_hit_rate'} = '--';
+   }
+   else {
+      @{$section}{'buf_pool_hit_rate'}
+         = $fulltext =~ m{Buffer pool hit rate (\d+ / \d+)$}m;
+   }
+   @{$section}{'reads_pending'} = $fulltext =~ m/^Pending reads $d/m;
+   @{$section}{'writes_pending_lru', 'writes_pending_flush_list', 'writes_pending_single_page' }
+      = $fulltext =~ m/^Pending writes: LRU $d, flush list $d, single page $d$/m;
+
+   map { $section->{$_} ||= 0 }
+      qw(writes_pending_lru writes_pending_flush_list writes_pending_single_page
+      awe_mem_alloc dict_mem_alloc);
+   @{$section}{'writes_pending'} = List::Util::sum(
+      @{$section}{ qw(writes_pending_lru writes_pending_flush_list writes_pending_single_page) });
+
+   delete $section->{'fulltext'} unless $debug;
+   return 1;
+}
+
+# I've read the source for this.
+sub parse_io_section {
+   my ( $section, $complete, $debug, $full ) = @_;
+   return unless $section && $section->{'fulltext'};
+   my $fulltext = $section->{'fulltext'};
+   $section->{'threads'} = {};
+
+   # Grab the I/O thread info
+   my @threads = $fulltext =~ m<^(I/O thread \d+ .*)$>gm;
+   foreach my $thread (@threads) {
+      my ( $tid, $state, $purpose, $event_set )
+         = $thread =~ m{I/O thread $d state: (.+?) \((.*)\)(?: ev set)?$}m;
+      if ( defined $tid ) {
+         $section->{'threads'}->{$tid} = {
+            thread    => $tid,
+            state     => $state,
+            purpose   => $purpose,
+            event_set => $event_set ? 1 : 0,
+         };
+      }
+   }
+
+   # Grab the reads/writes/flushes info
+   @{$section}{ 'pending_normal_aio_reads', 'pending_aio_writes' }
+      = $fulltext =~ m/^Pending normal aio reads: $d, aio writes: $d,$/m;
+   @{$section}{ 'pending_ibuf_aio_reads', 'pending_log_ios', 'pending_sync_ios' }
+      = $fulltext =~ m{^ ibuf aio reads: $d, log i/o's: $d, sync i/o's: $d$}m;
+   @{$section}{ 'flush_type', 'pending_log_flushes', 'pending_buffer_pool_flushes' }
+      = $fulltext =~ m/^Pending flushes \($w\) log: $d; buffer pool: $d$/m;
+   @{$section}{ 'os_file_reads', 'os_file_writes', 'os_fsyncs' }
+      = $fulltext =~ m/^$d OS file reads, $d OS file writes, $d OS fsyncs$/m;
+   @{$section}{ 'reads_s', 'avg_bytes_s', 'writes_s', 'fsyncs_s' }
+      = $fulltext =~ m{^$f reads/s, $d avg bytes/read, $f writes/s, $f fsyncs/s$}m;
+   @{$section}{ 'pending_preads', 'pending_pwrites' }
+      = $fulltext =~ m/$d pending preads, $d pending pwrites$/m;
+   @{$section}{ 'pending_preads', 'pending_pwrites' } = (0, 0)
+      unless defined($section->{'pending_preads'});
+
+   delete $section->{'fulltext'} unless $debug;
+   return 1;
+}
+
+sub _debug {
+   my ( $debug, $msg ) = @_;
+   if ( $debug ) {
+      die $msg;
+   }
+   else {
+      warn $msg;
+   }
+   return 1;
+}
+
+1;
+
+# end_of_package
+# ############################################################################
+# Perldoc section.  I put this last as per the Dog book.
+# ############################################################################
+=pod
+
+=head1 NAME
+
+InnoDBParser - Parse InnoDB monitor text.
+
+=head1 DESCRIPTION
+
+InnoDBParser tries to parse the output of the InnoDB monitor.  One way to get
+this output is to connect to a MySQL server and issue the command SHOW ENGINE
+INNODB STATUS (omit 'ENGINE' on earlier versions of MySQL).  The goal is to
+turn text into data that something else (e.g. innotop) can use.
+
+The output comes from all over, but the place to start in the source is
+innobase/srv/srv0srv.c.
+
+=head1 SYNOPSIS
+
+   use InnoDBParser;
+   use DBI;
+
+   # Get the status text.
+   my $dbh = DBI->connect(
+      "DBI::mysql:test;host=localhost",
+      'user',
+      'password'
+   );
+   my $query = 'SHOW /*!5 ENGINE */ INNODB STATUS';
+   my $text  = $dbh->selectcol_arrayref($query)->[0];
+
+   # 1 or 0
+   my $debug = 1;
+
+   # Choose sections of the monitor text you want.  Possible values:
+   # TRANSACTIONS                          => tx
+   # BUFFER POOL AND MEMORY                => bp
+   # SEMAPHORES                            => sm
+   # LOG                                   => lg
+   # ROW OPERATIONS                        => ro
+   # INSERT BUFFER AND ADAPTIVE HASH INDEX => ib
+   # FILE I/O                              => io
+   # LATEST DETECTED DEADLOCK              => dl
+   # LATEST FOREIGN KEY ERROR              => fk
+
+   my $required_sections = {
+      tx => 1,
+   };
+
+   # Parse the status text.
+   my $parser = InnoDBParser->new;
+   $innodb_status = $parser->parse_status_text(
+      $text,
+      $debug,
+      # Omit the following parameter to get all sections.
+      $required_sections,
+   );
+
+=head1 COPYRIGHT, LICENSE AND WARRANTY
+
+This package is copyright (c) 2006 Baron Schwartz, baron at xaprb dot com.
+Feedback and improvements are gratefully received.
+
+THIS PACKAGE IS PROVIDED "AS IS" AND WITHOUT ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED
+WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF
+MERCHANTIBILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
+
+This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under
+the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software
+Foundation, version 2; OR the Perl Artistic License.  On UNIX and similar
+systems, you can issue `man perlgpl' or `man perlartistic' to read these
+licenses.
+
+You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License along with
+this program; if not, write to the Free Software Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple
+Place, Suite 330, Boston, MA  02111-1307  USA
+
+=head1 AUTHOR
+
+Baron Schwartz, baron at xaprb dot com.
+
+=head1 BUGS
+
+None known, but I bet there are some.  The InnoDB monitor text wasn't really
+designed to be parsable.
+
+=head1 SEE ALSO
+
+innotop - a program that can format the parsed status information for humans
+to read and enjoy.
+
+=cut

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--- a/storage/xtradb/build/debian/additions/innotop/changelog.innotop	1970-01-01 00:00:00 +0000
+++ b/storage/xtradb/build/debian/additions/innotop/changelog.innotop	2010-01-26 18:02:46 +0000
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+Changelog for innotop and InnoDBParser:
+
+2007-11-09: version 1.6.0
+
+   * S mode crashed on non-numeric values.
+   * New user-defined columns crashed upon restart.
+   * Added --color option to control terminal coloring.
+
+2007-09-18: version 1.5.2
+
+   * Added the ability to monitor InnoDB status from a file.
+   * Changed W mode to L mode; it monitors all locks, not just lock waits.
+
+2007-09-16: version 1.5.1
+
+   * Added C (Command Summary) mode.
+   * Fixed a bug in the 'avg' aggregate function.
+
+2007-09-10: version 1.5.0
+
+   Changes:
+   * Added plugin functionality.
+   * Added group-by functionality.
+   * Moved the configuration file to a directory.
+   * Enhanced filtering and sorting on pivoted tables.
+   * Many small bug fixes.
+
+2007-07-16: version 1.4.3
+
+   Changes:
+   * Added standard --version command-line option
+   * Changed colors to cyan instead of blue; more visible on dark terminals.
+   * Added information to the filter-choosing dialog.
+   * Added column auto-completion when entering a filter expression.
+   * Changed Term::ReadKey from optional to mandatory.
+   * Clarified username in password prompting.
+   * Ten thousand words of documentation!
+
+   Bugs fixed:
+   * innotop crashed in W mode when InnoDB status data was truncated.
+   * innotop didn't display errors in tables if debug was enabled.
+   * The colored() subroutine wasn't being created in non-interactive mode.
+   * Don't prompt to save password except the first time.
+
+2007-05-03: version 1.4.2
+
+   This version contains all changes to the trunk until revision 239; some
+   changes in revisions 240:250 are included.
+
+   MAJOR CHANGES:
+
+   * Quick-filters to easily filter any column in any display
+   * Compatibility with MySQL 3.23 through 6.0
+   * Improved error handling when a server is down, permissions denied, etc
+   * Use additional SHOW INNODB STATUS information in 5.1.x
+   * Make all modes use tables consistently, so they can all be edited,
+     filtered, colored and sorted consistently
+   * Combine V, G and S modes into S mode, with v, g, and s hot-keys
+   * Let DBD driver read MySQL option files; permit connections without
+     user/pass/etc
+   * Compile SQL-like expressions into Perl subroutines; eliminate need to
+     know Perl
+   * Do not save all config data to config file, only save user's customizations
+   * Rewritten and improved command-line option handling
+   * Added --count, --delay, and other command-line options to support
+     run-and-exit operation
+   * Improve built-in variable sets
+   * Improve help screen with three-part balanced-column layout
+   * Simplify table-editor and improve hotkey support
+   * Require Perl to have high-resolution time support (Time::HiRes)
+   * Help the user choose a query to analyze or kill
+   * Enable EXPLAIN, show-full-query in T mode just like Q mode
+   * Let data-extraction access current, previous and incremental data sets
+     all at once
+
+   MINOR CHANGES:
+
+   * Column stabilizing for Q mode
+   * New color rules for T, Q, W modes
+   * Apply slave I/O filter to Q mode
+   * Improve detection of server version and other meta-data
+   * Make connection timeout a config variable
+   * Improve cross-version-compatible SQL syntax
+   * Get some information from the DBD driver instead of asking MySQL for it
+   * Improved error messages
+   * Improve server group creation/editing
+   * Improve connection/thread killing
+   * Fix broken key bindings and restore previously mapped hot-keys for
+     choosing columns
+   * Some documentation updates (but not nearly enough)
+   * Allow the user to specify graphing char in S mode (formerly G mode)
+   * Allow easy switching between variable sets in S mode
+   * Bind 'n' key globally to choose the 'next' server connection
+   * Bind '%' key globally to filter displayed tables
+   * Allow aligning columns on the decimal place for easy readability
+   * Add hide_hdr config variable to hide column headers in tables
+   * Add a feature to smartly run PURGE MASTER LOGS in Replication mode
+   * Enable debug mode as a globally configurable variable
+   * Improve error messages when an expression or filter doesn't compile or has
+     a run-time error; die on error when debug is enabled
+   * Allow user-configurable delays after executing SQL (to let the server
+     settle down before taking another measurement)
+   * Add an expression to show how long until a transaction is finished
+   * Add skip_innodb as a global config variable
+   * Add '%' after percentages to help disambiguate (user-configurable)
+   * Add column to M mode to help see how fast slave is catching up to master
+
+   BUG FIXES:
+
+   * T and W modes had wrong value for wait_status column
+   * Error tracking on connections didn't reset when the connection recovered
+   * wait_timeout on connections couldn't be set before MySQL 4.0.3
+   * There was a crash on 3.23 when wiping deadlocks
+   * Lettercase changes in some result sets (SHOW MASTER/SLAVE STATUS) between
+     MySQL versions crashed innotop
+   * Inactive connections crashed innotop upon access to DBD driver
+   * set_precision did not respect user defaults for number of digits
+   * --inc command-line option could not be negated
+   * InnoDB status parsing was not always parsing all needed information
+   * S mode (formerly G mode) could crash trying to divide non-numeric data
+   * M table didn't show Slave_open_temp_tables variable; incorrect lettercase
+   * DBD drivers with broken AutoCommit would crash innotop
+   * Some key bindings had incorrect labels
+   * Some config-file loading routines could load data for things that didn't
+     exist
+   * Headers printed too often in S mode
+   * High-resolution time was not used even when the user had it
+   * Non-interactive mode printed blank lines sometimes
+   * Q-mode header and statusbar showed different QPS numbers
+   * Formulas for key-cache and query-cache hit ratios were wrong
+   * Mac OS "Darwin" machines were mis-identified as Microsoft Windows
+   * Some multiplications crashed when given undefined input
+   * The commify transformation did not check its input and could crash
+   * Specifying an invalid mode on the command line or config file could crash
+     innotop
+
+2007-03-29: version 1.4.1
+
+   * More tweaks to display of connection errors.
+   * Fixed a problem with skip-innodb in MySQL 5.1.
+   * Fix a bug with dead connections in single-connection mode.
+   * Fix a regex to allow parsing more data from truncated deadlocks.
+   * Don't load active cxns from the config file if the cxn isn't defined.
+
+2007-03-03: version 1.4.0
+
+   * Further tweak error handling and display of connection errors
+   * More centralization of querying
+   * Fix forking so it doesn't kill all database connections
+   * Allow user to run innotop without permissions for GLOBAL variables and status
+
+2007-02-11: version 1.3.6
+
+   * Handle some connection failures so innotop doesn't crash because of one server.
+   * Enable incremental display in more modes.
+   * Tweaks to colorizing, color editor, and default color rules.
+   * Tweaks to default sorting rules.
+   * Use prepared statements for efficiency.
+   * Bug fixes and code cleanups.
+   * Data storage is keyed on clock ticks now.
+
+2007-02-03: version 1.3.5
+
+   * Bug fixes.
+   * More tools for editing configuration from within innotop.
+   * Filters and transformations are constrained to valid values.
+   * Support for colorizing rows.
+   * Sorting by multiple columns.
+   * Compress headers when display is very wide.
+   * Stabilize and limit column widths.
+   * Check config file formats when upgrading so upgrades go smoothly.
+   * Make D mode handle many connections at once.
+   * Extract simple expressions from data sets in column src property.
+     This makes innotop more awk-ish.
+
+2007-01-16: version 1.3
+
+   * Readline support.
+   * Can be used unattended, or in a pipe-and-filter mode
+     where it outputs tab-separated data to standard output.
+   * You can specify a config file on the command line.
+     Config files can be marked read-only.
+   * Monitor multiple servers simultaneously.
+   * Server groups to help manage many servers conveniently.
+   * Monitor master/slave status, and control slaves.
+   * Columns can have user-defined expressions as their data sources.
+   * Better configuration tools.
+   * InnoDB status information is merged into SHOW VARIABLES and
+     SHOW STATUS information, so you can access it all together.
+   * High-precision time support in more places.
+   * Lots of tweaks to make things display more readably and compactly.
+   * Column transformations and filters.
+
+2007-01-16: version 1.0.1
+   * NOTE: innotop is now hosted at Sourceforge, in Subversion not CVS.
+     The new project homepage is http://sourceforge.net/projects/innotop/
+   * Tweak default T/Q mode sort columns to match what people expect.
+   * Fix broken InnoDBParser.pm documentation (and hence man page).
+
+2007-01-06: version 1.0
+   * NOTE: innotop is now hosted at Sourceforge, in Subversion not CVS.
+     The new project homepage is http://sourceforge.net/projects/innotop/
+   * Prevent control characters from freaking terminal out.
+   * Set timeout to keep busy servers from closing connection.
+   * There is only one InnoDB insert buffer.
+   * Make licenses clear and consistent.
+
+2006-11-14: innotop 0.1.160, InnoDBParser version 1.69
+   * Support for ANSI color on Microsoft Windows (more readable, compact
+     display; thanks Gisbert W. Selke).
+   * Better handling of $ENV{HOME} on Windows.
+   * Added a LICENSE file to the package as per Gentoo bug:
+     http://bugs.gentoo.org/show_bug.cgi?id=147600
+
+2006-11-11: innotop 0.1.157, InnoDBParser version 1.69
+   * Add Microsoft Windows support.
+
+2006-10-19: innotop 0.1.154, InnoDBParser version 1.69
+   * Add O (Open Tables) mode
+   * Add some more checks to handle incomplete InnoDB status information
+
+2006-09-30: innotop 0.1.152, InnoDBParser version 1.69
+   * Figured out what was wrong with package $VERSION variable: it wasn't
+     after the package declaration!
+
+2006-09-28: innotop 0.1.152, InnoDBParser version 1.67
+   * Make more efforts towards crash-resistance and tolerance of completely
+     messed-up inputs.  If innotop itself is broken, it is now much harder to
+     tell, because it just keeps on running without complaining.
+   * Fix a small bug parsing out some information and displaying it.
+
+2006-09-05: innotop 0.1.149, InnoDBParser version 1.64
+   * Try to find and eliminate any parsing code that assumes pattern matches
+     will succeed.
+
+2006-09-05: innotop 0.1.149, InnoDBParser version 1.62
+   * Make innotop crash-resistant, so I can declare it STABLE finally.
+   * Instead of using SQL conditional comments, detect MySQL version.
+
+2006-08-22: innotop 0.1.147, InnoDBParser version 1.60
+   * Fix some innotop bugs with undefined values, bad formatting etc.
+
+2006-08-19: innotop 0.1.146, InnoDBParser version 1.60
+   * Make innotop handle some unexpected NULL values in Q mode.
+   * Add OS wait information to W mode, so it is now "everything that waits."
+   * Center section captions better.
+   * Make R mode more readable and compact.
+   * Make InnoDBParser parse lock waits even when they've been waiting 0 secs.
+
+2006-08-12: innotop 0.1.139, InnoDBParser version 1.59
+   * Add more documentation
+   * Tweak V mode to show more info in less space.
+   * Fix a bug in G mode.
+
+2006-08-10: innotop 0.1.132, InnoDBParser version 1.58
+   * Handle yet more types of FK error... it will never end!
+   * Handle some special cases when DEADLOCK info truncated
+   * Add a bit more FK info to F mode in innotop
+   * More tests added to the test suite
+
+2006-08-07: innotop 0.1.131, InnoDBParser version 1.55
+   * Fix another issue with configuration
+   * Handle another type of FK error
+
+2006-08-03: innotop 0.1.130, InnoDBParser version 1.54
+   * Fix an issue loading config file
+   * Add heap_no to 'D' (InnoDB Deadlock) mode to ease deadlock debugging.
+
+2006-08-02: innotop 0.1.128, InnoDBParser version 1.54
+   * Parse lock wait information from the TRANSACTION section.
+   * Even more OS-specific parsing... pain in the butt...
+   * Add 'W' (InnoDB Lock Wait) mode.
+   * Fix some minor display issues with statusbar.
+
+2006-08-02: innotop 0.1.125, InnoDBParser version 1.50
+   * Don't try to get references to Perl built-in functions like time()
+   * Handle more OS-specific variations of InnoDB status text
+   * Add some more information to various places in innotop
+
+2006-08-01: innotop 0.1.123, InnoDBParser version 1.47
+
+   * Enhance S and G modes: clear screen and re-print headers
+   * Don't crash when deadlock data is truncated
+   * Make Analyze mode say how to get back to whatever you came from
+   * Display 'nothing to display' when there is nothing
+   * Add ability to read InnoDB status text from a file (mostly helps test)
+   * Add table of Wait Array Information in Row Op/Semaphore mode
+   * Add table of lock information in InnoDB deadlock mode
+   * Ensure new features in upgrades don't get masked by existing config files
+   * Tweak default column choices for T mode
+   * Enhance foreign key parsing
+   * Enhance physical record and data tuple parsing
+   * Enhance lock parsing (handle old-style and new-style formats)
+
+2006-07-24: innotop 0.1.112, InnoDBParser version 1.36
+
+   * InnoDBParser enhancements for FK error messages.
+   * A fix to innotop to prevent it from crashing while trying to display a FK
+     error message.
+   * Some minor cosmetic changes to number formatting in innotop.
+
+2006-07-22: innotop 0.1.106, InnoDBParser version 1.35
+
+   * InnoDBParser is much more complete and accurate.
+   * Tons of bug fixes.
+   * Add partitions to EXPLAIN mode.
+   * Enhance Q mode header, add T mode header.
+   * Share some configuration variables across modes.
+   * Add formatted time columns to Q, T modes.
+   * Add command-line argument parsing.
+   * Turn off echo when asking for password.
+   * Add option to specify port when connecting.
+   * Let display-optimized-query display multiple notes.
+   * Lots of small improvements, such as showing more info in statusbar.
+
+2006-07-02: innotop 0.1.74, InnoDBParser version 1.24
+
+   * Initial release for public consumption.

=== added file 'storage/xtradb/build/debian/additions/innotop/innotop'
--- a/storage/xtradb/build/debian/additions/innotop/innotop	1970-01-01 00:00:00 +0000
+++ b/storage/xtradb/build/debian/additions/innotop/innotop	2010-01-26 18:02:46 +0000
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+#!/usr/bin/perl
+
+# vim: tw=160:nowrap:expandtab:tabstop=3:shiftwidth=3:softtabstop=3
+
+use strict;
+use warnings FATAL => 'all';
+use sigtrap qw(handler finish untrapped normal-signals);
+
+use Data::Dumper;
+use DBI;
+use English qw(-no_match_vars);
+use File::Basename qw(dirname);
+use Getopt::Long;
+use List::Util qw(max min maxstr sum);
+use InnoDBParser;
+use POSIX qw(ceil);
+use Time::HiRes qw(time sleep);
+use Term::ReadKey qw(ReadMode ReadKey);
+
+# Version, license and warranty information. {{{1
+# ###########################################################################
+our $VERSION = '1.6.0';
+our $SVN_REV = sprintf("%d", q$Revision: 383 $ =~ m/(\d+)/g);
+our $SVN_URL = sprintf("%s", q$URL: https://innotop.svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/innotop/trunk/innotop $ =~ m$svnroot/innotop/(\S+)$g);
+
+my $innotop_license = <<"LICENSE";
+
+This is innotop version $VERSION, a MySQL and InnoDB monitor.
+
+This program is copyright (c) 2006 Baron Schwartz.
+Feedback and improvements are welcome.
+
+THIS PROGRAM IS PROVIDED "AS IS" AND WITHOUT ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED
+WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF
+MERCHANTIBILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
+
+This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under
+the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software
+Foundation, version 2; OR the Perl Artistic License.  On UNIX and similar
+systems, you can issue `man perlgpl' or `man perlartistic' to read these
+licenses.
+
+You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License along with
+this program; if not, write to the Free Software Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple
+Place, Suite 330, Boston, MA  02111-1307  USA.
+LICENSE
+
+# Configuration information and global setup {{{1
+# ###########################################################################
+
+# Really, really, super-global variables.
+my @config_versions = (
+   "000-000-000", "001-003-000", # config file was one big name-value hash.
+   "001-003-000", "001-004-002", # config file contained non-user-defined stuff.
+);
+
+my $clear_screen_sub;
+
+# This defines expected properties and defaults for the column definitions that
+# eventually end up in tbl_meta.
+my %col_props = (
+   hdr     => '',
+   just    => '-',
+   dec     => 0,     # Whether to align the column on the decimal point
+   num     => 0,
+   label   => '',
+   user    => 0,
+   src     => '',
+   tbl     => '',    # Helps when writing/reading custom columns in config files
+   minw    => 0,
+   maxw    => 0,
+   trans   => [],
+   agg     => 'first',  # Aggregate function
+   aggonly => 0,        # Whether to show only when tbl_meta->{aggregate} is true
+);
+
+# Actual DBI connections to MySQL servers.
+my %dbhs;
+
+# Command-line parameters {{{2
+# ###########################################################################
+
+my @opt_spec = (
+   { s => 'help',       d => 'Show this help message' },
+   { s => 'color|C!',   d => 'Use terminal coloring (default)',   c => 'color' },
+   { s => 'config|c=s', d => 'Config file to read' },
+   { s => 'nonint|n',   d => 'Non-interactive, output tab-separated fields' },
+   { s => 'count=i',    d => 'Number of updates before exiting' },
+   { s => 'delay|d=f',  d => 'Delay between updates in seconds',  c => 'interval' },
+   { s => 'mode|m=s',   d => 'Operating mode to start in',        c => 'mode' },
+   { s => 'inc|i!',     d => 'Measure incremental differences',   c => 'status_inc' },
+   { s => 'version',    d => 'Output version information and exit' },
+);
+
+# This is the container for the command-line options' values to be stored in
+# after processing.  Initial values are defaults.
+my %opts = (
+   n => !( -t STDIN && -t STDOUT ), # If in/out aren't to terminals, we're interactive
+);
+# Post-process...
+my %opt_seen;
+foreach my $spec ( @opt_spec ) {
+   my ( $long, $short ) = $spec->{s} =~ m/^(\w+)(?:\|([^!+=]*))?/;
+   $spec->{k} = $short || $long;
+   $spec->{l} = $long;
+   $spec->{t} = $short;
+   $spec->{n} = $spec->{s} =~ m/!/;
+   $opts{$spec->{k}} = undef unless defined $opts{$spec->{k}};
+   die "Duplicate option $spec->{k}" if $opt_seen{$spec->{k}}++;
+}
+
+Getopt::Long::Configure('no_ignore_case', 'bundling');
+GetOptions( map { $_->{s} => \$opts{$_->{k}} } @opt_spec) or $opts{help} = 1;
+
+if ( $opts{version} ) {
+   print "innotop  Ver $VERSION Changeset $SVN_REV from $SVN_URL\n";
+   exit(0);
+}
+
+if ( $opts{'help'} ) {
+   print "Usage: innotop <options> <innodb-status-file>\n\n";
+   my $maxw = max(map { length($_->{l}) + ($_->{n} ? 4 : 0)} @opt_spec);
+   foreach my $spec ( sort { $a->{l} cmp $b->{l} } @opt_spec ) {
+      my $long  = $spec->{n} ? "[no]$spec->{l}" : $spec->{l};
+      my $short = $spec->{t} ? "-$spec->{t}" : '';
+      printf("  --%-${maxw}s %-4s %s\n", $long, $short, $spec->{d});
+   }
+   print <<USAGE;
+
+innotop is a MySQL and InnoDB transaction/status monitor, like 'top' for
+MySQL.  It displays queries, InnoDB transactions, lock waits, deadlocks,
+foreign key errors, open tables, replication status, buffer information,
+row operations, logs, I/O operations, load graph, and more.  You can
+monitor many servers at once with innotop. 
+
+USAGE
+   exit(1);
+}
+
+# Meta-data (table definitions etc) {{{2
+# ###########################################################################
+
+# Expressions {{{3
+# Convenience so I can copy/paste these in several places...
+# ###########################################################################
+my %exprs = (
+   Host              => q{my $host = host || hostname || ''; ($host) = $host =~ m/^((?:[\d.]+(?=:))|(?:[a-zA-Z]\w+))/; return $host || ''},
+   Port              => q{my ($p) = host =~ m/:(.*)$/; return $p || 0},
+   OldVersions       => q{dulint_to_int(IB_tx_trx_id_counter) - dulint_to_int(IB_tx_purge_done_for)},
+   MaxTxnTime        => q/max(map{ $_->{active_secs} } @{ IB_tx_transactions }) || 0/,
+   NumTxns           => q{scalar @{ IB_tx_transactions } },
+   DirtyBufs         => q{ $cur->{IB_bp_pages_modified} / ($cur->{IB_bp_buf_pool_size} || 1) },
+   BufPoolFill       => q{ $cur->{IB_bp_pages_total} / ($cur->{IB_bp_buf_pool_size} || 1) },
+   ServerLoad        => q{ $cur->{Threads_connected}/(Questions||1)/Uptime_hires },
+   TxnTimeRemain     => q{ defined undo_log_entries && defined $pre->{undo_log_entries} && undo_log_entries < $pre->{undo_log_entries} ? undo_log_entries / (($pre->{undo_log_entries} - undo_log_entries)/((active_secs-$pre->{active_secs})||1))||1 : 0},
+   SlaveCatchupRate  => ' defined $cur->{seconds_behind_master} && defined $pre->{seconds_behind_master} && $cur->{seconds_behind_master} < $pre->{seconds_behind_master} ? ($pre->{seconds_behind_master}-$cur->{seconds_behind_master})/($cur->{Uptime_hires}-$pre->{Uptime_hires}) : 0',
+   QcacheHitRatio    => q{(Qcache_hits||0)/(((Com_select||0)+(Qcache_hits||0))||1)},
+);
+
+# ###########################################################################
+# Column definitions {{{3
+# Defines every column in every table. A named column has the following
+# properties:
+#    * hdr    Column header/title
+#    * label  Documentation for humans.
+#    * num    Whether it's numeric (for sorting).
+#    * just   Alignment; generated from num, user-overridable in tbl_meta
+#    * minw, maxw Auto-generated, user-overridable.
+# Values from this hash are just copied to tbl_meta, which is where everything
+# else in the program should read from.
+# ###########################################################################
+
+my %columns = (
+   active_secs                 => { hdr => 'SecsActive',          num => 1, label => 'Seconds transaction has been active', },
+   add_pool_alloc              => { hdr => 'Add\'l Pool',         num => 1, label => 'Additonal pool allocated' },
+   attempted_op                => { hdr => 'Action',              num => 0, label => 'The action that caused the error' },
+   awe_mem_alloc               => { hdr => 'AWE Memory',          num => 1, label => '[Windows] AWE memory allocated' },
+   binlog_cache_overflow       => { hdr => 'Binlog Cache',        num => 1, label => 'Transactions too big for binlog cache that went to disk' },
+   binlog_do_db                => { hdr => 'Binlog Do DB',        num => 0, label => 'binlog-do-db setting' },
+   binlog_ignore_db            => { hdr => 'Binlog Ignore DB',    num => 0, label => 'binlog-ignore-db setting' },
+   bps_in                      => { hdr => 'BpsIn',               num => 1, label => 'Bytes per second received by the server', },
+   bps_out                     => { hdr => 'BpsOut',              num => 1, label => 'Bytes per second sent by the server', },
+   buf_free                    => { hdr => 'Free Bufs',           num => 1, label => 'Buffers free in the buffer pool' },
+   buf_pool_hit_rate           => { hdr => 'Hit Rate',            num => 0, label => 'Buffer pool hit rate' },
+   buf_pool_hits               => { hdr => 'Hits',                num => 1, label => 'Buffer pool hits' },
+   buf_pool_reads              => { hdr => 'Reads',               num => 1, label => 'Buffer pool reads' },
+   buf_pool_size               => { hdr => 'Size',                num => 1, label => 'Buffer pool size' },
+   bufs_in_node_heap           => { hdr => 'Node Heap Bufs',      num => 1, label => 'Buffers in buffer pool node heap' },
+   bytes_behind_master         => { hdr => 'ByteLag',             num => 1, label => 'Bytes the slave lags the master in binlog' },
+   cell_event_set              => { hdr => 'Ending?',             num => 1, label => 'Whether the cell event is set' },
+   cell_waiting                => { hdr => 'Waiting?',            num => 1, label => 'Whether the cell is waiting' },
+   child_db                    => { hdr => 'Child DB',            num => 0, label => 'The database of the child table' },
+   child_index                 => { hdr => 'Child Index',         num => 0, label => 'The index in the child table' },
+   child_table                 => { hdr => 'Child Table',         num => 0, label => 'The child table' },
+   cmd                         => { hdr => 'Cmd',                 num => 0, label => 'Type of command being executed', },
+   cnt                         => { hdr => 'Cnt',                 num => 0, label => 'Count', agg => 'count', aggonly => 1 },
+   connect_retry               => { hdr => 'Connect Retry',       num => 1, label => 'Slave connect-retry timeout' },
+   cxn                         => { hdr => 'CXN',                 num => 0, label => 'Connection from which the data came', },
+   db                          => { hdr => 'DB',                  num => 0, label => 'Current database', },
+   dict_mem_alloc              => { hdr => 'Dict Mem',            num => 1, label => 'Dictionary memory allocated' },
+   dirty_bufs                  => { hdr => 'Dirty Buf',           num => 1, label => 'Dirty buffer pool pages' },
+   dl_txn_num                  => { hdr => 'Num',                 num => 0, label => 'Deadlocked transaction number', },
+   event_set                   => { hdr => 'Evt Set?',            num => 1, label => '[Win32] if a wait event is set', },
+   exec_master_log_pos         => { hdr => 'Exec Master Log Pos', num => 1, label => 'Exec Master Log Position' },
+   fk_name                     => { hdr => 'Constraint',          num => 0, label => 'The name of the FK constraint' },
+   free_list_len               => { hdr => 'Free List Len',       num => 1, label => 'Length of the free list' },
+   has_read_view               => { hdr => 'Rd View',             num => 1, label => 'Whether the transaction has a read view' },
+   hash_searches_s             => { hdr => 'Hash/Sec',            num => 1, label => 'Number of hash searches/sec' },
+   hash_table_size             => { hdr => 'Size',                num => 1, label => 'Number of non-hash searches/sec' },
+   heap_no                     => { hdr => 'Heap',                num => 1, label => 'Heap number' },
+   heap_size                   => { hdr => 'Heap',                num => 1, label => 'Heap size' },
+   history_list_len            => { hdr => 'History',             num => 1, label => 'History list length' },
+   host_and_domain             => { hdr => 'Host',                num => 0, label => 'Hostname/IP and domain' },
+   host_and_port               => { hdr => 'Host/IP',             num => 0, label => 'Hostname or IP address, and port number', },
+   hostname                    => { hdr => 'Host',                num => 0, label => 'Hostname' },
+   index                       => { hdr => 'Index',               num => 0, label => 'The index involved' },
+   index_ref                   => { hdr => 'Index Ref',           num => 0, label => 'Index referenced' },
+   info                        => { hdr => 'Query',               num => 0, label => 'Info or the current query', },
+   insert_intention            => { hdr => 'Ins Intent',          num => 1, label => 'Whether the thread was trying to insert' },
+   inserts                     => { hdr => 'Inserts',             num => 1, label => 'Inserts' },
+   io_bytes_s                  => { hdr => 'Bytes/Sec',           num => 1, label => 'Average I/O bytes/sec' },
+   io_flush_type               => { hdr => 'Flush Type',          num => 0, label => 'I/O Flush Type' },
+   io_fsyncs_s                 => { hdr => 'fsyncs/sec',          num => 1, label => 'I/O fsyncs/sec' },
+   io_reads_s                  => { hdr => 'Reads/Sec',           num => 1, label => 'Average I/O reads/sec' },
+   io_writes_s                 => { hdr => 'Writes/Sec',          num => 1, label => 'Average I/O writes/sec' },
+   ip                          => { hdr => 'IP',                  num => 0, label => 'IP address' },
+   is_name_locked              => { hdr => 'Locked',              num => 1, label => 'Whether table is name locked', },
+   key_buffer_hit              => { hdr => 'KCacheHit',           num => 1, label => 'Key cache hit ratio', },
+   key_len                     => { hdr => 'Key Length',          num => 1, label => 'Number of bytes used in the key' },
+   last_chkp                   => { hdr => 'Last Checkpoint',     num => 0, label => 'Last log checkpoint' },
+   last_errno                  => { hdr => 'Last Errno',          num => 1, label => 'Last error number' },
+   last_error                  => { hdr => 'Last Error',          num => 0, label => 'Last error' },
+   last_s_file_name            => { hdr => 'S-File',              num => 0, label => 'Filename where last read locked' },
+   last_s_line                 => { hdr => 'S-Line',              num => 1, label => 'Line where last read locked' },
+   last_x_file_name            => { hdr => 'X-File',              num => 0, label => 'Filename where last write locked' },
+   last_x_line                 => { hdr => 'X-Line',              num => 1, label => 'Line where last write locked' },
+   last_pct                    => { hdr => 'Pct',                 num => 1, label => 'Last Percentage' },
+   last_total                  => { hdr => 'Last Total',          num => 1, label => 'Last Total' },
+   last_value                  => { hdr => 'Last Incr',           num => 1, label => 'Last Value' },
+   load                        => { hdr => 'Load',                num => 1, label => 'Server load' },
+   lock_cfile_name             => { hdr => 'Crtd File',           num => 0, label => 'Filename where lock created' },
+   lock_cline                  => { hdr => 'Crtd Line',           num => 1, label => 'Line where lock created' },
+   lock_mem_addr               => { hdr => 'Addr',                num => 0, label => 'The lock memory address' },
+   lock_mode                   => { hdr => 'Mode',                num => 0, label => 'The lock mode' },
+   lock_structs                => { hdr => 'LStrcts',             num => 1, label => 'Number of lock structs' },
+   lock_type                   => { hdr => 'Type',                num => 0, label => 'The lock type' },
+   lock_var                    => { hdr => 'Lck Var',             num => 1, label => 'The lock variable' },
+   lock_wait_time              => { hdr => 'Wait',                num => 1, label => 'How long txn has waited for a lock' },
+   log_flushed_to              => { hdr => 'Flushed To',          num => 0, label => 'Log position flushed to' },
+   log_ios_done                => { hdr => 'IO Done',             num => 1, label => 'Log I/Os done' },
+   log_ios_s                   => { hdr => 'IO/Sec',              num => 1, label => 'Average log I/Os per sec' },
+   log_seq_no                  => { hdr => 'Sequence No.',        num => 0, label => 'Log sequence number' },
+   main_thread_id              => { hdr => 'Main Thread ID',      num => 1, label => 'Main thread ID' },
+   main_thread_proc_no         => { hdr => 'Main Thread Proc',    num => 1, label => 'Main thread process number' },
+   main_thread_state           => { hdr => 'Main Thread State',   num => 0, label => 'Main thread state' },
+   master_file                 => { hdr => 'File',                num => 0, label => 'Master file' },
+   master_host                 => { hdr => 'Master',              num => 0, label => 'Master server hostname' },
+   master_log_file             => { hdr => 'Master Log File',     num => 0, label => 'Master log file' },
+   master_port                 => { hdr => 'Master Port',         num => 1, label => 'Master port' },
+   master_pos                  => { hdr => 'Position',            num => 1, label => 'Master position' },
+   master_ssl_allowed          => { hdr => 'Master SSL Allowed',  num => 0, label => 'Master SSL Allowed' },
+   master_ssl_ca_file          => { hdr => 'Master SSL CA File',  num => 0, label => 'Master SSL Cert Auth File' },
+   master_ssl_ca_path          => { hdr => 'Master SSL CA Path',  num => 0, label => 'Master SSL Cert Auth Path' },
+   master_ssl_cert             => { hdr => 'Master SSL Cert',     num => 0, label => 'Master SSL Cert' },
+   master_ssl_cipher           => { hdr => 'Master SSL Cipher',   num => 0, label => 'Master SSL Cipher' },
+   master_ssl_key              => { hdr => 'Master SSL Key',      num => 0, label => 'Master SSL Key' },
+   master_user                 => { hdr => 'Master User',         num => 0, label => 'Master username' },
+   max_txn                     => { hdr => 'MaxTxnTime',          num => 1, label => 'MaxTxn' },
+   merged_recs                 => { hdr => 'Merged Recs',         num => 1, label => 'Merged records' },
+   merges                      => { hdr => 'Merges',              num => 1, label => 'Merges' },
+   mutex_os_waits              => { hdr => 'Waits',               num => 1, label => 'Mutex OS Waits' },
+   mutex_spin_rounds           => { hdr => 'Rounds',              num => 1, label => 'Mutex Spin Rounds' },
+   mutex_spin_waits            => { hdr => 'Spins',               num => 1, label => 'Mutex Spin Waits' },
+   mysql_thread_id             => { hdr => 'ID',                  num => 1, label => 'MySQL connection (thread) ID', },
+   name                        => { hdr => 'Name',                num => 0, label => 'Variable Name' },
+   n_bits                      => { hdr => '# Bits',              num => 1, label => 'Number of bits' },
+   non_hash_searches_s         => { hdr => 'Non-Hash/Sec',        num => 1, label => 'Non-hash searches/sec' },
+   num_deletes                 => { hdr => 'Del',                 num => 1, label => 'Number of deletes' },
+   num_deletes_sec             => { hdr => 'Del/Sec',             num => 1, label => 'Number of deletes' },
+   num_inserts                 => { hdr => 'Ins',                 num => 1, label => 'Number of inserts' },
+   num_inserts_sec             => { hdr => 'Ins/Sec',             num => 1, label => 'Number of inserts' },
+   num_readers                 => { hdr => 'Readers',             num => 1, label => 'Number of readers' },
+   num_reads                   => { hdr => 'Read',                num => 1, label => 'Number of reads' },
+   num_reads_sec               => { hdr => 'Read/Sec',            num => 1, label => 'Number of reads' },
+   num_res_ext                 => { hdr => 'BTree Extents',       num => 1, label => 'Number of extents reserved for B-Tree' },
+   num_rows                    => { hdr => 'Row Count',           num => 1, label => 'Number of rows estimated to examine' },
+   num_times_open              => { hdr => 'In Use',              num => 1, label => '# times table is opened', },
+   num_txns                    => { hdr => 'Txns',                num => 1, label => 'Number of transactions' },
+   num_updates                 => { hdr => 'Upd',                 num => 1, label => 'Number of updates' },
+   num_updates_sec             => { hdr => 'Upd/Sec',             num => 1, label => 'Number of updates' },
+   os_file_reads               => { hdr => 'OS Reads',            num => 1, label => 'OS file reads' },
+   os_file_writes              => { hdr => 'OS Writes',           num => 1, label => 'OS file writes' },
+   os_fsyncs                   => { hdr => 'OS fsyncs',           num => 1, label => 'OS fsyncs' },
+   os_thread_id                => { hdr => 'OS Thread',           num => 1, label => 'The operating system thread ID' },
+   p_aio_writes                => { hdr => 'Async Wrt',           num => 1, label => 'Pending asynchronous I/O writes' },
+   p_buf_pool_flushes          => { hdr => 'Buffer Pool Flushes', num => 1, label => 'Pending buffer pool flushes' },
+   p_ibuf_aio_reads            => { hdr => 'IBuf Async Rds',      num => 1, label => 'Pending insert buffer asynch I/O reads' },
+   p_log_flushes               => { hdr => 'Log Flushes',         num => 1, label => 'Pending log flushes' },
+   p_log_ios                   => { hdr => 'Log I/Os',            num => 1, label => 'Pending log I/O operations' },
+   p_normal_aio_reads          => { hdr => 'Async Rds',           num => 1, label => 'Pending asynchronous I/O reads' },
+   p_preads                    => { hdr => 'preads',              num => 1, label => 'Pending p-reads' },
+   p_pwrites                   => { hdr => 'pwrites',             num => 1, label => 'Pending p-writes' },
+   p_sync_ios                  => { hdr => 'Sync I/Os',           num => 1, label => 'Pending synchronous I/O operations' },
+   page_creates_sec            => { hdr => 'Creates/Sec',         num => 1, label => 'Page creates/sec' },
+   page_no                     => { hdr => 'Page',                num => 1, label => 'Page number' },
+   page_reads_sec              => { hdr => 'Reads/Sec',           num => 1, label => 'Page reads per second' },
+   page_writes_sec             => { hdr => 'Writes/Sec',          num => 1, label => 'Page writes per second' },
+   pages_created               => { hdr => 'Created',             num => 1, label => 'Pages created' },
+   pages_modified              => { hdr => 'Dirty Pages',         num => 1, label => 'Pages modified (dirty)' },
+   pages_read                  => { hdr => 'Reads',               num => 1, label => 'Pages read' },
+   pages_total                 => { hdr => 'Pages',               num => 1, label => 'Pages total' },
+   pages_written               => { hdr => 'Writes',              num => 1, label => 'Pages written' },
+   parent_col                  => { hdr => 'Parent Column',       num => 0, label => 'The referred column in the parent table', },
+   parent_db                   => { hdr => 'Parent DB',           num => 0, label => 'The database of the parent table' },
+   parent_index                => { hdr => 'Parent Index',        num => 0, label => 'The referred index in the parent table' },
+   parent_table                => { hdr => 'Parent Table',        num => 0, label => 'The parent table' },
+   part_id                     => { hdr => 'Part ID',             num => 1, label => 'Sub-part ID of the query' },
+   partitions                  => { hdr => 'Partitions',          num => 0, label => 'Query partitions used' },
+   pct                         => { hdr => 'Pct',                 num => 1, label => 'Percentage' },
+   pending_chkp_writes         => { hdr => 'Chkpt Writes',        num => 1, label => 'Pending log checkpoint writes' },
+   pending_log_writes          => { hdr => 'Log Writes',          num => 1, label => 'Pending log writes' },
+   port                        => { hdr => 'Port',                num => 1, label => 'Client port number', },
+   possible_keys               => { hdr => 'Poss. Keys',          num => 0, label => 'Possible keys' },
+   proc_no                     => { hdr => 'Proc',                num => 1, label => 'Process number' },
+   q_cache_hit                 => { hdr => 'QCacheHit',           num => 1, label => 'Query cache hit ratio', },
+   qps                         => { hdr => 'QPS',                 num => 1, label => 'How many queries/sec', },
+   queries_in_queue            => { hdr => 'Queries Queued',      num => 1, label => 'Queries in queue' },
+   queries_inside              => { hdr => 'Queries Inside',      num => 1, label => 'Queries inside InnoDB' },
+   query_id                    => { hdr => 'Query ID',            num => 1, label => 'Query ID' },
+   query_status                => { hdr => 'Query Status',        num => 0, label => 'The query status' },
+   query_text                  => { hdr => 'Query Text',          num => 0, label => 'The query text' },
+   questions                   => { hdr => 'Questions',           num => 1, label => 'How many queries the server has gotten', },
+   read_master_log_pos         => { hdr => 'Read Master Pos',     num => 1, label => 'Read master log position' },
+   read_views_open             => { hdr => 'Rd Views',            num => 1, label => 'Number of read views open' },
+   reads_pending               => { hdr => 'Pending Reads',       num => 1, label => 'Reads pending' },
+   relay_log_file              => { hdr => 'Relay File',          num => 0, label => 'Relay log file' },
+   relay_log_pos               => { hdr => 'Relay Pos',           num => 1, label => 'Relay log position' },
+   relay_log_size              => { hdr => 'Relay Size',          num => 1, label => 'Relay log size' },
+   relay_master_log_file       => { hdr => 'Relay Master File',   num => 0, label => 'Relay master log file' },
+   replicate_do_db             => { hdr => 'Do DB',               num => 0, label => 'Replicate-do-db setting' },
+   replicate_do_table          => { hdr => 'Do Table',            num => 0, label => 'Replicate-do-table setting' },
+   replicate_ignore_db         => { hdr => 'Ignore DB',           num => 0, label => 'Replicate-ignore-db setting' },
+   replicate_ignore_table      => { hdr => 'Ignore Table',        num => 0, label => 'Replicate-do-table setting' },
+   replicate_wild_do_table     => { hdr => 'Wild Do Table',       num => 0, label => 'Replicate-wild-do-table setting' },
+   replicate_wild_ignore_table => { hdr => 'Wild Ignore Table',   num => 0, label => 'Replicate-wild-ignore-table setting' },
+   request_type                => { hdr => 'Type',                num => 0, label => 'Type of lock the thread waits for' },
+   reservation_count           => { hdr => 'ResCnt',              num => 1, label => 'Reservation Count' },
+   row_locks                   => { hdr => 'RLocks',              num => 1, label => 'Number of row locks' },
+   rw_excl_os_waits            => { hdr => 'RW Waits',            num => 1, label => 'R/W Excl. OS Waits' },
+   rw_excl_spins               => { hdr => 'RW Spins',            num => 1, label => 'R/W Excl. Spins' },
+   rw_shared_os_waits          => { hdr => 'Sh Waits',            num => 1, label => 'R/W Shared OS Waits' },
+   rw_shared_spins             => { hdr => 'Sh Spins',            num => 1, label => 'R/W Shared Spins' },
+   scan_type                   => { hdr => 'Type',                num => 0, label => 'Scan type in chosen' },
+   seg_size                    => { hdr => 'Seg. Size',           num => 1, label => 'Segment size' },
+   select_type                 => { hdr => 'Select Type',         num => 0, label => 'Type of select used' },
+   signal_count                => { hdr => 'Signals',             num => 1, label => 'Signal Count' },
+   size                        => { hdr => 'Size',                num => 1, label => 'Size of the tablespace' },
+   skip_counter                => { hdr => 'Skip Counter',        num => 1, label => 'Skip counter' },
+   slave_catchup_rate          => { hdr => 'Catchup',             num => 1, label => 'How fast the slave is catching up in the binlog' },
+   slave_io_running            => { hdr => 'Slave-IO',            num => 0, label => 'Whether the slave I/O thread is running' },
+   slave_io_state              => { hdr => 'Slave IO State',      num => 0, label => 'Slave I/O thread state' },
+   slave_open_temp_tables      => { hdr => 'Temp',                num => 1, label => 'Slave open temp tables' },
+   slave_sql_running           => { hdr => 'Slave-SQL',           num => 0, label => 'Whether the slave SQL thread is running' },
+   slow                        => { hdr => 'Slow',                num => 1, label => 'How many slow queries', },
+   space_id                    => { hdr => 'Space',               num => 1, label => 'Tablespace ID' },
+   special                     => { hdr => 'Special',             num => 0, label => 'Special/Other info' },
+   state                       => { hdr => 'State',               num => 0, label => 'Connection state', maxw => 18, },
+   tables_in_use               => { hdr => 'Tbl Used',            num => 1, label => 'Number of tables in use' },
+   tables_locked               => { hdr => 'Tbl Lck',             num => 1, label => 'Number of tables locked' },
+   tbl                         => { hdr => 'Table',               num => 0, label => 'Table', },
+   thread                      => { hdr => 'Thread',              num => 1, label => 'Thread number' },
+   thread_decl_inside          => { hdr => 'Thread Inside',       num => 0, label => 'What the thread is declared inside' },
+   thread_purpose              => { hdr => 'Purpose',             num => 0, label => "The thread's purpose" },
+   thread_status               => { hdr => 'Thread Status',       num => 0, label => 'The thread status' },
+   time                        => { hdr => 'Time',                num => 1, label => 'Time since the last event', },
+   time_behind_master          => { hdr => 'TimeLag',             num => 1, label => 'Time slave lags master' },
+   timestring                  => { hdr => 'Timestring',          num => 0, label => 'Time the event occurred' },
+   total                       => { hdr => 'Total',               num => 1, label => 'Total' },
+   total_mem_alloc             => { hdr => 'Memory',              num => 1, label => 'Total memory allocated' },
+   truncates                   => { hdr => 'Trunc',               num => 0, label => 'Whether the deadlock is truncating InnoDB status' },
+   txn_doesnt_see_ge           => { hdr => "Txn Won't See",       num => 0, label => 'Where txn read view is limited' },
+   txn_id                      => { hdr => 'ID',                  num => 0, label => 'Transaction ID' },
+   txn_sees_lt                 => { hdr => 'Txn Sees',            num => 1, label => 'Where txn read view is limited' },
+   txn_status                  => { hdr => 'Txn Status',          num => 0, label => 'Transaction status' },
+   txn_time_remain             => { hdr => 'Remaining',           num => 1, label => 'Time until txn rollback/commit completes' },
+   undo_log_entries            => { hdr => 'Undo',                num => 1, label => 'Number of undo log entries' },
+   undo_for                    => { hdr => 'Undo',                num => 0, label => 'Undo for' },
+   until_condition             => { hdr => 'Until Condition',     num => 0, label => 'Slave until condition' },
+   until_log_file              => { hdr => 'Until Log File',      num => 0, label => 'Slave until log file' },
+   until_log_pos               => { hdr => 'Until Log Pos',       num => 1, label => 'Slave until log position' },
+   used_cells                  => { hdr => 'Cells Used',          num => 1, label => 'Number of cells used' },
+   used_bufs                   => { hdr => 'Used Bufs',           num => 1, label => 'Number of buffer pool pages used' },
+   user                        => { hdr => 'User',                num => 0, label => 'Database username', },
+   value                       => { hdr => 'Value',               num => 1, label => 'Value' },
+   versions                    => { hdr => 'Versions',            num => 1, label => 'Number of InnoDB MVCC versions unpurged' },
+   victim                      => { hdr => 'Victim',              num => 0, label => 'Whether this txn was the deadlock victim' },
+   wait_array_size             => { hdr => 'Wait Array Size',     num => 1, label => 'Wait Array Size' },
+   wait_status                 => { hdr => 'Lock Status',         num => 0, label => 'Status of txn locks' },
+   waited_at_filename          => { hdr => 'File',                num => 0, label => 'Filename at which thread waits' },
+   waited_at_line              => { hdr => 'Line',                num => 1, label => 'Line at which thread waits' },
+   waiters_flag                => { hdr => 'Waiters',             num => 1, label => 'Waiters Flag' },
+   waiting                     => { hdr => 'Waiting',             num => 1, label => 'Whether lock is being waited for' },
+   when                        => { hdr => 'When',                num => 0, label => 'Time scale' },
+   writer_lock_mode            => { hdr => 'Wrtr Lck Mode',       num => 0, label => 'Writer lock mode' },
+   writer_thread               => { hdr => 'Wrtr Thread',         num => 1, label => 'Writer thread ID' },
+   writes_pending              => { hdr => 'Writes',              num => 1, label => 'Number of writes pending' },
+   writes_pending_flush_list   => { hdr => 'Flush List Writes',   num => 1, label => 'Number of flush list writes pending' },
+   writes_pending_lru          => { hdr => 'LRU Writes',          num => 1, label => 'Number of LRU writes pending' },
+   writes_pending_single_page  => { hdr => '1-Page Writes',       num => 1, label => 'Number of 1-page writes pending' },
+);
+
+# Apply a default property or three.  By default, columns are not width-constrained,
+# aligned left, and sorted alphabetically, not numerically.
+foreach my $col ( values %columns ) {
+   map { $col->{$_} ||= 0 } qw(num minw maxw);
+   $col->{just} = $col->{num} ? '' : '-';
+}
+
+# Filters {{{3
+# This hash defines every filter that can be applied to a table.  These
+# become part of tbl_meta as well.  Each filter is just an expression that
+# returns true or false.
+# Properties of each entry:
+#  * func:   the subroutine
+#  * name:   the name, repeated
+#  * user:   whether it's a user-defined filter (saved in config)
+#  * text:   text of the subroutine
+#  * note:   explanation
+my %filters = ();
+
+# These are pre-processed to live in %filters above, by compiling them.
+my %builtin_filters = (
+   hide_self => {
+      text => <<'      END',
+         return ( !$set->{info} || $set->{info} ne 'SHOW FULL PROCESSLIST' )
+             && ( !$set->{query_text}    || $set->{query_text} !~ m/INNODB STATUS$/ );
+      END
+      note => 'Removes the innotop processes from the list',
+      tbls => [qw(innodb_transactions processlist)],
+   },
+   hide_inactive => {
+      text => <<'      END',
+         return ( !defined($set->{txn_status}) || $set->{txn_status} ne 'not started' )
+             && ( !defined($set->{cmd})        || $set->{cmd} !~ m/Sleep|Binlog Dump/ )
+             && ( !defined($set->{info})       || $set->{info} =~ m/\S/               );
+      END
+      note => 'Removes processes which are not doing anything',
+      tbls => [qw(innodb_transactions processlist)],
+   },
+   hide_slave_io => {
+      text => <<'      END',
+         return !$set->{state} || $set->{state} !~ m/^(?:Waiting for master|Has read all relay)/;
+      END
+      note => 'Removes slave I/O threads from the list',
+      tbls => [qw(processlist slave_io_status)],
+   },
+   table_is_open => {
+      text => <<'      END',
+         return $set->{num_times_open} + $set->{is_name_locked};
+      END
+      note => 'Removes tables that are not in use or locked',
+      tbls => [qw(open_tables)],
+   },
+   cxn_is_master => {
+      text => <<'      END',
+         return $set->{master_file} ? 1 : 0;
+      END
+      note => 'Removes servers that are not masters',
+      tbls => [qw(master_status)],
+   },
+   cxn_is_slave => {
+      text => <<'      END',
+         return $set->{master_host} ? 1 : 0;
+      END
+      note => 'Removes servers that are not slaves',
+      tbls => [qw(slave_io_status slave_sql_status)],
+   },
+   thd_is_not_waiting => {
+      text => <<'      END',
+         return $set->{thread_status} !~ m#waiting for i/o request#;
+      END
+      note => 'Removes idle I/O threads',
+      tbls => [qw(io_threads)],
+   },
+);
+foreach my $key ( keys %builtin_filters ) {
+   my ( $sub, $err ) = compile_filter($builtin_filters{$key}->{text});
+   $filters{$key} = {
+      func => $sub,
+      text => $builtin_filters{$key}->{text},
+      user => 0,
+      name => $key, # useful for later
+      note => $builtin_filters{$key}->{note},
+      tbls => $builtin_filters{$key}->{tbls},
+   }
+}
+
+# Variable sets {{{3
+# Sets (arrayrefs) of variables that are used in S mode.  They are read/written to
+# the config file.
+my %var_sets = (
+   general => {
+      text => join(
+         ', ',
+         'set_precision(Questions/Uptime_hires) as QPS',
+         'set_precision(Com_commit/Uptime_hires) as Commit_PS',
+         'set_precision((Com_rollback||0)/(Com_commit||1)) as Rollback_Commit',
+         'set_precision(('
+            . join('+', map { "($_||0)" }
+               qw(Com_delete Com_delete_multi Com_insert Com_insert_select Com_replace
+                  Com_replace_select Com_select Com_update Com_update_multi))
+            . ')/(Com_commit||1)) as Write_Commit',
+         'set_precision((Com_select+(Qcache_hits||0))/(('
+            . join('+', map { "($_||0)" }
+               qw(Com_delete Com_delete_multi Com_insert Com_insert_select Com_replace
+                  Com_replace_select Com_select Com_update Com_update_multi))
+            . ')||1)) as R_W_Ratio',
+         'set_precision(Opened_tables/Uptime_hires) as Opens_PS',
+         'percent($cur->{Open_tables}/($cur->{table_cache})) as Table_Cache_Used',
+         'set_precision(Threads_created/Uptime_hires) as Threads_PS',
+         'percent($cur->{Threads_cached}/($cur->{thread_cache_size}||1)) as Thread_Cache_Used',
+         'percent($cur->{Max_used_connections}/($cur->{max_connections}||1)) as CXN_Used_Ever',
+         'percent($cur->{Threads_connected}/($cur->{max_connections}||1)) as CXN_Used_Now',
+      ),
+   },
+   commands => {
+      text => join(
+         ', ',
+         qw(Uptime Questions Com_delete Com_delete_multi Com_insert
+         Com_insert_select Com_replace Com_replace_select Com_select Com_update
+         Com_update_multi)
+      ),
+   },
+   query_status => {
+      text => join(
+         ',',
+         qw( Uptime Select_full_join Select_full_range_join Select_range
+         Select_range_check Select_scan Slow_queries Sort_merge_passes
+         Sort_range Sort_rows Sort_scan)
+      ),
+   },
+   innodb => {
+      text => join(
+         ',',
+         qw( Uptime Innodb_row_lock_current_waits Innodb_row_lock_time
+         Innodb_row_lock_time_avg Innodb_row_lock_time_max Innodb_row_lock_waits
+         Innodb_rows_deleted Innodb_rows_inserted Innodb_rows_read
+         Innodb_rows_updated)
+      ),
+   },
+   txn => {
+      text => join(
+         ',',
+         qw( Uptime Com_begin Com_commit Com_rollback Com_savepoint
+         Com_xa_commit Com_xa_end Com_xa_prepare Com_xa_recover Com_xa_rollback
+         Com_xa_start)
+      ),
+   },
+   key_cache => {
+      text => join(
+         ',',
+         qw( Uptime Key_blocks_not_flushed Key_blocks_unused Key_blocks_used
+         Key_read_requests Key_reads Key_write_requests Key_writes )
+      ),
+   },
+   query_cache => {
+      text => join(
+         ',',
+         "percent($exprs{QcacheHitRatio}) as Hit_Pct",
+         'set_precision((Qcache_hits||0)/(Qcache_inserts||1)) as Hit_Ins',
+         'set_precision((Qcache_lowmem_prunes||0)/Uptime_hires) as Lowmem_Prunes_sec',
+         'percent(1-((Qcache_free_blocks||0)/(Qcache_total_blocks||1))) as Blocks_used',
+         qw( Qcache_free_blocks Qcache_free_memory Qcache_not_cached Qcache_queries_in_cache)
+      ),
+   },
+   handler => {
+      text => join(
+         ',',
+         qw( Uptime Handler_read_key Handler_read_first Handler_read_next
+         Handler_read_prev Handler_read_rnd Handler_read_rnd_next Handler_delete
+         Handler_update Handler_write)
+      ),
+   },
+   cxns_files_threads => {
+      text => join(
+         ',',
+         qw( Uptime Aborted_clients Aborted_connects Bytes_received Bytes_sent
+         Compression Connections Created_tmp_disk_tables Created_tmp_files
+         Created_tmp_tables Max_used_connections Open_files Open_streams
+         Open_tables Opened_tables Table_locks_immediate Table_locks_waited
+         Threads_cached Threads_connected Threads_created Threads_running)
+      ),
+   },
+   prep_stmt => {
+      text => join(
+         ',',
+         qw( Uptime Com_dealloc_sql Com_execute_sql Com_prepare_sql Com_reset
+         Com_stmt_close Com_stmt_execute Com_stmt_fetch Com_stmt_prepare
+         Com_stmt_reset Com_stmt_send_long_data )
+      ),
+   },
+   innodb_health => {
+      text => join(
+         ',',
+         "$exprs{OldVersions} as OldVersions",
+         qw(IB_sm_mutex_spin_waits IB_sm_mutex_spin_rounds IB_sm_mutex_os_waits),
+         "$exprs{NumTxns} as NumTxns",
+         "$exprs{MaxTxnTime} as MaxTxnTime",
+         qw(IB_ro_queries_inside IB_ro_queries_in_queue),
+         "set_precision($exprs{DirtyBufs} * 100) as dirty_bufs",
+         "set_precision($exprs{BufPoolFill} * 100) as buf_fill",
+         qw(IB_bp_pages_total IB_bp_pages_read IB_bp_pages_written IB_bp_pages_created)
+      ),
+   },
+   innodb_health2 => {
+      text => join(
+         ', ',
+         'percent(1-((Innodb_buffer_pool_pages_free||0)/($cur->{Innodb_buffer_pool_pages_total}||1))) as BP_page_cache_usage',
+         'percent(1-((Innodb_buffer_pool_reads||0)/(Innodb_buffer_pool_read_requests||1))) as BP_cache_hit_ratio',
+         'Innodb_buffer_pool_wait_free',
+         'Innodb_log_waits',
+      ),
+   },
+   slow_queries => {
+      text => join(
+         ', ',
+         'set_precision(Slow_queries/Uptime_hires) as Slow_PS',
+         'set_precision(Select_full_join/Uptime_hires) as Full_Join_PS',
+         'percent(Select_full_join/(Com_select||1)) as Full_Join_Ratio',
+      ),
+   },
+);
+
+# Server sets {{{3
+# Defines sets of servers between which the user can quickly switch.
+my %server_groups;
+
+# Connections {{{3
+# This hash defines server connections.  Each connection is a string that can be passed to
+# the DBI connection.  These are saved in the connections section in the config file.
+my %connections;
+# Defines the parts of connections.
+my @conn_parts = qw(user have_user pass have_pass dsn savepass dl_table);
+
+# Graph widths {{{3
+# This hash defines the max values seen for various status/variable values, for graphing.
+# These are stored in their own section in the config file.  These are just initial values:
+my %mvs = (
+   Com_select   => 50,
+   Com_insert   => 50,
+   Com_update   => 50,
+   Com_delete   => 50,
+   Questions    => 100,
+);
+
+# ###########################################################################
+# Valid Term::ANSIColor color strings.
+# ###########################################################################
+my %ansicolors = map { $_ => 1 }
+   qw( black blink blue bold clear concealed cyan dark green magenta on_black
+       on_blue on_cyan on_green on_magenta on_red on_white on_yellow red reset
+       reverse underline underscore white yellow);
+
+# ###########################################################################
+# Valid comparison operators for color rules
+# ###########################################################################
+my %comp_ops = (
+   '==' => 'Numeric equality',
+   '>'  => 'Numeric greater-than',
+   '<'  => 'Numeric less-than',
+   '>=' => 'Numeric greater-than/equal',
+   '<=' => 'Numeric less-than/equal',
+   '!=' => 'Numeric not-equal',
+   'eq' => 'String equality',
+   'gt' => 'String greater-than',
+   'lt' => 'String less-than',
+   'ge' => 'String greater-than/equal',
+   'le' => 'String less-than/equal',
+   'ne' => 'String not-equal',
+   '=~' => 'Pattern match',
+   '!~' => 'Negated pattern match',
+);
+
+# ###########################################################################
+# Valid aggregate functions.
+# ###########################################################################
+my %agg_funcs = (
+   first => sub {
+      return $_[0]
+   },
+   count => sub {
+      return 0 + @_;
+   },
+   avg   => sub {
+      my @args = grep { defined $_ } @_;
+      return (sum(map { m/([\d\.-]+)/g } @args) || 0) / (scalar(@args) || 1);
+   },
+   sum   => \&sum,
+);
+
+# ###########################################################################
+# Valid functions for transformations.
+# ###########################################################################
+my %trans_funcs = (
+   shorten      => \&shorten,
+   secs_to_time => \&secs_to_time,
+   no_ctrl_char => \&no_ctrl_char,
+   percent      => \&percent,
+   commify      => \&commify,
+   dulint_to_int => \&dulint_to_int,
+   set_precision => \&set_precision,
+);
+
+# Table definitions {{{3
+# This hash defines every table that can get displayed in every mode.  Each
+# table specifies columns and column data sources.  The column is
+# defined by the %columns hash.
+#
+# Example: foo => { src => 'bar' } means the foo column (look at
+# $columns{foo} for its definition) gets its data from the 'bar' element of
+# the current data set, whatever that is.
+#
+# These columns are post-processed after being defined, because they get stuff
+# from %columns.  After all the config is loaded for columns, there's more
+# post-processing too; the subroutines compiled from src get added to
+# the hash elements for extract_values to use.
+# ###########################################################################
+
+my %tbl_meta = (
+   adaptive_hash_index => {
+      capt => 'Adaptive Hash Index',
+      cust => {},
+      cols => {
+         cxn                 => { src => 'cxn' },
+         hash_table_size     => { src => 'IB_ib_hash_table_size', trans => [qw(shorten)], },
+         used_cells          => { src => 'IB_ib_used_cells' },
+         bufs_in_node_heap   => { src => 'IB_ib_bufs_in_node_heap' },
+         hash_searches_s     => { src => 'IB_ib_hash_searches_s' },
+         non_hash_searches_s => { src => 'IB_ib_non_hash_searches_s' },
+      },
+      visible => [ qw(cxn hash_table_size used_cells bufs_in_node_heap hash_searches_s non_hash_searches_s) ],
+      filters => [],
+      sort_cols => 'cxn',
+      sort_dir => '1',
+      innodb   => 'ib',
+      group_by => [],
+      aggregate => 0,
+   },
+   buffer_pool => {
+      capt => 'Buffer Pool',
+      cust => {},
+      cols => {
+         cxn                        => { src => 'cxn' },
+         total_mem_alloc            => { src => 'IB_bp_total_mem_alloc', trans => [qw(shorten)], },
+         awe_mem_alloc              => { src => 'IB_bp_awe_mem_alloc', trans => [qw(shorten)], },
+         add_pool_alloc             => { src => 'IB_bp_add_pool_alloc', trans => [qw(shorten)], },
+         buf_pool_size              => { src => 'IB_bp_buf_pool_size', trans => [qw(shorten)], },
+         buf_free                   => { src => 'IB_bp_buf_free' },
+         buf_pool_hit_rate          => { src => 'IB_bp_buf_pool_hit_rate' },
+         buf_pool_reads             => { src => 'IB_bp_buf_pool_reads' },
+         buf_pool_hits              => { src => 'IB_bp_buf_pool_hits' },
+         dict_mem_alloc             => { src => 'IB_bp_dict_mem_alloc' },
+         pages_total                => { src => 'IB_bp_pages_total' },
+         pages_modified             => { src => 'IB_bp_pages_modified' },
+         reads_pending              => { src => 'IB_bp_reads_pending' },
+         writes_pending             => { src => 'IB_bp_writes_pending' },
+         writes_pending_lru         => { src => 'IB_bp_writes_pending_lru' },
+         writes_pending_flush_list  => { src => 'IB_bp_writes_pending_flush_list' },
+         writes_pending_single_page => { src => 'IB_bp_writes_pending_single_page' },
+         page_creates_sec           => { src => 'IB_bp_page_creates_sec' },
+         page_reads_sec             => { src => 'IB_bp_page_reads_sec' },
+         page_writes_sec            => { src => 'IB_bp_page_writes_sec' },
+         pages_created              => { src => 'IB_bp_pages_created' },
+         pages_read                 => { src => 'IB_bp_pages_read' },
+         pages_written              => { src => 'IB_bp_pages_written' },
+      },
+      visible => [ qw(cxn buf_pool_size buf_free pages_total pages_modified buf_pool_hit_rate total_mem_alloc add_pool_alloc)],
+      filters => [],
+      sort_cols => 'cxn',
+      sort_dir => '1',
+      innodb   => 'bp',
+      group_by => [],
+      aggregate => 0,
+   },
+   # TODO: a new step in set_to_tbl: join result to itself, grouped?
+   # TODO: this would also enable pulling Q and T data together.
+   # TODO: using a SQL-ish language would also allow pivots to be easier -- treat the pivoted data as a view and SELECT from it.
+   cmd_summary => {
+      capt => 'Command Summary',
+      cust => {},
+      cols => {
+         name       => { src => 'name' },
+         total      => { src => 'total' },
+         value      => { src => 'value',                     agg   => 'sum'},
+         pct        => { src => 'value/total',               trans => [qw(percent)] },
+         last_total => { src => 'last_total' },
+         last_value => { src => 'last_value',                agg   => 'sum'},
+         last_pct   => { src => 'last_value/last_total',     trans => [qw(percent)] },
+      },
+      visible   => [qw(name value pct last_value last_pct)],
+      filters   => [qw()],
+      sort_cols => '-value',
+      sort_dir  => '1',
+      innodb    => '',
+      group_by  => [qw(name)],
+      aggregate => 1,
+   },
+   deadlock_locks => {
+      capt => 'Deadlock Locks',
+      cust => {},
+      cols => {
+         cxn              => { src => 'cxn' },
+         mysql_thread_id  => { src => 'mysql_thread_id' },
+         dl_txn_num       => { src => 'dl_txn_num' },
+         lock_type        => { src => 'lock_type' },
+         space_id         => { src => 'space_id' },
+         page_no          => { src => 'page_no' },
+         heap_no          => { src => 'heap_no' },
+         n_bits           => { src => 'n_bits' },
+         index            => { src => 'index' },
+         db               => { src => 'db' },
+         tbl              => { src => 'table' },
+         lock_mode        => { src => 'lock_mode' },
+         special          => { src => 'special' },
+         insert_intention => { src => 'insert_intention' },
+         waiting          => { src => 'waiting' },
+      },
+      visible => [ qw(cxn mysql_thread_id waiting lock_mode db tbl index special insert_intention)],
+      filters => [],
+      sort_cols => 'cxn mysql_thread_id',
+      sort_dir => '1',
+      innodb   => 'dl',
+      group_by => [],
+      aggregate => 0,
+   },
+   deadlock_transactions => {
+      capt => 'Deadlock Transactions',
+      cust => {},
+      cols => {
+         cxn                => { src => 'cxn' },
+         active_secs        => { src => 'active_secs' },
+         dl_txn_num         => { src => 'dl_txn_num' },
+         has_read_view      => { src => 'has_read_view' },
+         heap_size          => { src => 'heap_size' },
+         host_and_domain    => { src => 'hostname' },
+         hostname           => { src => $exprs{Host} },
+         ip                 => { src => 'ip' },
+         lock_structs       => { src => 'lock_structs' },
+         lock_wait_time     => { src => 'lock_wait_time', trans => [ qw(secs_to_time) ] },
+         mysql_thread_id    => { src => 'mysql_thread_id' },
+         os_thread_id       => { src => 'os_thread_id' },
+         proc_no            => { src => 'proc_no' },
+         query_id           => { src => 'query_id' },
+         query_status       => { src => 'query_status' },
+         query_text         => { src => 'query_text', trans => [ qw(no_ctrl_char) ] },
+         row_locks          => { src => 'row_locks' },
+         tables_in_use      => { src => 'tables_in_use' },
+         tables_locked      => { src => 'tables_locked' },
+         thread_decl_inside => { src => 'thread_decl_inside' },
+         thread_status      => { src => 'thread_status' },
+         'time'             => { src => 'active_secs', trans => [ qw(secs_to_time) ] },
+         timestring         => { src => 'timestring' },
+         txn_doesnt_see_ge  => { src => 'txn_doesnt_see_ge' },
+         txn_id             => { src => 'txn_id' },
+         txn_sees_lt        => { src => 'txn_sees_lt' },
+         txn_status         => { src => 'txn_status' },
+         truncates          => { src => 'truncates' },
+         undo_log_entries   => { src => 'undo_log_entries' },
+         user               => { src => 'user' },
+         victim             => { src => 'victim' },
+         wait_status        => { src => 'lock_wait_status' },
+      },
+      visible => [ qw(cxn mysql_thread_id timestring user hostname victim time undo_log_entries lock_structs query_text)],
+      filters => [],
+      sort_cols => 'cxn mysql_thread_id',
+      sort_dir => '1',
+      innodb   => 'dl',
+      group_by => [],
+      aggregate => 0,
+   },
+   explain => {
+      capt => 'EXPLAIN Results',
+      cust => {},
+      cols => {
+         part_id       => { src => 'id' },
+         select_type   => { src => 'select_type' },
+         tbl           => { src => 'table' },
+         partitions    => { src => 'partitions' },
+         scan_type     => { src => 'type' },
+         possible_keys => { src => 'possible_keys' },
+         index         => { src => 'key' },
+         key_len       => { src => 'key_len' },
+         index_ref     => { src => 'ref' },
+         num_rows      => { src => 'rows' },
+         special       => { src => 'extra' },
+      },
+      visible => [ qw(select_type tbl partitions scan_type possible_keys index key_len index_ref num_rows special)],
+      filters => [],
+      sort_cols => '',
+      sort_dir => '1',
+      innodb   => '',
+      group_by => [],
+      aggregate => 0,
+   },
+   file_io_misc => {
+      capt => 'File I/O Misc',
+      cust => {},
+      cols => {
+         cxn            => { src => 'cxn' },
+         io_bytes_s     => { src => 'IB_io_avg_bytes_s' },
+         io_flush_type  => { src => 'IB_io_flush_type' },
+         io_fsyncs_s    => { src => 'IB_io_fsyncs_s' },
+         io_reads_s     => { src => 'IB_io_reads_s' },
+         io_writes_s    => { src => 'IB_io_writes_s' },
+         os_file_reads  => { src => 'IB_io_os_file_reads' },
+         os_file_writes => { src => 'IB_io_os_file_writes' },
+         os_fsyncs      => { src => 'IB_io_os_fsyncs' },
+      },
+      visible => [ qw(cxn os_file_reads os_file_writes os_fsyncs io_reads_s io_writes_s io_bytes_s)],
+      filters => [],
+      sort_cols => 'cxn',
+      sort_dir => '1',
+      innodb   => 'io',
+      group_by => [],
+      aggregate => 0,
+   },
+   fk_error => {
+      capt => 'Foreign Key Error Info',
+      cust => {},
+      cols => {
+         timestring   => { src => 'IB_fk_timestring' },
+         child_db     => { src => 'IB_fk_child_db' },
+         child_table  => { src => 'IB_fk_child_table' },
+         child_index  => { src => 'IB_fk_child_index' },
+         fk_name      => { src => 'IB_fk_fk_name' },
+         parent_db    => { src => 'IB_fk_parent_db' },
+         parent_table => { src => 'IB_fk_parent_table' },
+         parent_col   => { src => 'IB_fk_parent_col' },
+         parent_index => { src => 'IB_fk_parent_index' },
+         attempted_op => { src => 'IB_fk_attempted_op' },
+      },
+      visible => [ qw(timestring child_db child_table child_index parent_db parent_table parent_col parent_index fk_name attempted_op)],
+      filters => [],
+      sort_cols => '',
+      sort_dir => '1',
+      innodb   => 'fk',
+      group_by => [],
+      aggregate => 0,
+   },
+   insert_buffers => {
+      capt => 'Insert Buffers',
+      cust => {},
+      cols => {
+         cxn           => { src => 'cxn' },
+         inserts       => { src => 'IB_ib_inserts' },
+         merged_recs   => { src => 'IB_ib_merged_recs' },
+         merges        => { src => 'IB_ib_merges' },
+         size          => { src => 'IB_ib_size' },
+         free_list_len => { src => 'IB_ib_free_list_len' },
+         seg_size      => { src => 'IB_ib_seg_size' },
+      },
+      visible => [ qw(cxn inserts merged_recs merges size free_list_len seg_size)],
+      filters => [],
+      sort_cols => 'cxn',
+      sort_dir => '1',
+      innodb   => 'ib',
+      group_by => [],
+      aggregate => 0,
+   },
+   innodb_locks  => {
+      capt => 'InnoDB Locks',
+      cust => {},
+      cols => {
+         cxn              => { src => 'cxn' },
+         db               => { src => 'db' },
+         index            => { src => 'index' },
+         insert_intention => { src => 'insert_intention' },
+         lock_mode        => { src => 'lock_mode' },
+         lock_type        => { src => 'lock_type' },
+         lock_wait_time   => { src => 'lock_wait_time', trans => [ qw(secs_to_time) ] },
+         mysql_thread_id  => { src => 'mysql_thread_id' },
+         n_bits           => { src => 'n_bits' },
+         page_no          => { src => 'page_no' },
+         space_id         => { src => 'space_id' },
+         special          => { src => 'special' },
+         tbl              => { src => 'table' },
+         'time'           => { src => 'active_secs', hdr => 'Active', trans => [ qw(secs_to_time) ] },
+         txn_id           => { src => 'txn_id' },
+         waiting          => { src => 'waiting' },
+      },
+      visible => [ qw(cxn mysql_thread_id lock_type waiting lock_wait_time time lock_mode db tbl index insert_intention special)],
+      filters => [],
+      sort_cols => 'cxn -lock_wait_time',
+      sort_dir => '1',
+      innodb   => 'tx',
+      colors   => [
+         { col => 'lock_wait_time', op => '>',  arg => 60, color => 'red' },
+         { col => 'lock_wait_time', op => '>',  arg => 30, color => 'yellow' },
+         { col => 'lock_wait_time', op => '>',  arg => 10, color => 'green' },
+      ],
+      group_by => [],
+      aggregate => 0,
+   },
+   innodb_transactions => {
+      capt => 'InnoDB Transactions',
+      cust => {},
+      cols => {
+         cxn                => { src => 'cxn' },
+         active_secs        => { src => 'active_secs' },
+         has_read_view      => { src => 'has_read_view' },
+         heap_size          => { src => 'heap_size' },
+         hostname           => { src => $exprs{Host} },
+         ip                 => { src => 'ip' },
+         wait_status        => { src => 'lock_wait_status' },
+         lock_wait_time     => { src => 'lock_wait_time',      trans => [ qw(secs_to_time) ] },
+         lock_structs       => { src => 'lock_structs' },
+         mysql_thread_id    => { src => 'mysql_thread_id' },
+         os_thread_id       => { src => 'os_thread_id' },
+         proc_no            => { src => 'proc_no' },
+         query_id           => { src => 'query_id' },
+         query_status       => { src => 'query_status' },
+         query_text         => { src => 'query_text',          trans => [ qw(no_ctrl_char) ] },
+         txn_time_remain    => { src => $exprs{TxnTimeRemain}, trans => [ qw(secs_to_time) ] },
+         row_locks          => { src => 'row_locks' },
+         tables_in_use      => { src => 'tables_in_use' },
+         tables_locked      => { src => 'tables_locked' },
+         thread_decl_inside => { src => 'thread_decl_inside' },
+         thread_status      => { src => 'thread_status' },
+         'time'             => { src => 'active_secs',         trans => [ qw(secs_to_time) ], agg => 'sum' },
+         txn_doesnt_see_ge  => { src => 'txn_doesnt_see_ge' },
+         txn_id             => { src => 'txn_id' },
+         txn_sees_lt        => { src => 'txn_sees_lt' },
+         txn_status         => { src => 'txn_status',          minw => 10, maxw => 10 },
+         undo_log_entries   => { src => 'undo_log_entries' },
+         user               => { src => 'user',                maxw => 10 },
+         cnt                => { src => 'mysql_thread_id',     minw => 0 },
+      },
+      visible => [ qw(cxn cnt mysql_thread_id user hostname txn_status time undo_log_entries query_text)],
+      filters => [ qw( hide_self hide_inactive ) ],
+      sort_cols => '-active_secs txn_status cxn mysql_thread_id',
+      sort_dir => '1',
+      innodb   => 'tx',
+      hide_caption => 1,
+      colors   => [
+         { col => 'wait_status', op => 'eq', arg => 'LOCK WAIT',   color => 'black on_red' },
+         { col => 'time',        op => '>',  arg => 600,           color => 'red' },
+         { col => 'time',        op => '>',  arg => 300,           color => 'yellow' },
+         { col => 'time',        op => '>',  arg => 60,            color => 'green' },
+         { col => 'time',        op => '>',  arg => 30,            color => 'cyan' },
+         { col => 'txn_status',  op => 'eq', arg => 'not started', color => 'white' },
+      ],
+      group_by => [ qw(cxn txn_status) ],
+      aggregate => 0,
+   },
+   io_threads => {
+      capt => 'I/O Threads',
+      cust => {},
+      cols => {
+         cxn            => { src => 'cxn' },
+         thread         => { src => 'thread' },
+         thread_purpose => { src => 'purpose' },
+         event_set      => { src => 'event_set' },
+         thread_status  => { src => 'state' },
+      },
+      visible => [ qw(cxn thread thread_purpose thread_status)],
+      filters => [ qw() ],
+      sort_cols => 'cxn thread',
+      sort_dir => '1',
+      innodb   => 'io',
+      group_by => [],
+      aggregate => 0,
+   },
+   log_statistics => {
+      capt => 'Log Statistics',
+      cust => {},
+      cols => {
+         cxn                 => { src => 'cxn' },
+         last_chkp           => { src => 'IB_lg_last_chkp' },
+         log_flushed_to      => { src => 'IB_lg_log_flushed_to' },
+         log_ios_done        => { src => 'IB_lg_log_ios_done' },
+         log_ios_s           => { src => 'IB_lg_log_ios_s' },
+         log_seq_no          => { src => 'IB_lg_log_seq_no' },
+         pending_chkp_writes => { src => 'IB_lg_pending_chkp_writes' },
+         pending_log_writes  => { src => 'IB_lg_pending_log_writes' },
+      },
+      visible => [ qw(cxn log_seq_no log_flushed_to last_chkp log_ios_done log_ios_s)],
+      filters => [],
+      sort_cols => 'cxn',
+      sort_dir => '1',
+      innodb   => 'lg',
+      group_by => [],
+      aggregate => 0,
+   },
+   master_status => {
+      capt => 'Master Status',
+      cust => {},
+      cols => {
+         cxn                         => { src => 'cxn' },
+         binlog_do_db                => { src => 'binlog_do_db' },
+         binlog_ignore_db            => { src => 'binlog_ignore_db' },
+         master_file                 => { src => 'file' },
+         master_pos                  => { src => 'position' },
+         binlog_cache_overflow       => { src => '(Binlog_cache_disk_use||0)/(Binlog_cache_use||1)', trans => [ qw(percent) ] },
+      },
+      visible => [ qw(cxn master_file master_pos binlog_cache_overflow)],
+      filters => [ qw(cxn_is_master) ],
+      sort_cols => 'cxn',
+      sort_dir => '1',
+      innodb   => '',
+      group_by => [],
+      aggregate => 0,
+   },
+   pending_io => {
+      capt => 'Pending I/O',
+      cust => {},
+      cols => {
+         cxn                => { src => 'cxn' },
+         p_normal_aio_reads => { src => 'IB_io_pending_normal_aio_reads' },
+         p_aio_writes       => { src => 'IB_io_pending_aio_writes' },
+         p_ibuf_aio_reads   => { src => 'IB_io_pending_ibuf_aio_reads' },
+         p_sync_ios         => { src => 'IB_io_pending_sync_ios' },
+         p_buf_pool_flushes => { src => 'IB_io_pending_buffer_pool_flushes' },
+         p_log_flushes      => { src => 'IB_io_pending_log_flushes' },
+         p_log_ios          => { src => 'IB_io_pending_log_ios' },
+         p_preads           => { src => 'IB_io_pending_preads' },
+         p_pwrites          => { src => 'IB_io_pending_pwrites' },
+      },
+      visible => [ qw(cxn p_normal_aio_reads p_aio_writes p_ibuf_aio_reads p_sync_ios p_log_flushes p_log_ios)],
+      filters => [],
+      sort_cols => 'cxn',
+      sort_dir => '1',
+      innodb   => 'io',
+      group_by => [],
+      aggregate => 0,
+   },
+   open_tables => {
+      capt => 'Open Tables',
+      cust => {},
+      cols => {
+         cxn            => { src => 'cxn' },
+         db             => { src => 'database' },
+         tbl            => { src => 'table' },
+         num_times_open => { src => 'in_use' },
+         is_name_locked => { src => 'name_locked' },
+      },
+      visible => [ qw(cxn db tbl num_times_open is_name_locked)],
+      filters => [ qw(table_is_open) ],
+      sort_cols => '-num_times_open cxn db tbl',
+      sort_dir => '1',
+      innodb   => '',
+      group_by => [],
+      aggregate => 0,
+   },
+   page_statistics => {
+      capt => 'Page Statistics',
+      cust => {},
+      cols => {
+         cxn              => { src => 'cxn' },
+         pages_read       => { src => 'IB_bp_pages_read' },
+         pages_written    => { src => 'IB_bp_pages_written' },
+         pages_created    => { src => 'IB_bp_pages_created' },
+         page_reads_sec   => { src => 'IB_bp_page_reads_sec' },
+         page_writes_sec  => { src => 'IB_bp_page_writes_sec' },
+         page_creates_sec => { src => 'IB_bp_page_creates_sec' },
+      },
+      visible => [ qw(cxn pages_read pages_written pages_created page_reads_sec page_writes_sec page_creates_sec)],
+      filters => [],
+      sort_cols => 'cxn',
+      sort_dir => '1',
+      innodb   => 'bp',
+      group_by => [],
+      aggregate => 0,
+   },
+   processlist => {
+      capt => 'MySQL Process List',
+      cust => {},
+      cols => {
+         cxn             => { src => 'cxn',        minw => 6,  maxw => 10 },
+         mysql_thread_id => { src => 'id',         minw => 6,  maxw => 0 },
+         user            => { src => 'user',       minw => 5,  maxw => 8 },
+         hostname        => { src => $exprs{Host}, minw => 13, maxw => 8, },
+         port            => { src => $exprs{Port}, minw => 0,  maxw => 0, },
+         host_and_port   => { src => 'host',       minw => 0,  maxw => 0 },
+         db              => { src => 'db',         minw => 6,  maxw => 12 },
+         cmd             => { src => 'command',    minw => 5,  maxw => 0 },
+         time            => { src => 'time',       minw => 5,  maxw => 0, trans => [ qw(secs_to_time) ], agg => 'sum' },
+         state           => { src => 'state',      minw => 0,  maxw => 0 },
+         info            => { src => 'info',       minw => 0,  maxw => 0, trans => [ qw(no_ctrl_char) ] },
+         cnt             => { src => 'id',         minw => 0,  maxw => 0 },
+      },
+      visible => [ qw(cxn cmd cnt mysql_thread_id user hostname db time info)],
+      filters => [ qw(hide_self hide_inactive hide_slave_io) ],
+      sort_cols => '-time cxn hostname mysql_thread_id',
+      sort_dir => '1',
+      innodb   => '',
+      hide_caption => 1,
+      colors   => [
+         { col => 'state',       op => 'eq', arg => 'Locked',      color => 'black on_red' },
+         { col => 'cmd',         op => 'eq', arg => 'Sleep',       color => 'white' },
+         { col => 'user',        op => 'eq', arg => 'system user', color => 'white' },
+         { col => 'cmd',         op => 'eq', arg => 'Connect',     color => 'white' },
+         { col => 'cmd',         op => 'eq', arg => 'Binlog Dump', color => 'white' },
+         { col => 'time',        op => '>',  arg => 600,           color => 'red' },
+         { col => 'time',        op => '>',  arg => 120,           color => 'yellow' },
+         { col => 'time',        op => '>',  arg => 60,            color => 'green' },
+         { col => 'time',        op => '>',  arg => 30,            color => 'cyan' },
+      ],
+      group_by => [qw(cxn cmd)],
+      aggregate => 0,
+   },
+
+   # TODO: some more columns:
+   # kb_used=hdr='BufUsed' minw='0' num='0' src='percent(1 - ((Key_blocks_unused * key_cache_block_size) / (key_buffer_size||1)))' dec='0' trans='' tbl='q_header' just='-' user='1' maxw='0' label='User-defined'
+   # retries=hdr='Retries' minw='0' num='0' src='Slave_retried_transactions' dec='0' trans='' tbl='slave_sql_status' just='-' user='1' maxw='0' label='User-defined'
+   # thd=hdr='Thd' minw='0' num='0' src='Threads_connected' dec='0' trans='' tbl='slave_sql_status' just='-' user='1' maxw='0' label='User-defined'
+
+   q_header => {
+      capt => 'Q-mode Header',
+      cust => {},
+      cols => {
+         cxn            => { src => 'cxn' },
+         questions      => { src => 'Questions' },
+         qps            => { src => 'Questions/Uptime_hires',               dec => 1, trans => [qw(shorten)] },
+         load           => { src => $exprs{ServerLoad},                     dec => 1, trans => [qw(shorten)] },
+         slow           => { src => 'Slow_queries',                         dec => 1, trans => [qw(shorten)] },
+         q_cache_hit    => { src => $exprs{QcacheHitRatio},                 dec => 1, trans => [qw(percent)] },
+         key_buffer_hit => { src => '1-(Key_reads/(Key_read_requests||1))', dec => 1, trans => [qw(percent)] },
+         bps_in         => { src => 'Bytes_received/Uptime_hires',          dec => 1, trans => [qw(shorten)] },
+         bps_out        => { src => 'Bytes_sent/Uptime_hires',              dec => 1, trans => [qw(shorten)] },
+         when           => { src => 'when' },
+      },
+      visible => [ qw(cxn when load qps slow q_cache_hit key_buffer_hit bps_in bps_out)],
+      filters => [],
+      sort_cols => 'when cxn',
+      sort_dir => '1',
+      innodb   => '',
+      hide_caption => 1,
+      group_by => [],
+      aggregate => 0,
+   },
+   row_operations => {
+      capt => 'InnoDB Row Operations',
+      cust => {},
+      cols => {
+         cxn         => { src => 'cxn' },
+         num_inserts => { src => 'IB_ro_num_rows_ins' },
+         num_updates => { src => 'IB_ro_num_rows_upd' },
+         num_reads   => { src => 'IB_ro_num_rows_read' },
+         num_deletes => { src => 'IB_ro_num_rows_del' },
+         num_inserts_sec => { src => 'IB_ro_ins_sec' },
+         num_updates_sec => { src => 'IB_ro_upd_sec' },
+         num_reads_sec   => { src => 'IB_ro_read_sec' },
+         num_deletes_sec => { src => 'IB_ro_del_sec' },
+      },
+      visible => [ qw(cxn num_inserts num_updates num_reads num_deletes num_inserts_sec
+                       num_updates_sec num_reads_sec num_deletes_sec)],
+      filters => [],
+      sort_cols => 'cxn',
+      sort_dir => '1',
+      innodb   => 'ro',
+      group_by => [],
+      aggregate => 0,
+   },
+   row_operation_misc => {
+      capt => 'Row Operation Misc',
+      cust => {},
+      cols => {
+         cxn                 => { src => 'cxn' },
+         queries_in_queue    => { src => 'IB_ro_queries_in_queue' },
+         queries_inside      => { src => 'IB_ro_queries_inside' },
+         read_views_open     => { src => 'IB_ro_read_views_open' },
+         main_thread_id      => { src => 'IB_ro_main_thread_id' },
+         main_thread_proc_no => { src => 'IB_ro_main_thread_proc_no' },
+         main_thread_state   => { src => 'IB_ro_main_thread_state' },
+         num_res_ext         => { src => 'IB_ro_n_reserved_extents' },
+      },
+      visible => [ qw(cxn queries_in_queue queries_inside read_views_open main_thread_state)],
+      filters => [],
+      sort_cols => 'cxn',
+      sort_dir => '1',
+      innodb   => 'ro',
+      group_by => [],
+      aggregate => 0,
+   },
+   semaphores => {
+      capt => 'InnoDB Semaphores',
+      cust => {},
+      cols => {
+         cxn                => { src => 'cxn' },
+         mutex_os_waits     => { src => 'IB_sm_mutex_os_waits' },
+         mutex_spin_rounds  => { src => 'IB_sm_mutex_spin_rounds' },
+         mutex_spin_waits   => { src => 'IB_sm_mutex_spin_waits' },
+         reservation_count  => { src => 'IB_sm_reservation_count' },
+         rw_excl_os_waits   => { src => 'IB_sm_rw_excl_os_waits' },
+         rw_excl_spins      => { src => 'IB_sm_rw_excl_spins' },
+         rw_shared_os_waits => { src => 'IB_sm_rw_shared_os_waits' },
+         rw_shared_spins    => { src => 'IB_sm_rw_shared_spins' },
+         signal_count       => { src => 'IB_sm_signal_count' },
+         wait_array_size    => { src => 'IB_sm_wait_array_size' },
+      },
+      visible => [ qw(cxn mutex_os_waits mutex_spin_waits mutex_spin_rounds
+         rw_excl_os_waits rw_excl_spins rw_shared_os_waits rw_shared_spins
+         signal_count reservation_count )],
+      filters => [],
+      sort_cols => 'cxn',
+      sort_dir => '1',
+      innodb   => 'sm',
+      group_by => [],
+      aggregate => 0,
+   },
+   slave_io_status => {
+      capt => 'Slave I/O Status',
+      cust => {},
+      cols => {
+         cxn                         => { src => 'cxn' },
+         connect_retry               => { src => 'connect_retry' },
+         master_host                 => { src => 'master_host', hdr => 'Master'},
+         master_log_file             => { src => 'master_log_file', hdr => 'File' },
+         master_port                 => { src => 'master_port' },
+         master_ssl_allowed          => { src => 'master_ssl_allowed' },
+         master_ssl_ca_file          => { src => 'master_ssl_ca_file' },
+         master_ssl_ca_path          => { src => 'master_ssl_ca_path' },
+         master_ssl_cert             => { src => 'master_ssl_cert' },
+         master_ssl_cipher           => { src => 'master_ssl_cipher' },
+         master_ssl_key              => { src => 'master_ssl_key' },
+         master_user                 => { src => 'master_user' },
+         read_master_log_pos         => { src => 'read_master_log_pos', hdr => 'Pos' },
+         relay_log_size              => { src => 'relay_log_space', trans => [qw(shorten)] },
+         slave_io_running            => { src => 'slave_io_running', hdr => 'On?' },
+         slave_io_state              => { src => 'slave_io_state', hdr => 'State' },
+      },
+      visible => [ qw(cxn master_host slave_io_running master_log_file relay_log_size read_master_log_pos slave_io_state)],
+      filters => [ qw( cxn_is_slave ) ],
+      sort_cols => 'slave_io_running cxn',
+      colors   => [
+         { col => 'slave_io_running',  op => 'ne', arg => 'Yes', color => 'black on_red' },
+      ],
+      sort_dir => '1',
+      innodb   => '',
+      group_by => [],
+      aggregate => 0,
+   },
+   slave_sql_status => {
+      capt => 'Slave SQL Status',
+      cust => {},
+      cols => {
+         cxn                         => { src => 'cxn' },
+         exec_master_log_pos         => { src => 'exec_master_log_pos', hdr => 'Master Pos' },
+         last_errno                  => { src => 'last_errno' },
+         last_error                  => { src => 'last_error' },
+         master_host                 => { src => 'master_host', hdr => 'Master' },
+         relay_log_file              => { src => 'relay_log_file' },
+         relay_log_pos               => { src => 'relay_log_pos' },
+         relay_log_size              => { src => 'relay_log_space', trans => [qw(shorten)] },
+         relay_master_log_file       => { src => 'relay_master_log_file', hdr => 'Master File' },
+         replicate_do_db             => { src => 'replicate_do_db' },
+         replicate_do_table          => { src => 'replicate_do_table' },
+         replicate_ignore_db         => { src => 'replicate_ignore_db' },
+         replicate_ignore_table      => { src => 'replicate_ignore_table' },
+         replicate_wild_do_table     => { src => 'replicate_wild_do_table' },
+         replicate_wild_ignore_table => { src => 'replicate_wild_ignore_table' },
+         skip_counter                => { src => 'skip_counter' },
+         slave_sql_running           => { src => 'slave_sql_running', hdr => 'On?' },
+         until_condition             => { src => 'until_condition' },
+         until_log_file              => { src => 'until_log_file' },
+         until_log_pos               => { src => 'until_log_pos' },
+         time_behind_master          => { src => 'seconds_behind_master', trans => [ qw(secs_to_time) ] },
+         bytes_behind_master         => { src => 'master_log_file && master_log_file eq relay_master_log_file ? read_master_log_pos - exec_master_log_pos : 0', trans => [qw(shorten)] },
+         slave_catchup_rate          => { src => $exprs{SlaveCatchupRate}, trans => [ qw(set_precision) ] },
+         slave_open_temp_tables      => { src => 'Slave_open_temp_tables' },
+      },
+      visible => [ qw(cxn master_host slave_sql_running time_behind_master slave_catchup_rate slave_open_temp_tables relay_log_pos last_error)],
+      filters => [ qw( cxn_is_slave ) ],
+      sort_cols => 'slave_sql_running cxn',
+      sort_dir => '1',
+      innodb   => '',
+      colors   => [
+         { col => 'slave_sql_running',  op => 'ne', arg => 'Yes', color => 'black on_red' },
+         { col => 'time_behind_master', op => '>',  arg => 600,   color => 'red' },
+         { col => 'time_behind_master', op => '>',  arg => 60,    color => 'yellow' },
+         { col => 'time_behind_master', op => '==', arg => 0,     color => 'white' },
+      ],
+      group_by => [],
+      aggregate => 0,
+   },
+   t_header => {
+      capt => 'T-Mode Header',
+      cust => {},
+      cols => {
+         cxn                         => { src => 'cxn' },
+         dirty_bufs                  => { src => $exprs{DirtyBufs},           trans => [qw(percent)] },
+         history_list_len            => { src => 'IB_tx_history_list_len' },
+         lock_structs                => { src => 'IB_tx_num_lock_structs' },
+         num_txns                    => { src => $exprs{NumTxns} },
+         max_txn                     => { src => $exprs{MaxTxnTime},          trans => [qw(secs_to_time)] },
+         undo_for                    => { src => 'IB_tx_purge_undo_for' },
+         used_bufs                   => { src => $exprs{BufPoolFill},         trans => [qw(percent)]},
+         versions                    => { src => $exprs{OldVersions} },
+      },
+      visible => [ qw(cxn history_list_len versions undo_for dirty_bufs used_bufs num_txns max_txn lock_structs)],
+      filters => [ ],
+      sort_cols => 'cxn',
+      sort_dir => '1',
+      innodb   => '',
+      colors   => [],
+      hide_caption => 1,
+      group_by => [],
+      aggregate => 0,
+   },
+   var_status => {
+      capt      => 'Variables & Status',
+      cust      => {},
+      cols      => {}, # Generated from current varset
+      visible   => [], # Generated from current varset
+      filters   => [],
+      sort_cols => '',
+      sort_dir  => 1,
+      innodb    => '',
+      temp      => 1, # Do not persist to config file.
+      hide_caption  => 1,
+      pivot     => 0,
+      group_by => [],
+      aggregate => 0,
+   },
+   wait_array => {
+      capt => 'InnoDB Wait Array',
+      cust => {},
+      cols => {
+         cxn                => { src => 'cxn' },
+         thread             => { src => 'thread' },
+         waited_at_filename => { src => 'waited_at_filename' },
+         waited_at_line     => { src => 'waited_at_line' },
+         'time'             => { src => 'waited_secs', trans => [ qw(secs_to_time) ] },
+         request_type       => { src => 'request_type' },
+         lock_mem_addr      => { src => 'lock_mem_addr' },
+         lock_cfile_name    => { src => 'lock_cfile_name' },
+         lock_cline         => { src => 'lock_cline' },
+         writer_thread      => { src => 'writer_thread' },
+         writer_lock_mode   => { src => 'writer_lock_mode' },
+         num_readers        => { src => 'num_readers' },
+         lock_var           => { src => 'lock_var' },
+         waiters_flag       => { src => 'waiters_flag' },
+         last_s_file_name   => { src => 'last_s_file_name' },
+         last_s_line        => { src => 'last_s_line' },
+         last_x_file_name   => { src => 'last_x_file_name' },
+         last_x_line        => { src => 'last_x_line' },
+         cell_waiting       => { src => 'cell_waiting' },
+         cell_event_set     => { src => 'cell_event_set' },
+      },
+      visible => [ qw(cxn thread time waited_at_filename waited_at_line request_type num_readers lock_var waiters_flag cell_waiting cell_event_set)],
+      filters => [],
+      sort_cols => 'cxn -time',
+      sort_dir => '1',
+      innodb   => 'sm',
+      group_by => [],
+      aggregate => 0,
+   },
+);
+
+# Initialize %tbl_meta from %columns and do some checks.
+foreach my $table_name ( keys %tbl_meta ) {
+   my $table = $tbl_meta{$table_name};
+   my $cols  = $table->{cols};
+
+   foreach my $col_name ( keys %$cols ) {
+      my $col_def = $table->{cols}->{$col_name};
+      die "I can't find a column named '$col_name' for '$table_name'" unless $columns{$col_name};
+      $columns{$col_name}->{referenced} = 1;
+
+      foreach my $prop ( keys %col_props ) {
+         # Each column gets non-existing values set from %columns or defaults from %col_props.
+         if ( !$col_def->{$prop} ) {
+            $col_def->{$prop}
+               = defined($columns{$col_name}->{$prop})
+               ? $columns{$col_name}->{$prop}
+               : $col_props{$prop};
+         }
+      }
+
+      # Ensure transformations and aggregate functions are valid
+      die "Unknown aggregate function '$col_def->{agg}' "
+         . "for column '$col_name' in table '$table_name'"
+         unless exists $agg_funcs{$col_def->{agg}};
+      foreach my $trans ( @{$col_def->{trans}} ) {
+         die "Unknown transformation '$trans' "
+            . "for column '$col_name' in table '$table_name'"
+            unless exists $trans_funcs{$trans};
+      }
+   }
+
+   # Ensure each column in visible and group_by exists in cols
+   foreach my $place ( qw(visible group_by) ) {
+      foreach my $col_name ( @{$table->{$place}} ) {
+         if ( !exists $cols->{$col_name} ) {
+            die "Column '$col_name' is listed in '$place' for '$table_name', but doesn't exist";
+         }
+      }
+   }
+
+   # Compile sort and color subroutines
+   $table->{sort_func}  = make_sort_func($table);
+   $table->{color_func} = make_color_func($table);
+}
+
+# This is for code cleanup:
+{
+   my @unused_cols = grep { !$columns{$_}->{referenced} } sort keys %columns;
+   if ( @unused_cols ) {
+      die "The following columns are not used: "
+         . join(' ', @unused_cols);
+   }
+}
+
+# ###########################################################################
+# Operating modes {{{3
+# ###########################################################################
+my %modes = (
+   B => {
+      hdr               => 'InnoDB Buffers',
+      cust              => {},
+      note              => 'Shows buffer info from InnoDB',
+      action_for        => {
+         i => {
+            action => sub { toggle_config('status_inc') },
+            label  => 'Toggle incremental status display',
+         },
+      },
+      display_sub       => \&display_B,
+      connections       => [],
+      server_group      => '',
+      one_connection    => 0,
+      tables            => [qw(buffer_pool page_statistics insert_buffers adaptive_hash_index)],
+      visible_tables    => [qw(buffer_pool page_statistics insert_buffers adaptive_hash_index)],
+   },
+   C => {
+      hdr               => 'Command Summary',
+      cust              => {},
+      note              => 'Shows relative magnitude of variables',
+      action_for        => {
+         s => {
+            action => sub { get_config_interactive('cmd_filter') },
+            label  => 'Choose variable prefix',
+         },
+      },
+      display_sub       => \&display_C,
+      connections       => [],
+      server_group      => '',
+      one_connection    => 0,
+      tables            => [qw(cmd_summary)],
+      visible_tables    => [qw(cmd_summary)],
+   },
+   D => {
+      hdr               => 'InnoDB Deadlocks',
+      cust              => {},
+      note              => 'View InnoDB deadlock information',
+      action_for        => {
+         c => {
+            action => sub { edit_table('deadlock_transactions') },
+            label  => 'Choose visible columns',
+         },
+         w => {
+            action => \&create_deadlock,
+            label  => 'Wipe deadlock status info by creating a deadlock',
+         },
+      },
+      display_sub       => \&display_D,
+      connections       => [],
+      server_group      => '',
+      one_connection    => 0,
+      tables            => [qw(deadlock_transactions deadlock_locks)],
+      visible_tables    => [qw(deadlock_transactions deadlock_locks)],
+   },
+   F => {
+      hdr               => 'InnoDB FK Err',
+      cust              => {},
+      note              => 'View the latest InnoDB foreign key error',
+      action_for        => {},
+      display_sub       => \&display_F,
+      connections       => [],
+      server_group      => '',
+      one_connection    => 1,
+      tables            => [qw(fk_error)],
+      visible_tables    => [qw(fk_error)],
+   },
+   I => {
+      hdr               => 'InnoDB I/O Info',
+      cust              => {},
+      note              => 'Shows I/O info (i/o, log...) from InnoDB',
+      action_for        => {
+         i => {
+            action => sub { toggle_config('status_inc') },
+            label  => 'Toggle incremental status display',
+         },
+      },
+      display_sub       => \&display_I,
+      connections       => [],
+      server_group      => '',
+      one_connection    => 0,
+      tables            => [qw(io_threads pending_io file_io_misc log_statistics)],
+      visible_tables    => [qw(io_threads pending_io file_io_misc log_statistics)],
+   },
+   L => {
+      hdr             => 'Locks',
+      cust            => {},
+      note            => 'Shows transaction locks',
+      action_for      => {
+         a => {
+            action => sub { send_cmd_to_servers('CREATE TABLE IF NOT EXISTS test.innodb_lock_monitor(a int) ENGINE=InnoDB', 0, '', []); },
+            label  => 'Start the InnoDB Lock Monitor',
+         },
+         o => {
+            action => sub { send_cmd_to_servers('DROP TABLE IF EXISTS test.innodb_lock_monitor', 0, '', []); },
+            label  => 'Stop the InnoDB Lock Monitor',
+         },
+      },
+      display_sub     => \&display_L,
+      connections     => [],
+      server_group    => '',
+      one_connection  => 0,
+      tables            => [qw(innodb_locks)],
+      visible_tables    => [qw(innodb_locks)],
+   },
+   M => {
+      hdr               => 'Replication Status',
+      cust              => {},
+      note              => 'Shows replication (master and slave) status',
+      action_for        => {
+         a => {
+            action => sub { send_cmd_to_servers('START SLAVE', 0, 'START SLAVE SQL_THREAD UNTIL MASTER_LOG_FILE = ?, MASTER_LOG_POS = ?', []); },
+            label  => 'Start slave(s)',
+         },
+         i => {
+            action => sub { toggle_config('status_inc') },
+            label  => 'Toggle incremental status display',
+         },
+         o => {
+            action => sub { send_cmd_to_servers('STOP SLAVE', 0, '', []); },
+            label  => 'Stop slave(s)',
+         },
+         b => {
+            action => sub { purge_master_logs() },
+            label  => 'Purge unused master logs',
+         },
+      },
+      display_sub       => \&display_M,
+      connections       => [],
+      server_group      => '',
+      one_connection    => 0,
+      tables            => [qw(slave_sql_status slave_io_status master_status)],
+      visible_tables    => [qw(slave_sql_status slave_io_status master_status)],
+   },
+   O => {
+      hdr               => 'Open Tables',
+      cust              => {},
+      note              => 'Shows open tables in MySQL',
+      action_for        => {
+         r => {
+            action => sub { reverse_sort('open_tables'); },
+            label  => 'Reverse sort order',
+         },
+         s => {
+            action => sub { choose_sort_cols('open_tables'); },
+            label => "Choose sort column",
+         },
+      },
+      display_sub       => \&display_O,
+      connections       => [],
+      server_group      => '',
+      one_connection    => 0,
+      tables            => [qw(open_tables)],
+      visible_tables    => [qw(open_tables)],
+   },
+   Q => {
+      hdr        => 'Query List',
+      cust       => {},
+      note       => 'Shows queries from SHOW FULL PROCESSLIST',
+      action_for => {
+         a => {
+            action => sub { toggle_filter('processlist', 'hide_self') },
+            label  => 'Toggle the innotop process',
+         },
+         c => {
+            action => sub { edit_table('processlist') },
+            label  => 'Choose visible columns',
+         },
+         e => {
+            action => sub { analyze_query('e'); },
+            label  => "Explain a thread's query",
+         },
+         f => {
+            action => sub { analyze_query('f'); },
+            label  => "Show a thread's full query",
+         },
+         h => {
+            action => sub { toggle_visible_table('Q', 'q_header') },
+            label  => 'Toggle the header on and off',
+         },
+         i => {
+            action => sub { toggle_filter('processlist', 'hide_inactive') },
+            label  => 'Toggle idle processes',
+         },
+         k => {
+            action => sub { kill_query('CONNECTION') },
+            label => "Kill a query's connection",
+         },
+         r => {
+            action => sub { reverse_sort('processlist'); },
+            label  => 'Reverse sort order',
+         },
+         s => {
+            action => sub { choose_sort_cols('processlist'); },
+            label => "Change the display's sort column",
+         },
+         x => {
+            action => sub { kill_query('QUERY') },
+            label => "Kill a query",
+         },
+      },
+      display_sub       => \&display_Q,
+      connections       => [],
+      server_group      => '',
+      one_connection    => 0,
+      tables            => [qw(q_header processlist)],
+      visible_tables    => [qw(q_header processlist)],
+   },
+   R => {
+      hdr               => 'InnoDB Row Ops',
+      cust              => {},
+      note              => 'Shows InnoDB row operation and semaphore info',
+      action_for        => {
+         i => {
+            action => sub { toggle_config('status_inc') },
+            label  => 'Toggle incremental status display',
+         },
+      },
+      display_sub       => \&display_R,
+      connections       => [],
+      server_group      => '',
+      one_connection    => 0,
+      tables            => [qw(row_operations row_operation_misc semaphores wait_array)],
+      visible_tables    => [qw(row_operations row_operation_misc semaphores wait_array)],
+   },
+   S => {
+      hdr               => 'Variables & Status',
+      cust              => {},
+      note              => 'Shows query load statistics a la vmstat',
+      action_for        => {
+         '>' => {
+            action => sub { switch_var_set('S_set', 1) },
+            label  => 'Switch to next variable set',
+         },
+         '<' => {
+            action => sub { switch_var_set('S_set', -1) },
+            label  => 'Switch to prev variable set',
+         },
+         c => {
+            action => sub {
+               choose_var_set('S_set');
+               start_S_mode();
+            },
+            label => "Choose which set to display",
+         },
+         e => {
+            action => \&edit_current_var_set,
+            label  => 'Edit the current set of variables',
+         },
+         i => {
+            action => sub { $clear_screen_sub->(); toggle_config('status_inc') },
+            label  => 'Toggle incremental status display',
+         },
+         '-' => {
+            action => sub { set_display_precision(-1) },
+            label  => 'Decrease fractional display precision',
+         },
+         '+' => {
+            action => sub { set_display_precision(1) },
+            label  => 'Increase fractional display precision',
+         },
+         g => {
+            action => sub { set_s_mode('g') },
+            label  => 'Switch to graph (tload) view',
+         },
+         s => {
+            action => sub { set_s_mode('s') },
+            label  => 'Switch to standard (vmstat) view',
+         },
+         v => {
+            action => sub { set_s_mode('v') },
+            label  => 'Switch to pivoted view',
+         },
+      },
+      display_sub       => \&display_S,
+      no_clear_screen   => 1,
+      connections       => [],
+      server_group      => '',
+      one_connection    => 0,
+      tables            => [qw(var_status)],
+      visible_tables    => [qw(var_status)],
+   },
+   T => {
+      hdr        => 'InnoDB Txns',
+      cust       => {},
+      note       => 'Shows InnoDB transactions in top-like format',
+      action_for => {
+         a => {
+            action => sub { toggle_filter('innodb_transactions', 'hide_self') },
+            label  => 'Toggle the innotop process',
+         },
+         c => {
+            action => sub { edit_table('innodb_transactions') },
+            label  => 'Choose visible columns',
+         },
+         e => {
+            action => sub { analyze_query('e'); },
+            label  => "Explain a thread's query",
+         },
+         f => {
+            action => sub { analyze_query('f'); },
+            label  => "Show a thread's full query",
+         },
+         h => {
+            action => sub { toggle_visible_table('T', 't_header') },
+            label  => 'Toggle the header on and off',
+         },
+         i => {
+            action => sub { toggle_filter('innodb_transactions', 'hide_inactive') },
+            label  => 'Toggle inactive transactions',
+         },
+         k => {
+            action => sub { kill_query('CONNECTION') },
+            label  => "Kill a transaction's connection",
+         },
+         r => {
+            action => sub { reverse_sort('innodb_transactions'); },
+            label  => 'Reverse sort order',
+         },
+         s => {
+            action => sub { choose_sort_cols('innodb_transactions'); },
+            label  => "Change the display's sort column",
+         },
+         x => {
+            action => sub { kill_query('QUERY') },
+            label  => "Kill a query",
+         },
+      },
+      display_sub       => \&display_T,
+      connections       => [],
+      server_group      => '',
+      one_connection    => 0,
+      tables            => [qw(t_header innodb_transactions)],
+      visible_tables    => [qw(t_header innodb_transactions)],
+   },
+);
+
+# ###########################################################################
+# Global key mappings {{{3
+# Keyed on a single character, which is read from the keyboard.  Uppercase
+# letters switch modes.  Lowercase letters access commands when in a mode.
+# These can be overridden by action_for in %modes.
+# ###########################################################################
+my %action_for = (
+   '$' => {
+      action => \&edit_configuration,
+      label  => 'Edit configuration settings',
+   },
+   '?' => {
+      action => \&display_help,
+      label  => 'Show help',
+   },
+   '!' => {
+      action => \&display_license,
+      label  => 'Show license and warranty',
+   },
+   '^' => {
+      action => \&edit_table,
+      label  => "Edit the displayed table(s)",
+   },
+   '#' => {
+      action => \&choose_server_groups,
+      label  => 'Select/create server groups',
+   },
+   '@' => {
+      action => \&choose_servers,
+      label  => 'Select/create server connections',
+   },
+   '/' => {
+      action => \&add_quick_filter,
+      label  => 'Quickly filter what you see',
+   },
+   '\\' => {
+      action => \&clear_quick_filters,
+      label  => 'Clear quick-filters',
+   },
+   '%' => {
+      action => \&choose_filters,
+      label  => 'Choose and edit table filters',
+   },
+   "\t" => {
+      action => \&next_server_group,
+      label  => 'Switch to the next server group',
+      key    => 'TAB',
+   },
+   '=' => {
+      action => \&toggle_aggregate,
+      label  => 'Toggle aggregation',
+   },
+   # TODO: can these be auto-generated from %modes?
+   B => {
+      action => sub { switch_mode('B') },
+      label  => '',
+   },
+   C => {
+      action => sub { switch_mode('C') },
+      label  => '',
+   },
+   D => {
+      action => sub { switch_mode('D') },
+      label  => '',
+   },
+   F => {
+      action => sub { switch_mode('F') },
+      label  => '',
+   },
+   I => {
+      action => sub { switch_mode('I') },
+      label  => '',
+   },
+   L => {
+      action => sub { switch_mode('L') },
+      label  => '',
+   },
+   M => {
+      action => sub { switch_mode('M') },
+      label  => '',
+   },
+   O => {
+      action => sub { switch_mode('O') },
+      label  => '',
+   },
+   Q => {
+      action => sub { switch_mode('Q') },
+      label  => '',
+   },
+   R => {
+      action => sub { switch_mode('R') },
+      label  => '',
+   },
+   S => {
+      action => \&start_S_mode,
+      label  => '',
+   },
+   T => {
+      action => sub { switch_mode('T') },
+      label  => '',
+   },
+   d => {
+      action => sub { get_config_interactive('interval') },
+      label  => 'Change refresh interval',
+   },
+   n => { action => \&next_server,       label => 'Switch to the next connection' },
+   p => { action => \&pause,             label => 'Pause innotop', },
+   q => { action => \&finish,            label => 'Quit innotop', },
+);
+
+# ###########################################################################
+# Sleep times after certain statements {{{3
+# ###########################################################################
+my %stmt_sleep_time_for = ();
+
+# ###########################################################################
+# Config editor key mappings {{{3
+# ###########################################################################
+my %cfg_editor_action = (
+   c => {
+      note => 'Edit columns, etc in the displayed table(s)',
+      func => \&edit_table,
+   },
+   g => {
+      note => 'Edit general configuration',
+      func => \&edit_configuration_variables,
+   },
+   k => {
+      note => 'Edit row-coloring rules',
+      func => \&edit_color_rules,
+   },
+   p => {
+      note => 'Manage plugins',
+      func => \&edit_plugins,
+   },
+   s => {
+      note => 'Edit server groups',
+      func => \&edit_server_groups,
+   },
+   S => {
+      note => 'Edit SQL statement sleep delays',
+      func => \&edit_stmt_sleep_times,
+   },
+   t => {
+      note => 'Choose which table(s) to display in this mode',
+      func => \&choose_mode_tables,
+   },
+);
+
+# ###########################################################################
+# Color editor key mappings {{{3
+# ###########################################################################
+my %color_editor_action = (
+   n => {
+      note => 'Create a new color rule',
+      func => sub {
+         my ( $tbl, $idx ) = @_;
+         my $meta = $tbl_meta{$tbl};
+
+         $clear_screen_sub->();
+         my $col;
+         do {
+            $col = prompt_list(
+               'Choose the target column for the rule',
+               '',
+               sub { return keys %{$meta->{cols}} },
+               { map { $_ => $meta->{cols}->{$_}->{label} } keys %{$meta->{cols}} });
+         } while ( !$col );
+         ( $col ) = grep { $_ } split(/\W+/, $col);
+         return $idx unless $col && exists $meta->{cols}->{$col};
+
+         $clear_screen_sub->();
+         my $op;
+         do {
+            $op = prompt_list(
+               'Choose the comparison operator for the rule',
+               '',
+               sub { return keys %comp_ops },
+               { map { $_ => $comp_ops{$_} } keys %comp_ops } );
+         } until ( $op );
+         $op =~ s/\s+//g;
+         return $idx unless $op && exists $comp_ops{$op};
+
+         my $arg;
+         do {
+            $arg = prompt('Specify an argument for the comparison');
+         } until defined $arg;
+
+         my $color;
+         do {
+            $color = prompt_list(
+               'Choose the color(s) the row should be when the rule matches',
+               '',
+               sub { return keys %ansicolors },
+               { map { $_ => $_ } keys %ansicolors } );
+         } until defined $color;
+         $color = join(' ', unique(grep { exists $ansicolors{$_} } split(/\W+/, $color)));
+         return $idx unless $color;
+
+         push @{$tbl_meta{$tbl}->{colors}}, {
+            col   => $col,
+            op    => $op,
+            arg   => $arg,
+            color => $color
+         };
+         $tbl_meta{$tbl}->{cust}->{colors} = 1;
+
+         return $idx;
+      },
+   },
+   d => {
+      note => 'Remove the selected rule',
+      func => sub {
+         my ( $tbl, $idx ) = @_;
+         my @rules = @{ $tbl_meta{$tbl}->{colors} };
+         return 0 unless @rules > 0 && $idx < @rules && $idx >= 0;
+         splice(@{$tbl_meta{$tbl}->{colors}}, $idx, 1);
+         $tbl_meta{$tbl}->{cust}->{colors} = 1;
+         return $idx == @rules ? $#rules : $idx;
+      },
+   },
+   j => {
+      note => 'Move highlight down one',
+      func => sub {
+         my ( $tbl, $idx ) = @_;
+         my $num_rules = scalar @{$tbl_meta{$tbl}->{colors}};
+         return ($idx + 1) % $num_rules;
+      },
+   },
+   k => {
+      note => 'Move highlight up one',
+      func => sub {
+         my ( $tbl, $idx ) = @_;
+         my $num_rules = scalar @{$tbl_meta{$tbl}->{colors}};
+         return ($idx - 1) % $num_rules;
+      },
+   },
+   '+' => {
+      note => 'Move selected rule up one',
+      func => sub {
+         my ( $tbl, $idx ) = @_;
+         my $meta = $tbl_meta{$tbl};
+         my $dest = $idx == 0 ? scalar(@{$meta->{colors}} - 1) : $idx - 1;
+         my $temp = $meta->{colors}->[$idx];
+         $meta->{colors}->[$idx]  = $meta->{colors}->[$dest];
+         $meta->{colors}->[$dest] = $temp;
+         $meta->{cust}->{colors} = 1;
+         return $dest;
+      },
+   },
+   '-' => {
+      note => 'Move selected rule down one',
+      func => sub {
+         my ( $tbl, $idx ) = @_;
+         my $meta = $tbl_meta{$tbl};
+         my $dest = $idx == scalar(@{$meta->{colors}} - 1) ? 0 : $idx + 1;
+         my $temp = $meta->{colors}->[$idx];
+         $meta->{colors}->[$idx]  = $meta->{colors}->[$dest];
+         $meta->{colors}->[$dest] = $temp;
+         $meta->{cust}->{colors} = 1;
+         return $dest;
+      },
+   },
+);
+
+# ###########################################################################
+# Plugin editor key mappings {{{3
+# ###########################################################################
+my %plugin_editor_action = (
+   '*' => {
+      note => 'Toggle selected plugin active/inactive',
+      func => sub {
+         my ( $plugins, $idx ) = @_;
+         my $plugin = $plugins->[$idx];
+         $plugin->{active} = $plugin->{active} ? 0 : 1;
+         return $idx;
+      },
+   },
+   j => {
+      note => 'Move highlight down one',
+      func => sub {
+         my ( $plugins, $idx ) = @_;
+         return ($idx + 1) % scalar(@$plugins);
+      },
+   },
+   k => {
+      note => 'Move highlight up one',
+      func => sub {
+         my ( $plugins, $idx ) = @_;
+         return $idx == 0 ? @$plugins - 1 : $idx - 1;
+      },
+   },
+);
+
+# ###########################################################################
+# Table editor key mappings {{{3
+# ###########################################################################
+my %tbl_editor_action = (
+   a => {
+      note => 'Add a column to the table',
+      func => sub {
+         my ( $tbl, $col ) = @_;
+         my @visible_cols = @{ $tbl_meta{$tbl}->{visible} };
+         my %all_cols     = %{ $tbl_meta{$tbl}->{cols} };
+         delete @all_cols{@visible_cols};
+         my $choice = prompt_list(
+            'Choose a column',
+            '',
+            sub { return keys %all_cols; },
+            { map { $_ => $all_cols{$_}->{label} || $all_cols{$_}->{hdr} } keys %all_cols });
+         if ( $all_cols{$choice} ) {
+            push @{$tbl_meta{$tbl}->{visible}}, $choice;
+            $tbl_meta{$tbl}->{cust}->{visible} = 1;
+            return $choice;
+         }
+         return $col;
+      },
+   },
+   n => {
+      note => 'Create a new column and add it to the table',
+      func => sub {
+         my ( $tbl, $col ) = @_;
+
+         $clear_screen_sub->();
+         print word_wrap("Choose a name for the column.  This name is not displayed, and is used only "
+               . "for internal reference.  It can contain only lowercase letters, numbers, "
+               . "and underscores.");
+         print "\n\n";
+         do {
+            $col = prompt("Enter column name");
+            $col = '' if $col =~ m/[^a-z0-9_]/;
+         } while ( !$col );
+
+         $clear_screen_sub->();
+         my $hdr;
+         do {
+            $hdr = prompt("Enter column header");
+         } while ( !$hdr );
+
+         $clear_screen_sub->();
+         print "Choose a source for the column's data\n\n";
+         my ( $src, $sub, $err );
+         do {
+            if ( $err ) {
+               print "Error: $err\n\n";
+            }
+            $src = prompt("Enter column source");
+            if ( $src ) {
+               ( $sub, $err ) = compile_expr($src);
+            }
+         } until ( !$err);
+
+         # TODO: this duplicates %col_props.
+         $tbl_meta{$tbl}->{cols}->{$col} = {
+            hdr   => $hdr,
+            src   => $src,
+            just  => '-',
+            num   => 0,
+            label => 'User-defined',
+            user  => 1,
+            tbl   => $tbl,
+            minw  => 0,
+            maxw  => 0,
+            trans => [],
+            func  => $sub,
+            dec   => 0,
+            agg   => 0,
+            aggonly => 0,
+         };
+
+         $tbl_meta{$tbl}->{visible} = [ unique(@{$tbl_meta{$tbl}->{visible}}, $col) ];
+         $tbl_meta{$tbl}->{cust}->{visible} = 1;
+         return $col;
+      },
+   },
+   d => {
+      note => 'Remove selected column',
+      func => sub {
+         my ( $tbl, $col ) = @_;
+         my @visible_cols = @{ $tbl_meta{$tbl}->{visible} };
+         my $idx          = 0;
+         return $col unless @visible_cols > 1;
+         while ( $visible_cols[$idx] ne $col ) {
+            $idx++;
+         }
+         $tbl_meta{$tbl}->{visible} = [ grep { $_ ne $col } @visible_cols ];
+         $tbl_meta{$tbl}->{cust}->{visible} = 1;
+         return $idx == $#visible_cols ? $visible_cols[$idx - 1] : $visible_cols[$idx + 1];
+      },
+   },
+   e => {
+      note => 'Edit selected column',
+      func => sub {
+         # TODO: make this editor hotkey-driven and give readline support.
+         my ( $tbl, $col ) = @_;
+         $clear_screen_sub->();
+         my $meta = $tbl_meta{$tbl}->{cols}->{$col};
+         my @prop = qw(hdr label src just num minw maxw trans agg); # TODO redundant
+
+         my $answer;
+         do {
+            # Do what the user asked...
+            if ( $answer && grep { $_ eq $answer } @prop ) {
+               # Some properties are arrays, others scalars.
+               my $ini = ref $col_props{$answer} ? join(' ', @{$meta->{$answer}}) : $meta->{$answer};
+               my $val = prompt("New value for $answer", undef, $ini);
+               $val = [ split(' ', $val) ] if ref($col_props{$answer});
+               if ( $answer eq 'trans' ) {
+                  $val = [ unique(grep{ exists $trans_funcs{$_} } @$val) ];
+               }
+               @{$meta}{$answer, 'user', 'tbl' } = ( $val, 1, $tbl );
+            }
+
+            my @display_lines = (
+               '',
+               "You are editing column $tbl.$col.\n",
+            );
+
+            push @display_lines, create_table2(
+               \@prop,
+               { map { $_ => $_ } @prop },
+               { map { $_ => ref $meta->{$_} eq 'ARRAY' ? join(' ', @{$meta->{$_}})
+                           : ref $meta->{$_}            ? '[expression code]'
+                           :                              $meta->{$_}
+                     } @prop
+               },
+               { sep => '  ' });
+            draw_screen(\@display_lines, { raw => 1 });
+            print "\n\n"; # One to add space, one to clear readline artifacts
+            $answer = prompt('Edit what? (q to quit)');
+         } while ( $answer ne 'q' );
+
+         return $col;
+      },
+   },
+   j => {
+      note => 'Move highlight down one',
+      func => sub {
+         my ( $tbl, $col ) = @_;
+         my @visible_cols = @{ $tbl_meta{$tbl}->{visible} };
+         my $idx          = 0;
+         while ( $visible_cols[$idx] ne $col ) {
+            $idx++;
+         }
+         return $visible_cols[ ($idx + 1) % @visible_cols ];
+      },
+   },
+   k => {
+      note => 'Move highlight up one',
+      func => sub {
+         my ( $tbl, $col ) = @_;
+         my @visible_cols = @{ $tbl_meta{$tbl}->{visible} };
+         my $idx          = 0;
+         while ( $visible_cols[$idx] ne $col ) {
+            $idx++;
+         }
+         return $visible_cols[ $idx - 1 ];
+      },
+   },
+   '+' => {
+      note => 'Move selected column up one',
+      func => sub {
+         my ( $tbl, $col ) = @_;
+         my $meta         = $tbl_meta{$tbl};
+         my @visible_cols = @{$meta->{visible}};
+         my $idx          = 0;
+         while ( $visible_cols[$idx] ne $col ) {
+            $idx++;
+         }
+         if ( $idx ) {
+            $visible_cols[$idx]     = $visible_cols[$idx - 1];
+            $visible_cols[$idx - 1] = $col;
+            $meta->{visible}        = \@visible_cols;
+         }
+         else {
+            shift @{$meta->{visible}};
+            push @{$meta->{visible}}, $col;
+         }
+         $meta->{cust}->{visible} = 1;
+         return $col;
+      },
+   },
+   '-' => {
+      note => 'Move selected column down one',
+      func => sub {
+         my ( $tbl, $col ) = @_;
+         my $meta         = $tbl_meta{$tbl};
+         my @visible_cols = @{$meta->{visible}};
+         my $idx          = 0;
+         while ( $visible_cols[$idx] ne $col ) {
+            $idx++;
+         }
+         if ( $idx == $#visible_cols ) {
+            unshift @{$meta->{visible}}, $col;
+            pop @{$meta->{visible}};
+         }
+         else {
+            $visible_cols[$idx]     = $visible_cols[$idx + 1];
+            $visible_cols[$idx + 1] = $col;
+            $meta->{visible}        = \@visible_cols;
+         }
+         $meta->{cust}->{visible} = 1;
+         return $col;
+      },
+   },
+   f => {
+      note => 'Choose filters',
+      func => sub {
+         my ( $tbl, $col ) = @_;
+         choose_filters($tbl);
+         return $col;
+      },
+   },
+   o => {
+      note => 'Edit color rules',
+      func => sub {
+         my ( $tbl, $col ) = @_;
+         edit_color_rules($tbl);
+         return $col;
+      },
+   },
+   s => {
+      note => 'Choose sort columns',
+      func => sub {
+         my ( $tbl, $col ) = @_;
+         choose_sort_cols($tbl);
+         return $col;
+      },
+   },
+   g => {
+      note => 'Choose group-by (aggregate) columns',
+      func => sub {
+         my ( $tbl, $col ) = @_;
+         choose_group_cols($tbl);
+         return $col;
+      },
+   },
+);
+
+# ###########################################################################
+# Global variables and environment {{{2
+# ###########################################################################
+
+my @this_term_size; # w_chars, h_chars, w_pix, h_pix
+my @last_term_size; # w_chars, h_chars, w_pix, h_pix
+my $char;
+my $windows       = $OSNAME =~ m/MSWin/;
+my $have_color    = 0;
+my $MAX_ULONG     = 4294967295; # 2^32-1
+my $num_regex     = qr/^[+-]?(?=\d|\.)\d*(?:\.\d+)?(?:E[+-]?\d+|)$/i;
+my $int_regex     = qr/^\d+$/;
+my $bool_regex    = qr/^[01]$/;
+my $term          = undef;
+my $file          = undef; # File to watch for InnoDB monitor output
+my $file_mtime    = undef; # Status of watched file
+my $file_data     = undef; # Last chunk of text read from file
+my $innodb_parser = InnoDBParser->new;
+
+my $nonfatal_errs = join('|',
+   'Access denied for user',
+   'Unknown MySQL server host',
+   'Unknown database',
+   'Can\'t connect to local MySQL server through socket',
+   'Can\'t connect to MySQL server on',
+   'MySQL server has gone away',
+   'Cannot call SHOW INNODB STATUS',
+   'Access denied',
+   'AutoCommit',
+);
+
+if ( !$opts{n} ) {
+   require Term::ReadLine;
+   $term = Term::ReadLine->new('innotop');
+}
+
+# Stores status, variables, innodb status, master/slave status etc.
+# Keyed on connection name.  Each entry is a hashref of current and past data sets,
+# keyed on clock tick.
+my %vars;
+my %info_gotten = (); # Which things have been retrieved for the current clock tick.
+
+# Stores info on currently displayed queries: cxn, connection ID, query text.
+my @current_queries;
+
+my $lines_printed       = 0;
+my $clock               = 0;   # Incremented with every wake-sleep cycle
+my $clearing_deadlocks  = 0;
+
+# Find the home directory; it's different on different OSes.
+my $homepath = $ENV{HOME} || $ENV{HOMEPATH} || $ENV{USERPROFILE} || '.';
+
+# If terminal coloring is available, use it.  The only function I want from
+# the module is the colored() function.
+eval {
+   if ( !$opts{n} ) {
+      if ( $windows ) {
+         require Win32::Console::ANSI;
+      }
+      require Term::ANSIColor;
+      import Term::ANSIColor qw(colored);
+      $have_color = 1;
+   }
+};
+if ( $EVAL_ERROR || $opts{n} ) {
+   # If there was an error, manufacture my own colored() function that does no
+   # coloring.
+   *colored = sub { pop @_; @_; };
+}
+
+if ( $opts{n} ) {
+   $clear_screen_sub = sub {};
+}
+elsif ( $windows ) {
+   $clear_screen_sub = sub { $lines_printed = 0; system("cls") };
+}
+else {
+   my $clear = `clear`;
+   $clear_screen_sub = sub { $lines_printed = 0; print $clear };
+}
+
+# ###########################################################################
+# Config storage. {{{2
+# ###########################################################################
+my %config = (
+   color => {
+      val  => $have_color,
+      note => 'Whether to use terminal coloring',
+      conf => 'ALL',
+      pat  => $bool_regex,
+   },
+   cmd_filter => {
+      val  => 'Com_',
+      note => 'Prefix for values in C mode',
+      conf => [qw(C)],
+   },
+   plugin_dir => {
+      val  => "$homepath/.innotop/plugins",
+      note => 'Directory where plugins can be found',
+      conf => 'ALL',
+   },
+   show_percent => {
+      val  => 1,
+      note => 'Show the % symbol after percentages',
+      conf => 'ALL',
+      pat  => $bool_regex,
+   },
+   skip_innodb => {
+      val  => 0,
+      note => 'Disable SHOW INNODB STATUS',
+      conf => 'ALL',
+      pat  => $bool_regex,
+   },
+   S_func => {
+      val  => 's',
+      note => 'What to display in S mode: graph, status, pivoted status',
+      conf => [qw(S)],
+      pat  => qr/^[gsv]$/,
+   },
+   cxn_timeout => {
+      val  => 28800,
+      note => 'Connection timeout for keeping unused connections alive',
+      conf => 'ALL',
+      pat  => $int_regex,
+   },
+   graph_char => {
+      val  => '*',
+      note => 'Character for drawing graphs',
+      conf => [ qw(S) ],
+      pat  => qr/^.$/,
+   },
+   show_cxn_errors_in_tbl => {
+      val  => 1,
+      note => 'Whether to display connection errors as rows in the table',
+      conf => 'ALL',
+      pat  => $bool_regex,
+   },
+   hide_hdr => {
+      val  => 0,
+      note => 'Whether to show column headers',
+      conf => 'ALL',
+      pat  => $bool_regex,
+   },
+   show_cxn_errors => {
+      val  => 1,
+      note => 'Whether to print connection errors to STDOUT',
+      conf => 'ALL',
+      pat  => $bool_regex,
+   },
+   readonly => {
+      val  => 0,
+      note => 'Whether the config file is read-only',
+      conf => [ qw() ],
+      pat  => $bool_regex,
+   },
+   global => {
+      val  => 1,
+      note => 'Whether to show GLOBAL variables and status',
+      conf => 'ALL',
+      pat  => $bool_regex,
+   },
+   header_highlight => {
+      val  => 'bold',
+      note => 'How to highlight table column headers',
+      conf => 'ALL',
+      pat  => qr/^(?:bold|underline)$/,
+   },
+   display_table_captions => {
+      val  => 1,
+      note => 'Whether to put captions on tables',
+      conf => 'ALL',
+      pat  => $bool_regex,
+   },
+   charset => {
+      val  => 'ascii',
+      note => 'What type of characters should be displayed in queries (ascii, unicode, none)',
+      conf => 'ALL',
+      pat  => qr/^(?:ascii|unicode|none)$/,
+   },
+   auto_wipe_dl => {
+      val  => 0,
+      note => 'Whether to auto-wipe InnoDB deadlocks',
+      conf => 'ALL',
+      pat  => $bool_regex,
+   },
+   max_height => {
+      val  => 30,
+      note => '[Win32] Max window height',
+      conf => 'ALL',
+   },
+   debug => {
+      val  => 0,
+      pat  => $bool_regex,
+      note => 'Debug mode (more verbose errors, uses more memory)',
+      conf => 'ALL',
+   },
+   num_digits => {
+      val  => 2,
+      pat  => $int_regex,
+      note => 'How many digits to show in fractional numbers and percents',
+      conf => 'ALL',
+   },
+   debugfile => {
+      val  => "$homepath/.innotop/core_dump",
+      note => 'A debug file in case you are interested in error output',
+   },
+   show_statusbar => {
+      val  => 1,
+      pat  => $bool_regex,
+      note => 'Whether to show the status bar in the display',
+      conf => 'ALL',
+   },
+   mode => {
+      val  => "T",
+      note => "Which mode to start in",
+      cmdline => 1,
+   },
+   status_inc => {
+      val  => 0,
+      note => 'Whether to show raw or incremental values for status variables',
+      pat  => $bool_regex,
+   },
+   interval => {
+      val  => 10,
+      pat  => qr/^(?:(?:\d*?[1-9]\d*(?:\.\d*)?)|(?:\d*\.\d*?[1-9]\d*))$/,
+      note => "The interval at which the display will be refreshed.  Fractional values allowed.",
+   },
+   num_status_sets => {
+      val  => 9,
+      pat  => $int_regex,
+      note => 'How many sets of STATUS and VARIABLES values to show',
+      conf => [ qw(S) ],
+   },
+   S_set => {
+      val  => 'general',
+      pat  => qr/^\w+$/,
+      note => 'Which set of variables to display in S (Variables & Status) mode',
+      conf => [ qw(S) ],
+   },
+);
+
+# ###########################################################################
+# Config file sections {{{2
+# The configuration file is broken up into sections like a .ini file.  This
+# variable defines those sections and the subroutines responsible for reading
+# and writing them.
+# ###########################################################################
+my %config_file_sections = (
+   plugins => {
+      reader => \&load_config_plugins,
+      writer => \&save_config_plugins,
+   },
+   group_by => {
+      reader => \&load_config_group_by,
+      writer => \&save_config_group_by,
+   },
+   filters => {
+      reader => \&load_config_filters,
+      writer => \&save_config_filters,
+   },
+   active_filters => {
+      reader => \&load_config_active_filters,
+      writer => \&save_config_active_filters,
+   },
+   visible_tables => {
+      reader => \&load_config_visible_tables,
+      writer => \&save_config_visible_tables,
+   },
+   sort_cols => {
+      reader => \&load_config_sort_cols,
+      writer => \&save_config_sort_cols,
+   },
+   active_columns => {
+      reader => \&load_config_active_columns,
+      writer => \&save_config_active_columns,
+   },
+   tbl_meta => {
+      reader => \&load_config_tbl_meta,
+      writer => \&save_config_tbl_meta,
+   },
+   general => {
+      reader => \&load_config_config,
+      writer => \&save_config_config,
+   },
+   connections => {
+      reader => \&load_config_connections,
+      writer => \&save_config_connections,
+   },
+   active_connections => {
+      reader => \&load_config_active_connections,
+      writer => \&save_config_active_connections,
+   },
+   server_groups => {
+      reader => \&load_config_server_groups,
+      writer => \&save_config_server_groups,
+   },
+   active_server_groups => {
+      reader => \&load_config_active_server_groups,
+      writer => \&save_config_active_server_groups,
+   },
+   max_values_seen => {
+      reader => \&load_config_mvs,
+      writer => \&save_config_mvs,
+   },
+   varsets => {
+      reader => \&load_config_varsets,
+      writer => \&save_config_varsets,
+   },
+   colors => {
+      reader => \&load_config_colors,
+      writer => \&save_config_colors,
+   },
+   stmt_sleep_times => {
+      reader => \&load_config_stmt_sleep_times,
+      writer => \&save_config_stmt_sleep_times,
+   },
+);
+
+# Config file sections have some dependencies, so they have to be read/written in order.
+my @ordered_config_file_sections = qw(general plugins filters active_filters tbl_meta
+   connections active_connections server_groups active_server_groups max_values_seen
+   active_columns sort_cols visible_tables varsets colors stmt_sleep_times
+   group_by);
+
+# All events for which plugins may register themselves.  Entries are arrayrefs.
+my %event_listener_for = map { $_ => [] }
+   qw(
+      extract_values
+      set_to_tbl_pre_filter set_to_tbl_pre_sort set_to_tbl_pre_group
+      set_to_tbl_pre_colorize set_to_tbl_pre_transform set_to_tbl_pre_pivot
+      set_to_tbl_pre_create set_to_tbl_post_create
+      draw_screen
+   );
+
+# All variables to which plugins have access.
+my %pluggable_vars = (
+   action_for    => \%action_for,
+   agg_funcs     => \%agg_funcs,
+   config        => \%config,
+   connections   => \%connections,
+   dbhs          => \%dbhs,
+   filters       => \%filters,
+   modes         => \%modes,
+   server_groups => \%server_groups,
+   tbl_meta      => \%tbl_meta,
+   trans_funcs   => \%trans_funcs,
+   var_sets      => \%var_sets,
+);
+
+# ###########################################################################
+# Contains logic to generate prepared statements for a given function for a
+# given DB connection.  Returns a $sth.
+# ###########################################################################
+my %stmt_maker_for = (
+   INNODB_STATUS => sub {
+      my ( $dbh ) = @_;
+      return $dbh->prepare(version_ge( $dbh, '5.0.0' )
+             ? 'SHOW ENGINE INNODB STATUS'
+             : 'SHOW INNODB STATUS');
+   },
+   SHOW_VARIABLES => sub {
+      my ( $dbh ) = @_;
+      return $dbh->prepare($config{global}->{val} && version_ge( $dbh, '4.0.3' )
+             ? 'SHOW GLOBAL VARIABLES'
+             : 'SHOW VARIABLES');
+   },
+   SHOW_STATUS => sub {
+      my ( $dbh ) = @_;
+      return $dbh->prepare($config{global}->{val} && version_ge( $dbh, '5.0.2' )
+             ? 'SHOW GLOBAL STATUS'
+             : 'SHOW STATUS');
+   },
+   KILL_QUERY => sub {
+      my ( $dbh ) = @_;
+      return $dbh->prepare(version_ge( $dbh, '5.0.0' )
+             ? 'KILL QUERY ?'
+             : 'KILL ?');
+   },
+   SHOW_MASTER_LOGS => sub {
+      my ( $dbh ) = @_;
+      return $dbh->prepare('SHOW MASTER LOGS');
+   },
+   SHOW_MASTER_STATUS => sub {
+      my ( $dbh ) = @_;
+      return $dbh->prepare('SHOW MASTER STATUS');
+   },
+   SHOW_SLAVE_STATUS => sub {
+      my ( $dbh ) = @_;
+      return $dbh->prepare('SHOW SLAVE STATUS');
+   },
+   KILL_CONNECTION => sub {
+      my ( $dbh ) = @_;
+      return $dbh->prepare(version_ge( $dbh, '5.0.0' )
+             ? 'KILL CONNECTION ?'
+             : 'KILL ?');
+   },
+   OPEN_TABLES => sub {
+      my ( $dbh ) = @_;
+      return version_ge($dbh, '4.0.0')
+         ? $dbh->prepare('SHOW OPEN TABLES')
+         : undef;
+   },
+   PROCESSLIST => sub {
+      my ( $dbh ) = @_;
+      return $dbh->prepare('SHOW FULL PROCESSLIST');
+   },
+);
+
+# Plugins!
+my %plugins = (
+);
+
+# ###########################################################################
+# Run the program {{{1
+# ###########################################################################
+
+# This config variable is only useful for MS Windows because its terminal
+# can't tell how tall it is.
+if ( !$windows ) {
+   delete $config{max_height};
+}
+
+# Try to lower my priority.
+eval { setpriority(0, 0, getpriority(0, 0) + 10); };
+
+# Print stuff to the screen immediately, don't wait for a newline.
+$OUTPUT_AUTOFLUSH = 1;
+
+# Clear the screen and load the configuration.
+$clear_screen_sub->();
+load_config();
+post_process_tbl_meta();
+
+# Make sure no changes are written to config file in non-interactive mode.
+if ( $opts{n} ) {
+   $config{readonly}->{val} = 1;
+}
+
+eval {
+
+   # Open the file for InnoDB status
+   if ( @ARGV ) {
+      my $filename = shift @ARGV;
+      open $file, "<", $filename
+         or die "Cannot open '$filename': $OS_ERROR";
+   }
+
+   # In certain modes we might have to collect data for two cycles
+   # before printing anything out, so we need to bump up the count one.
+   if ( $opts{n} && $opts{count} && $config{status_inc}->{val}
+      && $config{mode}->{val} =~ m/[S]/ )
+   {
+      $opts{count}++;
+   }
+
+   while (++$clock) {
+
+      my $mode = $config{mode}->{val} || 'T';
+      if ( !$modes{$mode} ) {
+         die "Mode '$mode' doesn't exist; try one of these:\n"
+            . join("\n", map { "  $_ $modes{$_}->{hdr}" }  sort keys %modes)
+            . "\n";
+      }
+
+      if ( !$opts{n} ) {
+         @last_term_size = @this_term_size;
+         @this_term_size = Term::ReadKey::GetTerminalSize(\*STDOUT);
+         if ( $windows ) {
+            $this_term_size[0]--;
+            $this_term_size[1]
+               = min($this_term_size[1], $config{max_height}->{val});
+         }
+         die("Can't read terminal size") unless @this_term_size;
+      }
+
+      # If there's no connection to a database server, we need to fix that...
+      if ( !%connections ) {
+         print "You have not defined any database connections.\n\n";
+         add_new_dsn();
+      }
+
+      # See whether there are any connections defined for this mode.  If there's only one
+      # connection total, assume the user wants to just use innotop for a single server
+      # and don't ask which server to connect to.  Also, if we're monitoring from a file,
+      # we just use the first connection.
+      if ( !get_connections() ) {
+         if ( $file || 1 == scalar keys %connections ) {
+            $modes{$config{mode}->{val}}->{connections} = [ keys %connections ];
+         }
+         else {
+            choose_connections();
+         }
+      }
+
+      # Term::ReadLine might have re-set $OUTPUT_AUTOFLUSH.
+      $OUTPUT_AUTOFLUSH = 1;
+
+      # Prune old data
+      my $sets = $config{num_status_sets}->{val};
+      foreach my $store ( values %vars ) {
+         delete @{$store}{ grep { $_ < $clock - $sets } keys %$store };
+      }
+      %info_gotten = ();
+
+      # Call the subroutine to display this mode.
+      $modes{$mode}->{display_sub}->();
+
+      # It may be time to quit now.
+      if ( $opts{count} && $clock >= $opts{count} ) {
+         finish();
+      }
+
+      # Wait for a bit.
+      if ( $opts{n} ) {
+         sleep($config{interval}->{val});
+      }
+      else {
+         ReadMode('cbreak');
+         $char = ReadKey($config{interval}->{val});
+         ReadMode('normal');
+      }
+
+      # Handle whatever action the key indicates.
+      do_key_action();
+
+   }
+};
+if ( $EVAL_ERROR ) {
+   core_dump( $EVAL_ERROR );
+}
+finish();
+
+# Subroutines {{{1
+# Mode functions{{{2
+# switch_mode {{{3
+sub switch_mode {
+   my $mode = shift;
+   $config{mode}->{val} = $mode;
+}
+
+# Prompting functions {{{2
+# prompt_list {{{3
+# Prompts the user for a value, given a question, initial value,
+# a completion function and a hashref of hints.
+sub prompt_list {
+   die "Can't call in non-interactive mode" if $opts{n};
+   my ( $question, $init, $completion, $hints ) = @_;
+   if ( $hints ) {
+      # Figure out how wide the table will be
+      my $max_name = max(map { length($_) } keys %$hints );
+      $max_name ||= 0;
+      $max_name +=  3;
+      my @meta_rows = create_table2(
+               [ sort keys %$hints ],
+               { map { $_ => $_ } keys %$hints },
+               { map { $_ => trunc($hints->{$_}, $this_term_size[0] - $max_name) } keys %$hints },
+               { sep => '  ' });
+      if (@meta_rows > 10) {
+         # Try to split and stack the meta rows next to each other
+         my $split = int(@meta_rows / 2);
+         @meta_rows = stack_next(
+            [@meta_rows[0..$split - 1]],
+            [@meta_rows[$split..$#meta_rows]],
+            { pad => ' | '},
+         );
+      }
+      print join( "\n",
+         '',
+         map { ref $_ ? colored(@$_) : $_ } create_caption('Choose from', @meta_rows), ''),
+         "\n";
+   }
+   $term->Attribs->{completion_function} = $completion;
+   my $answer = $term->readline("$question: ", $init);
+   $OUTPUT_AUTOFLUSH = 1;
+   $answer = '' if !defined($answer);
+   $answer =~ s/\s+$//;
+   return $answer;
+}
+
+# prompt {{{3
+# Prints out a prompt and reads from the keyboard, then validates with the
+# validation regex until the input is correct.
+sub prompt {
+   die "Can't call in non-interactive mode" if $opts{n};
+   my ( $prompt, $regex, $init, $completion ) = @_;
+   my $response;
+   my $success = 0;
+   do {
+      if ( $completion ) {
+         $term->Attribs->{completion_function} = $completion;
+      }
+      $response = $term->readline("$prompt: ", $init);
+      if ( $regex && $response !~ m/$regex/ ) {
+         print "Invalid response.\n\n";
+      }
+      else {
+         $success = 1;
+      }
+   } while ( !$success );
+   $OUTPUT_AUTOFLUSH = 1;
+   $response =~ s/\s+$//;
+   return $response;
+}
+
+# prompt_noecho {{{3
+# Unfortunately, suppressing echo with Term::ReadLine isn't reliable; the user might not
+# have that library, or it might not support that feature.
+sub prompt_noecho {
+   my ( $prompt ) = @_;
+   print colored("$prompt: ", 'underline');
+   my $response;
+   ReadMode('noecho');
+   $response = <STDIN>;
+   chomp($response);
+   ReadMode('normal');
+   return $response;
+}
+
+# do_key_action {{{3
+# Depending on whether a key was read, do something.  Keys have certain
+# actions defined in lookup tables.  Each mode may have its own lookup table,
+# which trumps the global table -- so keys can be context-sensitive.  The key
+# may be read and written in a subroutine, so it's a global.
+sub do_key_action {
+   if ( defined $char ) {
+      my $mode = $config{mode}->{val};
+      my $action
+         = defined($modes{$mode}->{action_for}->{$char})
+         ? $modes{$mode}->{action_for}->{$char}->{action}
+         : defined($action_for{$char})
+         ? $action_for{$char}->{action}
+         : sub{};
+      $action->();
+   }
+}
+
+# pause {{{3
+sub pause {
+   die "Can't call in non-interactive mode" if $opts{n};
+   my $msg = shift;
+   print defined($msg) ? "\n$msg" : "\nPress any key to continue";
+   ReadMode('cbreak');
+   my $char = ReadKey(0);
+   ReadMode('normal');
+   return $char;
+}
+
+# reverse_sort {{{3
+sub reverse_sort {
+   my $tbl = shift;
+   $tbl_meta{$tbl}->{sort_dir} *= -1;
+}
+
+# select_cxn {{{3
+# Selects connection(s).  If the mode (or argument list) has only one, returns
+# it without prompt.
+sub select_cxn {
+   my ( $prompt, @cxns ) = @_;
+   if ( !@cxns ) {
+      @cxns = get_connections();
+   }
+   if ( @cxns == 1 ) {
+      return $cxns[0];
+   }
+   my $choices = prompt_list(
+         $prompt,
+         $cxns[0],
+         sub{ return @cxns },
+         { map { $_ => $connections{$_}->{dsn} } @cxns });
+   my @result = unique(grep { my $a = $_; grep { $_ eq $a } @cxns } split(/\s+/, $choices));
+   return @result;
+}
+
+# kill_query {{{3
+# Kills a connection, or on new versions, optionally a query but not connection.
+sub kill_query {
+   my ( $q_or_c ) = @_;
+
+   my $info = choose_thread(
+      sub { 1 },
+      'Select a thread to kill the ' . $q_or_c,
+   );
+   return unless $info;
+   return unless pause("Kill $info->{id}?") =~ m/y/i;
+
+   eval {
+      do_stmt($info->{cxn}, $q_or_c eq 'QUERY' ? 'KILL_QUERY' : 'KILL_CONNECTION', $info->{id} );
+   };
+
+   if ( $EVAL_ERROR ) {
+      print "\nError: $EVAL_ERROR";
+      pause();
+   }
+}
+
+# set_display_precision {{{3
+sub set_display_precision {
+   my $dir = shift;
+   $config{num_digits}->{val} = min(9, max(0, $config{num_digits}->{val} + $dir));
+}
+
+sub toggle_visible_table {
+   my ( $mode, $table ) = @_;
+   my $visible = $modes{$mode}->{visible_tables};
+   if ( grep { $_ eq $table } @$visible ) {
+      $modes{$mode}->{visible_tables} = [ grep { $_ ne $table } @$visible ];
+   }
+   else {
+      unshift @$visible, $table;
+   }
+   $modes{$mode}->{cust}->{visible_tables} = 1;
+}
+
+# toggle_filter{{{3
+sub toggle_filter {
+   my ( $tbl, $filter ) = @_;
+   my $filters = $tbl_meta{$tbl}->{filters};
+   if ( grep { $_ eq $filter } @$filters ) {
+      $tbl_meta{$tbl}->{filters} = [ grep { $_ ne $filter } @$filters ];
+   }
+   else {
+      push @$filters, $filter;
+   }
+   $tbl_meta{$tbl}->{cust}->{filters} = 1;
+}
+
+# toggle_config {{{3
+sub toggle_config {
+   my ( $key ) = @_;
+   $config{$key}->{val} ^= 1;
+}
+
+# create_deadlock {{{3
+sub create_deadlock {
+   $clear_screen_sub->();
+
+   print "This function will deliberately cause a small deadlock, "
+      . "clearing deadlock information from the InnoDB monitor.\n\n";
+
+   my $answer = prompt("Are you sure you want to proceed?  Say 'y' if you do");
+   return 0 unless $answer eq 'y';
+
+   my ( $cxn ) = select_cxn('Clear on which server? ');
+   return unless $cxn && exists($connections{$cxn});
+
+   clear_deadlock($cxn);
+}
+
+# deadlock_thread {{{3
+sub deadlock_thread {
+   my ( $id, $tbl, $cxn ) = @_;
+
+   eval {
+      my $dbh = get_new_db_connection($cxn, 1);
+      my @stmts = (
+         "set transaction isolation level serializable",
+         (version_ge($dbh, '4.0.11') ? "start transaction" : 'begin'),
+         "select * from $tbl where a = $id",
+         "update $tbl set a = $id where a <> $id",
+      );
+
+      foreach my $stmt (@stmts[0..2]) {
+         $dbh->do($stmt);
+      }
+      sleep(1 + $id);
+      $dbh->do($stmts[-1]);
+   };
+   if ( $EVAL_ERROR ) {
+      if ( $EVAL_ERROR !~ m/Deadlock found/ ) {
+         die $EVAL_ERROR;
+      }
+   }
+   exit(0);
+}
+
+# Purges unused binlogs on the master, up to but not including the latest log.
+# TODO: guess which connections are slaves of a given master.
+sub purge_master_logs {
+   my @cxns = get_connections();
+
+   get_master_slave_status(@cxns);
+
+   # Toss out the rows that don't have master/slave status...
+   my @vars =
+      grep { $_ && ($_->{file} || $_->{master_host}) }
+      map  { $vars{$_}->{$clock} } @cxns;
+   @cxns = map { $_->{cxn} } @vars;
+
+   # Figure out which master to purge ons.
+   my @masters = map { $_->{cxn} } grep { $_->{file} } @vars;
+   my ( $master ) = select_cxn('Which master?', @masters );
+   return unless $master;
+   my ($master_status) = grep { $_->{cxn} eq $master } @vars;
+
+   # Figure out the result order (not lexical order) of master logs.
+   my @master_logs = get_master_logs($master);
+   my $i = 0;
+   my %master_logs = map { $_->{log_name} => $i++ } @master_logs;
+
+   # Ask which slave(s) are reading from this master.
+   my @slave_status = grep { $_->{master_host} } @vars;
+   my @slaves = map { $_->{cxn} } @slave_status;
+   @slaves = select_cxn("Which slaves are reading from $master?", @slaves);
+   @slave_status = grep { my $item = $_; grep { $item->{cxn} eq $_ } @slaves } @slave_status;
+   return unless @slave_status;
+
+   # Find the minimum binary log in use.
+   my $min_log = min(map { $master_logs{$_->{master_log_file}} } @slave_status);
+   my $log_name = $master_logs[$min_log]->{log_name};
+
+   my $stmt = "PURGE MASTER LOGS TO '$log_name'";
+   send_cmd_to_servers($stmt, 0, 'PURGE {MASTER | BINARY} LOGS {TO "log_name" | BEFORE "date"}', [$master]);
+}
+
+sub send_cmd_to_servers {
+   my ( $cmd, $all, $hint, $cxns ) = @_;
+   if ( $all ) {
+      @$cxns = get_connections();
+   }
+   elsif ( !@$cxns ) {
+      @$cxns = select_cxn('Which servers?', @$cxns);
+   }
+   if ( $hint ) {
+      print "\nHint: $hint\n";
+   }
+   $cmd = prompt('Command to send', undef, $cmd);
+   foreach my $cxn ( @$cxns ) {
+      eval {
+         my $sth = do_query($cxn, $cmd);
+      };
+      if ( $EVAL_ERROR ) {
+         print "Error from $cxn: $EVAL_ERROR\n";
+      }
+      else {
+         print "Success on $cxn\n";
+      }
+   }
+   pause();
+}
+
+# Display functions {{{2
+
+sub set_s_mode {
+   my ( $func ) = @_;
+   $clear_screen_sub->();
+   $config{S_func}->{val} = $func;
+}
+
+# start_S_mode {{{3
+sub start_S_mode {
+   $clear_screen_sub->();
+   switch_mode('S');
+}
+
+# display_B {{{3
+sub display_B {
+   my @display_lines;
+   my @cxns = get_connections();
+   get_innodb_status(\@cxns);
+
+   my @buffer_pool;
+   my @page_statistics;
+   my @insert_buffers;
+   my @adaptive_hash_index;
+   my %rows_for = (
+      buffer_pool         => \@buffer_pool,
+      page_statistics     => \@page_statistics,
+      insert_buffers      => \@insert_buffers,
+      adaptive_hash_index => \@adaptive_hash_index,
+   );
+
+   my @visible = get_visible_tables();
+   my %wanted  = map { $_ => 1 } @visible;
+
+   foreach my $cxn ( @cxns ) {
+      my $set = $vars{$cxn}->{$clock};
+      my $pre = $vars{$cxn}->{$clock-1} || $set;
+
+      if ( $set->{IB_bp_complete} ) {
+         if ( $wanted{buffer_pool} ) {
+            push @buffer_pool, extract_values($set, $set, $pre, 'buffer_pool');
+         }
+         if ( $wanted{page_statistics} ) {
+            push @page_statistics, extract_values($set, $set, $pre, 'page_statistics');
+         }
+      }
+      if ( $set->{IB_ib_complete} ) {
+         if ( $wanted{insert_buffers} ) {
+            push @insert_buffers, extract_values(
+               $config{status_inc}->{val} ? inc(0, $cxn) : $set, $set, $pre,
+               'insert_buffers');
+         }
+         if ( $wanted{adaptive_hash_index} ) {
+            push @adaptive_hash_index, extract_values($set, $set, $pre, 'adaptive_hash_index');
+         }
+      }
+   }
+
+   my $first_table = 0;
+   foreach my $tbl ( @visible ) {
+      push @display_lines, '', set_to_tbl($rows_for{$tbl}, $tbl);
+      push @display_lines, get_cxn_errors(@cxns)
+         if ( $config{debug}->{val} || !$first_table++ );
+   }
+
+   draw_screen(\@display_lines);
+}
+
+# display_C {{{3
+sub display_C {
+   my @display_lines;
+   my @cxns = get_connections();
+   get_status_info(@cxns);
+
+   my @cmd_summary;
+   my %rows_for = (
+      cmd_summary => \@cmd_summary,
+   );
+
+   my @visible = get_visible_tables();
+   my %wanted  = map { $_ => 1 } @visible;
+
+   # For now, I'm manually pulling these variables out and pivoting.  Eventually a SQL-ish
+   # dialect should let me join a table to a grouped and pivoted table and do this more easily.
+   # TODO: make it so.
+   my $prefix = qr/^$config{cmd_filter}->{val}/; # TODO: this is a total hack
+   my @values;
+   my ($total, $last_total) = (0, 0);
+   foreach my $cxn ( @cxns ) {
+      my $set = $vars{$cxn}->{$clock};
+      my $pre = $vars{$cxn}->{$clock-1} || $set;
+      foreach my $key ( keys %$set ) {
+         next unless $key =~ m/$prefix/i;
+         my $val = $set->{$key};
+         next unless defined $val && $val =~ m/^\d+$/;
+         my $last_val = $val - ($pre->{$key} || 0);
+         $total      += $val;
+         $last_total += $last_val;
+         push @values, {
+            name       => $key,
+            value      => $val,
+            last_value => $last_val,
+         };
+      }
+   }
+
+   # Add aggregation and turn into a real set TODO: total hack
+   if ( $wanted{cmd_summary} ) {
+      foreach my $value ( @values ) {
+         @{$value}{qw(total last_total)} = ($total, $last_total);
+         push @cmd_summary, extract_values($value, $value, $value, 'cmd_summary');
+      }
+   }
+
+   my $first_table = 0;
+   foreach my $tbl ( @visible ) {
+      push @display_lines, '', set_to_tbl($rows_for{$tbl}, $tbl);
+      push @display_lines, get_cxn_errors(@cxns)
+         if ( $config{debug}->{val} || !$first_table++ );
+   }
+
+   draw_screen(\@display_lines);
+}
+
+# display_D {{{3
+sub display_D {
+   my @display_lines;
+   my @cxns = get_connections();
+   get_innodb_status(\@cxns);
+
+   my @deadlock_transactions;
+   my @deadlock_locks;
+   my %rows_for = (
+      deadlock_transactions => \@deadlock_transactions,
+      deadlock_locks        => \@deadlock_locks,
+   );
+
+   my @visible = get_visible_tables();
+   my %wanted  = map { $_ => 1 } @visible;
+
+   foreach my $cxn ( @cxns ) {
+      my $innodb_status = $vars{$cxn}->{$clock};
+      my $prev_status   = $vars{$cxn}->{$clock-1} || $innodb_status;
+
+      if ( $innodb_status->{IB_dl_timestring} ) {
+
+         my $victim = $innodb_status->{IB_dl_rolled_back} || 0;
+
+         if ( %wanted ) {
+            foreach my $txn_id ( keys %{$innodb_status->{IB_dl_txns}} ) {
+               my $txn = $innodb_status->{IB_dl_txns}->{$txn_id};
+               my $pre = $prev_status->{IB_dl_txns}->{$txn_id} || $txn;
+
+               if ( $wanted{deadlock_transactions} ) {
+                  my $hash = extract_values($txn->{tx}, $txn->{tx}, $pre->{tx}, 'deadlock_transactions');
+                  $hash->{cxn}        = $cxn;
+                  $hash->{dl_txn_num} = $txn_id;
+                  $hash->{victim}     = $txn_id == $victim ? 'Yes' : 'No';
+                  $hash->{timestring} = $innodb_status->{IB_dl_timestring};
+                  $hash->{truncates}  = $innodb_status->{IB_dl_complete} ? 'No' : 'Yes';
+                  push @deadlock_transactions, $hash;
+               }
+
+               if ( $wanted{deadlock_locks} ) {
+                  foreach my $lock ( @{$txn->{locks}} ) {
+                     my $hash = extract_values($lock, $lock, $lock, 'deadlock_locks');
+                     $hash->{dl_txn_num}      = $txn_id;
+                     $hash->{cxn}             = $cxn;
+                     $hash->{mysql_thread_id} = $txn->{tx}->{mysql_thread_id};
+                     push @deadlock_locks, $hash;
+                  }
+               }
+
+            }
+         }
+      }
+   }
+
+   my $first_table = 0;
+   foreach my $tbl ( @visible ) {
+      push @display_lines, '', set_to_tbl($rows_for{$tbl}, $tbl);
+      push @display_lines, get_cxn_errors(@cxns)
+         if ( $config{debug}->{val} || !$first_table++ );
+   }
+
+   draw_screen(\@display_lines);
+}
+
+# display_F {{{3
+sub display_F {
+   my @display_lines;
+   my ( $cxn ) = get_connections();
+   get_innodb_status([$cxn]);
+   my $innodb_status = $vars{$cxn}->{$clock};
+
+   if ( $innodb_status->{IB_fk_timestring} ) {
+
+      push @display_lines, 'Reason: ' . $innodb_status->{IB_fk_reason};
+
+      # Display FK errors caused by invalid DML.
+      if ( $innodb_status->{IB_fk_txn} ) {
+         my $txn = $innodb_status->{IB_fk_txn};
+         push @display_lines,
+            '',
+            "User $txn->{user} from $txn->{hostname}, thread $txn->{mysql_thread_id} was executing:",
+            '', no_ctrl_char($txn->{query_text});
+      }
+
+      my @fk_table = create_table2(
+         $tbl_meta{fk_error}->{visible},
+         meta_to_hdr('fk_error'),
+         extract_values($innodb_status, $innodb_status, $innodb_status, 'fk_error'),
+         { just => '-', sep => '  '});
+      push @display_lines, '', @fk_table;
+
+   }
+   else {
+      push @display_lines, '', 'No foreign key error data.';
+   }
+   draw_screen(\@display_lines, { raw => 1 } );
+}
+
+# display_I {{{3
+sub display_I {
+   my @display_lines;
+   my @cxns = get_connections();
+   get_innodb_status(\@cxns);
+
+   my @io_threads;
+   my @pending_io;
+   my @file_io_misc;
+   my @log_statistics;
+   my %rows_for = (
+      io_threads     => \@io_threads,
+      pending_io     => \@pending_io,
+      file_io_misc   => \@file_io_misc,
+      log_statistics => \@log_statistics,
+   );
+
+   my @visible = get_visible_tables();
+   my %wanted  = map { $_ => 1 } @visible;
+
+   foreach my $cxn ( @cxns ) {
+      my $set = $vars{$cxn}->{$clock};
+      my $pre = $vars{$cxn}->{$clock-1} || $set;
+
+      if ( $set->{IB_io_complete} ) {
+         if ( $wanted{io_threads} ) {
+            my $cur_threads = $set->{IB_io_threads};
+            my $pre_threads = $pre->{IB_io_threads} || $cur_threads;
+            foreach my $key ( sort keys %$cur_threads ) {
+               my $cur_thd = $cur_threads->{$key};
+               my $pre_thd = $pre_threads->{$key} || $cur_thd;
+               my $hash = extract_values($cur_thd, $cur_thd, $pre_thd, 'io_threads');
+               $hash->{cxn} = $cxn;
+               push @io_threads, $hash;
+            }
+         }
+         if ( $wanted{pending_io} ) {
+            push @pending_io, extract_values($set, $set, $pre, 'pending_io');
+         }
+         if ( $wanted{file_io_misc} ) {
+            push @file_io_misc, extract_values(
+               $config{status_inc}->{val} ? inc(0, $cxn) : $set,
+               $set, $pre, 'file_io_misc');
+         }
+      }
+      if ( $set->{IB_lg_complete} && $wanted{log_statistics} ) {
+         push @log_statistics, extract_values($set, $set, $pre, 'log_statistics');
+      }
+   }
+
+   my $first_table = 0;
+   foreach my $tbl ( @visible ) {
+      push @display_lines, '', set_to_tbl($rows_for{$tbl}, $tbl);
+      push @display_lines, get_cxn_errors(@cxns)
+         if ( $config{debug}->{val} || !$first_table++ );
+   }
+
+   draw_screen(\@display_lines);
+}
+
+# display_L {{{3
+sub display_L {
+   my @display_lines;
+   my @cxns = get_connections();
+   get_innodb_status(\@cxns);
+
+   my @innodb_locks;
+   my %rows_for = (
+      innodb_locks => \@innodb_locks,
+   );
+
+   my @visible = get_visible_tables();
+   my %wanted  = map { $_ => 1 } @visible;
+
+   # Get info on locks
+   foreach my $cxn ( @cxns ) {
+      my $set = $vars{$cxn}->{$clock} or next;
+      my $pre = $vars{$cxn}->{$clock-1} || $set;
+
+      if ( $wanted{innodb_locks} && defined $set->{IB_tx_transactions} && @{$set->{IB_tx_transactions}} ) {
+
+         my $cur_txns = $set->{IB_tx_transactions};
+         my $pre_txns = $pre->{IB_tx_transactions} || $cur_txns;
+         my %cur_txns = map { $_->{mysql_thread_id} => $_ } @$cur_txns;
+         my %pre_txns = map { $_->{mysql_thread_id} => $_ } @$pre_txns;
+         foreach my $txn ( @$cur_txns ) {
+            foreach my $lock ( @{$txn->{locks}} ) {
+               my %hash = map { $_ => $txn->{$_} } qw(txn_id mysql_thread_id lock_wait_time active_secs);
+               map { $hash{$_} = $lock->{$_} } qw(lock_type space_id page_no n_bits index db table txn_id lock_mode special insert_intention waiting);
+               $hash{cxn} = $cxn;
+               push @innodb_locks, extract_values(\%hash, \%hash, \%hash, 'innodb_locks');
+            }
+         }
+      }
+   }
+
+   my $first_table = 0;
+   foreach my $tbl ( @visible ) {
+      push @display_lines, '', set_to_tbl($rows_for{$tbl}, $tbl);
+      push @display_lines, get_cxn_errors(@cxns)
+         if ( $config{debug}->{val} || !$first_table++ );
+   }
+
+   draw_screen(\@display_lines);
+}
+
+# display_M {{{3
+sub display_M {
+   my @display_lines;
+   my @cxns = get_connections();
+   get_master_slave_status(@cxns);
+   get_status_info(@cxns);
+
+   my @slave_sql_status;
+   my @slave_io_status;
+   my @master_status;
+   my %rows_for = (
+      slave_sql_status => \@slave_sql_status,
+      slave_io_status  => \@slave_io_status,
+      master_status    => \@master_status,
+   );
+
+   my @visible = get_visible_tables();
+   my %wanted  = map { $_ => 1 } @visible;
+
+   foreach my $cxn ( @cxns ) {
+      my $set  = $config{status_inc}->{val} ? inc(0, $cxn) : $vars{$cxn}->{$clock};
+      my $pre  = $vars{$cxn}->{$clock - 1} || $set;
+      if ( $wanted{slave_sql_status} ) {
+         push @slave_sql_status, extract_values($set, $set, $pre, 'slave_sql_status');
+      }
+      if ( $wanted{slave_io_status} ) {
+         push @slave_io_status, extract_values($set, $set, $pre, 'slave_io_status');
+      }
+      if ( $wanted{master_status} ) {
+         push @master_status, extract_values($set, $set, $pre, 'master_status');
+      }
+   }
+
+   my $first_table = 0;
+   foreach my $tbl ( @visible ) {
+      push @display_lines, '', set_to_tbl($rows_for{$tbl}, $tbl);
+      push @display_lines, get_cxn_errors(@cxns)
+         if ( $config{debug}->{val} || !$first_table++ );
+   }
+
+   draw_screen(\@display_lines);
+}
+
+# display_O {{{3
+sub display_O {
+   my @display_lines = ('');
+   my @cxns          = get_connections();
+   my @open_tables   = get_open_tables(@cxns);
+   my @tables = map { extract_values($_, $_, $_, 'open_tables') } @open_tables;
+   push @display_lines, set_to_tbl(\@tables, 'open_tables'), get_cxn_errors(@cxns);
+   draw_screen(\@display_lines);
+}
+
+# display_Q {{{3
+sub display_Q {
+   my @display_lines;
+
+   my @q_header;
+   my @processlist;
+   my %rows_for = (
+      q_header    => \@q_header,
+      processlist => \@processlist,
+   );
+
+   my @visible = $opts{n} ? 'processlist' : get_visible_tables();
+   my %wanted  = map { $_ => 1 } @visible;
+
+   # Get the data
+   my @cxns             = get_connections();
+   my @full_processlist = get_full_processlist(@cxns);
+
+   # Create header
+   if ( $wanted{q_header} ) {
+      get_status_info(@cxns);
+      foreach my $cxn ( @cxns ) {
+         my $set = $vars{$cxn}->{$clock};
+         my $pre = $vars{$cxn}->{$clock-1} || $set;
+         my $hash = extract_values($set, $set, $pre, 'q_header');
+         $hash->{cxn} = $cxn;
+         $hash->{when} = 'Total';
+         push @q_header, $hash;
+
+         if ( exists $vars{$cxn}->{$clock - 1} ) {
+            my $inc = inc(0, $cxn);
+            my $hash = extract_values($inc, $set, $pre, 'q_header');
+            $hash->{cxn} = $cxn;
+            $hash->{when} = 'Now';
+            push @q_header, $hash;
+         }
+      }
+   }
+
+   if ( $wanted{processlist} ) {
+      # TODO: save prev values
+      push @processlist, map { extract_values($_, $_, $_, 'processlist') } @full_processlist;
+   }
+
+   my $first_table = 0;
+   foreach my $tbl ( @visible ) {
+      next unless $wanted{$tbl};
+      push @display_lines, '', set_to_tbl($rows_for{$tbl}, $tbl);
+      push @display_lines, get_cxn_errors(@cxns)
+         if ( $config{debug}->{val} || !$first_table++ );
+   }
+
+   # Save queries in global variable for analysis.  The rows in %rows_for have been
+   # filtered, etc as a side effect of set_to_tbl(), so they are the same as the rows
+   # that get pushed to the screen.
+   @current_queries = map {
+      my %hash;
+      @hash{ qw(cxn id db query secs) } = @{$_}{ qw(cxn mysql_thread_id db info secs) };
+      \%hash;
+   } @{$rows_for{processlist}};
+
+   draw_screen(\@display_lines);
+}
+
+# display_R {{{3
+sub display_R {
+   my @display_lines;
+   my @cxns = get_connections();
+   get_innodb_status(\@cxns);
+
+   my @row_operations;
+   my @row_operation_misc;
+   my @semaphores;
+   my @wait_array;
+   my %rows_for = (
+      row_operations     => \@row_operations,
+      row_operation_misc => \@row_operation_misc,
+      semaphores         => \@semaphores,
+      wait_array         => \@wait_array,
+   );
+
+   my @visible = get_visible_tables();
+   my %wanted  = map { $_ => 1 } @visible;
+   my $incvar  = $config{status_inc}->{val};
+
+   foreach my $cxn ( @cxns ) {
+      my $set = $vars{$cxn}->{$clock};
+      my $pre = $vars{$cxn}->{$clock-1} || $set;
+      my $inc; # Only assigned to if wanted
+
+      if ( $set->{IB_ro_complete} ) {
+         if ( $wanted{row_operations} ) {
+            $inc ||= $incvar ? inc(0, $cxn) : $set;
+            push @row_operations, extract_values($inc, $set, $pre, 'row_operations');
+         }
+         if ( $wanted{row_operation_misc} ) {
+            push @row_operation_misc, extract_values($set, $set, $pre, 'row_operation_misc'),
+         }
+      }
+
+      if ( $set->{IB_sm_complete} && $wanted{semaphores} ) {
+         $inc ||= $incvar ? inc(0, $cxn) : $set;
+         push @semaphores, extract_values($inc, $set, $pre, 'semaphores');
+      }
+
+      if ( $set->{IB_sm_wait_array_size} && $wanted{wait_array} ) {
+         foreach my $wait ( @{$set->{IB_sm_waits}} ) {
+            my $hash = extract_values($wait, $wait, $wait, 'wait_array');
+            $hash->{cxn} = $cxn;
+            push @wait_array, $hash;
+         }
+      }
+   }
+
+   my $first_table = 0;
+   foreach my $tbl ( @visible ) {
+      push @display_lines, '', set_to_tbl($rows_for{$tbl}, $tbl);
+      push @display_lines, get_cxn_errors(@cxns)
+         if ( $config{debug}->{val} || !$first_table++ );
+   }
+
+   draw_screen(\@display_lines);
+}
+
+# display_T {{{3
+sub display_T {
+   my @display_lines;
+
+   my @t_header;
+   my @innodb_transactions;
+   my %rows_for = (
+      t_header            => \@t_header,
+      innodb_transactions => \@innodb_transactions,
+   );
+
+   my @visible = $opts{n} ? 'innodb_transactions' : get_visible_tables();
+   my %wanted  = map { $_ => 1 } @visible;
+
+   my @cxns = get_connections();
+
+   # If the header is to be shown, buffer pool data is required.
+   get_innodb_status( \@cxns, [ $wanted{t_header} ? qw(bp) : () ] );
+
+   foreach my $cxn ( get_connections() ) {
+      my $set = $vars{$cxn}->{$clock};
+      my $pre = $vars{$cxn}->{$clock-1} || $set;
+
+      next unless $set->{IB_tx_transactions};
+
+      if ( $wanted{t_header} ) {
+         my $hash = extract_values($set, $set, $pre, 't_header');
+         push @t_header, $hash;
+      }
+
+      if ( $wanted{innodb_transactions} ) {
+         my $cur_txns = $set->{IB_tx_transactions};
+         my $pre_txns = $pre->{IB_tx_transactions} || $cur_txns;
+         my %cur_txns = map { $_->{mysql_thread_id} => $_ } @$cur_txns;
+         my %pre_txns = map { $_->{mysql_thread_id} => $_ } @$pre_txns;
+         foreach my $thd_id ( sort keys %cur_txns ) {
+            my $cur_txn = $cur_txns{$thd_id};
+            my $pre_txn = $pre_txns{$thd_id} || $cur_txn;
+            my $hash    = extract_values($cur_txn, $cur_txn, $pre_txn, 'innodb_transactions');
+            $hash->{cxn} = $cxn;
+            push @innodb_transactions, $hash;
+         }
+      }
+
+   }
+
+   my $first_table = 0;
+   foreach my $tbl ( @visible ) {
+      push @display_lines, '', set_to_tbl($rows_for{$tbl}, $tbl);
+      push @display_lines, get_cxn_errors(@cxns)
+         if ( $config{debug}->{val} || !$first_table++ );
+   }
+
+   # Save queries in global variable for analysis.  The rows in %rows_for have been
+   # filtered, etc as a side effect of set_to_tbl(), so they are the same as the rows
+   # that get pushed to the screen.
+   @current_queries = map {
+      my %hash;
+      @hash{ qw(cxn id db query secs) } = @{$_}{ qw(cxn mysql_thread_id db query_text active_secs) };
+      \%hash;
+   } @{$rows_for{innodb_transactions}};
+
+   draw_screen(\@display_lines);
+}
+
+# display_S {{{3
+sub display_S {
+   my $fmt  = get_var_set('S_set');
+   my $func = $config{S_func}->{val};
+   my $inc  = $func eq 'g' || $config{status_inc}->{val};
+
+   # The table's meta-data is generated from the compiled var_set.
+   my ( $cols, $visible );
+   if ( $tbl_meta{var_status}->{fmt} && $fmt eq $tbl_meta{var_status}->{fmt} ) {
+      ( $cols, $visible ) = @{$tbl_meta{var_status}}{qw(cols visible)};
+   }
+   else {
+      ( $cols, $visible ) = compile_select_stmt($fmt);
+
+      # Apply missing values to columns.  Always apply averages across all connections.
+      map {
+         $_->{agg}   = 'avg';
+         $_->{label} = $_->{hdr};
+      } values %$cols;
+
+      $tbl_meta{var_status}->{cols}    = $cols;
+      $tbl_meta{var_status}->{visible} = $visible;
+      $tbl_meta{var_status}->{fmt}     = $fmt;
+      map { $tbl_meta{var_status}->{cols}->{$_}->{just} = ''} @$visible;
+   }
+
+   my @var_status;
+   my %rows_for = (
+      var_status => \@var_status,
+   );
+
+   my @visible = get_visible_tables();
+   my %wanted  = map { $_ => 1 } @visible;
+   my @cxns    = get_connections();
+
+   get_status_info(@cxns);
+   get_innodb_status(\@cxns);
+
+   # Set up whether to pivot and how many sets to extract.
+   $tbl_meta{var_status}->{pivot} = $func eq 'v';
+
+   my $num_sets
+      = $func eq 'v'
+      ? $config{num_status_sets}->{val}
+      : 0;
+   foreach my $set ( 0 .. $num_sets ) {
+      my @rows;
+      foreach my $cxn ( @cxns ) {
+         my $vars = $inc ? inc($set, $cxn) : $vars{$cxn}->{$clock - $set};
+         my $cur  = $vars{$cxn}->{$clock-$set};
+         my $pre  = $vars{$cxn}->{$clock-$set-1} || $cur;
+         next unless $vars && %$vars;
+         my $hash = extract_values($vars, $cur, $pre, 'var_status');
+         push @rows, $hash;
+      }
+      @rows = apply_group_by('var_status', [], @rows);
+      push @var_status, @rows;
+   }
+
+   # Recompile the sort func. TODO: avoid recompiling at every refresh.
+   # Figure out whether the data is all numeric and decide on a sort type.
+   # my $cmp
+   #   = scalar(
+   #      grep { !defined $_ || $_ !~ m/^\d+$/ }
+   #      map  { my $col = $_; map { $_->{$col} } @var_status }
+   #           $tbl_meta{var_status}->{sort_cols} =~ m/(\w+)/g)
+   #   ? 'cmp'
+   #   : '<=>';
+   $tbl_meta{var_status}->{sort_func} = make_sort_func($tbl_meta{var_status});
+
+   # ################################################################
+   # Now there is specific display code based on $config{S_func}
+   # ################################################################
+   if ( $func =~ m/s|g/ ) {
+      my $min_width = 4;
+
+      # Clear the screen if the display width changed.
+      if ( @last_term_size && $this_term_size[0] != $last_term_size[0] ) {
+         $lines_printed = 0;
+         $clear_screen_sub->();
+      }
+
+      if ( $func eq 's' ) {
+         # Decide how wide columns should be.
+         my $num_cols = scalar(@$visible);
+         my $width    = $opts{n} ? 0 : max($min_width, int(($this_term_size[0] - $num_cols + 1) / $num_cols));
+         my $g_format = $opts{n} ? ( "%s\t" x $num_cols ) : ( "%-${width}s " x $num_cols );
+
+         # Print headers every now and then.  Headers can get really long, so compact them.
+         my @hdr = @$visible;
+         if ( $opts{n} ) {
+            if ( $lines_printed == 0 ) {
+               print join("\t", @hdr), "\n";
+               $lines_printed++;
+            }
+         }
+         elsif ( $lines_printed == 0 || $lines_printed > $this_term_size[1] - 2 ) {
+            @hdr = map { donut(crunch($_, $width), $width) } @hdr;
+            print join(' ', map { sprintf( "%${width}s", donut($_, $width)) } @hdr) . "\n";
+            $lines_printed = 1;
+         }
+
+         # Design a column format for the values.
+         my $format
+            = $opts{n}
+            ? join("\t", map { '%s' } @$visible) . "\n"
+            : join(' ',  map { "%${width}s" } @hdr) . "\n";
+
+         foreach my $row ( @var_status ) {
+            printf($format, map { defined $_ ? $_ : '' } @{$row}{ @$visible });
+            $lines_printed++;
+         }
+      }
+      else { # 'g' mode
+         # Design a column format for the values.
+         my $num_cols = scalar(@$visible);
+         my $width    = $opts{n} ? 0 : int(($this_term_size[0] - $num_cols + 1) / $num_cols);
+         my $format   = $opts{n} ? ( "%s\t" x $num_cols ) : ( "%-${width}s " x $num_cols );
+         $format      =~ s/\s$/\n/;
+
+         # Print headers every now and then.
+         if ( $opts{n} ) {
+            if ( $lines_printed == 0 ) {
+               print join("\t", @$visible), "\n";
+               print join("\t", map { shorten($mvs{$_}) } @$visible), "\n";
+            }
+         }
+         elsif ( $lines_printed == 0 || $lines_printed > $this_term_size[1] - 2 ) {
+            printf($format, map { donut(crunch($_, $width), $width) } @$visible);
+            printf($format, map { shorten($mvs{$_} || 0) } @$visible);
+            $lines_printed = 2;
+         }
+
+         # Update the max ever seen, and scale by the max ever seen.
+         my $set = $var_status[0];
+         foreach my $col ( @$visible ) {
+            $set->{$col}  = 1 unless defined $set->{$col} && $set->{$col} =~ m/$num_regex/;
+            $set->{$col}  = ($set->{$col} || 1) / ($set->{Uptime_hires} || 1);
+            $mvs{$col}    = max($mvs{$col} || 1, $set->{$col});
+            $set->{$col} /= $mvs{$col};
+         }
+         printf($format, map { ( $config{graph_char}->{val} x int( $width * $set->{$_} )) || '.' } @$visible );
+         $lines_printed++;
+
+      }
+   }
+   else { # 'v'
+      my $first_table = 0;
+      my @display_lines;
+      foreach my $tbl ( @visible ) {
+         push @display_lines, '', set_to_tbl($rows_for{$tbl}, $tbl);
+         push @display_lines, get_cxn_errors(@cxns)
+            if ( $config{debug}->{val} || !$first_table++ );
+      }
+      $clear_screen_sub->();
+      draw_screen( \@display_lines );
+   }
+}
+
+# display_explain {{{3
+sub display_explain {
+   my $info = shift;
+   my $cxn   = $info->{cxn};
+   my $db    = $info->{db};
+
+   my ( $mods, $query ) = rewrite_for_explain($info->{query});
+
+   my @display_lines;
+
+   if ( $query ) {
+
+      my $part = version_ge($dbhs{$cxn}->{dbh}, '5.1.5') ? 'PARTITIONS' : '';
+      $query = "EXPLAIN $part\n" . $query;
+
+      eval {
+         if ( $db ) {
+            do_query($cxn, "use $db");
+         }
+         my $sth = do_query($cxn, $query);
+
+         my $res;
+         while ( $res = $sth->fetchrow_hashref() ) {
+            map { $res->{$_} ||= '' } ( 'partitions', keys %$res);
+            my @this_table = create_caption("Sub-Part $res->{id}",
+               create_table2(
+                  $tbl_meta{explain}->{visible},
+                  meta_to_hdr('explain'),
+                  extract_values($res, $res, $res, 'explain')));
+            @display_lines = stack_next(\@display_lines, \@this_table, { pad => '  ', vsep => 2 });
+         }
+      };
+
+      if ( $EVAL_ERROR ) {
+         push @display_lines,
+            '',
+            "The query could not be explained.  Only SELECT queries can be "
+            . "explained; innotop tries to rewrite certain REPLACE and INSERT queries "
+            . "into SELECT, but this doesn't always succeed.";
+      }
+
+   }
+   else {
+      push @display_lines, '', 'The query could not be explained.';
+   }
+
+   if ( $mods ) {
+      push @display_lines, '', '[This query has been re-written to be explainable]';
+   }
+
+   unshift @display_lines, no_ctrl_char($query);
+   draw_screen(\@display_lines, { raw => 1 } );
+}
+
+# rewrite_for_explain {{{3
+sub rewrite_for_explain {
+   my $query = shift;
+
+   my $mods = 0;
+   my $orig = $query;
+   $mods += $query =~ s/^\s*(?:replace|insert).*?select/select/is;
+   $mods += $query =~ s/^
+      \s*create\s+(?:temporary\s+)?table
+      \s+(?:\S+\s+)as\s+select/select/xis;
+   $mods += $query =~ s/\s+on\s+duplicate\s+key\s+update.*$//is;
+   return ( $mods, $query );
+}
+
+# show_optimized_query {{{3
+sub show_optimized_query {
+   my $info = shift;
+   my $cxn   = $info->{cxn};
+   my $db    = $info->{db};
+   my $meta  = $dbhs{$cxn};
+
+   my @display_lines;
+
+   my ( $mods, $query ) = rewrite_for_explain($info->{query});
+
+   if ( $mods ) {
+      push @display_lines, '[This query has been re-written to be explainable]';
+   }
+
+   if ( $query ) {
+      push @display_lines, no_ctrl_char($info->{query});
+
+      eval {
+         if ( $db ) {
+            do_query($cxn, "use $db");
+         }
+         do_query( $cxn, 'EXPLAIN EXTENDED ' . $query ) or die "Can't explain query";
+         my $sth = do_query($cxn, 'SHOW WARNINGS');
+         my $res = $sth->fetchall_arrayref({});
+
+         if ( $res ) {
+            foreach my $result ( @$res ) {
+               push @display_lines, 'Note:', no_ctrl_char($result->{message});
+            }
+         }
+         else {
+            push @display_lines, '', 'The query optimization could not be generated.';
+         }
+      };
+
+      if ( $EVAL_ERROR ) {
+         push @display_lines, '', "The optimization could not be generated: $EVAL_ERROR";
+      }
+
+   }
+   else {
+      push @display_lines, '', 'The query optimization could not be generated.';
+   }
+
+   draw_screen(\@display_lines, { raw => 1 } );
+}
+
+# display_help {{{3
+sub display_help {
+   my $mode = $config{mode}->{val};
+
+   # Get globally mapped keys, then overwrite them with mode-specific ones.
+   my %keys = map {
+         $_ => $action_for{$_}->{label}
+      } keys %action_for;
+   foreach my $key ( keys %{$modes{$mode}->{action_for}} ) {
+      $keys{$key} = $modes{$mode}->{action_for}->{$key}->{label};
+   }
+   delete $keys{'?'};
+
+   # Split them into three kinds of keys: MODE keys, action keys, and
+   # magic (special character) keys.
+   my @modes   = sort grep { m/[A-Z]/   } keys %keys;
+   my @actions = sort grep { m/[a-z]/   } keys %keys;
+   my @magic   = sort grep { m/[^A-Z]/i } keys %keys;
+
+   my @display_lines = ( '', 'Switch to a different mode:' );
+
+   # Mode keys
+   my @all_modes = map { "$_  $modes{$_}->{hdr}" } @modes;
+   my @col1 = splice(@all_modes, 0, ceil(@all_modes/3));
+   my @col2 = splice(@all_modes, 0, ceil(@all_modes/2));
+   my $max1 = max(map {length($_)} @col1);
+   my $max2 = max(map {length($_)} @col2);
+   while ( @col1 ) {
+      push @display_lines, sprintf("   %-${max1}s  %-${max2}s  %s",
+         (shift @col1      || ''),
+         (shift @col2      || ''),
+         (shift @all_modes || ''));
+   }
+
+   # Action keys
+   my @all_actions = map { "$_  $keys{$_}" } @actions;
+   @col1 = splice(@all_actions, 0, ceil(@all_actions/2));
+   $max1 = max(map {length($_)} @col1);
+   push @display_lines, '', 'Actions:';
+   while ( @col1 ) {
+      push @display_lines, sprintf("   %-${max1}s  %s",
+         (shift @col1        || ''),
+         (shift @all_actions || ''));
+   }
+
+   # Magic keys
+   my @all_magic = map { sprintf('%4s', $action_for{$_}->{key} || $_) . "  $keys{$_}" } @magic;
+   @col1 = splice(@all_magic, 0, ceil(@all_magic/2));
+   $max1 = max(map {length($_)} @col1);
+   push @display_lines, '', 'Other:';
+   while ( @col1 ) {
+      push @display_lines, sprintf("%-${max1}s%s",
+         (shift @col1      || ''),
+         (shift @all_magic || ''));
+   }
+
+   $clear_screen_sub->();
+   draw_screen(\@display_lines, { show_all => 1 } );
+   pause();
+   $clear_screen_sub->();
+}
+
+# show_full_query {{{3
+sub show_full_query {
+   my $info = shift;
+   my @display_lines = no_ctrl_char($info->{query});
+   draw_screen(\@display_lines, { raw => 1 });
+}
+
+# Formatting functions {{{2
+
+# create_table2 {{{3
+# Makes a two-column table, labels on left, data on right.
+# Takes refs of @cols, %labels and %data, %user_prefs
+sub create_table2 {
+   my ( $cols, $labels, $data, $user_prefs ) = @_;
+   my @rows;
+
+   if ( @$cols && %$data ) {
+
+      # Override defaults
+      my $p = {
+         just  => '',
+         sep   => ':',
+         just1 => '-',
+      };
+      if ( $user_prefs ) {
+         map { $p->{$_} = $user_prefs->{$_} } keys %$user_prefs;
+      }
+
+      # Fix undef values
+      map { $data->{$_} = '' unless defined $data->{$_} } @$cols;
+
+      # Format the table
+      my $max_l = max(map{ length($labels->{$_}) } @$cols);
+      my $max_v = max(map{ length($data->{$_}) } @$cols);
+      my $format    = "%$p->{just}${max_l}s$p->{sep} %$p->{just1}${max_v}s";
+      foreach my $col ( @$cols ) {
+         push @rows, sprintf($format, $labels->{$col}, $data->{$col});
+      }
+   }
+   return @rows;
+}
+
+# stack_next {{{3
+# Stacks one display section next to the other.  Accepts left-hand arrayref,
+# right-hand arrayref, and options hashref.  Tries to stack as high as
+# possible, so
+# aaaaaa
+# bbb
+# can stack ccc next to the bbb.
+# NOTE: this DOES modify its arguments, even though it returns a new array.
+sub stack_next {
+   my ( $left, $right, $user_prefs ) = @_;
+   my @result;
+
+   my $p = {
+      pad   => ' ',
+      vsep  => 0,
+   };
+   if ( $user_prefs ) {
+      map { $p->{$_} = $user_prefs->{$_} } keys %$user_prefs;
+   }
+
+   # Find out how wide the LHS can be and still let the RHS fit next to it.
+   my $pad   = $p->{pad};
+   my $max_r = max( map { length($_) } @$right) || 0;
+   my $max_l = $this_term_size[0] - $max_r - length($pad);
+
+   # Find the minimum row on the LHS that the RHS will fit next to.
+   my $i = scalar(@$left) - 1;
+   while ( $i >= 0 && length($left->[$i]) <= $max_l ) {
+      $i--;
+   }
+   $i++;
+   my $offset = $i;
+
+   if ( $i < scalar(@$left) ) {
+      # Find the max width of the section of the LHS against which the RHS
+      # will sit.
+      my $max_i_in_common = min($i + scalar(@$right) - 1, scalar(@$left) - 1);
+      my $max_width = max( map { length($_) } @{$left}[$i..$max_i_in_common]);
+
+      # Append the RHS onto the LHS until one runs out.
+      while ( $i < @$left && $i - $offset < @$right ) {
+         my $format = "%-${max_width}s$pad%${max_r}s";
+         $left->[$i] = sprintf($format, $left->[$i], $right->[$i - $offset]);
+         $i++;
+      }
+      while ( $i - $offset < @$right ) {
+         # There is more RHS to push on the end of the array
+         push @$left,
+            sprintf("%${max_width}s$pad%${max_r}s", ' ', $right->[$i - $offset]);
+         $i++;
+      }
+      push @result, @$left;
+   }
+   else {
+      # There is no room to put them side by side.  Add them below, with
+      # a blank line above them if specified.
+      push @result, @$left;
+      push @result, (' ' x $this_term_size[0]) if $p->{vsep} && @$left;
+      push @result, @$right;
+   }
+   return @result;
+}
+
+# create_caption {{{3
+sub create_caption {
+   my ( $caption, @rows ) = @_;
+   if ( @rows ) {
+
+      # Calculate the width of what will be displayed, so it can be centered
+      # in that space.  When the thing is wider than the display, center the
+      # caption in the display.
+      my $width = min($this_term_size[0], max(map { length(ref($_) ? $_->[0] : $_) } @rows));
+
+      my $cap_len = length($caption);
+
+      # It may be narrow enough to pad the sides with underscores and save a
+      # line on the screen.
+      if ( $cap_len <= $width - 6 ) {
+         my $left = int(($width - 2 - $cap_len) / 2);
+         unshift @rows,
+            ("_" x $left) . " $caption " . ("_" x ($width - $left - $cap_len - 2));
+      }
+
+      # The caption is too wide to add underscores on each side.
+      else {
+
+         # Color is supported, so we can use terminal underlining.
+         if ( $config{color}->{val} ) {
+            my $left = int(($width - $cap_len) / 2);
+            unshift @rows, [
+               (" " x $left) . $caption . (" " x ($width - $left - $cap_len)),
+               'underline',
+            ];
+         }
+
+         # Color is not supported, so we have to add a line underneath to separate the
+         # caption from whatever it's captioning.
+         else {
+            my $left = int(($width - $cap_len) / 2);
+            unshift @rows, ('-' x $width);
+            unshift @rows, (" " x $left) . $caption . (" " x ($width - $left - $cap_len));
+         }
+
+         # The caption is wider than the thing it labels, so we have to pad the
+         # thing it labels to a consistent width.
+         if ( $cap_len > $width ) {
+            @rows = map {
+               ref($_)
+                  ? [ sprintf('%-' . $cap_len . 's', $_->[0]), $_->[1] ]
+                  : sprintf('%-' . $cap_len . 's', $_);
+            } @rows;
+         }
+
+      }
+   }
+   return @rows;
+}
+
+# create_table {{{3
+# Input: an arrayref of columns, hashref of col info, and an arrayref of hashes
+# Example: [ 'a', 'b' ]
+#          { a => spec, b => spec }
+#          [ { a => 1, b => 2}, { a => 3, b => 4 } ]
+# The 'spec' is a hashref of hdr => label, just => ('-' or '').  It also supports min and max-widths
+# vi the minw and maxw params.
+# Output: an array of strings, one per row.
+# Example:
+# Column One Column Two
+# ---------- ----------
+# 1          2
+# 3          4
+sub create_table {
+   my ( $cols, $info, $data, $prefs ) = @_;
+   $prefs ||= {};
+   $prefs->{no_hdr} ||= ($opts{n} && $clock != 1);
+
+   # Truncate rows that will surely be off screen even if this is the only table.
+   if ( !$opts{n} && !$prefs->{raw} && !$prefs->{show_all} && $this_term_size[1] < @$data-1 ) {
+      $data = [ @$data[0..$this_term_size[1] - 1] ];
+   }
+
+   my @rows = ();
+
+   if ( @$cols && %$info ) {
+
+      # Fix undef values, collapse whitespace.
+      foreach my $row ( @$data ) {
+         map { $row->{$_} = collapse_ws($row->{$_}) } @$cols;
+      }
+
+      my $col_sep = $opts{n} ? "\t" : '  ';
+
+      # Find each column's max width.
+      my %width_for;
+      if ( !$opts{n} ) {
+         %width_for = map {
+            my $col_name  = $_;
+            if ( $info->{$_}->{dec} ) {
+               # Align along the decimal point
+               my $max_rodp = max(0, map { $_->{$col_name} =~ m/([^\s\d-].*)$/ ? length($1) : 0 } @$data);
+               foreach my $row ( @$data ) {
+                  my $col = $row->{$col_name};
+                  my ( $l, $r ) = $col =~ m/^([\s\d]*)(.*)$/;
+                  $row->{$col_name} = sprintf("%s%-${max_rodp}s", $l, $r);
+               }
+            }
+            my $max_width = max( length($info->{$_}->{hdr}), map { length($_->{$col_name}) } @$data);
+            if ( $info->{$col_name}->{maxw} ) {
+               $max_width = min( $max_width, $info->{$col_name}->{maxw} );
+            }
+            if ( $info->{$col_name}->{minw} ) {
+               $max_width = max( $max_width, $info->{$col_name}->{minw} );
+            }
+            $col_name => $max_width;
+         } @$cols;
+      }
+
+      # The table header.
+      if ( !$config{hide_hdr}->{val} && !$prefs->{no_hdr} ) {
+         push @rows, $opts{n}
+            ? join( $col_sep, @$cols )
+            : join( $col_sep, map { sprintf( "%-$width_for{$_}s", trunc($info->{$_}->{hdr}, $width_for{$_}) ) } @$cols );
+         if ( $config{color}->{val} && $config{header_highlight}->{val} ) {
+            push @rows, [ pop @rows, $config{header_highlight}->{val} ];
+         }
+         elsif ( !$opts{n} ) {
+            push @rows, join( $col_sep, map { "-" x $width_for{$_} } @$cols );
+         }
+      }
+
+      # The table data.
+      if ( $opts{n} ) {
+         foreach my $item ( @$data ) {
+            push @rows, join($col_sep, map { $item->{$_} } @$cols );
+         }
+      }
+      else {
+         my $format = join( $col_sep,
+            map { "%$info->{$_}->{just}$width_for{$_}s" } @$cols );
+         foreach my $item ( @$data ) {
+            my $row = sprintf($format, map { trunc($item->{$_}, $width_for{$_}) } @$cols );
+            if ( $config{color}->{val} && $item->{_color} ) {
+               push @rows, [ $row, $item->{_color} ];
+            }
+            else {
+               push @rows, $row;
+            }
+         }
+      }
+   }
+
+   return @rows;
+}
+
+# Aggregates a table.  If $group_by is an arrayref of columns, the grouping key
+# is the specified columns; otherwise it's just the empty string (e.g.
+# everything is grouped as one group).
+sub apply_group_by {
+   my ( $tbl, $group_by, @rows ) = @_;
+   my $meta = $tbl_meta{$tbl};
+   my %is_group = map { $_ => 1 } @$group_by;
+   my @non_grp  = grep { !$is_group{$_} } keys %{$meta->{cols}};
+
+   my %temp_table;
+   foreach my $row ( @rows ) {
+      my $group_key
+         = @$group_by
+         ? '{' . join('}{', map { defined $_ ? $_ : '' } @{$row}{@$group_by}) . '}'
+         : '';
+      $temp_table{$group_key} ||= [];
+      push @{$temp_table{$group_key}}, $row;
+   }
+
+   # Crush the rows together...
+   my @new_rows;
+   foreach my $key ( sort keys %temp_table ) {
+      my $group = $temp_table{$key};
+      my %new_row;
+      @new_row{@$group_by} = @{$group->[0]}{@$group_by};
+      foreach my $col ( @non_grp ) {
+         my $agg = $meta->{cols}->{$col}->{agg} || 'first';
+         $new_row{$col} = $agg_funcs{$agg}->( map { $_->{$col} } @$group );
+      }
+      push @new_rows, \%new_row;
+   }
+   return @new_rows;
+}
+
+# set_to_tbl {{{3
+# Unifies all the work of filtering, sorting etc.  Alters the input.
+# TODO: pull all the little pieces out into subroutines and stick events in each of them.
+sub set_to_tbl {
+   my ( $rows, $tbl ) = @_;
+   my $meta = $tbl_meta{$tbl} or die "No such table $tbl in tbl_meta";
+
+   if ( !$meta->{pivot} ) {
+
+      # Hook in event listeners
+      foreach my $listener ( @{$event_listener_for{set_to_tbl_pre_filter}} ) {
+         $listener->set_to_tbl_pre_filter($rows, $tbl);
+      }
+
+      # Apply filters.  Note that if the table is pivoted, filtering and sorting
+      # are applied later.
+      foreach my $filter ( @{$meta->{filters}} ) {
+         eval {
+            @$rows = grep { $filters{$filter}->{func}->($_) } @$rows;
+         };
+         if ( $EVAL_ERROR && $config{debug}->{val} ) {
+            die $EVAL_ERROR;
+         }
+      }
+
+      foreach my $listener ( @{$event_listener_for{set_to_tbl_pre_sort}} ) {
+         $listener->set_to_tbl_pre_sort($rows, $tbl);
+      }
+
+      # Sort.  Note that if the table is pivoted, sorting might have the wrong
+      # columns and it could crash.  This will only be an issue if it's possible
+      # to toggle pivoting on and off, which it's not at the moment.
+      if ( @$rows && $meta->{sort_func} && !$meta->{aggregate} ) {
+         if ( $meta->{sort_dir} > 0 ) {
+            @$rows = $meta->{sort_func}->( @$rows );
+         }
+         else {
+            @$rows = reverse $meta->{sort_func}->( @$rows );
+         }
+      }
+
+   }
+
+   # Stop altering arguments now.
+   my @rows = @$rows;
+
+   foreach my $listener ( @{$event_listener_for{set_to_tbl_pre_group}} ) {
+      $listener->set_to_tbl_pre_group(\@rows, $tbl);
+   }
+
+   # Apply group-by.
+   if ( $meta->{aggregate} ) {
+      @rows = apply_group_by($tbl, $meta->{group_by}, @rows);
+
+      # Sort.  Note that if the table is pivoted, sorting might have the wrong
+      # columns and it could crash.  This will only be an issue if it's possible
+      # to toggle pivoting on and off, which it's not at the moment.
+      if ( @rows && $meta->{sort_func} ) {
+         if ( $meta->{sort_dir} > 0 ) {
+            @rows = $meta->{sort_func}->( @rows );
+         }
+         else {
+            @rows = reverse $meta->{sort_func}->( @rows );
+         }
+      }
+
+   }
+
+   foreach my $listener ( @{$event_listener_for{set_to_tbl_pre_colorize}} ) {
+      $listener->set_to_tbl_pre_colorize(\@rows, $tbl);
+   }
+
+   if ( !$meta->{pivot} ) {
+      # Colorize.  Adds a _color column to rows.
+      if ( @rows && $meta->{color_func} ) {
+         eval {
+            foreach my $row ( @rows ) {
+               $row->{_color} = $meta->{color_func}->($row);
+            }
+         };
+         if ( $EVAL_ERROR ) {
+            pause($EVAL_ERROR);
+         }
+      }
+   }
+
+   foreach my $listener ( @{$event_listener_for{set_to_tbl_pre_transform}} ) {
+      $listener->set_to_tbl_pre_transform(\@rows, $tbl);
+   }
+
+   # Apply_transformations.
+   if ( @rows ) {
+      my $cols = $meta->{cols};
+      foreach my $col ( keys %{$rows->[0]} ) {
+         # Don't auto-vivify $tbl_meta{tbl}-{cols}->{_color}->{trans}
+         next if $col eq '_color';
+         foreach my $trans ( @{$cols->{$col}->{trans}} ) {
+            map { $_->{$col} = $trans_funcs{$trans}->($_->{$col}) } @rows;
+         }
+      }
+   }
+
+   my ($fmt_cols, $fmt_meta);
+
+   # Pivot.
+   if ( $meta->{pivot} ) {
+
+      foreach my $listener ( @{$event_listener_for{set_to_tbl_pre_pivot}} ) {
+         $listener->set_to_tbl_pre_pivot(\@rows, $tbl);
+      }
+
+      my @vars = @{$meta->{visible}};
+      my @tmp  = map { { name => $_ } } @vars;
+      my @cols = 'name';
+      foreach my $i ( 0..@$rows-1 ) {
+         my $col = "set_$i";
+         push @cols, $col;
+         foreach my $j ( 0..@vars-1 ) {
+            $tmp[$j]->{$col} = $rows[$i]->{$vars[$j]};
+         }
+      }
+      $fmt_meta = { map { $_ => { hdr => $_, just => '-' } } @cols };
+      $fmt_cols = \@cols;
+      @rows = @tmp;
+
+      # Hook in event listeners
+      foreach my $listener ( @{$event_listener_for{set_to_tbl_pre_filter}} ) {
+         $listener->set_to_tbl_pre_filter($rows, $tbl);
+      }
+
+      # Apply filters.
+      foreach my $filter ( @{$meta->{filters}} ) {
+         eval {
+            @rows = grep { $filters{$filter}->{func}->($_) } @rows;
+         };
+         if ( $EVAL_ERROR && $config{debug}->{val} ) {
+            die $EVAL_ERROR;
+         }
+      }
+
+      foreach my $listener ( @{$event_listener_for{set_to_tbl_pre_sort}} ) {
+         $listener->set_to_tbl_pre_sort($rows, $tbl);
+      }
+
+      # Sort.
+      if ( @rows && $meta->{sort_func} ) {
+         if ( $meta->{sort_dir} > 0 ) {
+            @rows = $meta->{sort_func}->( @rows );
+         }
+         else {
+            @rows = reverse $meta->{sort_func}->( @rows );
+         }
+      }
+
+   }
+   else {
+      # If the table isn't pivoted, just show all columns that are supposed to
+      # be shown; but eliminate aggonly columns if the table isn't aggregated.
+      my $aggregated = $meta->{aggregate};
+      $fmt_cols = [ grep { $aggregated || !$meta->{cols}->{$_}->{aggonly} } @{$meta->{visible}} ];
+      $fmt_meta = { map  { $_ => $meta->{cols}->{$_}                      } @$fmt_cols };
+
+      # If the table is aggregated, re-order the group_by columns to the left of
+      # the display.
+      if ( $aggregated ) {
+         my %is_group = map { $_ => 1 } @{$meta->{group_by}};
+         $fmt_cols = [ @{$meta->{group_by}}, grep { !$is_group{$_} } @$fmt_cols ];
+      }
+   }
+
+   foreach my $listener ( @{$event_listener_for{set_to_tbl_pre_create}} ) {
+      $listener->set_to_tbl_pre_create(\@rows, $tbl);
+   }
+
+   @rows = create_table( $fmt_cols, $fmt_meta, \@rows);
+   if ( !$meta->{hide_caption} && !$opts{n} && $config{display_table_captions}->{val} ) {
+      @rows = create_caption($meta->{capt}, @rows)
+   }
+
+   foreach my $listener ( @{$event_listener_for{set_to_tbl_post_create}} ) {
+      $listener->set_to_tbl_post_create(\@rows, $tbl);
+   }
+
+   return @rows;
+}
+
+# meta_to_hdr {{{3
+sub meta_to_hdr {
+   my $tbl = shift;
+   my $meta = $tbl_meta{$tbl};
+   my %labels = map { $_ => $meta->{cols}->{$_}->{hdr} } @{$meta->{visible}};
+   return \%labels;
+}
+
+# commify {{{3
+# From perlfaq5: add commas.
+sub commify {
+   my ( $num ) = @_;
+   $num = 0 unless defined $num;
+   $num =~ s/(^[-+]?\d+?(?=(?>(?:\d{3})+)(?!\d))|\G\d{3}(?=\d))/$1,/g;
+   return $num;
+}
+
+# set_precision {{{3
+# Trim to desired precision.
+sub set_precision {
+   my ( $num, $precision ) = @_;
+   $precision = $config{num_digits}->{val} if !defined $precision;
+   sprintf("%.${precision}f", $num);
+}
+
+# percent {{{3
+# Convert to percent
+sub percent {
+   my ( $num ) = @_;
+   $num = 0 unless defined $num;
+   my $digits = $config{num_digits}->{val};
+   return sprintf("%.${digits}f", $num * 100)
+      . ($config{show_percent}->{val} ? '%' : '');
+}
+
+# shorten {{{3
+sub shorten {
+   my ( $num, $opts ) = @_;
+
+   return $num if !defined($num) || $opts{n} || $num !~ m/$num_regex/;
+
+   $opts ||= {};
+   my $pad = defined $opts->{pad} ? $opts->{pad} : '';
+   my $num_digits = defined $opts->{num_digits}
+      ? $opts->{num_digits}
+      : $config{num_digits}->{val};
+   my $force = defined $opts->{force};
+
+   my $n = 0;
+   while ( $num >= 1_024 ) {
+      $num /= 1_024;
+      ++$n;
+   }
+   return sprintf(
+      $num =~ m/\./ || $n || $force
+         ? "%.${num_digits}f%s"
+         : '%d',
+      $num, ($pad,'k','M','G', 'T')[$n]);
+
+}
+
+# Utility functions {{{2
+# unique {{{3
+sub unique {
+   my %seen;
+   return grep { !$seen{$_}++ } @_;
+}
+
+# make_color_func {{{3
+sub make_color_func {
+   my ( $tbl ) = @_;
+   my @criteria;
+   foreach my $spec ( @{$tbl->{colors}} ) {
+      next unless exists $comp_ops{$spec->{op}};
+      my $val = $spec->{op} =~ m/^(?:eq|ne|le|ge|lt|gt)$/ ? "'$spec->{arg}'"
+              : $spec->{op} =~ m/^(?:=~|!~)$/             ? "m/" . quotemeta($spec->{arg}) . "/"
+              :                                             $spec->{arg};
+      push @criteria,
+         "( defined \$set->{$spec->{col}} && \$set->{$spec->{col}} $spec->{op} $val ) { return '$spec->{color}'; }";
+   }
+   return undef unless @criteria;
+   my $sub = eval 'sub { my ( $set ) = @_; if ' . join(" elsif ", @criteria) . '}';
+   die if $EVAL_ERROR;
+   return $sub;
+}
+
+# make_sort_func {{{3
+# Gets a list of sort columns from the table, like "+cxn -time" and returns a
+# subroutine that will sort that way.
+sub make_sort_func {
+   my ( $tbl ) = @_;
+   my @criteria;
+
+   # Pivoted tables can be sorted by 'name' and set_x columns; others must be
+   # sorted by existing columns.  TODO: this will crash if you toggle between
+   # pivoted and nonpivoted.  I have several other 'crash' notes about this if
+   # this ever becomes possible.
+
+   if ( $tbl->{pivot} ) {
+      # Sort type is not really possible on pivoted columns, because a 'column'
+      # contains data from an entire non-pivoted row, so there could be a mix of
+      # numeric and non-numeric data.  Thus everything has to be 'cmp' type.
+      foreach my $col ( split(/\s+/, $tbl->{sort_cols} ) ) {
+         next unless $col;
+         my ( $dir, $name ) = $col =~ m/([+-])?(\w+)$/;
+         next unless $name && $name =~ m/^(?:name|set_\d+)$/;
+         $dir ||= '+';
+         my $op = 'cmp';
+         my $df = "''";
+         push @criteria,
+            $dir eq '+'
+            ? "(\$a->{$name} || $df) $op (\$b->{$name} || $df)"
+            : "(\$b->{$name} || $df) $op (\$a->{$name} || $df)";
+      }
+   }
+   else {
+      foreach my $col ( split(/\s+/, $tbl->{sort_cols} ) ) {
+         next unless $col;
+         my ( $dir, $name ) = $col =~ m/([+-])?(\w+)$/;
+         next unless $name && $tbl->{cols}->{$name};
+         $dir ||= '+';
+         my $op = $tbl->{cols}->{$name}->{num} ? "<=>" : "cmp";
+         my $df = $tbl->{cols}->{$name}->{num} ? "0"   : "''";
+         push @criteria,
+            $dir eq '+'
+            ? "(\$a->{$name} || $df) $op (\$b->{$name} || $df)"
+            : "(\$b->{$name} || $df) $op (\$a->{$name} || $df)";
+      }
+   }
+   return sub { return @_ } unless @criteria;
+   my $sub = eval 'sub { sort {' . join("||", @criteria) . '} @_; }';
+   die if $EVAL_ERROR;
+   return $sub;
+}
+
+# trunc {{{3
+# Shortens text to specified length.
+sub trunc {
+   my ( $text, $len ) = @_;
+   if ( length($text) <= $len ) {
+      return $text;
+   }
+   return substr($text, 0, $len);
+}
+
+# donut {{{3
+# Takes out the middle of text to shorten it.
+sub donut {
+   my ( $text, $len ) = @_;
+   return $text if length($text) <= $len;
+   my $max = length($text) - $len;
+   my $min = $max - 1;
+
+   # Try to remove a single "word" from somewhere in the center
+   if ( $text =~ s/_[^_]{$min,$max}_/_/ ) {
+      return $text;
+   }
+
+   # Prefer removing the end of a "word"
+   if ( $text =~ s/([^_]+)[^_]{$max}_/$1_/ ) {
+      return $text;
+   }
+
+   $text = substr($text, 0, int($len/2))
+         . "_"
+         . substr($text, int($len/2) + $max + 1);
+   return $text;
+}
+
+# crunch {{{3
+# Removes vowels and compacts repeated letters to shorten text.
+sub crunch {
+   my ( $text, $len ) = @_;
+   return $text if $len && length($text) <= $len;
+   $text =~ s/^IB_\w\w_//;
+   $text =~ s/(?<![_ ])[aeiou]//g;
+   $text =~ s/(.)\1+/$1/g;
+   return $text;
+}
+
+# collapse_ws {{{3
+# Collapses all whitespace to a single space.
+sub collapse_ws {
+   my ( $text ) = @_;
+   return '' unless defined $text;
+   $text =~ s/\s+/ /g;
+   return $text;
+}
+
+# Strips out non-printable characters within fields, which freak terminals out.
+sub no_ctrl_char {
+   my ( $text ) = @_;
+   return '' unless defined $text;
+   my $charset = $config{charset}->{val};
+   if ( $charset && $charset eq 'unicode' ) {
+      $text =~ s/
+         ("(?:(?!(?<!\\)").)*"  # Double-quoted string
+         |'(?:(?!(?<!\\)').)*') # Or single-quoted string
+         /$1 =~ m#\p{IsC}# ? "[BINARY]" : $1/egx;
+   }
+   elsif ( $charset && $charset eq 'none' ) {
+      $text =~ s/
+         ("(?:(?!(?<!\\)").)*"
+         |'(?:(?!(?<!\\)').)*')
+         /[TEXT]/gx;
+   }
+   else { # The default is 'ascii'
+      $text =~ s/
+         ("(?:(?!(?<!\\)").)*"
+         |'(?:(?!(?<!\\)').)*')
+         /$1 =~ m#[^\040-\176]# ? "[BINARY]" : $1/egx;
+   }
+   return $text;
+}
+
+# word_wrap {{{3
+# Wraps text at word boundaries so it fits the screen.
+sub word_wrap {
+   my ( $text, $width) = @_;
+   $width ||= $this_term_size[0];
+   $text =~ s/(.{0,$width})(?:\s+|$)/$1\n/g;
+   $text =~ s/ +$//mg;
+   return $text;
+}
+
+# draw_screen {{{3
+# Prints lines to the screen.  The first argument is an arrayref.  Each
+# element of the array is either a string or an arrayref.  If it's a string it
+# just gets printed.  If it's an arrayref, the first element is the string to
+# print, and the second is args to colored().
+sub draw_screen {
+   my ( $display_lines, $prefs ) = @_;
+   if ( !$opts{n} && $config{show_statusbar}->{val} ) {
+      unshift @$display_lines, create_statusbar();
+   }
+
+   foreach my $listener ( @{$event_listener_for{draw_screen}} ) {
+      $listener->draw_screen($display_lines);
+   }
+
+   $clear_screen_sub->()
+      if $prefs->{clear} || !$modes{$config{mode}->{val}}->{no_clear_screen};
+   if ( $opts{n} || $prefs->{raw} ) {
+      my $num_lines = 0;
+      print join("\n",
+         map {
+            $num_lines++;
+            ref $_
+               ? colored($_->[0], $_->[1])
+               : $_;
+         }
+         grep { !$opts{n} || $_ } # Suppress empty lines
+         @$display_lines);
+      if ( $opts{n} && $num_lines ) {
+         print "\n";
+      }
+   }
+   else {
+      my $max_lines = $prefs->{show_all}
+         ? scalar(@$display_lines)- 1
+         : min(scalar(@$display_lines), $this_term_size[1]);
+      print join("\n",
+         map {
+            ref $_
+               ? colored(substr($_->[0], 0, $this_term_size[0]), $_->[1])
+               : substr($_, 0, $this_term_size[0]);
+         } @$display_lines[0..$max_lines - 1]);
+   }
+}
+
+# secs_to_time {{{3
+sub secs_to_time {
+   my ( $secs, $fmt ) = @_;
+   $secs ||= 0;
+   return '00:00' unless $secs;
+
+   # Decide what format to use, if not given
+   $fmt ||= $secs >= 86_400 ? 'd'
+          : $secs >= 3_600  ? 'h'
+          :                   'm';
+
+   return
+      $fmt eq 'd' ? sprintf(
+         "%d+%02d:%02d:%02d",
+         int($secs / 86_400),
+         int(($secs % 86_400) / 3_600),
+         int(($secs % 3_600) / 60),
+         $secs % 60)
+      : $fmt eq 'h' ? sprintf(
+         "%02d:%02d:%02d",
+         int(($secs % 86_400) / 3_600),
+         int(($secs % 3_600) / 60),
+         $secs % 60)
+      : sprintf(
+         "%02d:%02d",
+         int(($secs % 3_600) / 60),
+         $secs % 60);
+}
+
+# dulint_to_int {{{3
+# Takes a number that InnoDB formats as two ulint integers, like transaction IDs
+# and such, and turns it into a single integer
+sub dulint_to_int {
+   my $num = shift;
+   return 0 unless $num;
+   my ( $high, $low ) = $num =~ m/^(\d+) (\d+)$/;
+   return $low unless $high;
+   return $low + ( $high * $MAX_ULONG );
+}
+
+# create_statusbar {{{3
+sub create_statusbar {
+   my $mode = $config{mode}->{val};
+   my @cxns = sort { $a cmp $b } get_connections();
+
+   my $modeline        = ( $config{readonly}->{val} ? '[RO] ' : '' )
+                         . $modes{$mode}->{hdr} . " (? for help)";
+   my $mode_width      = length($modeline);
+   my $remaining_width = $this_term_size[0] - $mode_width - 1;
+   my $result;
+
+   # The thingie in top-right that says what we're monitoring.
+   my $cxn = '';
+
+   if ( 1 == @cxns && $dbhs{$cxns[0]} && $dbhs{$cxns[0]}->{dbh} ) {
+      $cxn = $dbhs{$cxns[0]}->{dbh}->{mysql_serverinfo} || '';
+   }
+   else {
+      if ( $modes{$mode}->{server_group} ) {
+         $cxn = "Servers: " . $modes{$mode}->{server_group};
+         my $err_count = grep { $dbhs{$_} && $dbhs{$_}->{err_count} } @cxns;
+         if ( $err_count ) {
+            $cxn .= "(" . ( scalar(@cxns) - $err_count ) . "/" . scalar(@cxns) . ")";
+         }
+      }
+      else {
+         $cxn = join(' ', map { ($dbhs{$_}->{err_count} ? '!' : '') . $_ }
+            grep { $dbhs{$_} } @cxns);
+      }
+   }
+
+   if ( 1 == @cxns ) {
+      get_driver_status(@cxns);
+      my $vars = $vars{$cxns[0]}->{$clock};
+      my $inc  = inc(0, $cxns[0]);
+
+      # Format server uptime human-readably, calculate QPS...
+      my $uptime = secs_to_time( $vars->{Uptime_hires} );
+      my $qps    = ($inc->{Questions}||0) / ($inc->{Uptime_hires}||1);
+      my $ibinfo = '';
+
+      if ( exists $vars->{IB_last_secs} ) {
+         $ibinfo .= "InnoDB $vars->{IB_last_secs}s ";
+         if ( $vars->{IB_got_all} ) {
+            if ( ($mode eq 'T' || $mode eq 'W')
+                  && $vars->{IB_tx_is_truncated} ) {
+               $ibinfo .= ':^|';
+            }
+            else {
+               $ibinfo .= ':-)';
+            }
+         }
+         else {
+            $ibinfo .= ':-(';
+         }
+      }
+      $result = sprintf(
+         "%-${mode_width}s %${remaining_width}s",
+         $modeline,
+         join(', ', grep { $_ } (
+            $cxns[0],
+            $uptime,
+            $ibinfo,
+            shorten($qps) . " QPS",
+            ($vars->{Threads} || 0) . " thd",
+            $cxn)));
+   }
+   else {
+      $result = sprintf(
+         "%-${mode_width}s %${remaining_width}s",
+         $modeline,
+         $cxn);
+   }
+
+   return $config{color}->{val} ? [ $result, 'bold reverse' ] : $result;
+}
+
+# Database connections {{{3
+sub add_new_dsn {
+   my ( $name ) = @_;
+
+   if ( defined $name ) {
+      $name =~ s/[\s:;]//g;
+   }
+
+   if ( !$name ) {
+      print word_wrap("Choose a name for the connection.  It cannot contain "
+         . "whitespace, colons or semicolons."), "\n\n";
+      do {
+         $name = prompt("Enter a name");
+         $name =~ s/[\s:;]//g;
+      } until ( $name );
+   }
+
+   my $dsn;
+   do {
+      $clear_screen_sub->();
+      print "Typical DSN strings look like\n   DBI:mysql:;host=hostname;port=port\n"
+         . "The db and port are optional and can usually be omitted.\n"
+         . "If you specify 'mysql_read_default_group=mysql' many options can be read\n"
+         . "from your mysql options files (~/.my.cnf, /etc/my.cnf).\n\n";
+      $dsn = prompt("Enter a DSN string", undef, "DBI:mysql:;mysql_read_default_group=mysql;host=$name");
+   } until ( $dsn );
+
+   $clear_screen_sub->();
+   my $dl_table = prompt("Optional: enter a table (must not exist) to use when resetting InnoDB deadlock information",
+      undef, 'test.innotop_dl');
+
+   $connections{$name} = {
+      dsn      => $dsn,
+      dl_table => $dl_table,
+   };
+}
+
+sub add_new_server_group {
+   my ( $name ) = @_;
+
+   if ( defined $name ) {
+      $name =~ s/[\s:;]//g;
+   }
+
+   if ( !$name ) {
+      print word_wrap("Choose a name for the group.  It cannot contain "
+         . "whitespace, colons or semicolons."), "\n\n";
+      do {
+         $name = prompt("Enter a name");
+         $name =~ s/[\s:;]//g;
+      } until ( $name );
+   }
+
+   my @cxns;
+   do {
+      $clear_screen_sub->();
+      @cxns = select_cxn("Choose servers for $name", keys %connections);
+   } until ( @cxns );
+
+   $server_groups{$name} = \@cxns;
+   return $name;
+}
+
+sub get_var_set {
+   my ( $name ) = @_;
+   while ( !$name || !exists($var_sets{$config{$name}->{val}}) ) {
+      $name = choose_var_set($name);
+   }
+   return $var_sets{$config{$name}->{val}}->{text};
+}
+
+sub add_new_var_set {
+   my ( $name ) = @_;
+
+   if ( defined $name ) {
+      $name =~ s/\W//g;
+   }
+
+   if ( !$name ) {
+      do {
+         $name = prompt("Enter a name");
+         $name =~ s/\W//g;
+      } until ( $name );
+   }
+
+   my $variables;
+   do {
+      $clear_screen_sub->();
+      $variables = prompt("Enter variables for $name", undef );
+   } until ( $variables );
+
+   $var_sets{$name} = { text => $variables, user => 1 };
+}
+
+sub next_server {
+   my $mode     = $config{mode}->{val};
+   my @cxns     = sort keys %connections;
+   my ($cur)    = get_connections($mode);
+   $cur         ||= $cxns[0];
+   my $pos      = grep { $_ lt $cur } @cxns;
+   my $newpos   = ($pos + 1) % @cxns;
+   $modes{$mode}->{server_group} = '';
+   $modes{$mode}->{connections} = [ $cxns[$newpos] ];
+   $clear_screen_sub->();
+}
+
+sub next_server_group {
+   my $mode = shift || $config{mode}->{val};
+   my @grps = sort keys %server_groups;
+   my $curr = $modes{$mode}->{server_group};
+
+   return unless @grps;
+
+   if ( $curr ) {
+      # Find the current group's position.
+      my $pos = 0;
+      while ( $curr ne $grps[$pos] ) {
+         $pos++;
+      }
+      $modes{$mode}->{server_group} = $grps[ ($pos + 1) % @grps ];
+   }
+   else {
+      $modes{$mode}->{server_group} = $grps[0];
+   }
+}
+
+# Get a list of connection names used in this mode.
+sub get_connections {
+   if ( $file ) {
+      return qw(file);
+   }
+   my $mode = shift || $config{mode}->{val};
+   my @connections = $modes{$mode}->{server_group}
+      ? @{$server_groups{$modes{$mode}->{server_group}}}
+      : @{$modes{$mode}->{connections}};
+   if ( $modes{$mode}->{one_connection} ) {
+      @connections = @connections ? $connections[0] : ();
+   }
+   return unique(@connections);
+}
+
+# Get a list of tables used in this mode.  If innotop is running non-interactively, just use the first.
+sub get_visible_tables {
+   my $mode = shift || $config{mode}->{val};
+   my @tbls = @{$modes{$mode}->{visible_tables}};
+   if ( $opts{n} ) {
+      return $tbls[0];
+   }
+   else {
+      return @tbls;
+   }
+}
+
+# Choose from among available connections or server groups.
+# If the mode has a server set in use, prefers that instead.
+sub choose_connections {
+   $clear_screen_sub->();
+   my $mode    = $config{mode}->{val};
+   my $meta    =  { map { $_ => $connections{$_}->{dsn} } keys %connections };
+   foreach my $group ( keys %server_groups ) {
+      $meta->{"#$group"} = join(' ', @{$server_groups{$group}});
+   }
+
+   my $choices = prompt_list("Choose connections or a group for $mode mode",
+      undef, sub { return keys %$meta }, $meta);
+
+   my @choices = unique(grep { $_ } split(/\s+/, $choices));
+   if ( @choices ) {
+      if ( $choices[0] =~ s/^#// && exists $server_groups{$choices[0]} ) {
+         $modes{$mode}->{server_group} = $choices[0];
+      }
+      else {
+         $modes{$mode}->{connections} = [ grep { exists $connections{$_} } @choices ];
+      }
+   }
+}
+
+# Accepts a DB connection name and the name of a prepared query (e.g. status, kill).
+# Also a list of params for the prepared query.  This allows not storing prepared
+# statements globally.  Returns a $sth that's been executed.
+# ERROR-HANDLING SEMANTICS: if the statement throws an error, propagate, but if the
+# connection has gone away or can't connect, DO NOT.  Just return undef.
+sub do_stmt {
+   my ( $cxn, $stmt_name, @args ) = @_;
+
+   return undef if $file;
+
+   # Test if the cxn should not even be tried
+   return undef if $dbhs{$cxn}
+      && $dbhs{$cxn}->{err_count} 
+      && ( !$dbhs{$cxn}->{dbh} || !$dbhs{$cxn}->{dbh}->{Active} || $dbhs{$cxn}->{mode} eq $config{mode}->{val} )
+      && $dbhs{$cxn}->{wake_up} > $clock;
+
+   my $sth;
+   my $retries = 1;
+   my $success = 0;
+   TRY:
+   while ( $retries-- >= 0 && !$success ) {
+
+      eval {
+         my $dbh = connect_to_db($cxn);
+
+         # If the prepared query doesn't exist, make it.
+         if ( !exists $dbhs{$cxn}->{stmts}->{$stmt_name} ) {
+            $dbhs{$cxn}->{stmts}->{$stmt_name} = $stmt_maker_for{$stmt_name}->($dbh);
+         }
+
+         $sth = $dbhs{$cxn}->{stmts}->{$stmt_name};
+         if ( $sth ) {
+            $sth->execute(@args);
+         }
+         $success = 1;
+      };
+      if ( $EVAL_ERROR ) {
+         if ( $EVAL_ERROR =~ m/$nonfatal_errs/ ) {
+            handle_cxn_error($cxn, $EVAL_ERROR);
+         }
+         else {
+            die "$cxn $stmt_name: $EVAL_ERROR";
+         }
+         if ( $retries < 0 ) {
+            $sth = undef;
+         }
+      }
+   }
+
+   if ( $sth && $sth->{NUM_OF_FIELDS} ) {
+      sleep($stmt_sleep_time_for{$stmt_name}) if $stmt_sleep_time_for{$stmt_name};
+      return $sth;
+   }
+}
+
+# Keeps track of error count, sleep times till retries, etc etc.
+# When there's an error we retry the connection every so often, increasing in
+# Fibonacci series to prevent too much banging on the server.
+sub handle_cxn_error {
+   my ( $cxn, $err ) = @_;
+   my $meta = $dbhs{$cxn};
+   $meta->{err_count}++;
+
+   # This is used so errors that have to do with permissions needed by the current
+   # mode will get displayed as long as we're in this mode, but get ignored if the
+   # mode changes.
+   $meta->{mode} = $config{mode}->{val};
+
+   # Strip garbage from the error text if possible.
+   $err =~ s/\s+/ /g;
+   if ( $err =~ m/failed: (.*?) at \S*innotop line/ ) {
+      $err = $1;
+   }
+
+   $meta->{last_err}   = $err;
+   my $sleep_time      = $meta->{this_sleep} + $meta->{prev_sleep};
+   $meta->{prev_sleep} = $meta->{this_sleep};
+   $meta->{this_sleep} = $sleep_time;
+   $meta->{wake_up}    = $clock + $sleep_time;
+   if ( $config{show_cxn_errors}->{val} ) {
+      print STDERR "Error at tick $clock $cxn $err" if $config{debug}->{val};
+   }
+}
+
+# Accepts a DB connection name and a (string) query.  Returns a $sth that's been
+# executed.
+sub do_query {
+   my ( $cxn, $query ) = @_;
+
+   return undef if $file;
+
+   # Test if the cxn should not even be tried
+   return undef if $dbhs{$cxn}
+      && $dbhs{$cxn}->{err_count} 
+      && ( !$dbhs{$cxn}->{dbh} || !$dbhs{$cxn}->{dbh}->{Active} || $dbhs{$cxn}->{mode} eq $config{mode}->{val} )
+      && $dbhs{$cxn}->{wake_up} > $clock;
+
+   my $sth;
+   my $retries = 1;
+   my $success = 0;
+   TRY:
+   while ( $retries-- >= 0 && !$success ) {
+
+      eval {
+         my $dbh = connect_to_db($cxn);
+
+         $sth = $dbh->prepare($query);
+         $sth->execute();
+         $success = 1;
+      };
+      if ( $EVAL_ERROR ) {
+         if ( $EVAL_ERROR =~ m/$nonfatal_errs/ ) {
+            handle_cxn_error($cxn, $EVAL_ERROR);
+         }
+         else {
+            die $EVAL_ERROR;
+         }
+         if ( $retries < 0 ) {
+            $sth = undef;
+         }
+      }
+   }
+ 
+   return $sth;
+}
+
+sub get_uptime {
+   my ( $cxn ) = @_;
+   $dbhs{$cxn}->{start_time} ||= time();
+   # Avoid dividing by zero
+   return (time() - $dbhs{$cxn}->{start_time}) || .001;
+}
+
+sub connect_to_db {
+   my ( $cxn ) = @_;
+
+   $dbhs{$cxn} ||= {
+      stmts      => {},  # bucket for prepared statements.
+      prev_sleep => 0,
+      this_sleep => 1,
+      wake_up    => 0,
+      start_time => 0,
+      dbh        => undef,
+   };
+   my $href = $dbhs{$cxn};
+
+   if ( !$href->{dbh} || ref($href->{dbh}) !~ m/DBI/ || !$href->{dbh}->ping ) {
+      my $dbh = get_new_db_connection($cxn);
+      @{$href}{qw(dbh err_count wake_up this_sleep start_time prev_sleep)}
+               = ($dbh, 0, 0, 1, 0, 0);
+
+      # Derive and store the server's start time in hi-res
+      my $uptime = $dbh->selectrow_hashref("show status like 'Uptime'")->{value};
+      $href->{start_time} = time() - $uptime;
+
+      # Set timeouts so an unused connection stays alive.
+      # For example, a connection might be used in Q mode but idle in T mode.
+      if ( version_ge($dbh, '4.0.3')) {
+         my $timeout = $config{cxn_timeout}->{val};
+         $dbh->do("set session wait_timeout=$timeout, interactive_timeout=$timeout");
+      }
+   }
+   return $href->{dbh};
+}
+
+# Compares versions like 5.0.27 and 4.1.15-standard-log
+sub version_ge {
+   my ( $dbh, $target ) = @_;
+   my $version = sprintf('%03d%03d%03d', $dbh->{mysql_serverinfo} =~ m/(\d+)/g);
+   return $version ge sprintf('%03d%03d%03d', $target =~ m/(\d+)/g);
+}
+
+# Extracts status values that can be gleaned from the DBD driver without doing a whole query.
+sub get_driver_status {
+   my @cxns = @_;
+   if ( !$info_gotten{driver_status}++ ) {
+      foreach my $cxn ( @cxns ) {
+         next unless $dbhs{$cxn} && $dbhs{$cxn}->{dbh} && $dbhs{$cxn}->{dbh}->{Active};
+         $vars{$cxn}->{$clock} ||= {};
+         my $vars = $vars{$cxn}->{$clock};
+         my %res = map {  $_ =~ s/ +/_/g; $_ } $dbhs{$cxn}->{dbh}->{mysql_stat} =~ m/(\w[^:]+): ([\d\.]+)/g;
+         map { $vars->{$_} ||= $res{$_} } keys %res;
+         $vars->{Uptime_hires} ||= get_uptime($cxn);
+         $vars->{cxn} = $cxn;
+      }
+   }
+}
+
+sub get_new_db_connection {
+   my ( $connection, $destroy ) = @_;
+   if ( $file ) {
+      die "You can't connect to a MySQL server while monitoring a file.  This is probably a bug.";
+   }
+
+   my $dsn = $connections{$connection}
+      or die "No connection named '$connection' is defined in your configuration";
+
+   if ( !defined $dsn->{have_user} ) {
+      my $answer = prompt("Do you want to specify a username for $connection?", undef, 'n');
+      $dsn->{have_user} = $answer && $answer =~ m/1|y/i;
+   }
+
+   if ( !defined $dsn->{have_pass} ) {
+      my $answer = prompt("Do you want to specify a password for $connection?", undef, 'n');
+      $dsn->{have_pass} = $answer && $answer =~ m/1|y/i;
+   }
+
+   if ( !$dsn->{user} && $dsn->{have_user} ) {
+      my $user = $ENV{USERNAME} || $ENV{USER} || getlogin() || getpwuid($REAL_USER_ID) || undef;
+      $dsn->{user} = prompt("Enter username for $connection", undef, $user);
+   }
+
+   if ( !defined $dsn->{user} ) {
+      $dsn->{user} = '';
+   }
+
+   if ( !$dsn->{pass} && !$dsn->{savepass} && $dsn->{have_pass} ) {
+      $dsn->{pass} = prompt_noecho("Enter password for '$dsn->{user}' on $connection");
+      print "\n";
+      if ( !defined($dsn->{savepass}) ) {
+         my $answer = prompt("Save password in plain text in the config file?", undef, 'y');
+         $dsn->{savepass} = $answer && $answer =~ m/1|y/i;
+      }
+   }
+
+   my $dbh = DBI->connect(
+      $dsn->{dsn}, $dsn->{user}, $dsn->{pass},
+      { RaiseError => 1, PrintError => 0, AutoCommit => 1 });
+   $dbh->{InactiveDestroy} = 1 unless $destroy; # Can't be set in $db_options
+   $dbh->{FetchHashKeyName} = 'NAME_lc'; # Lowercases all column names for fetchrow_hashref
+   return $dbh;
+}
+
+sub get_cxn_errors {
+   my @cxns = @_;
+   return () unless $config{show_cxn_errors_in_tbl}->{val};
+   return
+      map  { [ $_ . ': ' . $dbhs{$_}->{last_err}, 'red' ] }
+      grep { $dbhs{$_} && $dbhs{$_}->{err_count} && $dbhs{$_}->{mode} eq $config{mode}->{val} }
+      @cxns;
+}
+
+# Setup and tear-down functions {{{2
+
+# Takes a string and turns it into a hashref you can apply to %tbl_meta tables.  The string
+# can be in the form 'foo, bar, foo/bar, foo as bar' much like a SQL SELECT statement.
+sub compile_select_stmt {
+   my ($str) = @_;
+   my @exps = $str =~ m/\s*([^,]+(?i:\s+as\s+[^,\s]+)?)\s*(?=,|$)/g;
+   my %cols;
+   my @visible;
+   foreach my $exp ( @exps ) {
+      my ( $text, $colname );
+      if ( $exp =~ m/as\s+(\w+)\s*/ ) {
+         $colname = $1;
+         $exp =~ s/as\s+(\w+)\s*//;
+         $text    = $exp;
+      }
+      else {
+         $text = $colname = $exp;
+      }
+      my ($func, $err) = compile_expr($text);
+      $cols{$colname} = {
+         src  => $text,
+         hdr  => $colname,
+         num  => 0,
+         func => $func,
+      };
+      push @visible, $colname;
+   }
+   return (\%cols, \@visible);
+}
+
+# compile_filter {{{3
+sub compile_filter {
+   my ( $text ) = @_;
+   my ( $sub, $err );
+   eval "\$sub = sub { my \$set = shift; $text }";
+   if ( $EVAL_ERROR ) {
+      $EVAL_ERROR =~ s/at \(eval.*$//;
+      $sub = sub { return $EVAL_ERROR };
+      $err = $EVAL_ERROR;
+   }
+   return ( $sub, $err );
+}
+
+# compile_expr {{{3
+sub compile_expr {
+   my ( $expr ) = @_;
+   # Leave built-in functions alone so they get called as Perl functions, unless
+   # they are the only word in $expr, in which case treat them as hash keys.
+   if ( $expr =~ m/\W/ ) {
+      $expr =~ s/(?<!\{|\$)\b([A-Za-z]\w{2,})\b/is_func($1) ? $1 : "\$set->{$1}"/eg;
+   }
+   else {
+      $expr = "\$set->{$expr}";
+   }
+   my ( $sub, $err );
+   my $quoted = quotemeta($expr);
+   eval qq{
+      \$sub = sub {
+         my (\$set, \$cur, \$pre) = \@_;
+         my \$val = eval { $expr };
+         if ( \$EVAL_ERROR && \$config{debug}->{val} ) {
+            \$EVAL_ERROR =~ s/ at \\(eval.*//s;
+            die "\$EVAL_ERROR in expression $quoted";
+         }
+         return \$val;
+      }
+   };
+   if ( $EVAL_ERROR ) {
+      if ( $config{debug}->{val} ) {
+         die $EVAL_ERROR;
+      }
+      $EVAL_ERROR =~ s/ at \(eval.*$//;
+      $sub = sub { return $EVAL_ERROR };
+      $err = $EVAL_ERROR;
+   }
+   return ( $sub, $err );
+}
+
+# finish {{{3
+# This is a subroutine because it's called from a key to quit the program.
+sub finish {
+   save_config();
+   ReadMode('normal') unless $opts{n};
+   print "\n";
+   exit(0);
+}
+
+# core_dump {{{3
+sub core_dump {
+   my $msg = shift;
+   if ($config{debugfile}->{val} && $config{debug}->{val}) {
+      eval {
+         open my $file, '>>', $config{debugfile}->{val};
+         if ( %vars ) {
+            print $file "Current variables:\n" . Dumper(\%vars);
+         }
+         close $file;
+      };
+   }
+   print $msg;
+}
+
+# load_config {{{3
+sub load_config {
+
+   my $filename = $opts{c} || "$homepath/.innotop/innotop.ini";
+   my $dirname  = dirname($filename);
+   if ( -f $dirname && !$opts{c} ) {
+      # innotop got upgraded and this is the old config file.
+      my $answer = pause("Innotop's default config location has moved to $filename.  Move old config file $dirname there now? y/n");
+      if ( lc $answer eq 'y' ) {
+         rename($dirname, "$homepath/innotop.ini")
+            or die "Can't rename '$dirname': $OS_ERROR";
+         mkdir($dirname) or die "Can't create directory '$dirname': $OS_ERROR";
+         mkdir("$dirname/plugins") or die "Can't create directory '$dirname/plugins': $OS_ERROR";
+         rename("$homepath/innotop.ini", $filename)
+            or die "Can't rename '$homepath/innotop.ini' to '$filename': $OS_ERROR";
+      }
+      else {
+         print "\nInnotop will now exit so you can fix the config file.\n";
+         exit(0);
+      }
+   }
+
+   if ( ! -d $dirname ) {
+      mkdir $dirname
+         or die "Can't create directory '$dirname': $OS_ERROR";
+   }
+   if ( ! -d "$dirname/plugins" ) {
+      mkdir "$dirname/plugins"
+         or die "Can't create directory '$dirname/plugins': $OS_ERROR";
+   }
+
+   if ( -f $filename ) {
+      open my $file, "<", $filename or die("Can't open '$filename': $OS_ERROR");
+
+      # Check config file version.  Just ignore if either innotop or the file has
+      # garbage in the version number.
+      if ( defined(my $line = <$file>) && $VERSION =~ m/\d/ ) {
+         chomp $line;
+         if ( my ($maj, $min, $rev) = $line =~ m/^version=(\d+)\.(\d+)(?:\.(\d+))?$/ ) {
+            $rev ||= 0;
+            my $cfg_ver          = sprintf('%03d-%03d-%03d', $maj, $min, $rev);
+            ( $maj, $min, $rev ) = $VERSION =~ m/^(\d+)\.(\d+)(?:\.(\d+))?$/;
+            $rev ||= 0;
+            my $innotop_ver      = sprintf('%03d-%03d-%03d', $maj, $min, $rev);
+
+            if ( $cfg_ver gt $innotop_ver ) {
+               pause("The config file is for a newer version of innotop and may not be read correctly.");
+            }
+            else {
+               my @ver_history = @config_versions;
+               while ( my ($start, $end) = splice(@ver_history, 0, 2) ) {
+                  # If the config file is between the endpoints and innotop is greater than
+                  # the endpoint, innotop has a newer config file format than the file.
+                  if ( $cfg_ver ge $start && $cfg_ver lt $end && $innotop_ver ge $end ) {
+                     my $msg = "innotop's config file format has changed.  Overwrite $filename?  y or n";
+                     if ( pause($msg) eq 'n' ) {
+                        $config{readonly}->{val} = 1;
+                        print "\ninnotop will not save any configuration changes you make.";
+                        pause();
+                        print "\n";
+                     }
+                     close $file;
+                     return;
+                  }
+               }
+            }
+         }
+      }
+
+      while ( my $line = <$file> ) {
+         chomp $line;
+         next unless $line =~ m/^\[([a-z_]+)\]$/;
+         if ( exists $config_file_sections{$1} ) {
+            $config_file_sections{$1}->{reader}->($file);
+         }
+         else {
+            warn "Unknown config file section '$1'";
+         }
+      }
+      close $file or die("Can't close $filename: $OS_ERROR");
+   }
+
+}
+
+# Do some post-processing on %tbl_meta: compile src properties into func etc.
+sub post_process_tbl_meta {
+   foreach my $table ( values %tbl_meta ) {
+      foreach my $col_name ( keys %{$table->{cols}} ) {
+         my $col_def = $table->{cols}->{$col_name};
+         my ( $sub, $err ) = compile_expr($col_def->{src});
+         $col_def->{func} = $sub;
+      }
+   }
+}
+
+# load_config_plugins {{{3
+sub load_config_plugins {
+   my ( $file ) = @_;
+
+   # First, find a list of all plugins that exist on disk, and get information about them.
+   my $dir = $config{plugin_dir}->{val};
+   foreach my $p_file ( <$dir/*.pm> ) {
+      my ($package, $desc);
+      eval {
+         open my $p_in, "<", $p_file or die $OS_ERROR;
+         while ( my $line = <$p_in> ) {
+            chomp $line;
+            if ( $line =~ m/^package\s+(.*?);/ ) {
+               $package = $1;
+            }
+            elsif ( $line =~ m/^# description: (.*)/ ) {
+               $desc = $1;
+            }
+            last if $package && $desc;
+         }
+         close $p_in;
+      };
+      if ( $package ) {
+         $plugins{$package} = {
+            file   => $p_file,
+            desc   => $desc,
+            class  => $package,
+            active => 0,
+         };
+         if ( $config{debug}->{val} && $EVAL_ERROR ) {
+            die $EVAL_ERROR;
+         }
+      }
+   }
+
+   # Now read which ones the user has activated.  Each line simply represents an active plugin.
+   while ( my $line = <$file> ) {
+      chomp $line;
+      next if $line =~ m/^#/;
+      last if $line =~ m/^\[/;
+      next unless $line && $plugins{$line};
+
+      my $obj;
+      eval {
+         require $plugins{$line}->{file};
+         $obj = $line->new(%pluggable_vars);
+         foreach my $event ( $obj->register_for_events() ) {
+            my $queue = $event_listener_for{$event};
+            if ( $queue ) {
+               push @$queue, $obj;
+            }
+         }
+      };
+      if ( $config{debug}->{val} && $EVAL_ERROR ) {
+         die $EVAL_ERROR;
+      }
+      if ( $obj ) {
+         $plugins{$line}->{active} = 1;
+         $plugins{$line}->{object} = $obj;
+      }
+   }
+}
+
+# save_config_plugins {{{3
+sub save_config_plugins {
+   my $file = shift;
+   foreach my $class ( sort keys %plugins ) {
+      next unless $plugins{$class}->{active};
+      print $file "$class\n";
+   }
+}
+
+# load_config_active_server_groups {{{3
+sub load_config_active_server_groups {
+   my ( $file ) = @_;
+   while ( my $line = <$file> ) {
+      chomp $line;
+      next if $line =~ m/^#/;
+      last if $line =~ m/^\[/;
+
+      my ( $mode, $group ) = $line =~ m/^(.*?)=(.*)$/;
+      next unless $mode && $group
+         && exists $modes{$mode} && exists $server_groups{$group};
+      $modes{$mode}->{server_group} = $group;
+   }
+}
+
+# save_config_active_server_groups {{{3
+sub save_config_active_server_groups {
+   my $file = shift;
+   foreach my $mode ( sort keys %modes ) {
+      print $file "$mode=$modes{$mode}->{server_group}\n";
+   }
+}
+
+# load_config_server_groups {{{3
+sub load_config_server_groups {
+   my ( $file ) = @_;
+   while ( my $line = <$file> ) {
+      chomp $line;
+      next if $line =~ m/^#/;
+      last if $line =~ m/^\[/;
+
+      my ( $name, $rest ) = $line =~ m/^(.*?)=(.*)$/;
+      next unless $name && $rest;
+      my @vars = unique(grep { $_ && exists $connections{$_} } split(/\s+/, $rest));
+      next unless @vars;
+      $server_groups{$name} = \@vars;
+   }
+}
+
+# save_config_server_groups {{{3
+sub save_config_server_groups {
+   my $file = shift;
+   foreach my $set ( sort keys %server_groups ) {
+      print $file "$set=", join(' ', @{$server_groups{$set}}), "\n";
+   }
+}
+
+# load_config_varsets {{{3
+sub load_config_varsets {
+   my ( $file ) = @_;
+   while ( my $line = <$file> ) {
+      chomp $line;
+      next if $line =~ m/^#/;
+      last if $line =~ m/^\[/;
+
+      my ( $name, $rest ) = $line =~ m/^(.*?)=(.*)$/;
+      next unless $name && $rest;
+      $var_sets{$name} = {
+         text => $rest,
+         user => 1,
+      };
+   }
+}
+
+# save_config_varsets {{{3
+sub save_config_varsets {
+   my $file = shift;
+   foreach my $varset ( sort keys %var_sets ) {
+      next unless $var_sets{$varset}->{user};
+      print $file "$varset=$var_sets{$varset}->{text}\n";
+   }
+}
+
+# load_config_group_by {{{3
+sub load_config_group_by {
+   my ( $file ) = @_;
+   while ( my $line = <$file> ) {
+      chomp $line;
+      next if $line =~ m/^#/;
+      last if $line =~ m/^\[/;
+
+      my ( $tbl , $rest ) = $line =~ m/^(.*?)=(.*)$/;
+      next unless $tbl && exists $tbl_meta{$tbl};
+      my @parts = unique(grep { exists($tbl_meta{$tbl}->{cols}->{$_}) } split(/\s+/, $rest));
+      $tbl_meta{$tbl}->{group_by} = [ @parts ];
+      $tbl_meta{$tbl}->{cust}->{group_by} = 1;
+   }
+}
+
+# save_config_group_by {{{3
+sub save_config_group_by {
+   my $file = shift;
+   foreach my $tbl ( sort keys %tbl_meta ) {
+      next if $tbl_meta{$tbl}->{temp};
+      next unless $tbl_meta{$tbl}->{cust}->{group_by};
+      my $aref = $tbl_meta{$tbl}->{group_by};
+      print $file "$tbl=", join(' ', @$aref), "\n";
+   }
+}
+
+# load_config_filters {{{3
+sub load_config_filters {
+   my ( $file ) = @_;
+   while ( my $line = <$file> ) {
+      chomp $line;
+      next if $line =~ m/^#/;
+      last if $line =~ m/^\[/;
+
+      my ( $key, $rest ) = $line =~ m/^(.+?)=(.*)$/;
+      next unless $key && $rest;
+
+      my %parts = $rest =~ m/(\w+)='((?:(?!(?<!\\)').)*)'/g; # Properties are single-quoted
+      next unless $parts{text} && $parts{tbls};
+
+      foreach my $prop ( keys %parts ) {
+         # Un-escape escaping
+         $parts{$prop} =~ s/\\\\/\\/g;
+         $parts{$prop} =~ s/\\'/'/g;
+      }
+
+      my ( $sub, $err ) = compile_filter($parts{text});
+      my @tbls = unique(split(/\s+/, $parts{tbls}));
+      @tbls = grep { exists $tbl_meta{$_} } @tbls;
+      $filters{$key} = {
+         func => $sub,
+         text => $parts{text},
+         user => 1,
+         name => $key,
+         note => 'User-defined filter',
+         tbls => \@tbls,
+      }
+   }
+}
+
+# save_config_filters {{{3
+sub save_config_filters {
+   my $file = shift;
+   foreach my $key ( sort keys %filters ) {
+      next if !$filters{$key}->{user} || $filters{$key}->{quick};
+      my $text = $filters{$key}->{text};
+      $text =~ s/([\\'])/\\$1/g;
+      my $tbls = join(" ", @{$filters{$key}->{tbls}});
+      print $file "$key=text='$text' tbls='$tbls'\n";
+   }
+}
+
+# load_config_visible_tables {{{3
+sub load_config_visible_tables {
+   my ( $file ) = @_;
+   while ( my $line = <$file> ) {
+      chomp $line;
+      next if $line =~ m/^#/;
+      last if $line =~ m/^\[/;
+
+      my ( $mode, $rest ) = $line =~ m/^(.*?)=(.*)$/;
+      next unless $mode && exists $modes{$mode};
+      $modes{$mode}->{visible_tables} =
+         [ unique(grep { $_ && exists $tbl_meta{$_} } split(/\s+/, $rest)) ];
+      $modes{$mode}->{cust}->{visible_tables} = 1;
+   }
+}
+
+# save_config_visible_tables {{{3
+sub save_config_visible_tables {
+   my $file = shift;
+   foreach my $mode ( sort keys %modes ) {
+      next unless $modes{$mode}->{cust}->{visible_tables};
+      my $tables = $modes{$mode}->{visible_tables};
+      print $file "$mode=", join(' ', @$tables), "\n";
+   }
+}
+
+# load_config_sort_cols {{{3
+sub load_config_sort_cols {
+   my ( $file ) = @_;
+   while ( my $line = <$file> ) {
+      chomp $line;
+      next if $line =~ m/^#/;
+      last if $line =~ m/^\[/;
+
+      my ( $key , $rest ) = $line =~ m/^(.*?)=(.*)$/;
+      next unless $key && exists $tbl_meta{$key};
+      $tbl_meta{$key}->{sort_cols} = $rest;
+      $tbl_meta{$key}->{cust}->{sort_cols} = 1;
+      $tbl_meta{$key}->{sort_func} = make_sort_func($tbl_meta{$key});
+   }
+}
+
+# save_config_sort_cols {{{3
+sub save_config_sort_cols {
+   my $file = shift;
+   foreach my $tbl ( sort keys %tbl_meta ) {
+      next unless $tbl_meta{$tbl}->{cust}->{sort_cols};
+      my $col = $tbl_meta{$tbl}->{sort_cols};
+      print $file "$tbl=$col\n";
+   }
+}
+
+# load_config_active_filters {{{3
+sub load_config_active_filters {
+   my ( $file ) = @_;
+   while ( my $line = <$file> ) {
+      chomp $line;
+      next if $line =~ m/^#/;
+      last if $line =~ m/^\[/;
+
+      my ( $tbl , $rest ) = $line =~ m/^(.*?)=(.*)$/;
+      next unless $tbl && exists $tbl_meta{$tbl};
+      my @parts = unique(grep { exists($filters{$_}) } split(/\s+/, $rest));
+      @parts = grep { grep { $tbl eq $_ } @{$filters{$_}->{tbls}} } @parts;
+      $tbl_meta{$tbl}->{filters} = [ @parts ];
+      $tbl_meta{$tbl}->{cust}->{filters} = 1;
+   }
+}
+
+# save_config_active_filters {{{3
+sub save_config_active_filters {
+   my $file = shift;
+   foreach my $tbl ( sort keys %tbl_meta ) {
+      next if $tbl_meta{$tbl}->{temp};
+      next unless $tbl_meta{$tbl}->{cust}->{filters};
+      my $aref = $tbl_meta{$tbl}->{filters};
+      print $file "$tbl=", join(' ', @$aref), "\n";
+   }
+}
+
+# load_config_active_columns {{{3
+sub load_config_active_columns {
+   my ( $file ) = @_;
+   while ( my $line = <$file> ) {
+      chomp $line;
+      next if $line =~ m/^#/;
+      last if $line =~ m/^\[/;
+
+      my ( $key , $rest ) = $line =~ m/^(.*?)=(.*)$/;
+      next unless $key && exists $tbl_meta{$key};
+      my @parts = grep { exists($tbl_meta{$key}->{cols}->{$_}) } unique split(/ /, $rest);
+      $tbl_meta{$key}->{visible} = [ @parts ];
+      $tbl_meta{$key}->{cust}->{visible} = 1;
+   }
+}
+
+# save_config_active_columns {{{3
+sub save_config_active_columns {
+   my $file = shift;
+   foreach my $tbl ( sort keys %tbl_meta ) {
+      next unless $tbl_meta{$tbl}->{cust}->{visible};
+      my $aref = $tbl_meta{$tbl}->{visible};
+      print $file "$tbl=", join(' ', @$aref), "\n";
+   }
+}
+
+# save_config_tbl_meta {{{3
+sub save_config_tbl_meta {
+   my $file = shift;
+   foreach my $tbl ( sort keys %tbl_meta ) {
+      foreach my $col ( keys %{$tbl_meta{$tbl}->{cols}} ) {
+         my $meta = $tbl_meta{$tbl}->{cols}->{$col};
+         next unless $meta->{user};
+         print $file "$col=", join(
+            " ",
+            map {
+               # Some properties (trans) are arrays, others scalars
+               my $val = ref($meta->{$_}) ? join(',', @{$meta->{$_}}) : $meta->{$_};
+               $val =~ s/([\\'])/\\$1/g;  # Escape backslashes and single quotes
+               "$_='$val'";               # Enclose in single quotes
+            }
+            grep { $_ ne 'func' }
+            keys %$meta
+         ), "\n";
+      }
+   }
+}
+
+# save_config_config {{{3
+sub save_config_config {
+   my $file = shift;
+   foreach my $key ( sort keys %config ) {
+      eval {
+      if ( $key ne 'password' || $config{savepass}->{val} ) {
+         print $file "# $config{$key}->{note}\n"
+            or die "Cannot print to file: $OS_ERROR";
+         my $val = $config{$key}->{val};
+         $val = '' unless defined($val);
+         if ( ref( $val ) eq 'ARRAY' ) {
+            print $file "$key="
+               . join( " ", @$val ) . "\n"
+               or die "Cannot print to file: $OS_ERROR";
+         }
+         elsif ( ref( $val ) eq 'HASH' ) {
+            print $file "$key="
+               . join( " ",
+                  map { "$_:$val->{$_}" } keys %$val
+               ) . "\n";
+         }
+         else {
+            print $file "$key=$val\n";
+         }
+      }
+      };
+      if ( $EVAL_ERROR ) { print "$EVAL_ERROR in $key"; };
+   }
+
+}
+
+# load_config_config {{{3
+sub load_config_config {
+   my ( $file ) = @_;
+
+   # Look in the command-line parameters for things stored in the same slot.
+   my %cmdline =
+      map  { $_->{c} => $opts{$_->{k}} }
+      grep { exists $_->{c} && exists $opts{$_->{k}} }
+      @opt_spec;
+
+   while ( my $line = <$file> ) {
+      chomp $line;
+      next if $line =~ m/^#/;
+      last if $line =~ m/^\[/;
+
+      my ( $name, $val ) = $line =~ m/^(.+?)=(.*)$/;
+      next unless defined $name && defined $val;
+
+      # Values might already have been set at the command line.
+      $val = defined($cmdline{$name}) ? $cmdline{$name} : $val;
+
+      # Validate the incoming values...
+      if ( $name && exists( $config{$name} ) ) {
+         if ( !$config{$name}->{pat} || $val =~ m/$config{$name}->{pat}/ ) {
+            $config{$name}->{val} = $val;
+            $config{$name}->{read} = 1;
+         }
+      }
+   }
+}
+
+# load_config_tbl_meta {{{3
+sub load_config_tbl_meta {
+   my ( $file ) = @_;
+
+   while ( my $line = <$file> ) {
+      chomp $line;
+      next if $line =~ m/^#/;
+      last if $line =~ m/^\[/;
+
+      # Each tbl_meta section has all the properties defined in %col_props.
+      my ( $col , $rest ) = $line =~ m/^(.*?)=(.*)$/;
+      next unless $col;
+      my %parts = $rest =~ m/(\w+)='((?:(?!(?<!\\)').)*)'/g; # Properties are single-quoted
+
+      # Each section read from the config file has one extra property: which table it
+      # goes in.
+      my $tbl  = $parts{tbl}     or die "There's no table for tbl_meta $col";
+      my $meta = $tbl_meta{$tbl} or die "There's no table in tbl_meta named $tbl";
+
+      # The section is user-defined by definition (if that makes sense).
+      $parts{user} = 1;
+
+      # The column may already exist in the table, in which case this is just a
+      # customization.
+      $meta->{cols}->{$col} ||= {};
+
+      foreach my $prop ( keys %col_props ) {
+         if ( !defined($parts{$prop}) ) {
+            die "Undefined property $prop for column $col in table $tbl";
+         }
+
+         # Un-escape escaping
+         $parts{$prop} =~ s/\\\\/\\/g;
+         $parts{$prop} =~ s/\\'/'/g;
+
+         if ( ref $col_props{$prop} ) {
+            if ( $prop eq 'trans' ) {
+               $meta->{cols}->{$col}->{trans}
+                  = [ unique(grep { exists $trans_funcs{$_} } split(',', $parts{$prop})) ];
+            }
+            else {
+               $meta->{cols}->{$col}->{$prop} = [ split(',', $parts{$prop}) ];
+            }
+         }
+         else {
+            $meta->{cols}->{$col}->{$prop} = $parts{$prop};
+         }
+      }
+
+   }
+}
+
+# save_config {{{3
+sub save_config {
+   return if $config{readonly}->{val};
+   # Save to a temp file first, so a crash doesn't destroy the main config file
+   my $newname  = $opts{c} || "$homepath/.innotop/innotop.ini";
+   my $filename = $newname . '_tmp';
+   open my $file, "+>", $filename
+      or die("Can't write to $filename: $OS_ERROR");
+   print $file "version=$VERSION\n";
+
+   foreach my $section ( @ordered_config_file_sections ) {
+      die "No such config file section $section" unless $config_file_sections{$section};
+      print $file "\n[$section]\n\n";
+      $config_file_sections{$section}->{writer}->($file);
+      print $file "\n[/$section]\n";
+   }
+
+   # Now clobber the main config file with the temp.
+   close $file or die("Can't close $filename: $OS_ERROR");
+   rename($filename, $newname) or die("Can't rename $filename to $newname: $OS_ERROR");
+}
+
+# load_config_connections {{{3
+sub load_config_connections {
+   my ( $file ) = @_;
+   while ( my $line = <$file> ) {
+      chomp $line;
+      next if $line =~ m/^#/;
+      last if $line =~ m/^\[/;
+
+      my ( $key , $rest ) = $line =~ m/^(.*?)=(.*)$/;
+      next unless $key;
+      my %parts = $rest =~ m/(\S+?)=(\S*)/g;
+      my %conn  = map { $_ => $parts{$_} || '' } @conn_parts;
+      $connections{$key} = \%conn;
+   }
+}
+
+# save_config_connections {{{3
+sub save_config_connections {
+   my $file = shift;
+   foreach my $conn ( sort keys %connections ) {
+      my $href = $connections{$conn};
+      my @keys = $href->{savepass} ? @conn_parts : grep { $_ ne 'pass' } @conn_parts;
+      print $file "$conn=", join(' ', map { "$_=$href->{$_}" } grep { defined $href->{$_} } @keys), "\n";
+   }
+}
+
+sub load_config_colors {
+   my ( $file ) = @_;
+   my %rule_set_for;
+
+   while ( my $line = <$file> ) {
+      chomp $line;
+      next if $line =~ m/^#/;
+      last if $line =~ m/^\[/;
+
+      my ( $tbl, $rule ) = $line =~ m/^(.*?)=(.*)$/;
+      next unless $tbl && $rule;
+      next unless exists $tbl_meta{$tbl};
+      my %parts = $rule =~ m/(\w+)='((?:(?!(?<!\\)').)*)'/g; # Properties are single-quoted
+      next unless $parts{col} && exists $tbl_meta{$tbl}->{cols}->{$parts{col}};
+      next unless $parts{op}  && exists $comp_ops{$parts{op}};
+      next unless defined $parts{arg};
+      next unless defined $parts{color};
+      my @colors = unique(grep { exists $ansicolors{$_} } split(/\W+/, $parts{color}));
+      next unless @colors;
+
+      # Finally!  Enough validation...
+      $rule_set_for{$tbl} ||= [];
+      push @{$rule_set_for{$tbl}}, \%parts;
+   }
+
+   foreach my $tbl ( keys %rule_set_for ) {
+      $tbl_meta{$tbl}->{colors} = $rule_set_for{$tbl};
+      $tbl_meta{$tbl}->{color_func} = make_color_func($tbl_meta{$tbl});
+      $tbl_meta{$tbl}->{cust}->{colors} = 1;
+   }
+}
+
+# save_config_colors {{{3
+sub save_config_colors {
+   my $file = shift;
+   foreach my $tbl ( sort keys %tbl_meta ) {
+      my $meta = $tbl_meta{$tbl};
+      next unless $meta->{cust}->{colors};
+      foreach my $rule ( @{$meta->{colors}} ) {
+         print $file "$tbl=", join(
+            ' ',
+            map {
+               my $val = $rule->{$_};
+               $val =~ s/([\\'])/\\$1/g;  # Escape backslashes and single quotes
+               "$_='$val'";               # Enclose in single quotes
+            }
+            qw(col op arg color)
+         ), "\n";
+      }
+   }
+}
+
+# load_config_active_connections {{{3
+sub load_config_active_connections {
+   my ( $file ) = @_;
+   while ( my $line = <$file> ) {
+      chomp $line;
+      next if $line =~ m/^#/;
+      last if $line =~ m/^\[/;
+
+      my ( $key , $rest ) = $line =~ m/^(.*?)=(.*)$/;
+      next unless $key && exists $modes{$key};
+      my @parts = grep { exists $connections{$_} } split(/ /, $rest);
+      $modes{$key}->{connections} = [ @parts ] if exists $modes{$key};
+   }
+}
+
+# save_config_active_connections {{{3
+sub save_config_active_connections {
+   my $file = shift;
+   foreach my $mode ( sort keys %modes ) {
+      my @connections = get_connections($mode);
+      print $file "$mode=", join(' ', @connections), "\n";
+   }
+}
+
+# load_config_stmt_sleep_times {{{3
+sub load_config_stmt_sleep_times {
+   my ( $file ) = @_;
+   while ( my $line = <$file> ) {
+      chomp $line;
+      next if $line =~ m/^#/;
+      last if $line =~ m/^\[/;
+
+      my ( $key , $val ) = split('=', $line);
+      next unless $key && defined $val && $val =~ m/$num_regex/;
+      $stmt_sleep_time_for{$key} = $val;
+   }
+}
+
+# save_config_stmt_sleep_times {{{3
+sub save_config_stmt_sleep_times {
+   my $file = shift;
+   foreach my $key ( sort keys %stmt_sleep_time_for ) {
+      print $file "$key=$stmt_sleep_time_for{$key}\n";
+   }
+}
+
+# load_config_mvs {{{3
+sub load_config_mvs {
+   my ( $file ) = @_;
+   while ( my $line = <$file> ) {
+      chomp $line;
+      next if $line =~ m/^#/;
+      last if $line =~ m/^\[/;
+
+      my ( $key , $val ) = split('=', $line);
+      next unless $key && defined $val && $val =~ m/$num_regex/;
+      $mvs{$key} = $val;
+   }
+}
+
+# save_config_mvs {{{3
+sub save_config_mvs {
+   my $file = shift;
+   foreach my $key ( sort keys %mvs ) {
+      print $file "$key=$mvs{$key}\n";
+   }
+}
+
+# edit_configuration {{{3
+sub edit_configuration {
+   my $key = '';
+   while ( $key ne 'q' ) {
+      $clear_screen_sub->();
+      my @display_lines = '';
+
+      if ( $key && $cfg_editor_action{$key} ) {
+         $cfg_editor_action{$key}->{func}->();
+      }
+
+      # Show help
+      push @display_lines, create_caption('What configuration do you want to edit?',
+      create_table2(
+         [ sort keys %cfg_editor_action ],
+         { map { $_ => $_ } keys %cfg_editor_action },
+         { map { $_ => $cfg_editor_action{$_}->{note} } keys %cfg_editor_action },
+         { sep => '  ' }));
+
+      draw_screen(\@display_lines);
+      $key = pause('');
+   }
+}
+
+# edit_configuration_variables {{{3
+sub edit_configuration_variables {
+   $clear_screen_sub->();
+   my $mode = $config{mode}->{val};
+
+   my %config_choices
+      = map  { $_ => $config{$_}->{note} || '' }
+        # Only config values that are marked as applying to this mode.
+        grep {
+           my $key = $_;
+           $config{$key}->{conf} &&
+              ( $config{$key}->{conf} eq 'ALL'
+              || grep { $mode eq $_ } @{$config{$key}->{conf}} )
+        } keys %config;
+
+   my $key = prompt_list(
+      "Enter the name of the variable you wish to configure",
+      '',
+      sub{ return keys %config_choices },
+      \%config_choices);
+
+   if ( exists($config_choices{$key}) ) {
+      get_config_interactive($key);
+   }
+}
+
+# edit_color_rules {{{3
+sub edit_color_rules {
+   my ( $tbl ) = @_;
+   $clear_screen_sub->();
+   $tbl ||= choose_visible_table();
+   if ( $tbl && exists($tbl_meta{$tbl}) ) {
+      my $meta = $tbl_meta{$tbl};
+      my @cols = ('', qw(col op arg color));
+      my $info = { map { $_ => { hdr => $_, just => '-', } }  @cols };
+      $info->{label}->{maxw} = 30;
+      my $key;
+      my $selected_rule;
+
+      # This loop builds a tabular view of the rules.
+      do {
+
+         # Show help
+         if ( $key && $key eq '?' ) {
+            my @display_lines = '';
+            push @display_lines, create_caption('Editor key mappings',
+            create_table2(
+               [ sort keys %color_editor_action ],
+               { map { $_ => $_ } keys %color_editor_action },
+               { map { $_ => $color_editor_action{$_}->{note} } keys %color_editor_action },
+               { sep => '  ' }));
+            draw_screen(\@display_lines);
+            pause();
+            $key = '';
+         }
+         else {
+
+            # Do the action specified
+            $selected_rule ||= 0;
+            if ( $key && $color_editor_action{$key} ) {
+               $selected_rule = $color_editor_action{$key}->{func}->($tbl, $selected_rule);
+               $selected_rule ||= 0;
+            }
+
+            # Build the table of rules.  If the terminal has color, the selected rule
+            # will be highlighted; otherwise a > at the left will indicate.
+            my $data = $meta->{colors} || [];
+            foreach my $i ( 0..@$data - 1  ) {
+               $data->[$i]->{''} = $i == $selected_rule ? '>' : '';
+            }
+            my @display_lines = create_table(\@cols, $info, $data);
+
+            # Highlight selected entry
+            for my $i ( 0 .. $#display_lines ) {
+               if ( $display_lines[$i] =~ m/^>/ ) {
+                  $display_lines[$i] = [ $display_lines[$i], 'reverse' ];
+               }
+            }
+
+            # Draw the screen and wait for a command.
+            unshift @display_lines, '',
+               "Editing color rules for $meta->{capt}.  Press ? for help, q to "
+               . "quit.", '';
+            draw_screen(\@display_lines);
+            print "\n\n", word_wrap('Rules are applied in order from top to '
+               . 'bottom.  The first matching rule wins and prevents the '
+               . 'rest of the rules from being applied.');
+            $key = pause('');
+         }
+      } while ( $key ne 'q' );
+      $meta->{color_func} = make_color_func($meta);
+   }
+}
+
+# add_quick_filter {{{3
+sub add_quick_filter {
+   my $tbl = choose_visible_table();
+   if ( $tbl && exists($tbl_meta{$tbl}) ) {
+      print "\n";
+      my $response = prompt_list(
+         "Enter column name and filter text",
+         '',
+         sub { return keys %{$tbl_meta{$tbl}->{cols}} },
+         ()
+      );
+      my ( $col, $text ) = split(/\s+/, $response, 2);
+
+      # You can't filter on a nonexistent column.  But if you filter on a pivoted
+      # table, the columns are different, so on a pivoted table, allow filtering
+      # on the 'name' column.
+      # NOTE: if a table is pivoted and un-pivoted, this will likely cause crashes.
+      # Currently not an issue since there's no way to toggle pivot/nopivot.
+      return unless $col && $text &&
+         (exists($tbl_meta{$tbl}->{cols}->{$col})
+            || ($tbl_meta{$tbl}->{pivot} && $col eq 'name'));
+
+      my ( $sub, $err ) = compile_filter( "defined \$set->{$col} && \$set->{$col} =~ m/$text/" );
+      return if !$sub || $err;
+      my $name = "quick_$tbl.$col";
+      $filters{$name} = {
+         func  => $sub,
+         text  => $text,
+         user  => 1,
+         quick => 1,
+         name  => $name,
+         note  => 'Quick-filter',
+         tbls  => [$tbl],
+      };
+      push @{$tbl_meta{$tbl}->{filters}}, $name;
+   }
+}
+
+# clear_quick_filters {{{3
+sub clear_quick_filters {
+   my $tbl = choose_visible_table(
+      # Only tables that have quick-filters
+      sub {
+         my ( $tbl ) = @_;
+         return scalar grep { $filters{$_}->{quick} } @{ $tbl_meta{$tbl}->{filters} };
+      }
+   );
+   if ( $tbl && exists($tbl_meta{$tbl}) ) {
+      my @current = @{$tbl_meta{$tbl}->{filters}};
+      @current = grep { !$filters{$_}->{quick} } @current;
+      $tbl_meta{$tbl}->{filters} = \@current;
+   }
+}
+
+sub edit_plugins {
+   $clear_screen_sub->();
+
+   my @cols = ('', qw(class desc active));
+   my $info = { map { $_ => { hdr => $_, just => '-', } }  @cols };
+   my @rows = map { $plugins{$_} } sort keys %plugins;
+   my $key;
+   my $selected;
+
+   # This loop builds a tabular view of the plugins.
+   do {
+
+      # Show help
+      if ( $key && $key eq '?' ) {
+         my @display_lines = '';
+         push @display_lines, create_caption('Editor key mappings',
+         create_table2(
+            [ sort keys %plugin_editor_action ],
+            { map { $_ => $_ } keys %plugin_editor_action },
+            { map { $_ => $plugin_editor_action{$_}->{note} } keys %plugin_editor_action },
+            { sep => '  ' }));
+         draw_screen(\@display_lines);
+         pause();
+         $key = '';
+      }
+
+      # Do the action specified
+      else {
+         $selected ||= 0;
+         if ( $key && $plugin_editor_action{$key} ) {
+            $selected = $plugin_editor_action{$key}->{func}->(\@rows, $selected);
+            $selected ||= 0;
+         }
+
+         # Build the table of plugins.
+         foreach my $row ( 0.. $#rows ) {
+            $rows[$row]->{''} = $row eq $selected ? '>' : ' ';
+         }
+         my @display_lines = create_table(\@cols, $info, \@rows);
+
+         # Highlight selected entry
+         for my $i ( 0 .. $#display_lines ) {
+            if ( $display_lines[$i] =~ m/^>/ ) {
+               $display_lines[$i] = [ $display_lines[$i], 'reverse' ];
+            }
+         }
+
+         # Draw the screen and wait for a command.
+         unshift @display_lines, '',
+            "Plugin Management.  Press ? for help, q to quit.", '';
+         draw_screen(\@display_lines);
+         $key = pause('');
+      }
+   } while ( $key ne 'q' );
+}
+
+# edit_table {{{3
+sub edit_table {
+   $clear_screen_sub->();
+   my ( $tbl ) = @_;
+   $tbl ||= choose_visible_table();
+   if ( $tbl && exists($tbl_meta{$tbl}) ) {
+      my $meta = $tbl_meta{$tbl};
+      my @cols = ('', qw(name hdr label src));
+      my $info = { map { $_ => { hdr => $_, just => '-', } }  @cols };
+      $info->{label}->{maxw} = 30;
+      my $key;
+      my $selected_column;
+
+      # This loop builds a tabular view of the tbl_meta's structure, showing each column
+      # in the entry as a row.
+      do {
+
+         # Show help
+         if ( $key && $key eq '?' ) {
+            my @display_lines = '';
+            push @display_lines, create_caption('Editor key mappings',
+            create_table2(
+               [ sort keys %tbl_editor_action ],
+               { map { $_ => $_ } keys %tbl_editor_action },
+               { map { $_ => $tbl_editor_action{$_}->{note} } keys %tbl_editor_action },
+               { sep => '  ' }));
+            draw_screen(\@display_lines);
+            pause();
+            $key = '';
+         }
+         else {
+
+            # Do the action specified
+            $selected_column ||= $meta->{visible}->[0];
+            if ( $key && $tbl_editor_action{$key} ) {
+               $selected_column = $tbl_editor_action{$key}->{func}->($tbl, $selected_column);
+               $selected_column ||= $meta->{visible}->[0];
+            }
+
+            # Build the pivoted view of the table's meta-data.  If the terminal has color,
+            # The selected row will be highlighted; otherwise a > at the left will indicate.
+            my $data = [];
+            foreach my $row ( @{$meta->{visible}} ) {
+               my %hash;
+               @hash{ @cols } = @{$meta->{cols}->{$row}}{@cols};
+               $hash{src}  = '' if ref $hash{src};
+               $hash{name} = $row;
+               $hash{''}   = $row eq $selected_column ? '>' : ' ';
+               push @$data, \%hash;
+            }
+            my @display_lines = create_table(\@cols, $info, $data);
+
+            # Highlight selected entry
+            for my $i ( 0 .. $#display_lines ) {
+               if ( $display_lines[$i] =~ m/^>/ ) {
+                  $display_lines[$i] = [ $display_lines[$i], 'reverse' ];
+               }
+            }
+
+            # Draw the screen and wait for a command.
+            unshift @display_lines, '',
+               "Editing table definition for $meta->{capt}.  Press ? for help, q to quit.", '';
+            draw_screen(\@display_lines, { clear => 1 });
+            $key = pause('');
+         }
+      } while ( $key ne 'q' );
+   }
+}
+
+# choose_mode_tables {{{3
+# Choose which table(s), and in what order, to display in a given mode.
+sub choose_mode_tables {
+   my $mode = $config{mode}->{val};
+   my @tbls = @{$modes{$mode}->{visible_tables}};
+   my $new  = prompt_list(
+      "Choose tables to display",
+      join(' ', @tbls),
+      sub { return @{$modes{$mode}->{tables}} },
+      { map { $_ => $tbl_meta{$_}->{capt} } @{$modes{$mode}->{tables}} }
+   );
+   $modes{$mode}->{visible_tables} =
+      [ unique(grep { $_ && exists $tbl_meta{$_} } split(/\s+/, $new)) ];
+   $modes{$mode}->{cust}->{visible_tables} = 1;
+}
+
+# choose_visible_table {{{3
+sub choose_visible_table {
+   my ( $grep_cond ) = @_;
+   my $mode = $config{mode}->{val};
+   my @tbls
+      = grep { $grep_cond ? $grep_cond->($_) : 1 }
+        @{$modes{$mode}->{visible_tables}};
+   my $tbl = $tbls[0];
+   if ( @tbls > 1 ) {
+      $tbl = prompt_list(
+         "Choose a table",
+         '',
+         sub { return @tbls },
+         { map { $_ => $tbl_meta{$_}->{capt} } @tbls }
+      );
+   }
+   return $tbl;
+}
+
+sub toggle_aggregate {
+   my ( $tbl ) = @_;
+   $tbl ||= choose_visible_table();
+   return unless $tbl && exists $tbl_meta{$tbl};
+   my $meta = $tbl_meta{$tbl};
+   $meta->{aggregate} ^= 1;
+}
+
+sub choose_filters {
+   my ( $tbl ) = @_;
+   $tbl ||= choose_visible_table();
+   return unless $tbl && exists $tbl_meta{$tbl};
+   my $meta = $tbl_meta{$tbl};
+   $clear_screen_sub->();
+
+   print "Choose filters for $meta->{capt}:\n";
+
+   my $ini = join(' ', @{$meta->{filters}});
+   my $val = prompt_list(
+      'Choose filters',
+      $ini,
+      sub { return keys %filters },
+      {
+         map  { $_ => $filters{$_}->{note} }
+         grep { grep { $tbl eq $_ } @{$filters{$_}->{tbls}} }
+         keys %filters
+      }
+   );
+
+   my @choices = unique(split(/\s+/, $val));
+   foreach my $new ( grep { !exists($filters{$_}) } @choices ) {
+      my $answer = prompt("There is no filter called '$new'.  Create it?", undef, 'y');
+      if ( $answer eq 'y' ) {
+         create_new_filter($new, $tbl);
+      }
+   }
+   @choices = grep { exists $filters{$_} } @choices;
+   @choices = grep { grep { $tbl eq $_ } @{$filters{$_}->{tbls}} } @choices;
+   $meta->{filters} = [ @choices ];
+   $meta->{cust}->{filters} = 1;
+}
+
+sub choose_group_cols {
+   my ( $tbl ) = @_;
+   $tbl ||= choose_visible_table();
+   return unless $tbl && exists $tbl_meta{$tbl};
+   $clear_screen_sub->();
+   my $meta = $tbl_meta{$tbl};
+   my $curr = join(', ', @{$meta->{group_by}});
+   my $val = prompt_list(
+      'Group-by columns',
+      $curr,
+      sub { return keys %{$meta->{cols}} },
+      { map { $_ => $meta->{cols}->{$_}->{label} } keys %{$meta->{cols}} });
+   if ( $curr ne $val ) {
+      $meta->{group_by} = [ grep { exists $meta->{cols}->{$_} } $val =~ m/(\w+)/g ];
+      $meta->{cust}->{group_by} = 1;
+   }
+}
+
+sub choose_sort_cols {
+   my ( $tbl ) = @_;
+   $tbl ||= choose_visible_table();
+   return unless $tbl && exists $tbl_meta{$tbl};
+   $clear_screen_sub->();
+   my $meta = $tbl_meta{$tbl};
+
+   my ( $cols, $hints );
+   if ( $meta->{pivot} ) {
+      $cols  = sub { qw(name set_0) };
+      $hints = { name => 'name', set_0 => 'set_0' };
+   }
+   else {
+      $cols  = sub { return keys %{$meta->{cols}} };
+      $hints = { map { $_ => $meta->{cols}->{$_}->{label} } keys %{$meta->{cols}} };
+   }
+
+   my $val = prompt_list(
+      'Sort columns (reverse sort with -col)',
+      $meta->{sort_cols},
+      $cols,
+      $hints );
+   if ( $meta->{sort_cols} ne $val ) {
+      $meta->{sort_cols} = $val;
+      $meta->{cust}->{sort_cols} = 1;
+      $tbl_meta{$tbl}->{sort_func} = make_sort_func($tbl_meta{$tbl});
+   }
+}
+
+# create_new_filter {{{3
+sub create_new_filter {
+   my ( $filter, $tbl ) = @_;
+   $clear_screen_sub->();
+
+   if ( !$filter || $filter =~ m/\W/ ) {
+      print word_wrap("Choose a name for the filter.  This name is not displayed, and is only used "
+            . "for internal reference.  It can only contain lowercase letters, numbers, and underscores.");
+      print "\n\n";
+      do {
+         $filter = prompt("Enter filter name");
+      } while ( !$filter || $filter =~ m/\W/ );
+   }
+
+   my $completion = sub { keys %{$tbl_meta{$tbl}->{cols}} };
+   my ( $err, $sub, $body );
+   do {
+      $clear_screen_sub->();
+      print word_wrap("A filter is a Perl subroutine that accepts a hashref of columns "
+         . "called \$set, and returns a true value if the filter accepts the row.  Example:\n"
+         . "   \$set->{active_secs} > 5\n"
+         . "will only allow rows if their active_secs column is greater than 5.");
+      print "\n\n";
+      if ( $err ) {
+         print "There's an error in your filter expression: $err\n\n";
+      }
+      $body = prompt("Enter subroutine body", undef, undef, $completion);
+      ( $sub, $err ) = compile_filter($body);
+   } while ( $err );
+
+   $filters{$filter} = {
+      func => $sub,
+      text => $body,
+      user => 1,
+      name => $filter,
+      note => 'User-defined filter',
+      tbls => [$tbl],
+   };
+}
+
+# get_config_interactive {{{3
+sub get_config_interactive {
+   my $key = shift;
+   $clear_screen_sub->();
+
+   # Print help first.
+   print "Enter a new value for '$key' ($config{$key}->{note}).\n";
+
+   my $current = ref($config{$key}->{val}) ? join(" ", @{$config{$key}->{val}}) : $config{$key}->{val};
+
+   my $new_value = prompt('Enter a value', $config{$key}->{pat}, $current);
+   $config{$key}->{val} = $new_value;
+}
+
+sub edit_current_var_set {
+   my $mode = $config{mode}->{val};
+   my $name = $config{"${mode}_set"}->{val};
+   my $variables = $var_sets{$name}->{text};
+
+   my $new = $variables;
+   do {
+      $clear_screen_sub->();
+      $new = prompt("Enter variables for $name", undef, $variables);
+   } until ( $new );
+
+   if ( $new ne $variables ) {
+      @{$var_sets{$name}}{qw(text user)} = ( $new, 1);
+   }
+}
+
+
+sub choose_var_set {
+   my ( $key ) = @_;
+   $clear_screen_sub->();
+
+   my $new_value = prompt_list(
+      'Choose a set of values to display, or enter the name of a new one',
+      $config{$key}->{val},
+      sub { return keys %var_sets },
+      { map { $_ => $var_sets{$_}->{text} } keys %var_sets });
+
+   if ( !exists $var_sets{$new_value} ) {
+      add_new_var_set($new_value);
+   }
+
+   $config{$key}->{val} = $new_value if exists $var_sets{$new_value};
+}
+
+sub switch_var_set {
+   my ( $cfg_var, $dir ) = @_;
+   my @var_sets = sort keys %var_sets;
+   my $cur      = $config{$cfg_var}->{val};
+   my $pos      = grep { $_ lt $cur } @var_sets;
+   my $newpos   = ($pos + $dir) % @var_sets;
+   $config{$cfg_var}->{val} = $var_sets[$newpos];
+   $clear_screen_sub->();
+}
+
+# Online configuration and prompting functions {{{2
+
+# edit_stmt_sleep_times {{{3
+sub edit_stmt_sleep_times {
+   $clear_screen_sub->();
+   my $stmt = prompt_list('Specify a statement', '', sub { return sort keys %stmt_maker_for });
+   return unless $stmt && exists $stmt_maker_for{$stmt};
+   $clear_screen_sub->();
+   my $curr_val = $stmt_sleep_time_for{$stmt} || 0;
+   my $new_val  = prompt('Specify a sleep delay after calling this SQL', $num_regex, $curr_val);
+   if ( $new_val ) {
+      $stmt_sleep_time_for{$stmt} = $new_val;
+   }
+   else {
+      delete $stmt_sleep_time_for{$stmt};
+   }
+}
+
+# edit_server_groups {{{3
+# Choose which server connections are in a server group.  First choose a group,
+# then choose which connections are in it.
+sub edit_server_groups {
+   $clear_screen_sub->();
+   my $mode  = $config{mode}->{val};
+   my $group = $modes{$mode}->{server_group};
+   my %curr  = %server_groups;
+   my $new   = choose_or_create_server_group($group, 'to edit');
+   $clear_screen_sub->();
+   if ( exists $curr{$new} ) {
+      # Don't do this step if the user just created a new server group,
+      # because part of that process was to choose connections.
+      my $cxns  = join(' ', @{$server_groups{$new}});
+      my @conns = choose_or_create_connection($cxns, 'for this group');
+      $server_groups{$new} = \@conns;
+   }
+}
+
+# choose_server_groups {{{3
+sub choose_server_groups {
+   $clear_screen_sub->();
+   my $mode  = $config{mode}->{val};
+   my $group = $modes{$mode}->{server_group};
+   my $new   = choose_or_create_server_group($group, 'for this mode');
+   $modes{$mode}->{server_group} = $new if exists $server_groups{$new};
+}
+
+sub choose_or_create_server_group {
+   my ( $group, $prompt ) = @_;
+   my $new   = '';
+
+   my @available = sort keys %server_groups;
+
+   if ( @available ) {
+      print "You can enter the name of a new group to create it.\n";
+
+      $new = prompt_list(
+         "Choose a server group $prompt",
+         $group,
+         sub { return @available },
+         { map { $_ => join(' ', @{$server_groups{$_}}) } @available });
+
+      $new =~ s/\s.*//;
+
+      if ( !exists $server_groups{$new} ) {
+         my $answer = prompt("There is no server group called '$new'.  Create it?", undef, "y");
+         if ( $answer eq 'y' ) {
+            add_new_server_group($new);
+         }
+      }
+   }
+   else {
+      $new = add_new_server_group();
+   }
+   return $new;
+}
+
+sub choose_or_create_connection {
+   my ( $cxns, $prompt ) = @_;
+   print "You can enter the name of a new connection to create it.\n";
+
+   my @available = sort keys %connections;
+   my $new_cxns = prompt_list(
+      "Choose connections $prompt",
+      $cxns,
+      sub { return @available },
+      { map { $_ => $connections{$_}->{dsn} } @available });
+
+   my @new = unique(grep { !exists $connections{$_} } split(/\s+/, $new_cxns));
+   foreach my $new ( @new ) {
+      my $answer = prompt("There is no connection called '$new'.  Create it?", undef, "y");
+      if ( $answer eq 'y' ) {
+         add_new_dsn($new);
+      }
+   }
+
+   return unique(grep { exists $connections{$_} } split(/\s+/, $new_cxns));
+}
+
+# choose_servers {{{3
+sub choose_servers {
+   $clear_screen_sub->();
+   my $mode = $config{mode}->{val};
+   my $cxns = join(' ', get_connections());
+   my @chosen = choose_or_create_connection($cxns, 'for this mode');
+   $modes{$mode}->{connections} = \@chosen;
+   $modes{$mode}->{server_group} = ''; # Clear this because it overrides {connections}
+}
+
+# display_license {{{3
+sub display_license {
+   $clear_screen_sub->();
+
+   print $innotop_license;
+
+   pause();
+}
+
+# Data-retrieval functions {{{2
+# get_status_info {{{3
+# Get SHOW STATUS and SHOW VARIABLES together.
+sub get_status_info {
+   my @cxns = @_;
+   if ( !$info_gotten{status}++ ) {
+      foreach my $cxn ( @cxns ) {
+         $vars{$cxn}->{$clock} ||= {};
+         my $vars = $vars{$cxn}->{$clock};
+
+         my $sth = do_stmt($cxn, 'SHOW_STATUS') or next;
+         my $res = $sth->fetchall_arrayref();
+         map { $vars->{$_->[0]} = $_->[1] || 0 } @$res;
+
+         # Calculate hi-res uptime and add cxn to the hash.  This duplicates get_driver_status,
+         # but it's most important to have consistency.
+         $vars->{Uptime_hires} ||= get_uptime($cxn);
+         $vars->{cxn} = $cxn;
+
+         # Add SHOW VARIABLES to the hash
+         $sth = do_stmt($cxn, 'SHOW_VARIABLES') or next;
+         $res = $sth->fetchall_arrayref();
+         map { $vars->{$_->[0]} = $_->[1] || 0 } @$res;
+      }
+   }
+}
+
+# Chooses a thread for explaining, killing, etc...
+# First arg is a func that can be called in grep.
+sub choose_thread {
+   my ( $grep_cond, $prompt ) = @_;
+
+   # Narrow the list to queries that can be explained.
+   my %thread_for = map {
+      # Eliminate innotop's own threads.
+      $_ => $dbhs{$_}->{dbh} ? $dbhs{$_}->{dbh}->{mysql_thread_id} : 0
+   } keys %connections;
+
+   my @candidates = grep {
+      $_->{id} != $thread_for{$_->{cxn}} && $grep_cond->($_)
+   } @current_queries;
+   return unless @candidates;
+
+   # Find out which server.
+   my @cxns = unique map { $_->{cxn} } @candidates;
+   my ( $cxn ) = select_cxn('On which server', @cxns);
+   return unless $cxn && exists($connections{$cxn});
+
+   # Re-filter the list of candidates to only those on this server
+   @candidates = grep { $_->{cxn} eq $cxn } @candidates;
+
+   # Find out which thread to do.
+   my $info;
+   if ( @candidates > 1 ) {
+
+      # Sort longest-active first, then longest-idle.
+      my $sort_func = sub {
+         my ( $a, $b ) = @_;
+         return  $a->{query} && !$b->{query} ? 1
+               : $b->{query} && !$a->{query} ? -1
+               : ($a->{time} || 0) <=> ($b->{time} || 0);
+      };
+      my @threads = map { $_->{id} } reverse sort { $sort_func->($a, $b) } @candidates;
+
+      print "\n";
+      my $thread = prompt_list($prompt,
+         $threads[0],
+         sub { return @threads });
+      return unless $thread && $thread =~ m/$int_regex/;
+
+      # Find the info hash of that query on that server.
+      ( $info ) = grep { $thread == $_->{id} } @candidates;
+   }
+   else {
+      $info = $candidates[0];
+   }
+   return $info;
+}
+
+# analyze_query {{{3
+# Allows the user to show fulltext, explain, show optimized...
+sub analyze_query {
+   my ( $action ) = @_;
+
+   my $info = choose_thread(
+      sub { $_[0]->{query} },
+      'Select a thread to analyze',
+   );
+   return unless $info;
+
+   my %actions = (
+      e => \&display_explain,
+      f => \&show_full_query,
+      o => \&show_optimized_query,
+   );
+   do {
+      $actions{$action}->($info);
+      print "\n";
+      $action = pause('Press e to explain, f for full query, o for optimized query');
+   } while ( exists($actions{$action}) );
+}
+
+# inc {{{3
+# Returns the difference between two sets of variables/status/innodb stuff.
+sub inc {
+   my ( $offset, $cxn ) = @_;
+   my $vars = $vars{$cxn};
+   if ( $offset < 0 ) {
+      return $vars->{$clock};
+   }
+   elsif ( exists $vars{$clock - $offset} && !exists $vars->{$clock - $offset - 1} ) {
+      return $vars->{$clock - $offset};
+   }
+   my $cur = $vars->{$clock - $offset};
+   my $pre = $vars->{$clock - $offset - 1};
+   return {
+      # Numeric variables get subtracted, non-numeric get passed straight through.
+      map  {
+         $_ =>
+            ( (defined $cur->{$_} && $cur->{$_} =~ m/$num_regex/)
+            ?  $cur->{$_} - ($pre->{$_} || 0)
+            :  $cur->{$_} )
+      } keys %{$cur}
+   };
+}
+
+# extract_values {{{3
+# Arguments are a set of values (which may be incremental, derived from
+# current and previous), current, and previous values.
+# TODO: there are a few places that don't remember prev set so can't pass it.
+sub extract_values {
+   my ( $set, $cur, $pre, $tbl ) = @_;
+
+   # Hook in event listeners
+   foreach my $listener ( @{$event_listener_for{extract_values}} ) {
+      $listener->extract_values($set, $cur, $pre, $tbl);
+   }
+
+   my $result = {};
+   my $meta   = $tbl_meta{$tbl};
+   my $cols   = $meta->{cols};
+   foreach my $key ( keys %$cols ) {
+      my $info = $cols->{$key}
+         or die "Column '$key' doesn't exist in $tbl";
+      die "No func defined for '$key' in $tbl"
+         unless $info->{func};
+      eval {
+         $result->{$key} = $info->{func}->($set, $cur, $pre)
+      };
+      if ( $EVAL_ERROR ) {
+         if ( $config{debug}->{val} ) {
+            die $EVAL_ERROR;
+         }
+         $result->{$key} = $info->{num} ? 0 : '';
+      }
+   }
+   return $result;
+}
+
+# get_full_processlist {{{3
+sub get_full_processlist {
+   my @cxns = @_;
+   my @result;
+   foreach my $cxn ( @cxns ) {
+      my $stmt = do_stmt($cxn, 'PROCESSLIST') or next;
+      my $arr  = $stmt->fetchall_arrayref({});
+      push @result, map { $_->{cxn} = $cxn; $_ } @$arr;
+   }
+   return @result;
+}
+
+# get_open_tables {{{3
+sub get_open_tables {
+   my @cxns = @_;
+   my @result;
+   foreach my $cxn ( @cxns ) {
+      my $stmt = do_stmt($cxn, 'OPEN_TABLES') or next;
+      my $arr  = $stmt->fetchall_arrayref({});
+      push @result, map { $_->{cxn} = $cxn; $_ } @$arr;
+   }
+   return @result;
+}
+
+# get_innodb_status {{{3
+sub get_innodb_status {
+   my ( $cxns, $addl_sections ) = @_;
+   if ( !$config{skip_innodb}->{val} && !$info_gotten{innodb_status}++ ) {
+
+      # Determine which sections need to be parsed
+      my %sections_required =
+         map  { $tbl_meta{$_}->{innodb} => 1 }
+         grep { $_ && $tbl_meta{$_}->{innodb} }
+         get_visible_tables();
+
+      # Add in any other sections the caller requested.
+      foreach my $sec ( @$addl_sections ) {
+         $sections_required{$sec} = 1;
+      }
+
+      foreach my $cxn ( @$cxns ) {
+         my $innodb_status_text;
+
+         if ( $file ) { # Try to fetch status text from the file.
+            my @stat = stat($file);
+
+            # Initialize the file.
+            if ( !$file_mtime ) {
+               # Initialize to 130k from the end of the file (because the limit
+               # on the size of innodb status is 128k even with Google's patches)
+               # and try to grab the last status from the file.
+               sysseek($file, (-128 * 1_024), 2);
+            }
+
+            # Read from the file.
+            my $buffer;
+            if ( !$file_mtime || $file_mtime != $stat[9] ) {
+               $file_data = '';
+               while ( sysread($file, $buffer, 4096) ) {
+                  $file_data .= $buffer;
+               }
+               $file_mtime = $stat[9];
+            }
+
+            # Delete everything but the last InnoDB status text from the file.
+            $file_data =~ s/\A.*(?=^=====================================\n...... ........ INNODB MONITOR OUTPUT)//ms;
+            $innodb_status_text = $file_data;
+         }
+
+         else {
+            my $stmt = do_stmt($cxn, 'INNODB_STATUS') or next;
+            $innodb_status_text = $stmt->fetchrow_hashref()->{status};
+         }
+
+         next unless $innodb_status_text
+            && substr($innodb_status_text, 0, 100) =~ m/INNODB MONITOR OUTPUT/;
+
+         # Parse and merge into %vars storage
+         my %innodb_status = (
+            $innodb_parser->get_status_hash(
+               $innodb_status_text,
+               $config{debug}->{val},
+               \%sections_required,
+               0, # don't parse full lock information
+            )
+         );
+         if ( !$innodb_status{IB_got_all} && $config{auto_wipe_dl}->{val} ) {
+            clear_deadlock($cxn);
+         }
+
+         # Merge using a hash slice, which is the fastest way
+         $vars{$cxn}->{$clock} ||= {};
+         my $hash = $vars{$cxn}->{$clock};
+         @{$hash}{ keys %innodb_status } = values %innodb_status;
+         $hash->{cxn} = $cxn;
+         $hash->{Uptime_hires} ||= get_uptime($cxn);
+      }
+   }
+}
+
+# clear_deadlock {{{3
+sub clear_deadlock {
+   my ( $cxn ) = @_;
+   return if $clearing_deadlocks++;
+   my $tbl = $connections{$cxn}->{dl_table};
+   return unless $tbl;
+
+   eval {
+      # Set up the table for creating a deadlock.
+      my $engine = version_ge($dbhs{$cxn}->{dbh}, '4.1.2') ? 'engine' : 'type';
+      return unless do_query($cxn, "drop table if exists $tbl");
+      return unless do_query($cxn, "create table $tbl(a int) $engine=innodb");
+      return unless do_query($cxn, "delete from $tbl");
+      return unless do_query($cxn, "insert into $tbl(a) values(0), (1)");
+      return unless do_query($cxn, "commit"); # Or the children will block against the parent
+
+      # Fork off two children to deadlock against each other.
+      my %children;
+      foreach my $child ( 0..1 ) {
+         my $pid = fork();
+         if ( defined($pid) && $pid == 0 ) { # I am a child
+            deadlock_thread( $child, $tbl, $cxn );
+         }
+         elsif ( !defined($pid) ) {
+            die("Unable to fork for clearing deadlocks!\n");
+         }
+         # I already exited if I'm a child, so I'm the parent.
+         $children{$child} = $pid;
+      }
+
+      # Wait for the children to exit.
+      foreach my $child ( keys %children ) {
+         my $pid = waitpid($children{$child}, 0);
+      }
+
+      # Clean up.
+      do_query($cxn, "drop table $tbl");
+   };
+   if ( $EVAL_ERROR ) {
+      print $EVAL_ERROR;
+      pause();
+   }
+
+   $clearing_deadlocks = 0;
+}
+
+sub get_master_logs {
+   my @cxns = @_;
+   my @result;
+   if ( !$info_gotten{master_logs}++ ) {
+      foreach my $cxn ( @cxns ) {
+         my $stmt = do_stmt($cxn, 'SHOW_MASTER_LOGS') or next;
+         push @result, @{$stmt->fetchall_arrayref({})};
+      }
+   }
+   return @result;
+}
+
+# get_master_slave_status {{{3
+sub get_master_slave_status {
+   my @cxns = @_;
+   if ( !$info_gotten{replication_status}++ ) {
+      foreach my $cxn ( @cxns ) {
+         $vars{$cxn}->{$clock} ||= {};
+         my $vars = $vars{$cxn}->{$clock};
+         $vars->{cxn} = $cxn;
+
+         my $stmt = do_stmt($cxn, 'SHOW_MASTER_STATUS') or next;
+         my $res = $stmt->fetchall_arrayref({})->[0];
+         @{$vars}{ keys %$res } = values %$res;
+         $stmt = do_stmt($cxn, 'SHOW_SLAVE_STATUS') or next;
+         $res = $stmt->fetchall_arrayref({})->[0];
+         @{$vars}{ keys %$res } = values %$res;
+         $vars->{Uptime_hires} ||= get_uptime($cxn);
+      }
+   }
+}
+
+sub is_func {
+   my ( $word ) = @_;
+   return defined(&$word)
+      || eval "my \$x= sub { $word  }; 1"
+      || $EVAL_ERROR !~ m/^Bareword/;
+}
+
+# Documentation {{{1
+# ############################################################################
+# I put this last as per the Dog book.
+# ############################################################################
+=pod
+
+=head1 NAME
+
+innotop - MySQL and InnoDB transaction/status monitor.
+
+=head1 SYNOPSIS
+
+To monitor servers normally:
+
+ innotop
+
+To monitor InnoDB status information from a file:
+
+ innotop /var/log/mysql/mysqld.err
+
+To run innotop non-interactively in a pipe-and-filter configuration:
+
+ innotop --count 5 -d 1 -n
+
+=head1 DESCRIPTION
+
+innotop monitors MySQL servers.  Each of its modes shows you a different aspect
+of what's happening in the server.  For example, there's a mode for monitoring
+replication, one for queries, and one for transactions.  innotop refreshes its
+data periodically, so you see an updating view.
+
+innotop has lots of features for power users, but you can start and run it with
+virtually no configuration.  If you're just getting started, see
+L<"QUICK-START">.  Press '?' at any time while running innotop for
+context-sensitive help.
+
+=head1 QUICK-START
+
+To start innotop, open a terminal or command prompt.  If you have installed
+innotop on your system, you should be able to just type "innotop" and press
+Enter; otherwise, you will need to change to innotop's directory and type "perl
+innotop".
+
+The first thing innotop needs to know is how to connect to a MySQL server.  You
+can just enter the hostname of the server, for example "localhost" or
+"127.0.0.1" if the server is on the same machine as innotop.  After this innotop
+will prompt you for a DSN (data source name).  You should be able to just accept
+the defaults by pressing Enter.
+
+When innotop asks you about a table to use when resetting InnoDB deadlock
+information, just accept the default for now.  This is an advanced feature you
+can configure later (see L<"D: InnoDB Deadlocks"> for more).
+
+If you have a .my.cnf file with your MySQL connection defaults, innotop can read
+it, and you won't need to specify a username and password if it's in that file.
+Otherwise, you should answer 'y' to the next couple of prompts.
+
+After this, you should be connected, and innotop should show you something like
+the following:
+
+ InnoDB Txns (? for help) localhost, 01:11:19, InnoDB 10s :-), 50 QPS,
+ 
+ CXN        History  Versions  Undo  Dirty Buf  Used Bufs  Txns  MaxTxn
+ localhost        7      2035  0 0       0.00%     92.19%     1   07:34
+ 
+ CXN        ID     User   Host       Txn Status  Time   Undo  Query Tex
+ localhost  98379  user1  webserver  ACTIVE      07:34     0  SELECT `c
+ localhost  98450  user1  webserver  ACTIVE      01:06     0  INSERT IN
+ localhost  97750  user1  webserver  not starte  00:00     0      
+ localhost  98375  user1  appserver  not starte  00:00     0      
+
+(This sample is truncated at the right so it will fit on a terminal when running
+'man innotop')
+
+This sample comes from a quiet server with few transactions active.  If your
+server is busy, you'll see more output.  Notice the first line on the screen,
+which tells you what mode you're in and what server you're connected to.  You
+can change to other modes with keystrokes; press 'Q' to switch to a list of
+currently running queries.
+
+Press the '?' key to see what keys are active in the current mode.  You can
+press any of these keys and innotop will either take the requested action or
+prompt you for more input.  If your system has Term::ReadLine support, you can
+use TAB and other keys to auto-complete and edit input.
+
+To quit innotop, press the 'q' key.
+
+=head1 OPTIONS
+
+innotop is mostly configured via its configuration file, but some of the
+configuration options can come from the command line.  You can also specify a
+file to monitor for InnoDB status output; see L<"MONITORING A FILE"> for more
+details.
+
+You can negate some options by prefixing the option name with --no.  For
+example, --noinc (or --no-inc) negates L<"--inc">.
+
+=over
+
+=item --help
+
+Print a summary of command-line usage and exit.
+
+=item --color
+
+Enable or disable terminal coloring.  Corresponds to the L<"color"> config file
+setting.
+
+=item --config
+
+Specifies a configuration file to read.  This option is non-sticky, that is to
+say it does not persist to the configuration file itself.
+
+=item --nonint
+
+Enable non-interactive operation.  See L<"NON-INTERACTIVE OPERATION"> for more.
+
+=item --count
+
+Refresh only the specified number of times (ticks) before exiting.  Each refresh
+is a pause for L<"interval"> seconds, followed by requesting data from MySQL
+connections and printing it to the terminal.
+
+=item --delay
+
+Specifies the amount of time to pause between ticks (refreshes).  Corresponds to
+the configuration option L<"interval">.
+
+=item --mode
+
+Specifies the mode in which innotop should start.  Corresponds to the
+configuration option L<"mode">.
+
+=item --inc
+
+Specifies whether innotop should display absolute numbers or relative numbers
+(offsets from their previous values).  Corresponds to the configuration option
+L<"status_inc">.
+
+=item --version
+
+Output version information and exit.
+
+=back
+
+=head1 HOTKEYS
+
+innotop is interactive, and you control it with key-presses.
+
+=over
+
+=item *
+
+Uppercase keys switch between modes.
+
+=item *
+
+Lowercase keys initiate some action within the current mode.
+
+=item *
+
+Other keys do something special like change configuration or show the
+innotop license.
+
+=back
+
+Press '?' at any time to see the currently active keys and what they do.
+
+=head1 MODES
+
+Each of innotop's modes retrieves and displays a particular type of data from
+the servers you're monitoring.  You switch between modes with uppercase keys.
+The following is a brief description of each mode, in alphabetical order.  To
+switch to the mode, press the key listed in front of its heading in the
+following list:
+
+=over
+
+=item B: InnoDB Buffers
+
+This mode displays information about the InnoDB buffer pool, page statistics,
+insert buffer, and adaptive hash index.  The data comes from SHOW INNODB STATUS.
+
+This mode contains the L<"buffer_pool">, L<"page_statistics">,
+L<"insert_buffers">, and L<"adaptive_hash_index"> tables by default.
+
+=item C: Command Summary
+
+This mode is similar to mytop's Command Summary mode.  It shows the
+L<"cmd_summary"> table, which looks something like the following:
+
+ Command Summary (? for help) localhost, 25+07:16:43, 2.45 QPS, 3 thd, 5.0.40
+ _____________________ Command Summary _____________________
+ Name                    Value    Pct     Last Incr  Pct    
+ Select_scan             3244858  69.89%          2  100.00%
+ Select_range            1354177  29.17%          0    0.00%
+ Select_full_join          39479   0.85%          0    0.00%
+ Select_full_range_join     4097   0.09%          0    0.00%
+ Select_range_check            0   0.00%          0    0.00%
+
+The command summary table is built by extracting variables from
+L<"STATUS_VARIABLES">.  The variables must be numeric and must match the prefix
+given by the L<"cmd_filter"> configuration variable.  The variables are then
+sorted by value descending and compared to the last variable, as shown above.
+The percentage columns are percentage of the total of all variables in the
+table, so you can see the relative weight of the variables.
+
+The example shows what you see if the prefix is "Select_".  The default
+prefix is "Com_".  You can choose a prefix with the 's' key.
+
+It's rather like running SHOW VARIABLES LIKE "prefix%" with memory and
+nice formatting.
+
+Values are aggregated across all servers.  The Pct columns are not correctly
+aggregated across multiple servers.  This is a known limitation of the grouping
+algorithm that may be fixed in the future.
+
+=item D: InnoDB Deadlocks
+
+This mode shows the transactions involved in the last InnoDB deadlock.  A second
+table shows the locks each transaction held and waited for.  A deadlock is
+caused by a cycle in the waits-for graph, so there should be two locks held and
+one waited for unless the deadlock information is truncated.
+
+InnoDB puts deadlock information before some other information in the SHOW
+INNODB STATUS output.  If there are a lot of locks, the deadlock information can
+grow very large, and there is a limit on the size of the SHOW INNODB
+STATUS output.  A large deadlock can fill the entire output, or even be
+truncated, and prevent you from seeing other information at all.  If you are
+running innotop in another mode, for example T mode, and suddenly you don't see
+anything, you might want to check and see if a deadlock has wiped out the data
+you need.
+
+If it has, you can create a small deadlock to replace the large one.  Use the
+'w' key to 'wipe' the large deadlock with a small one.  This will not work
+unless you have defined a deadlock table for the connection (see L<"SERVER
+CONNECTIONS">).
+
+You can also configure innotop to automatically detect when a large deadlock
+needs to be replaced with a small one (see L<"auto_wipe_dl">).
+
+This mode displays the L<"deadlock_transactions"> and L<"deadlock_locks"> tables
+by default.
+
+=item F: InnoDB Foreign Key Errors
+
+This mode shows the last InnoDB foreign key error information, such as the
+table where it happened, when and who and what query caused it, and so on.
+
+InnoDB has a huge variety of foreign key error messages, and many of them are
+just hard to parse.  innotop doesn't always do the best job here, but there's
+so much code devoted to parsing this messy, unparseable output that innotop is
+likely never to be perfect in this regard.  If innotop doesn't show you what
+you need to see, just look at the status text directly.
+
+This mode displays the L<"fk_error"> table by default.
+
+=item I: InnoDB I/O Info
+
+This mode shows InnoDB's I/O statistics, including the I/O threads, pending I/O,
+file I/O miscellaneous, and log statistics.  It displays the L<"io_threads">,
+L<"pending_io">, L<"file_io_misc">, and L<"log_statistics"> tables by default.
+
+=item L: Locks
+
+This mode shows information about current locks.  At the moment only InnoDB
+locks are supported, and by default you'll only see locks for which transactions
+are waiting.  This information comes from the TRANSACTIONS section of the InnoDB
+status text.  If you have a very busy server, you may have frequent lock waits;
+it helps to be able to see which tables and indexes are the "hot spot" for
+locks.  If your server is running pretty well, this mode should show nothing.
+
+You can configure MySQL and innotop to monitor not only locks for which a
+transaction is waiting, but those currently held, too.  You can do this with the
+InnoDB Lock Monitor (L<http://dev.mysql.com/doc/en/innodb-monitor.html>).  It's
+not documented in the MySQL manual, but creating the lock monitor with the
+following statement also affects the output of SHOW INNODB STATUS, which innotop
+uses:
+
+  CREATE TABLE innodb_lock_monitor(a int) ENGINE=INNODB;
+
+This causes InnoDB to print its output to the MySQL file every 16 seconds or so,
+as stated in the manual, but it also makes the normal SHOW INNODB STATUS output
+include lock information, which innotop can parse and display (that's the
+undocumented feature).
+
+This means you can do what may have seemed impossible: to a limited extent
+(InnoDB truncates some information in the output), you can see which transaction
+holds the locks something else is waiting for.  You can also enable and disable
+the InnoDB Lock Monitor with the key mappings in this mode.
+
+This mode displays the L<"innodb_locks"> table by default.  Here's a sample of
+the screen when one connection is waiting for locks another connection holds:
+
+ _________________________________ InnoDB Locks __________________________
+ CXN        ID  Type    Waiting  Wait   Active  Mode  DB    Table  Index
+ localhost  12  RECORD        1  00:10   00:10  X     test  t1     PRIMARY
+ localhost  12  TABLE         0  00:10   00:10  IX    test  t1
+ localhost  12  RECORD        1  00:10   00:10  X     test  t1     PRIMARY
+ localhost  11  TABLE         0  00:00   00:25  IX    test  t1
+ localhost  11  RECORD        0  00:00   00:25  X     test  t1     PRIMARY
+
+You can see the first connection, ID 12, is waiting for a lock on the PRIMARY
+key on test.t1, and has been waiting for 10 seconds.  The second connection
+isn't waiting, because the Waiting column is 0, but it holds locks on the same
+index.  That tells you connection 11 is blocking connection 12.
+
+=item M: Master/Slave Replication Status
+
+This mode shows the output of SHOW SLAVE STATUS and SHOW MASTER STATUS in three
+tables.  The first two divide the slave's status into SQL and I/O thread status,
+and the last shows master status.  Filters are applied to eliminate non-slave
+servers from the slave tables, and non-master servers from the master table.
+
+This mode displays the L<"slave_sql_status">, L<"slave_io_status">, and
+L<"master_status"> tables by default.
+
+=item O: Open Tables
+
+This section comes from MySQL's SHOW OPEN TABLES command.  By default it is
+filtered to show tables which are in use by one or more queries, so you can
+get a quick look at which tables are 'hot'.  You can use this to guess which
+tables might be locked implicitly.
+
+This mode displays the L<"open_tables"> mode by default.
+
+=item Q: Query List
+
+This mode displays the output from SHOW FULL PROCESSLIST, much like B<mytop>'s
+query list mode.  This mode does B<not> show InnoDB-related information.  This
+is probably one of the most useful modes for general usage.
+
+There is an informative header that shows general status information about
+your server.  You can toggle it on and off with the 'h' key.  By default,
+innotop hides inactive processes and its own process.  You can toggle these on
+and off with the 'i' and 'a' keys.
+
+You can EXPLAIN a query from this mode with the 'e' key.  This displays the
+query's full text, the results of EXPLAIN, and in newer MySQL versions, even
+the optimized query resulting from EXPLAIN EXTENDED.  innotop also tries to
+rewrite certain queries to make them EXPLAIN-able.  For example, INSERT/SELECT
+statements are rewritable.
+
+This mode displays the L<"q_header"> and L<"processlist"> tables by default.
+
+=item R: InnoDB Row Operations and Semaphores
+
+This mode shows InnoDB row operations, row operation miscellaneous, semaphores,
+and information from the wait array.  It displays the L<"row_operations">,
+L<"row_operation_misc">, L<"semaphores">, and L<"wait_array"> tables by default.
+
+=item S: Variables & Status
+
+This mode calculates statistics, such as queries per second, and prints them out
+in several different styles.  You can show absolute values, or incremental values
+between ticks.
+
+You can switch between the views by pressing a key.  The 's' key prints a
+single line each time the screen updates, in the style of B<vmstat>.  The 'g'
+key changes the view to a graph of the same numbers, sort of like B<tload>.
+The 'v' key changes the view to a pivoted table of variable names on the left,
+with successive updates scrolling across the screen from left to right.  You can
+choose how many updates to put on the screen with the L<"num_status_sets">
+configuration variable.
+
+Headers may be abbreviated to fit on the screen in interactive operation.  You
+choose which variables to display with the 'c' key, which selects from
+predefined sets, or lets you create your own sets.  You can edit the current set
+with the 'e' key.
+
+This mode doesn't really display any tables like other modes.  Instead, it uses
+a table definition to extract and format the data, but it then transforms the
+result in special ways before outputting it.  It uses the L<"var_status"> table
+definition for this.
+
+=item T: InnoDB Transactions
+
+This mode shows transactions from the InnoDB monitor's output, in B<top>-like
+format.  This mode is the reason I wrote innotop.
+
+You can kill queries or processes with the 'k' and 'x' keys, and EXPLAIN a query
+with the 'e' or 'f' keys.  InnoDB doesn't print the full query in transactions,
+so explaining may not work right if the query is truncated.
+
+The informational header can be toggled on and off with the 'h' key.  By
+default, innotop hides inactive transactions and its own transaction.  You can
+toggle this on and off with the 'i' and 'a' keys.
+
+This mode displays the L<"t_header"> and L<"innodb_transactions"> tables by
+default.
+
+=back
+
+=head1 INNOTOP STATUS
+
+The first line innotop displays is a "status bar" of sorts.  What it contains
+depends on the mode you're in, and what servers you're monitoring.  The first
+few words are always the innotop mode, such as "InnoDB Txns" for T mode,
+followed by a reminder to press '?' for help at any time.
+
+=head2 ONE SERVER
+
+The simplest case is when you're monitoring a single server.  In this case, the
+name of the connection is next on the status line.  This is the name you gave
+when you created the connection -- most likely the MySQL server's hostname.
+This is followed by the server's uptime.
+
+If you're in an InnoDB mode, such as T or B, the next word is "InnoDB" followed
+by some information about the SHOW INNODB STATUS output used to render the
+screen.  The first word is the number of seconds since the last SHOW INNODB
+STATUS, which InnoDB uses to calculate some per-second statistics.  The next is
+a smiley face indicating whether the InnoDB output is truncated.  If the smiley
+face is a :-), all is well; there is no truncation.  A :^| means the transaction
+list is so long, InnoDB has only printed out some of the transactions.  Finally,
+a frown :-( means the output is incomplete, which is probably due to a deadlock
+printing too much lock information (see L<"D: InnoDB Deadlocks">).
+
+The next two words indicate the server's queries per second (QPS) and how many
+threads (connections) exist.  Finally, the server's version number is the last
+thing on the line.
+
+=head2 MULTIPLE SERVERS
+
+If you are monitoring multiple servers (see L<"SERVER CONNECTIONS">), the status
+line does not show any details about individual servers.  Instead, it shows the
+names of the connections that are active.  Again, these are connection names you
+specified, which are likely to be the server's hostname.  A connection that has
+an error is prefixed with an exclamation point.
+
+If you are monitoring a group of servers (see L<"SERVER GROUPS">), the status
+line shows the name of the group.  If any connection in the group has an
+error, the group's name is followed by the fraction of the connections that
+don't have errors.
+
+See L<"ERROR HANDLING"> for more details about innotop's error handling.
+
+=head2 MONITORING A FILE
+
+If you give a filename on the command line, innotop will not connect to ANY
+servers at all.  It will watch the specified file for InnoDB status output and
+use that as its data source.  It will always show a single connection called
+'file'.  And since it can't connect to a server, it can't determine how long the
+server it's monitoring has been up; so it calculates the server's uptime as time
+since innotop started running.
+
+=head1 SERVER ADMINISTRATION
+
+While innotop is primarily a monitor that lets you watch and analyze your
+servers, it can also send commands to servers.  The most frequently useful
+commands are killing queries and stopping or starting slaves.
+
+You can kill a connection, or in newer versions of MySQL kill a query but not a
+connection, from L<"Q: Query List"> and L<"T: InnoDB Transactions"> modes.
+Press 'k' to issue a KILL command, or 'x' to issue a KILL QUERY command.
+innotop will prompt you for the server and/or connection ID to kill (innotop
+does not prompt you if there is only one possible choice for any input).
+innotop pre-selects the longest-running query, or the oldest connection.
+Confirm the command with 'y'.
+
+In L<"M: Master/Slave Replication Status"> mode, you can start and stop slaves
+with the 'a' and 'o' keys, respectively.  You can send these commands to many
+slaves at once.  innotop fills in a default command of START SLAVE or STOP SLAVE
+for you, but you can actually edit the command and send anything you wish, such
+as SET GLOBAL SQL_SLAVE_SKIP_COUNTER=1 to make the slave skip one binlog event
+when it starts.
+
+You can also ask innotop to calculate the earliest binlog in use by any slave
+and issue a PURGE MASTER LOGS on the master.  Use the 'b' key for this.  innotop
+will prompt you for a master to run the command on, then prompt you for the
+connection names of that master's slaves (there is no way for innotop to
+determine this reliably itself).  innotop will find the minimum binlog in use by
+these slave connections and suggest it as the argument to PURGE MASTER LOGS.
+
+=head1 SERVER CONNECTIONS
+
+When you create a server connection, innotop asks you for a series of inputs, as
+follows:
+
+=over
+
+=item DSN
+
+A DSN is a Data Source Name, which is the initial argument passed to the DBI
+module for connecting to a server.  It is usually of the form
+
+ DBI:mysql:;mysql_read_default_group=mysql;host=HOSTNAME
+
+Since this DSN is passed to the DBD::mysql driver, you should read the driver's
+documentation at L<"http://search.cpan.org/dist/DBD-mysql/lib/DBD/mysql.pm";> for
+the exact details on all the options you can pass the driver in the DSN.  You
+can read more about DBI at L<http://dbi.perl.org/docs/>, and especially at
+L<http://search.cpan.org/~timb/DBI/DBI.pm>.
+
+The mysql_read_default_group=mysql option lets the DBD driver read your MySQL
+options files, such as ~/.my.cnf on UNIX-ish systems.  You can use this to avoid
+specifying a username or password for the connection.
+
+=item InnoDB Deadlock Table
+
+This optional item tells innotop a table name it can use to deliberately create
+a small deadlock (see L<"D: InnoDB Deadlocks">).  If you specify this option,
+you just need to be sure the table doesn't exist, and that innotop can create
+and drop the table with the InnoDB storage engine.  You can safely omit or just
+accept the default if you don't intend to use this.
+
+=item Username
+
+innotop will ask you if you want to specify a username.  If you say 'y', it will
+then prompt you for a user name.  If you have a MySQL option file that specifies
+your username, you don't have to specify a username.
+
+The username defaults to your login name on the system you're running innotop on.
+
+=item Password
+
+innotop will ask you if you want to specify a password.  Like the username, the
+password is optional, but there's an additional prompt that asks if you want to
+save the password in the innotop configuration file.  If you don't save it in
+the configuration file, innotop will prompt you for a password each time it
+starts.  Passwords in the innotop configuration file are saved in plain text,
+not encrypted in any way.
+
+=back
+
+Once you finish answering these questions, you should be connected to a server.
+But innotop isn't limited to monitoring a single server; you can define many
+server connections and switch between them by pressing the '@' key.  See
+L<"SWITCHING BETWEEN CONNECTIONS">.
+
+To create a new connection, press the '@' key and type the name of the new
+connection, then follow the steps given above.
+
+=head1 SERVER GROUPS
+
+If you have multiple MySQL instances, you can put them into named groups, such
+as 'all', 'masters', and 'slaves', which innotop can monitor all together.
+
+You can choose which group to monitor with the '#' key, and you can press the
+TAB key to switch to the next group.  If you're not currently monitoring a
+group, pressing TAB selects the first group.
+
+To create a group, press the '#' key and type the name of your new group, then
+type the names of the connections you want the group to contain.
+
+=head1 SWITCHING BETWEEN CONNECTIONS
+
+innotop lets you quickly switch which servers you're monitoring.  The most basic
+way is by pressing the '@' key and typing the name(s) of the connection(s) you
+want to use.  This setting is per-mode, so you can monitor different connections
+in each mode, and innotop remembers which connections you choose.
+
+You can quickly switch to the 'next' connection in alphabetical order with the
+'n' key.  If you're monitoring a server group (see L<"SERVER GROUPS">) this will
+switch to the first connection.
+
+You can also type many connection names, and innotop will fetch and display data
+from them all.  Just separate the connection names with spaces, for example
+"server1 server2."  Again, if you type the name of a connection that doesn't
+exist, innotop will prompt you for connection information and create the
+connection.
+
+Another way to monitor multiple connections at once is with server groups.  You
+can use the TAB key to switch to the 'next' group in alphabetical order, or if
+you're not monitoring any groups, TAB will switch to the first group.
+
+innotop does not fetch data in parallel from connections, so if you are
+monitoring a large group or many connections, you may notice increased delay
+between ticks.
+
+When you monitor more than one connection, innotop's status bar changes.  See
+L<"INNOTOP STATUS">.
+
+=head1 ERROR HANDLING
+
+Error handling is not that important when monitoring a single connection, but is
+crucial when you have many active connections.  A crashed server or lost
+connection should not crash innotop.  As a result, innotop will continue to run
+even when there is an error; it just won't display any information from the
+connection that had an error.  Because of this, innotop's behavior might confuse
+you.  It's a feature, not a bug!
+
+innotop does not continue to query connections that have errors, because they
+may slow innotop and make it hard to use, especially if the error is a problem
+connecting and causes a long time-out.  Instead, innotop retries the connection
+occasionally to see if the error still exists.  If so, it will wait until some
+point in the future.  The wait time increases in ticks as the Fibonacci series,
+so it tries less frequently as time passes.
+
+Since errors might only happen in certain modes because of the SQL commands
+issued in those modes, innotop keeps track of which mode caused the error.  If
+you switch to a different mode, innotop will retry the connection instead of
+waiting.
+
+By default innotop will display the problem in red text at the bottom of the
+first table on the screen.  You can disable this behavior with the
+L<"show_cxn_errors_in_tbl"> configuration option, which is enabled by default.
+If the L<"debug"> option is enabled, innotop will display the error at the
+bottom of every table, not just the first.  And if L<"show_cxn_errors"> is
+enabled, innotop will print the error text to STDOUT as well.  Error messages
+might only display in the mode that caused the error, depending on the mode and
+whether innotop is avoiding querying that connection.
+
+=head1 NON-INTERACTIVE OPERATION
+
+You can run innotop in non-interactive mode, in which case it is entirely
+controlled from the configuration file and command-line options.  To start
+innotop in non-interactive mode, give the L"<--nonint"> command-line option.
+This changes innotop's behavior in the following ways:
+
+=over
+
+=item *
+
+Certain Perl modules are not loaded.  Term::Readline is not loaded, since
+innotop doesn't prompt interactively.  Term::ANSIColor and Win32::Console::ANSI
+modules are not loaded.  Term::ReadKey is still used, since innotop may have to
+prompt for connection passwords when starting up.
+
+=item *
+
+innotop does not clear the screen after each tick.
+
+=item *
+
+innotop does not persist any changes to the configuration file.
+
+=item *
+
+If L<"--count"> is given and innotop is in incremental mode (see L<"status_inc">
+and L<"--inc">), innotop actually refreshes one more time than specified so it
+can print incremental statistics.  This suppresses output during the first
+tick, so innotop may appear to hang.
+
+=item *
+
+innotop only displays the first table in each mode.  This is so the output can
+be easily processed with other command-line utilities such as awk and sed.  To
+change which tables display in each mode, see L<"TABLES">.  Since L<"Q: Query
+List"> mode is so important, innotop automatically disables the L<"q_header">
+table.  This ensures you'll see the L<"processlist"> table, even if you have
+innotop configured to show the q_header table during interactive operation.
+Similarly, in L<"T: InnoDB Transactions"> mode, the L<"t_header"> table is
+suppressed so you see only the L<"innodb_transactions"> table.
+
+=item *
+
+All output is tab-separated instead of being column-aligned with whitespace, and
+innotop prints the full contents of each table instead of only printing one
+screenful at a time.
+
+=item *
+
+innotop only prints column headers once instead of every tick (see
+L<"hide_hdr">).  innotop does not print table captions (see
+L<"display_table_captions">).  innotop ensures there are no empty lines in the
+output.
+
+=item *
+
+innotop does not honor the L<"shorten"> transformation, which normally shortens
+some numbers to human-readable formats.
+
+=item *
+
+innotop does not print a status line (see L<"INNOTOP STATUS">).
+
+=back
+
+=head1 CONFIGURING
+
+Nearly everything about innotop is configurable.  Most things are possible to
+change with built-in commands, but you can also edit the configuration file.
+
+While running innotop, press the '$' key to bring up the configuration editing
+dialog.  Press another key to select the type of data you want to edit:
+
+=over
+
+=item S: Statement Sleep Times
+
+Edits SQL statement sleep delays, which make innotop pause for the specified
+amount of time after executing a statement.  See L<"SQL STATEMENTS"> for a
+definition of each statement and what it does.  By default innotop does not
+delay after any statements.
+
+This feature is included so you can customize the side-effects caused by
+monitoring your server.  You may not see any effects, but some innotop users
+have noticed that certain MySQL versions under very high load with InnoDB
+enabled take longer than usual to execute SHOW GLOBAL STATUS.  If innotop calls
+SHOW FULL PROCESSLIST immediately afterward, the processlist contains more
+queries than the machine actually averages at any given moment.  Configuring
+innotop to pause briefly after calling SHOW GLOBAL STATUS alleviates this
+effect.
+
+Sleep times are stored in the L<"stmt_sleep_times"> section of the configuration
+file.  Fractional-second sleeps are supported, subject to your hardware's
+limitations.
+
+=item c: Edit Columns
+
+Starts the table editor on one of the displayed tables.  See L<"TABLE EDITOR">.
+An alternative way to start the table editor without entering the configuration
+dialog is with the '^' key.
+
+=item g: General Configuration
+
+Starts the configuration editor to edit global and mode-specific configuration
+variables (see L<"MODES">).  innotop prompts you to choose a variable from among
+the global and mode-specific ones depending on the current mode.
+
+=item k: Row-Coloring Rules
+
+Starts the row-coloring rules editor on one of the displayed table(s).  See
+L<"COLORS"> for details.
+
+=item p: Manage Plugins
+
+Starts the plugin configuration editor.  See L<"PLUGINS"> for details.
+
+=item s: Server Groups
+
+Lets you create and edit server groups.  See L<"SERVER GROUPS">.
+
+=item t: Choose Displayed Tables
+
+Lets you choose which tables to display in this mode.  See L<"MODES"> and
+L<"TABLES">.
+
+=back
+
+=head1 CONFIGURATION FILE
+
+innotop's default configuration file location is in $HOME/.innotop, but can be
+overridden with the L<"--config"> command-line option.  You can edit it by hand
+safely.  innotop reads the configuration file when it starts, and writes it out
+again when it exits, so any changes you make while innotop is running will be
+lost.
+
+innotop doesn't store its entire configuration in the configuration file.  It
+has a huge set of default configuration that it holds only in memory, and the
+configuration file only overrides these defaults.  When you customize a default
+setting, innotop notices, and then stores the customizations into the file.
+This keeps the file size down, makes it easier to edit, and makes upgrades
+easier.
+
+A configuration file can be made read-only.  See L<"readonly">.
+
+The configuration file is arranged into sections like an INI file.  Each
+section begins with [section-name] and ends with [/section-name].  Each
+section's entries have a different syntax depending on the data they need to
+store.  You can put comments in the file; any line that begins with a #
+character is a comment.  innotop will not read the comments, so it won't write
+them back out to the file when it exits.  Comments in read-only configuration
+files are still useful, though.
+
+The first line in the file is innotop's version number.  This lets innotop
+notice when the file format is not backwards-compatible, and upgrade smoothly
+without destroying your customized configuration.
+
+The following list describes each section of the configuration file and the data
+it contains:
+
+=over
+
+=item general
+
+The 'general' section contains global configuration variables and variables that
+may be mode-specific, but don't belong in any other section.  The syntax is a
+simple key=value list.  innotop writes a comment above each value to help you
+edit the file by hand.
+
+=over
+
+=item S_func
+
+Controls S mode presentation (see L<"S: Variables & Status">).  If g, values are
+graphed; if s, values are like vmstat; if p, values are in a pivoted table.
+
+=item S_set
+
+Specifies which set of variables to display in L<"S: Variables & Status"> mode.
+See L<"VARIABLE SETS">.
+
+=item auto_wipe_dl
+
+Instructs innotop to automatically wipe large deadlocks when it notices them.
+When this happens you may notice a slight delay.  At the next tick, you will
+usually see the information that was being truncated by the large deadlock.
+
+=item charset
+
+Specifies what kind of characters to allow through the L<"no_ctrl_char">
+transformation.  This keeps non-printable characters from confusing a
+terminal when you monitor queries that contain binary data, such as images.
+
+The default is 'ascii', which considers anything outside normal ASCII to be a
+control character.  The other allowable values are 'unicode' and 'none'.  'none'
+considers every character a control character, which can be useful for
+collapsing ALL text fields in queries.
+
+=item cmd_filter
+
+This is the prefix that filters variables in L<"C: Command Summary"> mode.
+
+=item color
+
+Whether terminal coloring is permitted.
+
+=item cxn_timeout
+
+On MySQL versions 4.0.3 and newer, this variable is used to set the connection's
+timeout, so MySQL doesn't close the connection if it is not used for a while.
+This might happen because a connection isn't monitored in a particular mode, for
+example.
+
+=item debug
+
+This option enables more verbose errors and makes innotop more strict in some
+places.  It can help in debugging filters and other user-defined code.  It also
+makes innotop write a lot of information to L<"debugfile"> when there is a
+crash.
+
+=item debugfile
+
+A file to which innotop will write information when there is a crash.  See
+L<"FILES">.
+
+=item display_table_captions
+
+innotop displays a table caption above most tables.  This variable suppresses or
+shows captions on all tables globally.  Some tables are configured with the
+hide_caption property, which overrides this.
+
+=item global
+
+Whether to show GLOBAL variables and status.  innotop only tries to do this on
+servers which support the GLOBAL option to SHOW VARIABLES and SHOW STATUS.  In
+some MySQL versions, you need certain privileges to do this; if you don't have
+them, innotop will not be able to fetch any variable and status data.  This
+configuration variable lets you run innotop and fetch what data you can even
+without the elevated privileges.
+
+I can no longer find or reproduce the situation where GLOBAL wasn't allowed, but
+I know there was one.
+
+=item graph_char
+
+Defines the character to use when drawing graphs in L<"S: Variables & Status">
+mode.
+
+=item header_highlight
+
+Defines how to highlight column headers.  This only works if Term::ANSIColor is
+available.  Valid values are 'bold' and 'underline'.
+
+=item hide_hdr
+
+Hides column headers globally.
+
+=item interval
+
+The interval at which innotop will refresh its data (ticks).  The interval is
+implemented as a sleep time between ticks, so the true interval will vary
+depending on how long it takes innotop to fetch and render data.
+
+This variable accepts fractions of a second.
+
+=item mode
+
+The mode in which innotop should start.  Allowable arguments are the same as the
+key presses that select a mode interactively.  See L<"MODES">.
+
+=item num_digits
+
+How many digits to show in fractional numbers and percents.  This variable's
+range is between 0 and 9 and can be set directly from L<"S: Variables & Status">
+mode with the '+' and '-' keys.  It is used in the L<"set_precision">,
+L<"shorten">, and L<"percent"> transformations.
+
+=item num_status_sets
+
+Controls how many sets of status variables to display in pivoted L<"S: Variables
+& Status"> mode.  It also controls the number of old sets of variables innotop
+keeps in its memory, so the larger this variable is, the more memory innotop
+uses.
+
+=item plugin_dir
+
+Specifies where plugins can be found.  By default, innotop stores plugins in the
+'plugins' subdirectory of your innotop configuration directory.
+
+=item readonly
+
+Whether the configuration file is readonly.  This cannot be set interactively,
+because it would prevent itself from being written to the configuration file.
+
+=item show_cxn_errors
+
+Makes innotop print connection errors to STDOUT.  See L<"ERROR HANDLING">.
+
+=item show_cxn_errors_in_tbl
+
+Makes innotop display connection errors as rows in the first table on screen.
+See L<"ERROR HANDLING">.
+
+=item show_percent
+
+Adds a '%' character after the value returned by the L<"percent">
+transformation.
+
+=item show_statusbar
+
+Controls whether to show the status bar in the display.  See L<"INNOTOP
+STATUS">.
+
+=item skip_innodb
+
+Disables fetching SHOW INNODB STATUS, in case your server(s) do not have InnoDB
+enabled and you don't want innotop to try to fetch it.  This can also be useful
+when you don't have the SUPER privilege, required to run SHOW INNODB STATUS.
+
+=item status_inc
+
+Whether to show absolute or incremental values for status variables.
+Incremental values are calculated as an offset from the last value innotop saw
+for that variable.  This is a global setting, but will probably become
+mode-specific at some point.  Right now it is honored a bit inconsistently; some
+modes don't pay attention to it.
+
+=back
+
+=item plugins
+
+This section holds a list of package names of active plugins.  If the plugin
+exists, innotop will activate it.  See L<"PLUGINS"> for more information.
+
+=item filters
+
+This section holds user-defined filters (see L<"FILTERS">).  Each line is in the
+format filter_name=text='filter text' tbls='table list'.
+
+The filter text is the text of the subroutine's code.  The table list is a list
+of tables to which the filter can apply.  By default, user-defined filters apply
+to the table for which they were created, but you can manually override that by
+editing the definition in the configuration file.
+
+=item active_filters
+
+This section stores which filters are active on each table.  Each line is in the
+format table_name=filter_list.
+
+=item tbl_meta
+
+This section stores user-defined or user-customized columns (see L<"COLUMNS">).
+Each line is in the format col_name=properties, where the properties are a
+name=quoted-value list.
+
+=item connections
+
+This section holds the server connections you have defined.  Each line is in the
+format name=properties, where the properties are a name=value list.  The
+properties are self-explanatory, and the only one that is treated specially is
+'pass' which is only present if 'savepass' is set.  See L<"SERVER CONNECTIONS">.
+
+=item active_connections
+
+This section holds a list of which connections are active in each mode.  Each
+line is in the format mode_name=connection_list.
+
+=item server_groups
+
+This section holds server groups.  Each line is in the format
+name=connection_list.  See L<"SERVER GROUPS">.
+
+=item active_server_groups
+
+This section holds a list of which server group is active in each mode.  Each
+line is in the format mode_name=server_group.
+
+=item max_values_seen
+
+This section holds the maximum values seen for variables.  This is used to scale
+the graphs in L<"S: Variables & Status"> mode.  Each line is in the format
+name=value.
+
+=item active_columns
+
+This section holds table column lists.  Each line is in the format
+tbl_name=column_list.  See L<"COLUMNS">.
+
+=item sort_cols
+
+This section holds the sort definition.  Each line is in the format
+tbl_name=column_list.  If a column is prefixed with '-', that column sorts
+descending.  See L<"SORTING">.
+
+=item visible_tables
+
+This section defines which tables are visible in each mode.  Each line is in the
+format mode_name=table_list.  See L<"TABLES">.
+
+=item varsets
+
+This section defines variable sets for use in L<"S: Status & Variables"> mode.
+Each line is in the format name=variable_list.  See L<"VARIABLE SETS">.
+
+=item colors
+
+This section defines colorization rules.  Each line is in the format
+tbl_name=property_list.  See L<"COLORS">.
+
+=item stmt_sleep_times
+
+This section contains statement sleep times.  Each line is in the format
+statement_name=sleep_time.  See L<"S: Statement Sleep Times">.
+
+=item group_by
+
+This section contains column lists for table group_by expressions.  Each line is
+in the format tbl_name=column_list.  See L<"GROUPING">.
+
+=back
+
+=head1 CUSTOMIZING
+
+You can customize innotop a great deal.  For example, you can:
+
+=over
+
+=item *
+
+Choose which tables to display, and in what order.
+
+=item *
+
+Choose which columns are in those tables, and create new columns.
+
+=item *
+
+Filter which rows display with built-in filters, user-defined filters, and
+quick-filters.
+
+=item *
+
+Sort the rows to put important data first or group together related rows.
+
+=item *
+
+Highlight rows with color.
+
+=item *
+
+Customize the alignment, width, and formatting of columns, and apply
+transformations to columns to extract parts of their values or format the values
+as you wish (for example, shortening large numbers to familiar units).
+
+=item *
+
+Design your own expressions to extract and combine data as you need.  This gives
+you unlimited flexibility.
+
+=back
+
+All these and more are explained in the following sections.
+
+=head2 TABLES
+
+A table is what you'd expect: a collection of columns.  It also has some other
+properties, such as a caption.  Filters, sorting rules, and colorization rules
+belong to tables and are covered in later sections.
+
+Internally, table meta-data is defined in a data structure called %tbl_meta.
+This hash holds all built-in table definitions, which contain a lot of default
+instructions to innotop.  The meta-data includes the caption, a list of columns
+the user has customized, a list of columns, a list of visible columns, a list of
+filters, color rules, a sort-column list, sort direction, and some information
+about the table's data sources.  Most of this is customizable via the table
+editor (see L<"TABLE EDITOR">).
+
+You can choose which tables to show by pressing the '$' key.  See L<"MODES"> and
+L<"TABLES">.
+
+The table life-cycle is as follows:
+
+=over
+
+=item *
+
+Each table begins with a data source, which is an array of hashes.  See below
+for details on data sources.
+
+=item *
+
+Each element of the data source becomes a row in the final table.
+
+=item *
+
+For each element in the data source, innotop extracts values from the source and
+creates a row.  This row is another hash, which later steps will refer to as
+$set.  The values innotop extracts are determined by the table's columns.  Each
+column has an extraction subroutine, compiled from an expression (see
+L<"EXPRESSIONS">).  The resulting row is a hash whose keys are named the same as
+the column name.
+
+=item *
+
+innotop filters the rows, removing those that don't need to be displayed.  See
+L<"FILTERS">.
+
+=item *
+
+innotop sorts the rows.  See L<"SORTING">.
+
+=item *
+
+innotop groups the rows together, if specified.  See L<"GROUPING">.
+
+=item *
+
+innotop colorizes the rows.  See L<"COLORS">.
+
+=item *
+
+innotop transforms the column values in each row.  See L<"TRANSFORMATIONS">.
+
+=item *
+
+innotop optionally pivots the rows (see L<"PIVOTING">), then filters and sorts
+them.
+
+=item *
+
+innotop formats and justifies the rows as a table.  During this step, innotop
+applies further formatting to the column values, including alignment, maximum
+and minimum widths.  innotop also does final error checking to ensure there are
+no crashes due to undefined values.  innotop then adds a caption if specified,
+and the table is ready to print.
+
+=back
+
+The lifecycle is slightly different if the table is pivoted, as noted above.  To
+clarify, if the table is pivoted, the process is extract, group, transform,
+pivot, filter, sort, create.  If it's not pivoted, the process is extract,
+filter, sort, group, color, transform, create.  This slightly convoluted process
+doesn't map all that well to SQL, but pivoting complicates things pretty
+thoroughly.  Roughly speaking, filtering and sorting happen as late as needed to
+effect the final result as you might expect, but as early as possible for
+efficiency.
+
+Each built-in table is described below:
+
+=over
+
+=item adaptive_hash_index
+
+Displays data about InnoDB's adaptive hash index.  Data source:
+L<"STATUS_VARIABLES">.
+
+=item buffer_pool
+
+Displays data about InnoDB's buffer pool.  Data source: L<"STATUS_VARIABLES">.
+
+=item cmd_summary
+
+Displays weighted status variables.  Data source: L<"STATUS_VARIABLES">.
+
+=item deadlock_locks
+
+Shows which locks were held and waited for by the last detected deadlock.  Data
+source: L<"DEADLOCK_LOCKS">.
+
+=item deadlock_transactions
+
+Shows transactions involved in the last detected deadlock.  Data source:
+L<"DEADLOCK_TRANSACTIONS">.
+
+=item explain
+
+Shows the output of EXPLAIN.  Data source: L<"EXPLAIN">.
+
+=item file_io_misc
+
+Displays data about InnoDB's file and I/O operations.  Data source:
+L<"STATUS_VARIABLES">.
+
+=item fk_error
+
+Displays various data about InnoDB's last foreign key error.  Data source:
+L<"STATUS_VARIABLES">.
+
+=item innodb_locks
+
+Displays InnoDB locks.  Data source: L<"INNODB_LOCKS">.
+
+=item innodb_transactions
+
+Displays data about InnoDB's current transactions.  Data source:
+L<"INNODB_TRANSACTIONS">.
+
+=item insert_buffers
+
+Displays data about InnoDB's insert buffer.  Data source: L<"STATUS_VARIABLES">.
+
+=item io_threads
+
+Displays data about InnoDB's I/O threads.  Data source: L<"IO_THREADS">.
+
+=item log_statistics
+
+Displays data about InnoDB's logging system.  Data source: L<"STATUS_VARIABLES">.
+
+=item master_status
+
+Displays replication master status.  Data source: L<"STATUS_VARIABLES">.
+
+=item open_tables
+
+Displays open tables.  Data source: L<"OPEN_TABLES">.
+
+=item page_statistics
+
+Displays InnoDB page statistics.  Data source: L<"STATUS_VARIABLES">.
+
+=item pending_io
+
+Displays InnoDB pending I/O operations.  Data source: L<"STATUS_VARIABLES">.
+
+=item processlist
+
+Displays current MySQL processes (threads/connections).  Data source:
+L<"PROCESSLIST">.
+
+=item q_header
+
+Displays various status values.  Data source: L<"STATUS_VARIABLES">.
+
+=item row_operation_misc
+
+Displays data about InnoDB's row operations.  Data source:
+L<"STATUS_VARIABLES">.
+
+=item row_operations
+
+Displays data about InnoDB's row operations.  Data source:
+L<"STATUS_VARIABLES">.
+
+=item semaphores
+
+Displays data about InnoDB's semaphores and mutexes.  Data source:
+L<"STATUS_VARIABLES">.
+
+=item slave_io_status
+
+Displays data about the slave I/O thread.  Data source: 
+L<"STATUS_VARIABLES">.
+
+=item slave_sql_status
+
+Displays data about the slave SQL thread.  Data source: L<"STATUS_VARIABLES">.
+
+=item t_header
+
+Displays various InnoDB status values.  Data source: L<"STATUS_VARIABLES">.
+
+=item var_status
+
+Displays user-configurable data.  Data source: L<"STATUS_VARIABLES">.
+
+=item wait_array
+
+Displays data about InnoDB's OS wait array.  Data source: L<"OS_WAIT_ARRAY">.
+
+=back
+
+=head2 COLUMNS
+
+Columns belong to tables.  You can choose a table's columns by pressing the '^'
+key, which starts the L<"TABLE EDITOR"> and lets you choose and edit columns.
+Pressing 'e' from within the table editor lets you edit the column's properties:
+
+=over
+
+=item *
+
+hdr: a column header.  This appears in the first row of the table.
+
+=item *
+
+just: justification.  '-' means left-justified and '' means right-justified,
+just as with printf formatting codes (not a coincidence).
+
+=item *
+
+dec: whether to further align the column on the decimal point.
+
+=item *
+
+num: whether the column is numeric.  This affects how values are sorted
+(lexically or numerically).
+
+=item *
+
+label: a small note about the column, which appears in dialogs that help the
+user choose columns.
+
+=item *
+
+src: an expression that innotop uses to extract the column's data from its
+source (see L<"DATA SOURCES">).  See L<"EXPRESSIONS"> for more on expressions.
+
+=item *
+
+minw: specifies a minimum display width.  This helps stabilize the display,
+which makes it easier to read if the data is changing frequently.
+
+=item *
+
+maxw: similar to minw.
+
+=item *
+
+trans: a list of column transformations.  See L<"TRANSFORMATIONS">.
+
+=item *
+
+agg: an aggregate function.  See L<"GROUPING">.  The default is L<"first">.
+
+=item *
+
+aggonly: controls whether the column only shows when grouping is enabled on the
+table (see L<"GROUPING">).  By default, this is disabled.  This means columns
+will always be shown by default, whether grouping is enabled or not.  If a
+column's aggonly is set true, the column will appear when you toggle grouping on
+the table.  Several columns are set this way, such as the count column on
+L<"processlist"> and L<"innodb_transactions">, so you don't see a count when the
+grouping isn't enabled, but you do when it is.
+
+=back
+
+=head2 FILTERS
+
+Filters remove rows from the display.  They behave much like a WHERE clause in
+SQL.  innotop has several built-in filters, which remove irrelevant information
+like inactive queries, but you can define your own as well.  innotop also lets
+you create quick-filters, which do not get saved to the configuration file, and
+are just an easy way to quickly view only some rows.
+
+You can enable or disable a filter on any table.  Press the '%' key (mnemonic: %
+looks kind of like a line being filtered between two circles) and choose which
+table you want to filter, if asked.  You'll then see a list of possible filters
+and a list of filters currently enabled for that table.  Type the names of
+filters you want to apply and press Enter.
+
+=head3 USER-DEFINED FILTERS
+
+If you type a name that doesn't exist, innotop will prompt you to create the
+filter.  Filters are easy to create if you know Perl, and not hard if you don't.
+What you're doing is creating a subroutine that returns true if the row should
+be displayed.  The row is a hash reference passed to your subroutine as $set.
+
+For example, imagine you want to filter the processlist table so you only see
+queries that have been running more than five minutes.  Type a new name for your
+filter, and when prompted for the subroutine body, press TAB to initiate your
+terminal's auto-completion.  You'll see the names of the columns in the
+L<"processlist"> table (innotop generally tries to help you with auto-completion
+lists).  You want to filter on the 'time' column.  Type the text "$set->{time} >
+300" to return true when the query is more than five minutes old.  That's all
+you need to do.
+
+In other words, the code you're typing is surrounded by an implicit context,
+which looks like this:
+
+ sub filter {
+    my ( $set ) = @_;
+    # YOUR CODE HERE
+ }
+
+If your filter doesn't work, or if something else suddenly behaves differently,
+you might have made an error in your filter, and innotop is silently catching
+the error.  Try enabling L<"debug"> to make innotop throw an error instead.
+
+=head3 QUICK-FILTERS
+
+innotop's quick-filters are a shortcut to create a temporary filter that doesn't
+persist when you restart innotop.  To create a quick-filter, press the '/' key.
+innotop will prompt you for the column name and filter text.  Again, you can use
+auto-completion on column names.  The filter text can be just the text you want
+to "search for."  For example, to filter the L<"processlist"> table on queries
+that refer to the products table, type '/' and then 'info product'.
+
+The filter text can actually be any Perl regular expression, but of course a
+literal string like 'product' works fine as a regular expression.
+
+Behind the scenes innotop compiles the quick-filter into a specially tagged
+filter that is otherwise like any other filter.  It just isn't saved to the
+configuration file.
+
+To clear quick-filters, press the '\' key and innotop will clear them all at
+once.
+
+=head2 SORTING
+
+innotop has sensible built-in defaults to sort the most important rows to the
+top of the table.  Like anything else in innotop, you can customize how any
+table is sorted.
+
+To start the sort dialog, start the L<"TABLE EDITOR"> with the '^' key, choose a
+table if necessary, and press the 's' key.  You'll see a list of columns you can
+use in the sort expression and the current sort expression, if any.  Enter a
+list of columns by which you want to sort and press Enter.  If you want to
+reverse sort, prefix the column name with a minus sign.  For example, if you
+want to sort by column a ascending, then column b descending, type 'a -b'.  You
+can also explicitly add a + in front of columns you want to sort ascending, but
+it's not required.
+
+Some modes have keys mapped to open this dialog directly, and to quickly reverse
+sort direction.  Press '?' as usual to see which keys are mapped in any mode.
+
+=head2 GROUPING
+
+innotop can group, or aggregate, rows together (I use the terms
+interchangeably).  This is quite similar to an SQL GROUP BY clause.  You can
+specify to group on certain columns, or if you don't specify any, the entire set
+of rows is treated as one group.  This is quite like SQL so far, but unlike SQL,
+you can also select un-grouped columns.  innotop actually aggregates every
+column.  If you don't explicitly specify a grouping function, the default is
+'first'.  This is basically a convenience so you don't have to specify an
+aggregate function for every column you want in the result.
+
+You can quickly toggle grouping on a table with the '=' key, which toggles its
+aggregate property.  This property doesn't persist to the config file.
+
+The columns by which the table is grouped are specified in its group_by
+property.  When you turn grouping on, innotop places the group_by columns at the
+far left of the table, even if they're not supposed to be visible.  The rest of
+the visible columns appear in order after them.
+
+Two tables have default group_by lists and a count column built in:
+L<"processlist"> and L<"innodb_transactions">.  The grouping is by connection
+and status, so you can quickly see how many queries or transactions are in a
+given status on each server you're monitoring.  The time columns are aggregated
+as a sum; other columns are left at the default 'first' aggregation.
+
+By default, the table shown in L<"S: Variables & Status"> mode also uses
+grouping so you can monitor variables and status across many servers.  The
+default aggregation function in this mode is 'avg'.
+
+Valid grouping functions are defined in the %agg_funcs hash.  They include
+
+=over
+
+=item first
+
+Returns the first element in the group.
+
+=item count
+
+Returns the number of elements in the group, including undefined elements, much
+like SQL's COUNT(*).
+
+=item avg
+
+Returns the average of defined elements in the group.
+
+=item sum
+
+Returns the sum of elements in the group.
+
+=back
+
+Here's an example of grouping at work.  Suppose you have a very busy server with
+hundreds of open connections, and you want to see how many connections are in
+what status.  Using the built-in grouping rules, you can press 'Q' to enter
+L<"Q: Query List"> mode.  Press '=' to toggle grouping (if necessary, select the
+L<"processlist"> table when prompted).
+
+Your display might now look like the following:
+
+ Query List (? for help) localhost, 32:33, 0.11 QPS, 1 thd, 5.0.38-log
+ 
+ CXN        Cmd        Cnt  ID      User   Host           Time   Query       
+ localhost  Query      49    12933  webusr localhost      19:38  SELECT * FROM
+ localhost  Sending Da 23     2383  webusr localhost      12:43  SELECT col1,
+ localhost  Sleep      120     140  webusr localhost    5:18:12
+ localhost  Statistics 12    19213  webusr localhost      01:19  SELECT * FROM
+
+That's actually quite a worrisome picture.  You've got a lot of idle connections
+(Sleep), and some connections executing queries (Query and Sending Data).
+That's okay, but you also have a lot in Statistics status, collectively spending
+over a minute.  That means the query optimizer is having a really hard time
+optimizing your statements.  Something is wrong; it should normally take
+milliseconds to optimize queries.  You might not have seen this pattern if you
+didn't look at your connections in aggregate.  (This is a made-up example, but
+it can happen in real life).
+
+=head2 PIVOTING
+
+innotop can pivot a table for more compact display, similar to a Pivot Table in
+a spreadsheet (also known as a crosstab).  Pivoting a table makes columns into
+rows.  Assume you start with this table:
+
+ foo bar
+ === ===
+ 1   3
+ 2   4
+
+After pivoting, the table will look like this:
+
+ name set0 set1
+ ==== ==== ====
+ foo  1    2
+ bar  3    4
+
+To get reasonable results, you might need to group as well as pivoting.
+innotop currently does this for L<"S: Variables & Status"> mode.
+
+=head2 COLORS
+
+By default, innotop highlights rows with color so you can see at a glance which
+rows are more important.  You can customize the colorization rules and add your
+own to any table.  Open the table editor with the '^' key, choose a table if
+needed, and press 'o' to open the color editor dialog.
+
+The color editor dialog displays the rules applied to the table, in the order
+they are evaluated.  Each row is evaluated against each rule to see if the rule
+matches the row; if it does, the row gets the specified color, and no further
+rules are evaluated.  The rules look like the following:
+
+ state  eq  Locked       black on_red
+ cmd    eq  Sleep        white       
+ user   eq  system user  white       
+ cmd    eq  Connect      white       
+ cmd    eq  Binlog Dump  white       
+ time   >   600          red         
+ time   >   120          yellow      
+ time   >   60           green       
+ time   >   30           cyan        
+
+This is the default rule set for the L<"processlist"> table.  In order of
+priority, these rules make locked queries black on a red background, "gray out"
+connections from replication and sleeping queries, and make queries turn from
+cyan to red as they run longer.
+
+(For some reason, the ANSI color code "white" is actually a light gray.  Your
+terminal's display may vary; experiment to find colors you like).
+
+You can use keystrokes to move the rules up and down, which re-orders their
+priority.  You can also delete rules and add new ones.  If you add a new rule,
+innotop prompts you for the column, an operator for the comparison, a value
+against which to compare the column, and a color to assign if the rule matches.
+There is auto-completion and prompting at each step.
+
+The value in the third step needs to be correctly quoted.  innotop does not try
+to quote the value because it doesn't know whether it should treat the value as
+a string or a number.  If you want to compare the column against a string, as
+for example in the first rule above, you should enter 'Locked' surrounded by
+quotes.  If you get an error message about a bareword, you probably should have
+quoted something.
+
+=head2 EXPRESSIONS
+
+Expressions are at the core of how innotop works, and are what enables you to
+extend innotop as you wish.  Recall the table lifecycle explained in
+L<"TABLES">.  Expressions are used in the earliest step, where it extracts
+values from a data source to form rows.
+
+It does this by calling a subroutine for each column, passing it the source data
+set, a set of current values, and a set of previous values.  These are all
+needed so the subroutine can calculate things like the difference between this
+tick and the previous tick.
+
+The subroutines that extract the data from the set are compiled from
+expressions.  This gives significantly more power than just naming the values to
+fill the columns, because it allows the column's value to be calculated from
+whatever data is necessary, but avoids the need to write complicated and lengthy
+Perl code.
+
+innotop begins with a string of text that can look as simple as a value's name
+or as complicated as a full-fledged Perl expression.  It looks at each
+'bareword' token in the string and decides whether it's supposed to be a key
+into the $set hash.  A bareword is an unquoted value that isn't already
+surrounded by code-ish things like dollar signs or curly brackets.  If innotop
+decides that the bareword isn't a function or other valid Perl code, it converts
+it into a hash access.  After the whole string is processed, innotop compiles a
+subroutine, like this:
+
+ sub compute_column_value {
+    my ( $set, $cur, $pre ) = @_;
+    my $val = # EXPANDED STRING GOES HERE
+    return $val;
+ }
+
+Here's a concrete example, taken from the header table L<"q_header"> in L<"Q:
+Query List"> mode.  This expression calculates the qps, or Queries Per Second,
+column's values, from the values returned by SHOW STATUS:
+
+ Questions/Uptime_hires
+
+innotop decides both words are barewords, and transforms this expression into
+the following Perl code:
+
+ $set->{Questions}/$set->{Uptime_hires}
+
+When surrounded by the rest of the subroutine's code, this is executable Perl
+that calculates a high-resolution queries-per-second value.
+
+The arguments to the subroutine are named $set, $cur, and $pre.  In most cases,
+$set and $cur will be the same values.  However, if L<"status_inc"> is set, $cur
+will not be the same as $set, because $set will already contain values that are
+the incremental difference between $cur and $pre.
+
+Every column in innotop is computed by subroutines compiled in the same fashion.
+There is no difference between innotop's built-in columns and user-defined
+columns.  This keeps things consistent and predictable.
+
+=head2 TRANSFORMATIONS
+
+Transformations change how a value is rendered.  For example, they can take a
+number of seconds and display it in H:M:S format.  The following transformations
+are defined:
+
+=over
+
+=item commify
+
+Adds commas to large numbers every three decimal places.
+
+=item dulint_to_int
+
+Accepts two unsigned integers and converts them into a single longlong.  This is
+useful for certain operations with InnoDB, which uses two integers as
+transaction identifiers, for example.
+
+=item no_ctrl_char
+
+Removes quoted control characters from the value.  This is affected by the
+L<"charset"> configuration variable.
+
+This transformation only operates within quoted strings, for example, values to
+a SET clause in an UPDATE statement.  It will not alter the UPDATE statement,
+but will collapse the quoted string to [BINARY] or [TEXT], depending on the
+charset.
+
+=item percent
+
+Converts a number to a percentage by multiplying it by two, formatting it with
+L<"num_digits"> digits after the decimal point, and optionally adding a percent
+sign (see L<"show_percent">).
+
+=item secs_to_time
+
+Formats a number of seconds as time in days+hours:minutes:seconds format.
+
+=item set_precision
+
+Formats numbers with L<"num_digits"> number of digits after the decimal point.
+
+=item shorten
+
+Formats a number as a unit of 1024 (k/M/G/T) and with L<"num_digits"> number of
+digits after the decimal point.
+
+=back
+
+=head2 TABLE EDITOR
+
+The innotop table editor lets you customize tables with keystrokes.  You start
+the table editor with the '^' key.  If there's more than one table on the
+screen, it will prompt you to choose one of them.  Once you do, innotop will
+show you something like this:
+
+ Editing table definition for Buffer Pool.  Press ? for help, q to quit.
+ 
+ name               hdr          label                  src          
+ cxn                CXN          Connection from which  cxn          
+ buf_pool_size      Size         Buffer pool size       IB_bp_buf_poo
+ buf_free           Free Bufs    Buffers free in the b  IB_bp_buf_fre
+ pages_total        Pages        Pages total            IB_bp_pages_t
+ pages_modified     Dirty Pages  Pages modified (dirty  IB_bp_pages_m
+ buf_pool_hit_rate  Hit Rate     Buffer pool hit rate   IB_bp_buf_poo
+ total_mem_alloc    Memory       Total memory allocate  IB_bp_total_m
+ add_pool_alloc     Add'l Pool   Additonal pool alloca  IB_bp_add_poo
+
+The first line shows which table you're editing, and reminds you again to press
+'?' for a list of key mappings.  The rest is a tabular representation of the
+table's columns, because that's likely what you're trying to edit.  However, you
+can edit more than just the table's columns; this screen can start the filter
+editor, color rule editor, and more.
+
+Each row in the display shows a single column in the table you're editing, along
+with a couple of its properties such as its header and source expression (see
+L<"EXPRESSIONS">).
+
+The key mappings are Vim-style, as in many other places.  Pressing 'j' and 'k'
+moves the highlight up or down.  You can then (d)elete or (e)dit the highlighted
+column.  You can also (a)dd a column to the table.  This actually just activates
+one of the columns already defined for the table; it prompts you to choose from
+among the columns available but not currently displayed.  Finally, you can
+re-order the columns with the '+' and '-' keys.
+
+You can do more than just edit the columns with the table editor, you can also
+edit other properties, such as the table's sort expression and group-by
+expression.  Press '?' to see the full list, of course.
+
+If you want to really customize and create your own column, as opposed to just
+activating a built-in one that's not currently displayed, press the (n)ew key,
+and innotop will prompt you for the information it needs:
+
+=over
+
+=item *
+
+The column name: this needs to be a word without any funny characters, e.g. just
+letters, numbers and underscores.
+
+=item *
+
+The column header: this is the label that appears at the top of the column, in
+the table header.  This can have spaces and funny characters, but be careful not
+to make it too wide and waste space on-screen.
+
+=item *
+
+The column's data source: this is an expression that determines what data from
+the source (see L<"TABLES">) innotop will put into the column.  This can just be
+the name of an item in the source, or it can be a more complex expression, as
+described in L<"EXPRESSIONS">.
+
+=back
+
+Once you've entered the required data, your table has a new column.  There is no
+difference between this column and the built-in ones; it can have all the same
+properties and behaviors.  innotop will write the column's definition to the
+configuration file, so it will persist across sessions.
+
+Here's an example: suppose you want to track how many times your slaves have
+retried transactions.  According to the MySQL manual, the
+Slave_retried_transactions status variable gives you that data: "The total
+number of times since startup that the replication slave SQL thread has retried
+transactions. This variable was added in version 5.0.4."  This is appropriate to
+add to the L<"slave_sql_status"> table.
+
+To add the column, switch to the replication-monitoring mode with the 'M' key,
+and press the '^' key to start the table editor.  When prompted, choose
+slave_sql_status as the table, then press 'n' to create the column.  Type
+'retries' as the column name, 'Retries' as the column header, and
+'Slave_retried_transactions' as the source.  Now the column is created, and you
+see the table editor screen again.  Press 'q' to exit the table editor, and
+you'll see your column at the end of the table.
+
+=head1 VARIABLE SETS
+
+Variable sets are used in L<"S: Variables & Status"> mode to define more easily
+what variables you want to monitor.  Behind the scenes they are compiled to a
+list of expressions, and then into a column list so they can be treated just
+like columns in any other table, in terms of data extraction and
+transformations.  However, you're protected from the tedious details by a syntax
+that ought to feel very natural to you: a SQL SELECT list.
+
+The data source for variable sets, and indeed the entire S mode, is the
+combination of SHOW STATUS, SHOW VARIABLES, and SHOW INNODB STATUS.  Imagine
+that you had a huge table with one column per variable returned from those
+statements.  That's the data source for variable sets.  You can now query this
+data source just like you'd expect.  For example:
+
+ Questions, Uptime, Questions/Uptime as QPS
+
+Behind the scenes innotop will split that variable set into three expressions,
+compile them and turn them into a table definition, then extract as usual.  This
+becomes a "variable set," or a "list of variables you want to monitor."
+
+innotop lets you name and save your variable sets, and writes them to the
+configuration file.  You can choose which variable set you want to see with the
+'c' key, or activate the next and previous sets with the '>' and '<' keys.
+There are many built-in variable sets as well, which should give you a good
+start for creating your own.  Press 'e' to edit the current variable set, or
+just to see how it's defined.  To create a new one, just press 'c' and type its
+name.
+
+You may want to use some of the functions listed in L<"TRANSFORMATIONS"> to help
+format the results.  In particular, L<"set_precision"> is often useful to limit
+the number of digits you see.  Extending the above example, here's how:
+
+ Questions, Uptime, set_precision(Questions/Uptime) as QPS
+
+Actually, this still needs a little more work.  If your L<"interval"> is less
+than one second, you might be dividing by zero because Uptime is incremental in
+this mode by default.  Instead, use Uptime_hires:
+
+ Questions, Uptime, set_precision(Questions/Uptime_hires) as QPS
+
+This example is simple, but it shows how easy it is to choose which variables
+you want to monitor.
+
+=head1 PLUGINS
+
+innotop has a simple but powerful plugin mechanism by which you can extend
+or modify its existing functionality, and add new functionality.  innotop's
+plugin functionality is event-based: plugins register themselves to be called
+when events happen.  They then have a chance to influence the event.
+
+An innotop plugin is a Perl module placed in innotop's L<"plugin_dir">
+directory.  On UNIX systems, you can place a symbolic link to the module instead
+of putting the actual file there.  innotop automatically discovers the file.  If
+there is a corresponding entry in the L<"plugins"> configuration file section,
+innotop loads and activates the plugin.
+
+The module must conform to innotop's plugin interface.  Additionally, the source
+code of the module must be written in such a way that innotop can inspect the
+file and determine the package name and description.
+
+=head2 Package Source Convention
+
+innotop inspects the plugin module's source to determine the Perl package name.
+It looks for a line of the form "package Foo;" and if found, considers the
+plugin's package name to be Foo.  Of course the package name can be a valid Perl
+package name, with double semicolons and so on.
+
+It also looks for a description in the source code, to make the plugin editor
+more human-friendly.  The description is a comment line of the form "#
+description: Foo", where "Foo" is the text innotop will consider to be the
+plugin's description.
+
+=head2 Plugin Interface
+
+The innotop plugin interface is quite simple: innotop expects the plugin to be
+an object-oriented module it can call certain methods on.  The methods are
+
+=over
+
+=item new(%variables)
+
+This is the plugin's constructor.  It is passed a hash of innotop's variables,
+which it can manipulate (see L<"Plugin Variables">).  It must return a reference
+to the newly created plugin object.
+
+At construction time, innotop has only loaded the general configuration and
+created the default built-in variables with their default contents (which is
+quite a lot).  Therefore, the state of the program is exactly as in the innotop
+source code, plus the configuration variables from the L<"general"> section in
+the config file.
+
+If your plugin manipulates the variables, it is changing global data, which is
+shared by innotop and all plugins.  Plugins are loaded in the order they're
+listed in the config file.  Your plugin may load before or after another plugin,
+so there is a potential for conflict or interaction between plugins if they
+modify data other plugins use or modify.
+
+=item register_for_events()
+
+This method must return a list of events in which the plugin is interested, if
+any.  See L<"Plugin Events"> for the defined events.  If the plugin returns an
+event that's not defined, the event is ignored.
+
+=item event handlers
+
+The plugin must implement a method named the same as each event for which it has
+registered.  In other words, if the plugin returns qw(foo bar) from
+register_for_events(), it must have foo() and bar() methods.  These methods are
+callbacks for the events.  See L<"Plugin Events"> for more details about each
+event.
+
+=back
+
+=head2 Plugin Variables
+
+The plugin's constructor is passed a hash of innotop's variables, which it can
+manipulate.  It is probably a good idea if the plugin object saves a copy of it
+for later use.  The variables are defined in the innotop variable
+%pluggable_vars, and are as follows:
+
+=over
+
+=item action_for
+
+A hashref of key mappings.  These are innotop's global hot-keys.
+
+=item agg_funcs
+
+A hashref of functions that can be used for grouping.  See L<"GROUPING">.
+
+=item config
+
+The global configuration hash.
+
+=item connections
+
+A hashref of connection specifications.  These are just specifications of how to
+connect to a server.
+
+=item dbhs
+
+A hashref of innotop's database connections.  These are actual DBI connection
+objects.
+
+=item filters
+
+A hashref of filters applied to table rows.  See L<"FILTERS"> for more.
+
+=item modes
+
+A hashref of modes.  See L<"MODES"> for more.
+
+=item server_groups
+
+A hashref of server groups.  See L<"SERVER GROUPS">.
+
+=item tbl_meta
+
+A hashref of innotop's table meta-data, with one entry per table (see
+L<"TABLES"> for more information).
+
+=item trans_funcs
+
+A hashref of transformation functions.  See L<"TRANSFORMATIONS">.
+
+=item var_sets
+
+A hashref of variable sets.  See L<"VARIABLE SETS">.
+
+=back
+
+=head2 Plugin Events
+
+Each event is defined somewhere in the innotop source code.  When innotop runs
+that code, it executes the callback function for each plugin that expressed its
+interest in the event.  innotop passes some data for each event.  The events are
+defined in the %event_listener_for variable, and are as follows:
+
+=over
+
+=item extract_values($set, $cur, $pre, $tbl)
+
+This event occurs inside the function that extracts values from a data source.
+The arguments are the set of values, the current values, the previous values,
+and the table name.
+
+=item set_to_tbl
+
+Events are defined at many places in this subroutine, which is responsible for
+turning an arrayref of hashrefs into an arrayref of lines that can be printed to
+the screen.  The events all pass the same data: an arrayref of rows and the name
+of the table being created.  The events are set_to_tbl_pre_filter,
+set_to_tbl_pre_sort,set_to_tbl_pre_group, set_to_tbl_pre_colorize,
+set_to_tbl_pre_transform, set_to_tbl_pre_pivot, set_to_tbl_pre_create,
+set_to_tbl_post_create.
+
+=item draw_screen($lines)
+
+This event occurs inside the subroutine that prints the lines to the screen.
+$lines is an arrayref of strings.
+
+=back
+
+=head2 Simple Plugin Example
+
+The easiest way to explain the plugin functionality is probably with a simple
+example.  The following module adds a column to the beginning of every table and
+sets its value to 1.
+
+ use strict;
+ use warnings FATAL => 'all';
+ 
+ package Innotop::Plugin::Example;
+ # description: Adds an 'example' column to every table
+ 
+ sub new {
+    my ( $class, %vars ) = @_;
+    # Store reference to innotop's variables in $self
+    my $self = bless { %vars }, $class;
+ 
+    # Design the example column
+    my $col = {
+       hdr   => 'Example',
+       just  => '',
+       dec   => 0,
+       num   => 1,
+       label => 'Example',
+       src   => 'example', # Get data from this column in the data source
+       tbl   => '',
+       trans => [],
+    };
+ 
+    # Add the column to every table.
+    my $tbl_meta = $vars{tbl_meta};
+    foreach my $tbl ( values %$tbl_meta ) {
+       # Add the column to the list of defined columns
+       $tbl->{cols}->{example} = $col;
+       # Add the column to the list of visible columns
+       unshift @{$tbl->{visible}}, 'example';
+    }
+ 
+    # Be sure to return a reference to the object.
+    return $self;
+ }
+ 
+ # I'd like to be called when a data set is being rendered into a table, please.
+ sub register_for_events {
+    my ( $self ) = @_;
+    return qw(set_to_tbl_pre_filter);
+ }
+ 
+ # This method will be called when the event fires.
+ sub set_to_tbl_pre_filter {
+    my ( $self, $rows, $tbl ) = @_;
+    # Set the example column's data source to the value 1.
+    foreach my $row ( @$rows ) {
+       $row->{example} = 1;
+    }
+ }
+ 
+ 1;
+
+=head2 Plugin Editor
+
+The plugin editor lets you view the plugins innotop discovered and activate or
+deactivate them.  Start the editor by pressing $ to start the configuration
+editor from any mode.  Press the 'p' key to start the plugin editor.  You'll see
+a list of plugins innotop discovered.  You can use the 'j' and 'k' keys to move
+the highlight to the desired one, then press the * key to toggle it active or
+inactive.  Exit the editor and restart innotop for the changes to take effect.
+
+=head1 SQL STATEMENTS
+
+innotop uses a limited set of SQL statements to retrieve data from MySQL for
+display.  The statements are customized depending on the server version against
+which they are executed; for example, on MySQL 5 and newer, INNODB_STATUS
+executes "SHOW ENGINE INNODB STATUS", while on earlier versions it executes
+"SHOW INNODB STATUS".  The statements are as follows:
+
+ Statement           SQL executed
+ =================== ===============================
+ INNODB_STATUS       SHOW [ENGINE] INNODB STATUS
+ KILL_CONNECTION     KILL
+ KILL_QUERY          KILL QUERY
+ OPEN_TABLES         SHOW OPEN TABLES
+ PROCESSLIST         SHOW FULL PROCESSLIST
+ SHOW_MASTER_LOGS    SHOW MASTER LOGS
+ SHOW_MASTER_STATUS  SHOW MASTER STATUS
+ SHOW_SLAVE_STATUS   SHOW SLAVE STATUS
+ SHOW_STATUS         SHOW [GLOBAL] STATUS
+ SHOW_VARIABLES      SHOW [GLOBAL] VARIABLES
+
+=head1 DATA SOURCES
+
+Each time innotop extracts values to create a table (see L<"EXPRESSIONS"> and
+L<"TABLES">), it does so from a particular data source.  Largely because of the
+complex data extracted from SHOW INNODB STATUS, this is slightly messy.  SHOW
+INNODB STATUS contains a mixture of single values and repeated values that form
+nested data sets.
+
+Whenever innotop fetches data from MySQL, it adds two extra bits to each set:
+cxn and Uptime_hires.  cxn is the name of the connection from which the data
+came.  Uptime_hires is a high-resolution version of the server's Uptime status
+variable, which is important if your L<"interval"> setting is sub-second.
+
+Here are the kinds of data sources from which data is extracted:
+
+=over
+
+=item STATUS_VARIABLES
+
+This is the broadest category, into which the most kinds of data fall.  It
+begins with the combination of SHOW STATUS and SHOW VARIABLES, but other sources
+may be included as needed, for example, SHOW MASTER STATUS and SHOW SLAVE
+STATUS, as well as many of the non-repeated values from SHOW INNODB STATUS.
+
+=item DEADLOCK_LOCKS
+
+This data is extracted from the transaction list in the LATEST DETECTED DEADLOCK
+section of SHOW INNODB STATUS.  It is nested two levels deep: transactions, then
+locks.
+
+=item DEADLOCK_TRANSACTIONS
+
+This data is from the transaction list in the LATEST DETECTED DEADLOCK
+section of SHOW INNODB STATUS.  It is nested one level deep.
+
+=item EXPLAIN
+
+This data is from the result set returned by EXPLAIN.
+
+=item INNODB_TRANSACTIONS
+
+This data is from the TRANSACTIONS section of SHOW INNODB STATUS.
+
+=item IO_THREADS
+
+This data is from the list of threads in the the FILE I/O section of SHOW INNODB
+STATUS.
+
+=item INNODB_LOCKS
+
+This data is from the TRANSACTIONS section of SHOW INNODB STATUS and is nested
+two levels deep.
+
+=item OPEN_TABLES
+
+This data is from SHOW OPEN TABLES.
+
+=item PROCESSLIST
+
+This data is from SHOW FULL PROCESSLIST.
+
+=item OS_WAIT_ARRAY
+
+This data is from the SEMAPHORES section of SHOW INNODB STATUS and is nested one
+level deep.  It comes from the lines that look like this:
+
+ --Thread 1568861104 has waited at btr0cur.c line 424 ....
+
+=back
+
+=head1 MYSQL PRIVILEGES
+
+=over
+
+=item *
+
+You must connect to MySQL as a user who has the SUPER privilege for many of the
+functions.
+
+=item *
+
+If you don't have the SUPER privilege, you can still run some functions, but you
+won't necessarily see all the same data.
+
+=item *
+
+You need the PROCESS privilege to see the list of currently running queries in Q
+mode.
+
+=item *
+
+You need special privileges to start and stop slave servers.
+
+=item *
+
+You need appropriate privileges to create and drop the deadlock tables if needed
+(see L<"SERVER CONNECTIONS">).
+
+=back
+
+=head1 SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS
+
+You need Perl to run innotop, of course.  You also need a few Perl modules: DBI,
+DBD::mysql,  Term::ReadKey, and Time::HiRes.  These should be included with most
+Perl distributions, but in case they are not, I recommend using versions
+distributed with your operating system or Perl distribution, not from CPAN.
+Term::ReadKey in particular has been known to cause problems if installed from
+CPAN.
+
+If you have Term::ANSIColor, innotop will use it to format headers more readably
+and compactly.  (Under Microsoft Windows, you also need Win32::Console::ANSI for
+terminal formatting codes to be honored).  If you install Term::ReadLine,
+preferably Term::ReadLine::Gnu, you'll get nice auto-completion support.
+
+I run innotop on Gentoo GNU/Linux, Debian and Ubuntu, and I've had feedback from
+people successfully running it on Red Hat, CentOS, Solaris, and Mac OSX.  I
+don't see any reason why it won't work on other UNIX-ish operating systems, but
+I don't know for sure.  It also runs on Windows under ActivePerl without
+problem.
+
+I use innotop on MySQL versions 3.23.58, 4.0.27, 4.1.0, 4.1.22, 5.0.26, 5.1.15,
+and 5.2.3.  If it doesn't run correctly for you, that is a bug and I hope you
+report it.
+
+=head1 FILES
+
+$HOMEDIR/.innotop is used to store configuration information.  Files include the
+configuration file innotop.ini, the core_dump file which contains verbose error
+messages if L<"debug"> is enabled, and the plugins/ subdirectory.
+
+=head1 GLOSSARY OF TERMS
+
+=over
+
+=item tick
+
+A tick is a refresh event, when innotop re-fetches data from connections and
+displays it.
+
+=back
+
+=head1 ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
+
+I'm grateful to the following people for various reasons, and hope I haven't
+forgotten to include anyone:
+
+Allen K. Smith,
+Aurimas Mikalauskas,
+Bartosz Fenski,
+Brian Miezejewski,
+Christian Hammers, 
+Cyril Scetbon,
+Dane Miller,
+David Multer,
+Dr. Frank Ullrich,
+Giuseppe Maxia,
+Google.com Site Reliability Engineers,
+Jan Pieter Kunst,
+Jari Aalto,
+Jay Pipes,
+Jeremy Zawodny,
+Johan Idren,
+Kristian Kohntopp,
+Lenz Grimmer,
+Maciej Dobrzanski,
+Michiel Betel,
+MySQL AB,
+Paul McCullagh,
+Sebastien Estienne,
+Sourceforge.net,
+Steven Kreuzer,
+The Gentoo MySQL Team,
+Trevor Price,
+Yaar Schnitman,
+and probably more people I've neglected to include.
+
+(If I misspelled your name, it's probably because I'm afraid of putting
+international characters into this documentation; earlier versions of Perl might
+not be able to compile it then).
+
+=head1 COPYRIGHT, LICENSE AND WARRANTY
+
+This program is copyright (c) 2006 Baron Schwartz.
+Feedback and improvements are welcome.
+
+THIS PROGRAM IS PROVIDED "AS IS" AND WITHOUT ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED
+WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF
+MERCHANTIBILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
+
+This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under
+the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software
+Foundation, version 2; OR the Perl Artistic License.  On UNIX and similar
+systems, you can issue `man perlgpl' or `man perlartistic' to read these
+licenses.
+
+You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License along with
+this program; if not, write to the Free Software Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple
+Place, Suite 330, Boston, MA  02111-1307  USA.
+
+Execute innotop and press '!' to see this information at any time.
+
+=head1 AUTHOR
+
+Baron Schwartz.
+
+=head1 BUGS
+
+You can report bugs, ask for improvements, and get other help and support at
+L<http://sourceforge.net/projects/innotop>.  There are mailing lists, forums,
+a bug tracker, etc.  Please use these instead of contacting me directly, as it
+makes my job easier and benefits others if the discussions are permanent and
+public.  Of course, if you need to contact me in private, please do.
+
+=cut

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+.\"
+.IX Title "INNOTOP 1p"
+.TH INNOTOP 1p "2007-11-09" "perl v5.8.8" "User Contributed Perl Documentation"
+.SH "NAME"
+innotop \- MySQL and InnoDB transaction/status monitor.
+.SH "SYNOPSIS"
+.IX Header "SYNOPSIS"
+To monitor servers normally:
+.PP
+.Vb 1
+\& innotop
+.Ve
+.PP
+To monitor InnoDB status information from a file:
+.PP
+.Vb 1
+\& innotop /var/log/mysql/mysqld.err
+.Ve
+.PP
+To run innotop non-interactively in a pipe-and-filter configuration:
+.PP
+.Vb 1
+\& innotop \-\-count 5 \-d 1 \-n
+.Ve
+.SH "DESCRIPTION"
+.IX Header "DESCRIPTION"
+innotop monitors MySQL servers.  Each of its modes shows you a different aspect
+of what's happening in the server.  For example, there's a mode for monitoring
+replication, one for queries, and one for transactions.  innotop refreshes its
+data periodically, so you see an updating view.
+.PP
+innotop has lots of features for power users, but you can start and run it with
+virtually no configuration.  If you're just getting started, see
+\&\*(L"\s-1QUICK\-START\s0\*(R".  Press '?' at any time while running innotop for
+context-sensitive help.
+.SH "QUICK-START"
+.IX Header "QUICK-START"
+To start innotop, open a terminal or command prompt.  If you have installed
+innotop on your system, you should be able to just type \*(L"innotop\*(R" and press
+Enter; otherwise, you will need to change to innotop's directory and type \*(L"perl
+innotop\*(R".
+.PP
+The first thing innotop needs to know is how to connect to a MySQL server.  You
+can just enter the hostname of the server, for example \*(L"localhost\*(R" or
+\&\*(L"127.0.0.1\*(R" if the server is on the same machine as innotop.  After this innotop
+will prompt you for a \s-1DSN\s0 (data source name).  You should be able to just accept
+the defaults by pressing Enter.
+.PP
+When innotop asks you about a table to use when resetting InnoDB deadlock
+information, just accept the default for now.  This is an advanced feature you
+can configure later (see \*(L"D: InnoDB Deadlocks\*(R" for more).
+.PP
+If you have a .my.cnf file with your MySQL connection defaults, innotop can read
+it, and you won't need to specify a username and password if it's in that file.
+Otherwise, you should answer 'y' to the next couple of prompts.
+.PP
+After this, you should be connected, and innotop should show you something like
+the following:
+.PP
+.Vb 1
+\& InnoDB Txns (? for help) localhost, 01:11:19, InnoDB 10s :\-), 50 QPS,
+.Ve
+.PP
+.Vb 2
+\& CXN        History  Versions  Undo  Dirty Buf  Used Bufs  Txns  MaxTxn
+\& localhost        7      2035  0 0       0.00%     92.19%     1   07:34
+.Ve
+.PP
+.Vb 5
+\& CXN        ID     User   Host       Txn Status  Time   Undo  Query Tex
+\& localhost  98379  user1  webserver  ACTIVE      07:34     0  SELECT `c
+\& localhost  98450  user1  webserver  ACTIVE      01:06     0  INSERT IN
+\& localhost  97750  user1  webserver  not starte  00:00     0      
+\& localhost  98375  user1  appserver  not starte  00:00     0
+.Ve
+.PP
+(This sample is truncated at the right so it will fit on a terminal when running
+\&'man innotop')
+.PP
+This sample comes from a quiet server with few transactions active.  If your
+server is busy, you'll see more output.  Notice the first line on the screen,
+which tells you what mode you're in and what server you're connected to.  You
+can change to other modes with keystrokes; press 'Q' to switch to a list of
+currently running queries.
+.PP
+Press the '?' key to see what keys are active in the current mode.  You can
+press any of these keys and innotop will either take the requested action or
+prompt you for more input.  If your system has Term::ReadLine support, you can
+use \s-1TAB\s0 and other keys to auto-complete and edit input.
+.PP
+To quit innotop, press the 'q' key.
+.SH "OPTIONS"
+.IX Header "OPTIONS"
+innotop is mostly configured via its configuration file, but some of the
+configuration options can come from the command line.  You can also specify a
+file to monitor for InnoDB status output; see \*(L"\s-1MONITORING\s0 A \s-1FILE\s0\*(R" for more
+details.
+.PP
+You can negate some options by prefixing the option name with \-\-no.  For
+example, \-\-noinc (or \-\-no\-inc) negates \*(L"\-\-inc\*(R".
+.IP "\-\-help" 4
+.IX Item "--help"
+Print a summary of command-line usage and exit.
+.IP "\-\-color" 4
+.IX Item "--color"
+Enable or disable terminal coloring.  Corresponds to the \*(L"color\*(R" config file
+setting.
+.IP "\-\-config" 4
+.IX Item "--config"
+Specifies a configuration file to read.  This option is non\-sticky, that is to
+say it does not persist to the configuration file itself.
+.IP "\-\-nonint" 4
+.IX Item "--nonint"
+Enable non-interactive operation.  See \*(L"\s-1NON\-INTERACTIVE\s0 \s-1OPERATION\s0\*(R" for more.
+.IP "\-\-count" 4
+.IX Item "--count"
+Refresh only the specified number of times (ticks) before exiting.  Each refresh
+is a pause for \*(L"interval\*(R" seconds, followed by requesting data from MySQL
+connections and printing it to the terminal.
+.IP "\-\-delay" 4
+.IX Item "--delay"
+Specifies the amount of time to pause between ticks (refreshes).  Corresponds to
+the configuration option \*(L"interval\*(R".
+.IP "\-\-mode" 4
+.IX Item "--mode"
+Specifies the mode in which innotop should start.  Corresponds to the
+configuration option \*(L"mode\*(R".
+.IP "\-\-inc" 4
+.IX Item "--inc"
+Specifies whether innotop should display absolute numbers or relative numbers
+(offsets from their previous values).  Corresponds to the configuration option
+\&\*(L"status_inc\*(R".
+.IP "\-\-version" 4
+.IX Item "--version"
+Output version information and exit.
+.SH "HOTKEYS"
+.IX Header "HOTKEYS"
+innotop is interactive, and you control it with key\-presses.
+.IP "\(bu" 4
+Uppercase keys switch between modes.
+.IP "\(bu" 4
+Lowercase keys initiate some action within the current mode.
+.IP "\(bu" 4
+Other keys do something special like change configuration or show the
+innotop license.
+.PP
+Press '?' at any time to see the currently active keys and what they do.
+.SH "MODES"
+.IX Header "MODES"
+Each of innotop's modes retrieves and displays a particular type of data from
+the servers you're monitoring.  You switch between modes with uppercase keys.
+The following is a brief description of each mode, in alphabetical order.  To
+switch to the mode, press the key listed in front of its heading in the
+following list:
+.IP "B: InnoDB Buffers" 4
+.IX Item "B: InnoDB Buffers"
+This mode displays information about the InnoDB buffer pool, page statistics,
+insert buffer, and adaptive hash index.  The data comes from \s-1SHOW\s0 \s-1INNODB\s0 \s-1STATUS\s0.
+.Sp
+This mode contains the \*(L"buffer_pool\*(R", \*(L"page_statistics\*(R",
+\&\*(L"insert_buffers\*(R", and \*(L"adaptive_hash_index\*(R" tables by default.
+.IP "C: Command Summary" 4
+.IX Item "C: Command Summary"
+This mode is similar to mytop's Command Summary mode.  It shows the
+\&\*(L"cmd_summary\*(R" table, which looks something like the following:
+.Sp
+.Vb 8
+\& Command Summary (? for help) localhost, 25+07:16:43, 2.45 QPS, 3 thd, 5.0.40
+\& _____________________ Command Summary _____________________
+\& Name                    Value    Pct     Last Incr  Pct    
+\& Select_scan             3244858  69.89%          2  100.00%
+\& Select_range            1354177  29.17%          0    0.00%
+\& Select_full_join          39479   0.85%          0    0.00%
+\& Select_full_range_join     4097   0.09%          0    0.00%
+\& Select_range_check            0   0.00%          0    0.00%
+.Ve
+.Sp
+The command summary table is built by extracting variables from
+\&\*(L"\s-1STATUS_VARIABLES\s0\*(R".  The variables must be numeric and must match the prefix
+given by the \*(L"cmd_filter\*(R" configuration variable.  The variables are then
+sorted by value descending and compared to the last variable, as shown above.
+The percentage columns are percentage of the total of all variables in the
+table, so you can see the relative weight of the variables.
+.Sp
+The example shows what you see if the prefix is \*(L"Select_\*(R".  The default
+prefix is \*(L"Com_\*(R".  You can choose a prefix with the 's' key.
+.Sp
+It's rather like running \s-1SHOW\s0 \s-1VARIABLES\s0 \s-1LIKE\s0 \*(L"prefix%\*(R" with memory and
+nice formatting.
+.Sp
+Values are aggregated across all servers.  The Pct columns are not correctly
+aggregated across multiple servers.  This is a known limitation of the grouping
+algorithm that may be fixed in the future.
+.IP "D: InnoDB Deadlocks" 4
+.IX Item "D: InnoDB Deadlocks"
+This mode shows the transactions involved in the last InnoDB deadlock.  A second
+table shows the locks each transaction held and waited for.  A deadlock is
+caused by a cycle in the waits-for graph, so there should be two locks held and
+one waited for unless the deadlock information is truncated.
+.Sp
+InnoDB puts deadlock information before some other information in the \s-1SHOW\s0
+\&\s-1INNODB\s0 \s-1STATUS\s0 output.  If there are a lot of locks, the deadlock information can
+grow very large, and there is a limit on the size of the \s-1SHOW\s0 \s-1INNODB\s0
+\&\s-1STATUS\s0 output.  A large deadlock can fill the entire output, or even be
+truncated, and prevent you from seeing other information at all.  If you are
+running innotop in another mode, for example T mode, and suddenly you don't see
+anything, you might want to check and see if a deadlock has wiped out the data
+you need.
+.Sp
+If it has, you can create a small deadlock to replace the large one.  Use the
+\&'w' key to 'wipe' the large deadlock with a small one.  This will not work
+unless you have defined a deadlock table for the connection (see \*(L"\s-1SERVER\s0 \s-1CONNECTIONS\s0\*(R").
+.Sp
+You can also configure innotop to automatically detect when a large deadlock
+needs to be replaced with a small one (see \*(L"auto_wipe_dl\*(R").
+.Sp
+This mode displays the \*(L"deadlock_transactions\*(R" and \*(L"deadlock_locks\*(R" tables
+by default.
+.IP "F: InnoDB Foreign Key Errors" 4
+.IX Item "F: InnoDB Foreign Key Errors"
+This mode shows the last InnoDB foreign key error information, such as the
+table where it happened, when and who and what query caused it, and so on.
+.Sp
+InnoDB has a huge variety of foreign key error messages, and many of them are
+just hard to parse.  innotop doesn't always do the best job here, but there's
+so much code devoted to parsing this messy, unparseable output that innotop is
+likely never to be perfect in this regard.  If innotop doesn't show you what
+you need to see, just look at the status text directly.
+.Sp
+This mode displays the \*(L"fk_error\*(R" table by default.
+.IP "I: InnoDB I/O Info" 4
+.IX Item "I: InnoDB I/O Info"
+This mode shows InnoDB's I/O statistics, including the I/O threads, pending I/O,
+file I/O miscellaneous, and log statistics.  It displays the \*(L"io_threads\*(R",
+\&\*(L"pending_io\*(R", \*(L"file_io_misc\*(R", and \*(L"log_statistics\*(R" tables by default.
+.IP "L: Locks" 4
+.IX Item "L: Locks"
+This mode shows information about current locks.  At the moment only InnoDB
+locks are supported, and by default you'll only see locks for which transactions
+are waiting.  This information comes from the \s-1TRANSACTIONS\s0 section of the InnoDB
+status text.  If you have a very busy server, you may have frequent lock waits;
+it helps to be able to see which tables and indexes are the \*(L"hot spot\*(R" for
+locks.  If your server is running pretty well, this mode should show nothing.
+.Sp
+You can configure MySQL and innotop to monitor not only locks for which a
+transaction is waiting, but those currently held, too.  You can do this with the
+InnoDB Lock Monitor (<http://dev.mysql.com/doc/en/innodb\-monitor.html>).  It's
+not documented in the MySQL manual, but creating the lock monitor with the
+following statement also affects the output of \s-1SHOW\s0 \s-1INNODB\s0 \s-1STATUS\s0, which innotop
+uses:
+.Sp
+.Vb 1
+\&  CREATE TABLE innodb_lock_monitor(a int) ENGINE=INNODB;
+.Ve
+.Sp
+This causes InnoDB to print its output to the MySQL file every 16 seconds or so,
+as stated in the manual, but it also makes the normal \s-1SHOW\s0 \s-1INNODB\s0 \s-1STATUS\s0 output
+include lock information, which innotop can parse and display (that's the
+undocumented feature).
+.Sp
+This means you can do what may have seemed impossible: to a limited extent
+(InnoDB truncates some information in the output), you can see which transaction
+holds the locks something else is waiting for.  You can also enable and disable
+the InnoDB Lock Monitor with the key mappings in this mode.
+.Sp
+This mode displays the \*(L"innodb_locks\*(R" table by default.  Here's a sample of
+the screen when one connection is waiting for locks another connection holds:
+.Sp
+.Vb 7
+\& _________________________________ InnoDB Locks __________________________
+\& CXN        ID  Type    Waiting  Wait   Active  Mode  DB    Table  Index
+\& localhost  12  RECORD        1  00:10   00:10  X     test  t1     PRIMARY
+\& localhost  12  TABLE         0  00:10   00:10  IX    test  t1
+\& localhost  12  RECORD        1  00:10   00:10  X     test  t1     PRIMARY
+\& localhost  11  TABLE         0  00:00   00:25  IX    test  t1
+\& localhost  11  RECORD        0  00:00   00:25  X     test  t1     PRIMARY
+.Ve
+.Sp
+You can see the first connection, \s-1ID\s0 12, is waiting for a lock on the \s-1PRIMARY\s0
+key on test.t1, and has been waiting for 10 seconds.  The second connection
+isn't waiting, because the Waiting column is 0, but it holds locks on the same
+index.  That tells you connection 11 is blocking connection 12.
+.IP "M: Master/Slave Replication Status" 4
+.IX Item "M: Master/Slave Replication Status"
+This mode shows the output of \s-1SHOW\s0 \s-1SLAVE\s0 \s-1STATUS\s0 and \s-1SHOW\s0 \s-1MASTER\s0 \s-1STATUS\s0 in three
+tables.  The first two divide the slave's status into \s-1SQL\s0 and I/O thread status,
+and the last shows master status.  Filters are applied to eliminate non-slave
+servers from the slave tables, and non-master servers from the master table.
+.Sp
+This mode displays the \*(L"slave_sql_status\*(R", \*(L"slave_io_status\*(R", and
+\&\*(L"master_status\*(R" tables by default.
+.IP "O: Open Tables" 4
+.IX Item "O: Open Tables"
+This section comes from MySQL's \s-1SHOW\s0 \s-1OPEN\s0 \s-1TABLES\s0 command.  By default it is
+filtered to show tables which are in use by one or more queries, so you can
+get a quick look at which tables are 'hot'.  You can use this to guess which
+tables might be locked implicitly.
+.Sp
+This mode displays the \*(L"open_tables\*(R" mode by default.
+.IP "Q: Query List" 4
+.IX Item "Q: Query List"
+This mode displays the output from \s-1SHOW\s0 \s-1FULL\s0 \s-1PROCESSLIST\s0, much like \fBmytop\fR's
+query list mode.  This mode does \fBnot\fR show InnoDB-related information.  This
+is probably one of the most useful modes for general usage.
+.Sp
+There is an informative header that shows general status information about
+your server.  You can toggle it on and off with the 'h' key.  By default,
+innotop hides inactive processes and its own process.  You can toggle these on
+and off with the 'i' and 'a' keys.
+.Sp
+You can \s-1EXPLAIN\s0 a query from this mode with the 'e' key.  This displays the
+query's full text, the results of \s-1EXPLAIN\s0, and in newer MySQL versions, even
+the optimized query resulting from \s-1EXPLAIN\s0 \s-1EXTENDED\s0.  innotop also tries to
+rewrite certain queries to make them EXPLAIN\-able.  For example, \s-1INSERT/SELECT\s0
+statements are rewritable.
+.Sp
+This mode displays the \*(L"q_header\*(R" and \*(L"processlist\*(R" tables by default.
+.IP "R: InnoDB Row Operations and Semaphores" 4
+.IX Item "R: InnoDB Row Operations and Semaphores"
+This mode shows InnoDB row operations, row operation miscellaneous, semaphores,
+and information from the wait array.  It displays the \*(L"row_operations\*(R",
+\&\*(L"row_operation_misc\*(R", \*(L"semaphores\*(R", and \*(L"wait_array\*(R" tables by default.
+.IP "S: Variables & Status" 4
+.IX Item "S: Variables & Status"
+This mode calculates statistics, such as queries per second, and prints them out
+in several different styles.  You can show absolute values, or incremental values
+between ticks.
+.Sp
+You can switch between the views by pressing a key.  The 's' key prints a
+single line each time the screen updates, in the style of \fBvmstat\fR.  The 'g'
+key changes the view to a graph of the same numbers, sort of like \fBtload\fR.
+The 'v' key changes the view to a pivoted table of variable names on the left,
+with successive updates scrolling across the screen from left to right.  You can
+choose how many updates to put on the screen with the \*(L"num_status_sets\*(R"
+configuration variable.
+.Sp
+Headers may be abbreviated to fit on the screen in interactive operation.  You
+choose which variables to display with the 'c' key, which selects from
+predefined sets, or lets you create your own sets.  You can edit the current set
+with the 'e' key.
+.Sp
+This mode doesn't really display any tables like other modes.  Instead, it uses
+a table definition to extract and format the data, but it then transforms the
+result in special ways before outputting it.  It uses the \*(L"var_status\*(R" table
+definition for this.
+.IP "T: InnoDB Transactions" 4
+.IX Item "T: InnoDB Transactions"
+This mode shows transactions from the InnoDB monitor's output, in \fBtop\fR\-like
+format.  This mode is the reason I wrote innotop.
+.Sp
+You can kill queries or processes with the 'k' and 'x' keys, and \s-1EXPLAIN\s0 a query
+with the 'e' or 'f' keys.  InnoDB doesn't print the full query in transactions,
+so explaining may not work right if the query is truncated.
+.Sp
+The informational header can be toggled on and off with the 'h' key.  By
+default, innotop hides inactive transactions and its own transaction.  You can
+toggle this on and off with the 'i' and 'a' keys.
+.Sp
+This mode displays the \*(L"t_header\*(R" and \*(L"innodb_transactions\*(R" tables by
+default.
+.SH "INNOTOP STATUS"
+.IX Header "INNOTOP STATUS"
+The first line innotop displays is a \*(L"status bar\*(R" of sorts.  What it contains
+depends on the mode you're in, and what servers you're monitoring.  The first
+few words are always the innotop mode, such as \*(L"InnoDB Txns\*(R" for T mode,
+followed by a reminder to press '?' for help at any time.
+.Sh "\s-1ONE\s0 \s-1SERVER\s0"
+.IX Subsection "ONE SERVER"
+The simplest case is when you're monitoring a single server.  In this case, the
+name of the connection is next on the status line.  This is the name you gave
+when you created the connection \*(-- most likely the MySQL server's hostname.
+This is followed by the server's uptime.
+.PP
+If you're in an InnoDB mode, such as T or B, the next word is \*(L"InnoDB\*(R" followed
+by some information about the \s-1SHOW\s0 \s-1INNODB\s0 \s-1STATUS\s0 output used to render the
+screen.  The first word is the number of seconds since the last \s-1SHOW\s0 \s-1INNODB\s0
+\&\s-1STATUS\s0, which InnoDB uses to calculate some per-second statistics.  The next is
+a smiley face indicating whether the InnoDB output is truncated.  If the smiley
+face is a :\-), all is well; there is no truncation.  A :^| means the transaction
+list is so long, InnoDB has only printed out some of the transactions.  Finally,
+a frown :\-( means the output is incomplete, which is probably due to a deadlock
+printing too much lock information (see \*(L"D: InnoDB Deadlocks\*(R").
+.PP
+The next two words indicate the server's queries per second (\s-1QPS\s0) and how many
+threads (connections) exist.  Finally, the server's version number is the last
+thing on the line.
+.Sh "\s-1MULTIPLE\s0 \s-1SERVERS\s0"
+.IX Subsection "MULTIPLE SERVERS"
+If you are monitoring multiple servers (see \*(L"\s-1SERVER\s0 \s-1CONNECTIONS\s0\*(R"), the status
+line does not show any details about individual servers.  Instead, it shows the
+names of the connections that are active.  Again, these are connection names you
+specified, which are likely to be the server's hostname.  A connection that has
+an error is prefixed with an exclamation point.
+.PP
+If you are monitoring a group of servers (see \*(L"\s-1SERVER\s0 \s-1GROUPS\s0\*(R"), the status
+line shows the name of the group.  If any connection in the group has an
+error, the group's name is followed by the fraction of the connections that
+don't have errors.
+.PP
+See \*(L"\s-1ERROR\s0 \s-1HANDLING\s0\*(R" for more details about innotop's error handling.
+.Sh "\s-1MONITORING\s0 A \s-1FILE\s0"
+.IX Subsection "MONITORING A FILE"
+If you give a filename on the command line, innotop will not connect to \s-1ANY\s0
+servers at all.  It will watch the specified file for InnoDB status output and
+use that as its data source.  It will always show a single connection called
+\&'file'.  And since it can't connect to a server, it can't determine how long the
+server it's monitoring has been up; so it calculates the server's uptime as time
+since innotop started running.
+.SH "SERVER ADMINISTRATION"
+.IX Header "SERVER ADMINISTRATION"
+While innotop is primarily a monitor that lets you watch and analyze your
+servers, it can also send commands to servers.  The most frequently useful
+commands are killing queries and stopping or starting slaves.
+.PP
+You can kill a connection, or in newer versions of MySQL kill a query but not a
+connection, from \*(L"Q: Query List\*(R" and \*(L"T: InnoDB Transactions\*(R" modes.
+Press 'k' to issue a \s-1KILL\s0 command, or 'x' to issue a \s-1KILL\s0 \s-1QUERY\s0 command.
+innotop will prompt you for the server and/or connection \s-1ID\s0 to kill (innotop
+does not prompt you if there is only one possible choice for any input).
+innotop pre-selects the longest-running query, or the oldest connection.
+Confirm the command with 'y'.
+.PP
+In \*(L"M: Master/Slave Replication Status\*(R" mode, you can start and stop slaves
+with the 'a' and 'o' keys, respectively.  You can send these commands to many
+slaves at once.  innotop fills in a default command of \s-1START\s0 \s-1SLAVE\s0 or \s-1STOP\s0 \s-1SLAVE\s0
+for you, but you can actually edit the command and send anything you wish, such
+as \s-1SET\s0 \s-1GLOBAL\s0 SQL_SLAVE_SKIP_COUNTER=1 to make the slave skip one binlog event
+when it starts.
+.PP
+You can also ask innotop to calculate the earliest binlog in use by any slave
+and issue a \s-1PURGE\s0 \s-1MASTER\s0 \s-1LOGS\s0 on the master.  Use the 'b' key for this.  innotop
+will prompt you for a master to run the command on, then prompt you for the
+connection names of that master's slaves (there is no way for innotop to
+determine this reliably itself).  innotop will find the minimum binlog in use by
+these slave connections and suggest it as the argument to \s-1PURGE\s0 \s-1MASTER\s0 \s-1LOGS\s0.
+.SH "SERVER CONNECTIONS"
+.IX Header "SERVER CONNECTIONS"
+When you create a server connection, innotop asks you for a series of inputs, as
+follows:
+.IP "\s-1DSN\s0" 4
+.IX Item "DSN"
+A \s-1DSN\s0 is a Data Source Name, which is the initial argument passed to the \s-1DBI\s0
+module for connecting to a server.  It is usually of the form
+.Sp
+.Vb 1
+\& DBI:mysql:;mysql_read_default_group=mysql;host=HOSTNAME
+.Ve
+.Sp
+Since this \s-1DSN\s0 is passed to the DBD::mysql driver, you should read the driver's
+documentation at \*(L"http://search.cpan.org/dist/DBD\-mysql/lib/DBD/mysql.pm\*(R" for
+the exact details on all the options you can pass the driver in the \s-1DSN\s0.  You
+can read more about \s-1DBI\s0 at <http://dbi.perl.org/docs/>, and especially at
+<http://search.cpan.org/~timb/DBI/DBI.pm>.
+.Sp
+The mysql_read_default_group=mysql option lets the \s-1DBD\s0 driver read your MySQL
+options files, such as ~/.my.cnf on UNIX-ish systems.  You can use this to avoid
+specifying a username or password for the connection.
+.IP "InnoDB Deadlock Table" 4
+.IX Item "InnoDB Deadlock Table"
+This optional item tells innotop a table name it can use to deliberately create
+a small deadlock (see \*(L"D: InnoDB Deadlocks\*(R").  If you specify this option,
+you just need to be sure the table doesn't exist, and that innotop can create
+and drop the table with the InnoDB storage engine.  You can safely omit or just
+accept the default if you don't intend to use this.
+.IP "Username" 4
+.IX Item "Username"
+innotop will ask you if you want to specify a username.  If you say 'y', it will
+then prompt you for a user name.  If you have a MySQL option file that specifies
+your username, you don't have to specify a username.
+.Sp
+The username defaults to your login name on the system you're running innotop on.
+.IP "Password" 4
+.IX Item "Password"
+innotop will ask you if you want to specify a password.  Like the username, the
+password is optional, but there's an additional prompt that asks if you want to
+save the password in the innotop configuration file.  If you don't save it in
+the configuration file, innotop will prompt you for a password each time it
+starts.  Passwords in the innotop configuration file are saved in plain text,
+not encrypted in any way.
+.PP
+Once you finish answering these questions, you should be connected to a server.
+But innotop isn't limited to monitoring a single server; you can define many
+server connections and switch between them by pressing the '@' key.  See
+\&\*(L"\s-1SWITCHING\s0 \s-1BETWEEN\s0 \s-1CONNECTIONS\s0\*(R".
+.PP
+To create a new connection, press the '@' key and type the name of the new
+connection, then follow the steps given above.
+.SH "SERVER GROUPS"
+.IX Header "SERVER GROUPS"
+If you have multiple MySQL instances, you can put them into named groups, such
+as 'all', 'masters', and 'slaves', which innotop can monitor all together.
+.PP
+You can choose which group to monitor with the '#' key, and you can press the
+\&\s-1TAB\s0 key to switch to the next group.  If you're not currently monitoring a
+group, pressing \s-1TAB\s0 selects the first group.
+.PP
+To create a group, press the '#' key and type the name of your new group, then
+type the names of the connections you want the group to contain.
+.SH "SWITCHING BETWEEN CONNECTIONS"
+.IX Header "SWITCHING BETWEEN CONNECTIONS"
+innotop lets you quickly switch which servers you're monitoring.  The most basic
+way is by pressing the '@' key and typing the name(s) of the connection(s) you
+want to use.  This setting is per\-mode, so you can monitor different connections
+in each mode, and innotop remembers which connections you choose.
+.PP
+You can quickly switch to the 'next' connection in alphabetical order with the
+\&'n' key.  If you're monitoring a server group (see \*(L"\s-1SERVER\s0 \s-1GROUPS\s0\*(R") this will
+switch to the first connection.
+.PP
+You can also type many connection names, and innotop will fetch and display data
+from them all.  Just separate the connection names with spaces, for example
+\&\*(L"server1 server2.\*(R"  Again, if you type the name of a connection that doesn't
+exist, innotop will prompt you for connection information and create the
+connection.
+.PP
+Another way to monitor multiple connections at once is with server groups.  You
+can use the \s-1TAB\s0 key to switch to the 'next' group in alphabetical order, or if
+you're not monitoring any groups, \s-1TAB\s0 will switch to the first group.
+.PP
+innotop does not fetch data in parallel from connections, so if you are
+monitoring a large group or many connections, you may notice increased delay
+between ticks.
+.PP
+When you monitor more than one connection, innotop's status bar changes.  See
+\&\*(L"\s-1INNOTOP\s0 \s-1STATUS\s0\*(R".
+.SH "ERROR HANDLING"
+.IX Header "ERROR HANDLING"
+Error handling is not that important when monitoring a single connection, but is
+crucial when you have many active connections.  A crashed server or lost
+connection should not crash innotop.  As a result, innotop will continue to run
+even when there is an error; it just won't display any information from the
+connection that had an error.  Because of this, innotop's behavior might confuse
+you.  It's a feature, not a bug!
+.PP
+innotop does not continue to query connections that have errors, because they
+may slow innotop and make it hard to use, especially if the error is a problem
+connecting and causes a long time\-out.  Instead, innotop retries the connection
+occasionally to see if the error still exists.  If so, it will wait until some
+point in the future.  The wait time increases in ticks as the Fibonacci series,
+so it tries less frequently as time passes.
+.PP
+Since errors might only happen in certain modes because of the \s-1SQL\s0 commands
+issued in those modes, innotop keeps track of which mode caused the error.  If
+you switch to a different mode, innotop will retry the connection instead of
+waiting.
+.PP
+By default innotop will display the problem in red text at the bottom of the
+first table on the screen.  You can disable this behavior with the
+\&\*(L"show_cxn_errors_in_tbl\*(R" configuration option, which is enabled by default.
+If the \*(L"debug\*(R" option is enabled, innotop will display the error at the
+bottom of every table, not just the first.  And if \*(L"show_cxn_errors\*(R" is
+enabled, innotop will print the error text to \s-1STDOUT\s0 as well.  Error messages
+might only display in the mode that caused the error, depending on the mode and
+whether innotop is avoiding querying that connection.
+.SH "NON-INTERACTIVE OPERATION"
+.IX Header "NON-INTERACTIVE OPERATION"
+You can run innotop in non-interactive mode, in which case it is entirely
+controlled from the configuration file and command-line options.  To start
+innotop in non-interactive mode, give the L\*(L"<\-\-nonint\*(R"> command-line option.
+This changes innotop's behavior in the following ways:
+.IP "\(bu" 4
+Certain Perl modules are not loaded.  Term::Readline is not loaded, since
+innotop doesn't prompt interactively.  Term::ANSIColor and Win32::Console::ANSI
+modules are not loaded.  Term::ReadKey is still used, since innotop may have to
+prompt for connection passwords when starting up.
+.IP "\(bu" 4
+innotop does not clear the screen after each tick.
+.IP "\(bu" 4
+innotop does not persist any changes to the configuration file.
+.IP "\(bu" 4
+If \*(L"\-\-count\*(R" is given and innotop is in incremental mode (see \*(L"status_inc\*(R"
+and \*(L"\-\-inc\*(R"), innotop actually refreshes one more time than specified so it
+can print incremental statistics.  This suppresses output during the first
+tick, so innotop may appear to hang.
+.IP "\(bu" 4
+innotop only displays the first table in each mode.  This is so the output can
+be easily processed with other command-line utilities such as awk and sed.  To
+change which tables display in each mode, see \*(L"\s-1TABLES\s0\*(R".  Since \*(L"Q: Query List\*(R" mode is so important, innotop automatically disables the \*(L"q_header\*(R"
+table.  This ensures you'll see the \*(L"processlist\*(R" table, even if you have
+innotop configured to show the q_header table during interactive operation.
+Similarly, in \*(L"T: InnoDB Transactions\*(R" mode, the \*(L"t_header\*(R" table is
+suppressed so you see only the \*(L"innodb_transactions\*(R" table.
+.IP "\(bu" 4
+All output is tab-separated instead of being column-aligned with whitespace, and
+innotop prints the full contents of each table instead of only printing one
+screenful at a time.
+.IP "\(bu" 4
+innotop only prints column headers once instead of every tick (see
+\&\*(L"hide_hdr\*(R").  innotop does not print table captions (see
+\&\*(L"display_table_captions\*(R").  innotop ensures there are no empty lines in the
+output.
+.IP "\(bu" 4
+innotop does not honor the \*(L"shorten\*(R" transformation, which normally shortens
+some numbers to human-readable formats.
+.IP "\(bu" 4
+innotop does not print a status line (see \*(L"\s-1INNOTOP\s0 \s-1STATUS\s0\*(R").
+.SH "CONFIGURING"
+.IX Header "CONFIGURING"
+Nearly everything about innotop is configurable.  Most things are possible to
+change with built-in commands, but you can also edit the configuration file.
+.PP
+While running innotop, press the '$' key to bring up the configuration editing
+dialog.  Press another key to select the type of data you want to edit:
+.IP "S: Statement Sleep Times" 4
+.IX Item "S: Statement Sleep Times"
+Edits \s-1SQL\s0 statement sleep delays, which make innotop pause for the specified
+amount of time after executing a statement.  See \*(L"\s-1SQL\s0 \s-1STATEMENTS\s0\*(R" for a
+definition of each statement and what it does.  By default innotop does not
+delay after any statements.
+.Sp
+This feature is included so you can customize the side-effects caused by
+monitoring your server.  You may not see any effects, but some innotop users
+have noticed that certain MySQL versions under very high load with InnoDB
+enabled take longer than usual to execute \s-1SHOW\s0 \s-1GLOBAL\s0 \s-1STATUS\s0.  If innotop calls
+\&\s-1SHOW\s0 \s-1FULL\s0 \s-1PROCESSLIST\s0 immediately afterward, the processlist contains more
+queries than the machine actually averages at any given moment.  Configuring
+innotop to pause briefly after calling \s-1SHOW\s0 \s-1GLOBAL\s0 \s-1STATUS\s0 alleviates this
+effect.
+.Sp
+Sleep times are stored in the \*(L"stmt_sleep_times\*(R" section of the configuration
+file.  Fractional-second sleeps are supported, subject to your hardware's
+limitations.
+.IP "c: Edit Columns" 4
+.IX Item "c: Edit Columns"
+Starts the table editor on one of the displayed tables.  See \*(L"\s-1TABLE\s0 \s-1EDITOR\s0\*(R".
+An alternative way to start the table editor without entering the configuration
+dialog is with the '^' key.
+.IP "g: General Configuration" 4
+.IX Item "g: General Configuration"
+Starts the configuration editor to edit global and mode-specific configuration
+variables (see \*(L"\s-1MODES\s0\*(R").  innotop prompts you to choose a variable from among
+the global and mode-specific ones depending on the current mode.
+.IP "k: Row-Coloring Rules" 4
+.IX Item "k: Row-Coloring Rules"
+Starts the row-coloring rules editor on one of the displayed table(s).  See
+\&\*(L"\s-1COLORS\s0\*(R" for details.
+.IP "p: Manage Plugins" 4
+.IX Item "p: Manage Plugins"
+Starts the plugin configuration editor.  See \*(L"\s-1PLUGINS\s0\*(R" for details.
+.IP "s: Server Groups" 4
+.IX Item "s: Server Groups"
+Lets you create and edit server groups.  See \*(L"\s-1SERVER\s0 \s-1GROUPS\s0\*(R".
+.IP "t: Choose Displayed Tables" 4
+.IX Item "t: Choose Displayed Tables"
+Lets you choose which tables to display in this mode.  See \*(L"\s-1MODES\s0\*(R" and
+\&\*(L"\s-1TABLES\s0\*(R".
+.SH "CONFIGURATION FILE"
+.IX Header "CONFIGURATION FILE"
+innotop's default configuration file location is in \f(CW$HOME\fR/.innotop, but can be
+overridden with the \*(L"\-\-config\*(R" command-line option.  You can edit it by hand
+safely.  innotop reads the configuration file when it starts, and writes it out
+again when it exits, so any changes you make while innotop is running will be
+lost.
+.PP
+innotop doesn't store its entire configuration in the configuration file.  It
+has a huge set of default configuration that it holds only in memory, and the
+configuration file only overrides these defaults.  When you customize a default
+setting, innotop notices, and then stores the customizations into the file.
+This keeps the file size down, makes it easier to edit, and makes upgrades
+easier.
+.PP
+A configuration file can be made read\-only.  See \*(L"readonly\*(R".
+.PP
+The configuration file is arranged into sections like an \s-1INI\s0 file.  Each
+section begins with [section\-name] and ends with [/section\-name].  Each
+section's entries have a different syntax depending on the data they need to
+store.  You can put comments in the file; any line that begins with a #
+character is a comment.  innotop will not read the comments, so it won't write
+them back out to the file when it exits.  Comments in read-only configuration
+files are still useful, though.
+.PP
+The first line in the file is innotop's version number.  This lets innotop
+notice when the file format is not backwards\-compatible, and upgrade smoothly
+without destroying your customized configuration.
+.PP
+The following list describes each section of the configuration file and the data
+it contains:
+.IP "general" 4
+.IX Item "general"
+The 'general' section contains global configuration variables and variables that
+may be mode\-specific, but don't belong in any other section.  The syntax is a
+simple key=value list.  innotop writes a comment above each value to help you
+edit the file by hand.
+.RS 4
+.IP "S_func" 4
+.IX Item "S_func"
+Controls S mode presentation (see \*(L"S: Variables & Status\*(R").  If g, values are
+graphed; if s, values are like vmstat; if p, values are in a pivoted table.
+.IP "S_set" 4
+.IX Item "S_set"
+Specifies which set of variables to display in \*(L"S: Variables & Status\*(R" mode.
+See \*(L"\s-1VARIABLE\s0 \s-1SETS\s0\*(R".
+.IP "auto_wipe_dl" 4
+.IX Item "auto_wipe_dl"
+Instructs innotop to automatically wipe large deadlocks when it notices them.
+When this happens you may notice a slight delay.  At the next tick, you will
+usually see the information that was being truncated by the large deadlock.
+.IP "charset" 4
+.IX Item "charset"
+Specifies what kind of characters to allow through the \*(L"no_ctrl_char\*(R"
+transformation.  This keeps non-printable characters from confusing a
+terminal when you monitor queries that contain binary data, such as images.
+.Sp
+The default is 'ascii', which considers anything outside normal \s-1ASCII\s0 to be a
+control character.  The other allowable values are 'unicode' and 'none'.  'none'
+considers every character a control character, which can be useful for
+collapsing \s-1ALL\s0 text fields in queries.
+.IP "cmd_filter" 4
+.IX Item "cmd_filter"
+This is the prefix that filters variables in \*(L"C: Command Summary\*(R" mode.
+.IP "color" 4
+.IX Item "color"
+Whether terminal coloring is permitted.
+.IP "cxn_timeout" 4
+.IX Item "cxn_timeout"
+On MySQL versions 4.0.3 and newer, this variable is used to set the connection's
+timeout, so MySQL doesn't close the connection if it is not used for a while.
+This might happen because a connection isn't monitored in a particular mode, for
+example.
+.IP "debug" 4
+.IX Item "debug"
+This option enables more verbose errors and makes innotop more strict in some
+places.  It can help in debugging filters and other user-defined code.  It also
+makes innotop write a lot of information to \*(L"debugfile\*(R" when there is a
+crash.
+.IP "debugfile" 4
+.IX Item "debugfile"
+A file to which innotop will write information when there is a crash.  See
+\&\*(L"\s-1FILES\s0\*(R".
+.IP "display_table_captions" 4
+.IX Item "display_table_captions"
+innotop displays a table caption above most tables.  This variable suppresses or
+shows captions on all tables globally.  Some tables are configured with the
+hide_caption property, which overrides this.
+.IP "global" 4
+.IX Item "global"
+Whether to show \s-1GLOBAL\s0 variables and status.  innotop only tries to do this on
+servers which support the \s-1GLOBAL\s0 option to \s-1SHOW\s0 \s-1VARIABLES\s0 and \s-1SHOW\s0 \s-1STATUS\s0.  In
+some MySQL versions, you need certain privileges to do this; if you don't have
+them, innotop will not be able to fetch any variable and status data.  This
+configuration variable lets you run innotop and fetch what data you can even
+without the elevated privileges.
+.Sp
+I can no longer find or reproduce the situation where \s-1GLOBAL\s0 wasn't allowed, but
+I know there was one.
+.IP "graph_char" 4
+.IX Item "graph_char"
+Defines the character to use when drawing graphs in \*(L"S: Variables & Status\*(R"
+mode.
+.IP "header_highlight" 4
+.IX Item "header_highlight"
+Defines how to highlight column headers.  This only works if Term::ANSIColor is
+available.  Valid values are 'bold' and 'underline'.
+.IP "hide_hdr" 4
+.IX Item "hide_hdr"
+Hides column headers globally.
+.IP "interval" 4
+.IX Item "interval"
+The interval at which innotop will refresh its data (ticks).  The interval is
+implemented as a sleep time between ticks, so the true interval will vary
+depending on how long it takes innotop to fetch and render data.
+.Sp
+This variable accepts fractions of a second.
+.IP "mode" 4
+.IX Item "mode"
+The mode in which innotop should start.  Allowable arguments are the same as the
+key presses that select a mode interactively.  See \*(L"\s-1MODES\s0\*(R".
+.IP "num_digits" 4
+.IX Item "num_digits"
+How many digits to show in fractional numbers and percents.  This variable's
+range is between 0 and 9 and can be set directly from \*(L"S: Variables & Status\*(R"
+mode with the '+' and '\-' keys.  It is used in the \*(L"set_precision\*(R",
+\&\*(L"shorten\*(R", and \*(L"percent\*(R" transformations.
+.IP "num_status_sets" 4
+.IX Item "num_status_sets"
+Controls how many sets of status variables to display in pivoted \*(L"S: Variables & Status\*(R" mode.  It also controls the number of old sets of variables innotop
+keeps in its memory, so the larger this variable is, the more memory innotop
+uses.
+.IP "plugin_dir" 4
+.IX Item "plugin_dir"
+Specifies where plugins can be found.  By default, innotop stores plugins in the
+\&'plugins' subdirectory of your innotop configuration directory.
+.IP "readonly" 4
+.IX Item "readonly"
+Whether the configuration file is readonly.  This cannot be set interactively,
+because it would prevent itself from being written to the configuration file.
+.IP "show_cxn_errors" 4
+.IX Item "show_cxn_errors"
+Makes innotop print connection errors to \s-1STDOUT\s0.  See \*(L"\s-1ERROR\s0 \s-1HANDLING\s0\*(R".
+.IP "show_cxn_errors_in_tbl" 4
+.IX Item "show_cxn_errors_in_tbl"
+Makes innotop display connection errors as rows in the first table on screen.
+See \*(L"\s-1ERROR\s0 \s-1HANDLING\s0\*(R".
+.IP "show_percent" 4
+.IX Item "show_percent"
+Adds a '%' character after the value returned by the \*(L"percent\*(R"
+transformation.
+.IP "show_statusbar" 4
+.IX Item "show_statusbar"
+Controls whether to show the status bar in the display.  See \*(L"\s-1INNOTOP\s0 \s-1STATUS\s0\*(R".
+.IP "skip_innodb" 4
+.IX Item "skip_innodb"
+Disables fetching \s-1SHOW\s0 \s-1INNODB\s0 \s-1STATUS\s0, in case your server(s) do not have InnoDB
+enabled and you don't want innotop to try to fetch it.  This can also be useful
+when you don't have the \s-1SUPER\s0 privilege, required to run \s-1SHOW\s0 \s-1INNODB\s0 \s-1STATUS\s0.
+.IP "status_inc" 4
+.IX Item "status_inc"
+Whether to show absolute or incremental values for status variables.
+Incremental values are calculated as an offset from the last value innotop saw
+for that variable.  This is a global setting, but will probably become
+mode-specific at some point.  Right now it is honored a bit inconsistently; some
+modes don't pay attention to it.
+.RE
+.RS 4
+.RE
+.IP "plugins" 4
+.IX Item "plugins"
+This section holds a list of package names of active plugins.  If the plugin
+exists, innotop will activate it.  See \*(L"\s-1PLUGINS\s0\*(R" for more information.
+.IP "filters" 4
+.IX Item "filters"
+This section holds user-defined filters (see \*(L"\s-1FILTERS\s0\*(R").  Each line is in the
+format filter_name=text='filter text' tbls='table list'.
+.Sp
+The filter text is the text of the subroutine's code.  The table list is a list
+of tables to which the filter can apply.  By default, user-defined filters apply
+to the table for which they were created, but you can manually override that by
+editing the definition in the configuration file.
+.IP "active_filters" 4
+.IX Item "active_filters"
+This section stores which filters are active on each table.  Each line is in the
+format table_name=filter_list.
+.IP "tbl_meta" 4
+.IX Item "tbl_meta"
+This section stores user-defined or user-customized columns (see \*(L"\s-1COLUMNS\s0\*(R").
+Each line is in the format col_name=properties, where the properties are a
+name=quoted\-value list.
+.IP "connections" 4
+.IX Item "connections"
+This section holds the server connections you have defined.  Each line is in the
+format name=properties, where the properties are a name=value list.  The
+properties are self\-explanatory, and the only one that is treated specially is
+\&'pass' which is only present if 'savepass' is set.  See \*(L"\s-1SERVER\s0 \s-1CONNECTIONS\s0\*(R".
+.IP "active_connections" 4
+.IX Item "active_connections"
+This section holds a list of which connections are active in each mode.  Each
+line is in the format mode_name=connection_list.
+.IP "server_groups" 4
+.IX Item "server_groups"
+This section holds server groups.  Each line is in the format
+name=connection_list.  See \*(L"\s-1SERVER\s0 \s-1GROUPS\s0\*(R".
+.IP "active_server_groups" 4
+.IX Item "active_server_groups"
+This section holds a list of which server group is active in each mode.  Each
+line is in the format mode_name=server_group.
+.IP "max_values_seen" 4
+.IX Item "max_values_seen"
+This section holds the maximum values seen for variables.  This is used to scale
+the graphs in \*(L"S: Variables & Status\*(R" mode.  Each line is in the format
+name=value.
+.IP "active_columns" 4
+.IX Item "active_columns"
+This section holds table column lists.  Each line is in the format
+tbl_name=column_list.  See \*(L"\s-1COLUMNS\s0\*(R".
+.IP "sort_cols" 4
+.IX Item "sort_cols"
+This section holds the sort definition.  Each line is in the format
+tbl_name=column_list.  If a column is prefixed with '\-', that column sorts
+descending.  See \*(L"\s-1SORTING\s0\*(R".
+.IP "visible_tables" 4
+.IX Item "visible_tables"
+This section defines which tables are visible in each mode.  Each line is in the
+format mode_name=table_list.  See \*(L"\s-1TABLES\s0\*(R".
+.IP "varsets" 4
+.IX Item "varsets"
+This section defines variable sets for use in \*(L"S: Status & Variables\*(R" mode.
+Each line is in the format name=variable_list.  See \*(L"\s-1VARIABLE\s0 \s-1SETS\s0\*(R".
+.IP "colors" 4
+.IX Item "colors"
+This section defines colorization rules.  Each line is in the format
+tbl_name=property_list.  See \*(L"\s-1COLORS\s0\*(R".
+.IP "stmt_sleep_times" 4
+.IX Item "stmt_sleep_times"
+This section contains statement sleep times.  Each line is in the format
+statement_name=sleep_time.  See \*(L"S: Statement Sleep Times\*(R".
+.IP "group_by" 4
+.IX Item "group_by"
+This section contains column lists for table group_by expressions.  Each line is
+in the format tbl_name=column_list.  See \*(L"\s-1GROUPING\s0\*(R".
+.SH "CUSTOMIZING"
+.IX Header "CUSTOMIZING"
+You can customize innotop a great deal.  For example, you can:
+.IP "\(bu" 4
+Choose which tables to display, and in what order.
+.IP "\(bu" 4
+Choose which columns are in those tables, and create new columns.
+.IP "\(bu" 4
+Filter which rows display with built-in filters, user-defined filters, and
+quick\-filters.
+.IP "\(bu" 4
+Sort the rows to put important data first or group together related rows.
+.IP "\(bu" 4
+Highlight rows with color.
+.IP "\(bu" 4
+Customize the alignment, width, and formatting of columns, and apply
+transformations to columns to extract parts of their values or format the values
+as you wish (for example, shortening large numbers to familiar units).
+.IP "\(bu" 4
+Design your own expressions to extract and combine data as you need.  This gives
+you unlimited flexibility.
+.PP
+All these and more are explained in the following sections.
+.Sh "\s-1TABLES\s0"
+.IX Subsection "TABLES"
+A table is what you'd expect: a collection of columns.  It also has some other
+properties, such as a caption.  Filters, sorting rules, and colorization rules
+belong to tables and are covered in later sections.
+.PP
+Internally, table meta-data is defined in a data structure called \f(CW%tbl_meta\fR.
+This hash holds all built-in table definitions, which contain a lot of default
+instructions to innotop.  The meta-data includes the caption, a list of columns
+the user has customized, a list of columns, a list of visible columns, a list of
+filters, color rules, a sort-column list, sort direction, and some information
+about the table's data sources.  Most of this is customizable via the table
+editor (see \*(L"\s-1TABLE\s0 \s-1EDITOR\s0\*(R").
+.PP
+You can choose which tables to show by pressing the '$' key.  See \*(L"\s-1MODES\s0\*(R" and
+\&\*(L"\s-1TABLES\s0\*(R".
+.PP
+The table life-cycle is as follows:
+.IP "\(bu" 4
+Each table begins with a data source, which is an array of hashes.  See below
+for details on data sources.
+.IP "\(bu" 4
+Each element of the data source becomes a row in the final table.
+.IP "\(bu" 4
+For each element in the data source, innotop extracts values from the source and
+creates a row.  This row is another hash, which later steps will refer to as
+\&\f(CW$set\fR.  The values innotop extracts are determined by the table's columns.  Each
+column has an extraction subroutine, compiled from an expression (see
+\&\*(L"\s-1EXPRESSIONS\s0\*(R").  The resulting row is a hash whose keys are named the same as
+the column name.
+.IP "\(bu" 4
+innotop filters the rows, removing those that don't need to be displayed.  See
+\&\*(L"\s-1FILTERS\s0\*(R".
+.IP "\(bu" 4
+innotop sorts the rows.  See \*(L"\s-1SORTING\s0\*(R".
+.IP "\(bu" 4
+innotop groups the rows together, if specified.  See \*(L"\s-1GROUPING\s0\*(R".
+.IP "\(bu" 4
+innotop colorizes the rows.  See \*(L"\s-1COLORS\s0\*(R".
+.IP "\(bu" 4
+innotop transforms the column values in each row.  See \*(L"\s-1TRANSFORMATIONS\s0\*(R".
+.IP "\(bu" 4
+innotop optionally pivots the rows (see \*(L"\s-1PIVOTING\s0\*(R"), then filters and sorts
+them.
+.IP "\(bu" 4
+innotop formats and justifies the rows as a table.  During this step, innotop
+applies further formatting to the column values, including alignment, maximum
+and minimum widths.  innotop also does final error checking to ensure there are
+no crashes due to undefined values.  innotop then adds a caption if specified,
+and the table is ready to print.
+.PP
+The lifecycle is slightly different if the table is pivoted, as noted above.  To
+clarify, if the table is pivoted, the process is extract, group, transform,
+pivot, filter, sort, create.  If it's not pivoted, the process is extract,
+filter, sort, group, color, transform, create.  This slightly convoluted process
+doesn't map all that well to \s-1SQL\s0, but pivoting complicates things pretty
+thoroughly.  Roughly speaking, filtering and sorting happen as late as needed to
+effect the final result as you might expect, but as early as possible for
+efficiency.
+.PP
+Each built-in table is described below:
+.IP "adaptive_hash_index" 4
+.IX Item "adaptive_hash_index"
+Displays data about InnoDB's adaptive hash index.  Data source:
+\&\*(L"\s-1STATUS_VARIABLES\s0\*(R".
+.IP "buffer_pool" 4
+.IX Item "buffer_pool"
+Displays data about InnoDB's buffer pool.  Data source: \*(L"\s-1STATUS_VARIABLES\s0\*(R".
+.IP "cmd_summary" 4
+.IX Item "cmd_summary"
+Displays weighted status variables.  Data source: \*(L"\s-1STATUS_VARIABLES\s0\*(R".
+.IP "deadlock_locks" 4
+.IX Item "deadlock_locks"
+Shows which locks were held and waited for by the last detected deadlock.  Data
+source: \*(L"\s-1DEADLOCK_LOCKS\s0\*(R".
+.IP "deadlock_transactions" 4
+.IX Item "deadlock_transactions"
+Shows transactions involved in the last detected deadlock.  Data source:
+\&\*(L"\s-1DEADLOCK_TRANSACTIONS\s0\*(R".
+.IP "explain" 4
+.IX Item "explain"
+Shows the output of \s-1EXPLAIN\s0.  Data source: \*(L"\s-1EXPLAIN\s0\*(R".
+.IP "file_io_misc" 4
+.IX Item "file_io_misc"
+Displays data about InnoDB's file and I/O operations.  Data source:
+\&\*(L"\s-1STATUS_VARIABLES\s0\*(R".
+.IP "fk_error" 4
+.IX Item "fk_error"
+Displays various data about InnoDB's last foreign key error.  Data source:
+\&\*(L"\s-1STATUS_VARIABLES\s0\*(R".
+.IP "innodb_locks" 4
+.IX Item "innodb_locks"
+Displays InnoDB locks.  Data source: \*(L"\s-1INNODB_LOCKS\s0\*(R".
+.IP "innodb_transactions" 4
+.IX Item "innodb_transactions"
+Displays data about InnoDB's current transactions.  Data source:
+\&\*(L"\s-1INNODB_TRANSACTIONS\s0\*(R".
+.IP "insert_buffers" 4
+.IX Item "insert_buffers"
+Displays data about InnoDB's insert buffer.  Data source: \*(L"\s-1STATUS_VARIABLES\s0\*(R".
+.IP "io_threads" 4
+.IX Item "io_threads"
+Displays data about InnoDB's I/O threads.  Data source: \*(L"\s-1IO_THREADS\s0\*(R".
+.IP "log_statistics" 4
+.IX Item "log_statistics"
+Displays data about InnoDB's logging system.  Data source: \*(L"\s-1STATUS_VARIABLES\s0\*(R".
+.IP "master_status" 4
+.IX Item "master_status"
+Displays replication master status.  Data source: \*(L"\s-1STATUS_VARIABLES\s0\*(R".
+.IP "open_tables" 4
+.IX Item "open_tables"
+Displays open tables.  Data source: \*(L"\s-1OPEN_TABLES\s0\*(R".
+.IP "page_statistics" 4
+.IX Item "page_statistics"
+Displays InnoDB page statistics.  Data source: \*(L"\s-1STATUS_VARIABLES\s0\*(R".
+.IP "pending_io" 4
+.IX Item "pending_io"
+Displays InnoDB pending I/O operations.  Data source: \*(L"\s-1STATUS_VARIABLES\s0\*(R".
+.IP "processlist" 4
+.IX Item "processlist"
+Displays current MySQL processes (threads/connections).  Data source:
+\&\*(L"\s-1PROCESSLIST\s0\*(R".
+.IP "q_header" 4
+.IX Item "q_header"
+Displays various status values.  Data source: \*(L"\s-1STATUS_VARIABLES\s0\*(R".
+.IP "row_operation_misc" 4
+.IX Item "row_operation_misc"
+Displays data about InnoDB's row operations.  Data source:
+\&\*(L"\s-1STATUS_VARIABLES\s0\*(R".
+.IP "row_operations" 4
+.IX Item "row_operations"
+Displays data about InnoDB's row operations.  Data source:
+\&\*(L"\s-1STATUS_VARIABLES\s0\*(R".
+.IP "semaphores" 4
+.IX Item "semaphores"
+Displays data about InnoDB's semaphores and mutexes.  Data source:
+\&\*(L"\s-1STATUS_VARIABLES\s0\*(R".
+.IP "slave_io_status" 4
+.IX Item "slave_io_status"
+Displays data about the slave I/O thread.  Data source: 
+\&\*(L"\s-1STATUS_VARIABLES\s0\*(R".
+.IP "slave_sql_status" 4
+.IX Item "slave_sql_status"
+Displays data about the slave \s-1SQL\s0 thread.  Data source: \*(L"\s-1STATUS_VARIABLES\s0\*(R".
+.IP "t_header" 4
+.IX Item "t_header"
+Displays various InnoDB status values.  Data source: \*(L"\s-1STATUS_VARIABLES\s0\*(R".
+.IP "var_status" 4
+.IX Item "var_status"
+Displays user-configurable data.  Data source: \*(L"\s-1STATUS_VARIABLES\s0\*(R".
+.IP "wait_array" 4
+.IX Item "wait_array"
+Displays data about InnoDB's \s-1OS\s0 wait array.  Data source: \*(L"\s-1OS_WAIT_ARRAY\s0\*(R".
+.Sh "\s-1COLUMNS\s0"
+.IX Subsection "COLUMNS"
+Columns belong to tables.  You can choose a table's columns by pressing the '^'
+key, which starts the \*(L"\s-1TABLE\s0 \s-1EDITOR\s0\*(R" and lets you choose and edit columns.
+Pressing 'e' from within the table editor lets you edit the column's properties:
+.IP "\(bu" 4
+hdr: a column header.  This appears in the first row of the table.
+.IP "\(bu" 4
+just: justification.  '\-' means left-justified and '' means right\-justified,
+just as with printf formatting codes (not a coincidence).
+.IP "\(bu" 4
+dec: whether to further align the column on the decimal point.
+.IP "\(bu" 4
+num: whether the column is numeric.  This affects how values are sorted
+(lexically or numerically).
+.IP "\(bu" 4
+label: a small note about the column, which appears in dialogs that help the
+user choose columns.
+.IP "\(bu" 4
+src: an expression that innotop uses to extract the column's data from its
+source (see \*(L"\s-1DATA\s0 \s-1SOURCES\s0\*(R").  See \*(L"\s-1EXPRESSIONS\s0\*(R" for more on expressions.
+.IP "\(bu" 4
+minw: specifies a minimum display width.  This helps stabilize the display,
+which makes it easier to read if the data is changing frequently.
+.IP "\(bu" 4
+maxw: similar to minw.
+.IP "\(bu" 4
+trans: a list of column transformations.  See \*(L"\s-1TRANSFORMATIONS\s0\*(R".
+.IP "\(bu" 4
+agg: an aggregate function.  See \*(L"\s-1GROUPING\s0\*(R".  The default is \*(L"first\*(R".
+.IP "\(bu" 4
+aggonly: controls whether the column only shows when grouping is enabled on the
+table (see \*(L"\s-1GROUPING\s0\*(R").  By default, this is disabled.  This means columns
+will always be shown by default, whether grouping is enabled or not.  If a
+column's aggonly is set true, the column will appear when you toggle grouping on
+the table.  Several columns are set this way, such as the count column on
+\&\*(L"processlist\*(R" and \*(L"innodb_transactions\*(R", so you don't see a count when the
+grouping isn't enabled, but you do when it is.
+.Sh "\s-1FILTERS\s0"
+.IX Subsection "FILTERS"
+Filters remove rows from the display.  They behave much like a \s-1WHERE\s0 clause in
+\&\s-1SQL\s0.  innotop has several built-in filters, which remove irrelevant information
+like inactive queries, but you can define your own as well.  innotop also lets
+you create quick\-filters, which do not get saved to the configuration file, and
+are just an easy way to quickly view only some rows.
+.PP
+You can enable or disable a filter on any table.  Press the '%' key (mnemonic: %
+looks kind of like a line being filtered between two circles) and choose which
+table you want to filter, if asked.  You'll then see a list of possible filters
+and a list of filters currently enabled for that table.  Type the names of
+filters you want to apply and press Enter.
+.PP
+\fIUSER-DEFINED \s-1FILTERS\s0\fR
+.IX Subsection "USER-DEFINED FILTERS"
+.PP
+If you type a name that doesn't exist, innotop will prompt you to create the
+filter.  Filters are easy to create if you know Perl, and not hard if you don't.
+What you're doing is creating a subroutine that returns true if the row should
+be displayed.  The row is a hash reference passed to your subroutine as \f(CW$set\fR.
+.PP
+For example, imagine you want to filter the processlist table so you only see
+queries that have been running more than five minutes.  Type a new name for your
+filter, and when prompted for the subroutine body, press \s-1TAB\s0 to initiate your
+terminal's auto\-completion.  You'll see the names of the columns in the
+\&\*(L"processlist\*(R" table (innotop generally tries to help you with auto-completion
+lists).  You want to filter on the 'time' column.  Type the text \*(L"$set\->{time} >
+300\*(R" to return true when the query is more than five minutes old.  That's all
+you need to do.
+.PP
+In other words, the code you're typing is surrounded by an implicit context,
+which looks like this:
+.PP
+.Vb 4
+\& sub filter {
+\&    my ( $set ) = @_;
+\&    # YOUR CODE HERE
+\& }
+.Ve
+.PP
+If your filter doesn't work, or if something else suddenly behaves differently,
+you might have made an error in your filter, and innotop is silently catching
+the error.  Try enabling \*(L"debug\*(R" to make innotop throw an error instead.
+.PP
+\fIQUICK-FILTERS\fR
+.IX Subsection "QUICK-FILTERS"
+.PP
+innotop's quick-filters are a shortcut to create a temporary filter that doesn't
+persist when you restart innotop.  To create a quick\-filter, press the '/' key.
+innotop will prompt you for the column name and filter text.  Again, you can use
+auto-completion on column names.  The filter text can be just the text you want
+to \*(L"search for.\*(R"  For example, to filter the \*(L"processlist\*(R" table on queries
+that refer to the products table, type '/' and then 'info product'.
+.PP
+The filter text can actually be any Perl regular expression, but of course a
+literal string like 'product' works fine as a regular expression.
+.PP
+Behind the scenes innotop compiles the quick-filter into a specially tagged
+filter that is otherwise like any other filter.  It just isn't saved to the
+configuration file.
+.PP
+To clear quick\-filters, press the '\e' key and innotop will clear them all at
+once.
+.Sh "\s-1SORTING\s0"
+.IX Subsection "SORTING"
+innotop has sensible built-in defaults to sort the most important rows to the
+top of the table.  Like anything else in innotop, you can customize how any
+table is sorted.
+.PP
+To start the sort dialog, start the \*(L"\s-1TABLE\s0 \s-1EDITOR\s0\*(R" with the '^' key, choose a
+table if necessary, and press the 's' key.  You'll see a list of columns you can
+use in the sort expression and the current sort expression, if any.  Enter a
+list of columns by which you want to sort and press Enter.  If you want to
+reverse sort, prefix the column name with a minus sign.  For example, if you
+want to sort by column a ascending, then column b descending, type 'a \-b'.  You
+can also explicitly add a + in front of columns you want to sort ascending, but
+it's not required.
+.PP
+Some modes have keys mapped to open this dialog directly, and to quickly reverse
+sort direction.  Press '?' as usual to see which keys are mapped in any mode.
+.Sh "\s-1GROUPING\s0"
+.IX Subsection "GROUPING"
+innotop can group, or aggregate, rows together (I use the terms
+interchangeably).  This is quite similar to an \s-1SQL\s0 \s-1GROUP\s0 \s-1BY\s0 clause.  You can
+specify to group on certain columns, or if you don't specify any, the entire set
+of rows is treated as one group.  This is quite like \s-1SQL\s0 so far, but unlike \s-1SQL\s0,
+you can also select un-grouped columns.  innotop actually aggregates every
+column.  If you don't explicitly specify a grouping function, the default is
+\&'first'.  This is basically a convenience so you don't have to specify an
+aggregate function for every column you want in the result.
+.PP
+You can quickly toggle grouping on a table with the '=' key, which toggles its
+aggregate property.  This property doesn't persist to the config file.
+.PP
+The columns by which the table is grouped are specified in its group_by
+property.  When you turn grouping on, innotop places the group_by columns at the
+far left of the table, even if they're not supposed to be visible.  The rest of
+the visible columns appear in order after them.
+.PP
+Two tables have default group_by lists and a count column built in:
+\&\*(L"processlist\*(R" and \*(L"innodb_transactions\*(R".  The grouping is by connection
+and status, so you can quickly see how many queries or transactions are in a
+given status on each server you're monitoring.  The time columns are aggregated
+as a sum; other columns are left at the default 'first' aggregation.
+.PP
+By default, the table shown in \*(L"S: Variables & Status\*(R" mode also uses
+grouping so you can monitor variables and status across many servers.  The
+default aggregation function in this mode is 'avg'.
+.PP
+Valid grouping functions are defined in the \f(CW%agg_funcs\fR hash.  They include
+.IP "first" 4
+.IX Item "first"
+Returns the first element in the group.
+.IP "count" 4
+.IX Item "count"
+Returns the number of elements in the group, including undefined elements, much
+like \s-1SQL\s0's \s-1COUNT\s0(*).
+.IP "avg" 4
+.IX Item "avg"
+Returns the average of defined elements in the group.
+.IP "sum" 4
+.IX Item "sum"
+Returns the sum of elements in the group.
+.PP
+Here's an example of grouping at work.  Suppose you have a very busy server with
+hundreds of open connections, and you want to see how many connections are in
+what status.  Using the built-in grouping rules, you can press 'Q' to enter
+\&\*(L"Q: Query List\*(R" mode.  Press '=' to toggle grouping (if necessary, select the
+\&\*(L"processlist\*(R" table when prompted).
+.PP
+Your display might now look like the following:
+.PP
+.Vb 1
+\& Query List (? for help) localhost, 32:33, 0.11 QPS, 1 thd, 5.0.38\-log
+.Ve
+.PP
+.Vb 5
+\& CXN        Cmd        Cnt  ID      User   Host           Time   Query       
+\& localhost  Query      49    12933  webusr localhost      19:38  SELECT * FROM
+\& localhost  Sending Da 23     2383  webusr localhost      12:43  SELECT col1,
+\& localhost  Sleep      120     140  webusr localhost    5:18:12
+\& localhost  Statistics 12    19213  webusr localhost      01:19  SELECT * FROM
+.Ve
+.PP
+That's actually quite a worrisome picture.  You've got a lot of idle connections
+(Sleep), and some connections executing queries (Query and Sending Data).
+That's okay, but you also have a lot in Statistics status, collectively spending
+over a minute.  That means the query optimizer is having a really hard time
+optimizing your statements.  Something is wrong; it should normally take
+milliseconds to optimize queries.  You might not have seen this pattern if you
+didn't look at your connections in aggregate.  (This is a made-up example, but
+it can happen in real life).
+.Sh "\s-1PIVOTING\s0"
+.IX Subsection "PIVOTING"
+innotop can pivot a table for more compact display, similar to a Pivot Table in
+a spreadsheet (also known as a crosstab).  Pivoting a table makes columns into
+rows.  Assume you start with this table:
+.PP
+.Vb 4
+\& foo bar
+\& === ===
+\& 1   3
+\& 2   4
+.Ve
+.PP
+After pivoting, the table will look like this:
+.PP
+.Vb 4
+\& name set0 set1
+\& ==== ==== ====
+\& foo  1    2
+\& bar  3    4
+.Ve
+.PP
+To get reasonable results, you might need to group as well as pivoting.
+innotop currently does this for \*(L"S: Variables & Status\*(R" mode.
+.Sh "\s-1COLORS\s0"
+.IX Subsection "COLORS"
+By default, innotop highlights rows with color so you can see at a glance which
+rows are more important.  You can customize the colorization rules and add your
+own to any table.  Open the table editor with the '^' key, choose a table if
+needed, and press 'o' to open the color editor dialog.
+.PP
+The color editor dialog displays the rules applied to the table, in the order
+they are evaluated.  Each row is evaluated against each rule to see if the rule
+matches the row; if it does, the row gets the specified color, and no further
+rules are evaluated.  The rules look like the following:
+.PP
+.Vb 9
+\& state  eq  Locked       black on_red
+\& cmd    eq  Sleep        white       
+\& user   eq  system user  white       
+\& cmd    eq  Connect      white       
+\& cmd    eq  Binlog Dump  white       
+\& time   >   600          red         
+\& time   >   120          yellow      
+\& time   >   60           green       
+\& time   >   30           cyan
+.Ve
+.PP
+This is the default rule set for the \*(L"processlist\*(R" table.  In order of
+priority, these rules make locked queries black on a red background, \*(L"gray out\*(R"
+connections from replication and sleeping queries, and make queries turn from
+cyan to red as they run longer.
+.PP
+(For some reason, the \s-1ANSI\s0 color code \*(L"white\*(R" is actually a light gray.  Your
+terminal's display may vary; experiment to find colors you like).
+.PP
+You can use keystrokes to move the rules up and down, which re-orders their
+priority.  You can also delete rules and add new ones.  If you add a new rule,
+innotop prompts you for the column, an operator for the comparison, a value
+against which to compare the column, and a color to assign if the rule matches.
+There is auto-completion and prompting at each step.
+.PP
+The value in the third step needs to be correctly quoted.  innotop does not try
+to quote the value because it doesn't know whether it should treat the value as
+a string or a number.  If you want to compare the column against a string, as
+for example in the first rule above, you should enter 'Locked' surrounded by
+quotes.  If you get an error message about a bareword, you probably should have
+quoted something.
+.Sh "\s-1EXPRESSIONS\s0"
+.IX Subsection "EXPRESSIONS"
+Expressions are at the core of how innotop works, and are what enables you to
+extend innotop as you wish.  Recall the table lifecycle explained in
+\&\*(L"\s-1TABLES\s0\*(R".  Expressions are used in the earliest step, where it extracts
+values from a data source to form rows.
+.PP
+It does this by calling a subroutine for each column, passing it the source data
+set, a set of current values, and a set of previous values.  These are all
+needed so the subroutine can calculate things like the difference between this
+tick and the previous tick.
+.PP
+The subroutines that extract the data from the set are compiled from
+expressions.  This gives significantly more power than just naming the values to
+fill the columns, because it allows the column's value to be calculated from
+whatever data is necessary, but avoids the need to write complicated and lengthy
+Perl code.
+.PP
+innotop begins with a string of text that can look as simple as a value's name
+or as complicated as a full-fledged Perl expression.  It looks at each
+\&'bareword' token in the string and decides whether it's supposed to be a key
+into the \f(CW$set\fR hash.  A bareword is an unquoted value that isn't already
+surrounded by code-ish things like dollar signs or curly brackets.  If innotop
+decides that the bareword isn't a function or other valid Perl code, it converts
+it into a hash access.  After the whole string is processed, innotop compiles a
+subroutine, like this:
+.PP
+.Vb 5
+\& sub compute_column_value {
+\&    my ( $set, $cur, $pre ) = @_;
+\&    my $val = # EXPANDED STRING GOES HERE
+\&    return $val;
+\& }
+.Ve
+.PP
+Here's a concrete example, taken from the header table \*(L"q_header\*(R" in \*(L"Q: Query List\*(R" mode.  This expression calculates the qps, or Queries Per Second,
+column's values, from the values returned by \s-1SHOW\s0 \s-1STATUS:\s0
+.PP
+.Vb 1
+\& Questions/Uptime_hires
+.Ve
+.PP
+innotop decides both words are barewords, and transforms this expression into
+the following Perl code:
+.PP
+.Vb 1
+\& $set\->{Questions}/$set\->{Uptime_hires}
+.Ve
+.PP
+When surrounded by the rest of the subroutine's code, this is executable Perl
+that calculates a high-resolution queries-per-second value.
+.PP
+The arguments to the subroutine are named \f(CW$set\fR, \f(CW$cur\fR, and \f(CW$pre\fR.  In most cases,
+\&\f(CW$set\fR and \f(CW$cur\fR will be the same values.  However, if \*(L"status_inc\*(R" is set, \f(CW$cur\fR
+will not be the same as \f(CW$set\fR, because \f(CW$set\fR will already contain values that are
+the incremental difference between \f(CW$cur\fR and \f(CW$pre\fR.
+.PP
+Every column in innotop is computed by subroutines compiled in the same fashion.
+There is no difference between innotop's built-in columns and user-defined
+columns.  This keeps things consistent and predictable.
+.Sh "\s-1TRANSFORMATIONS\s0"
+.IX Subsection "TRANSFORMATIONS"
+Transformations change how a value is rendered.  For example, they can take a
+number of seconds and display it in H:M:S format.  The following transformations
+are defined:
+.IP "commify" 4
+.IX Item "commify"
+Adds commas to large numbers every three decimal places.
+.IP "dulint_to_int" 4
+.IX Item "dulint_to_int"
+Accepts two unsigned integers and converts them into a single longlong.  This is
+useful for certain operations with InnoDB, which uses two integers as
+transaction identifiers, for example.
+.IP "no_ctrl_char" 4
+.IX Item "no_ctrl_char"
+Removes quoted control characters from the value.  This is affected by the
+\&\*(L"charset\*(R" configuration variable.
+.Sp
+This transformation only operates within quoted strings, for example, values to
+a \s-1SET\s0 clause in an \s-1UPDATE\s0 statement.  It will not alter the \s-1UPDATE\s0 statement,
+but will collapse the quoted string to [\s-1BINARY\s0] or [\s-1TEXT\s0], depending on the
+charset.
+.IP "percent" 4
+.IX Item "percent"
+Converts a number to a percentage by multiplying it by two, formatting it with
+\&\*(L"num_digits\*(R" digits after the decimal point, and optionally adding a percent
+sign (see \*(L"show_percent\*(R").
+.IP "secs_to_time" 4
+.IX Item "secs_to_time"
+Formats a number of seconds as time in days+hours:minutes:seconds format.
+.IP "set_precision" 4
+.IX Item "set_precision"
+Formats numbers with \*(L"num_digits\*(R" number of digits after the decimal point.
+.IP "shorten" 4
+.IX Item "shorten"
+Formats a number as a unit of 1024 (k/M/G/T) and with \*(L"num_digits\*(R" number of
+digits after the decimal point.
+.Sh "\s-1TABLE\s0 \s-1EDITOR\s0"
+.IX Subsection "TABLE EDITOR"
+The innotop table editor lets you customize tables with keystrokes.  You start
+the table editor with the '^' key.  If there's more than one table on the
+screen, it will prompt you to choose one of them.  Once you do, innotop will
+show you something like this:
+.PP
+.Vb 1
+\& Editing table definition for Buffer Pool.  Press ? for help, q to quit.
+.Ve
+.PP
+.Vb 9
+\& name               hdr          label                  src          
+\& cxn                CXN          Connection from which  cxn          
+\& buf_pool_size      Size         Buffer pool size       IB_bp_buf_poo
+\& buf_free           Free Bufs    Buffers free in the b  IB_bp_buf_fre
+\& pages_total        Pages        Pages total            IB_bp_pages_t
+\& pages_modified     Dirty Pages  Pages modified (dirty  IB_bp_pages_m
+\& buf_pool_hit_rate  Hit Rate     Buffer pool hit rate   IB_bp_buf_poo
+\& total_mem_alloc    Memory       Total memory allocate  IB_bp_total_m
+\& add_pool_alloc     Add\(aql Pool   Additonal pool alloca  IB_bp_add_poo
+.Ve
+.PP
+The first line shows which table you're editing, and reminds you again to press
+\&'?' for a list of key mappings.  The rest is a tabular representation of the
+table's columns, because that's likely what you're trying to edit.  However, you
+can edit more than just the table's columns; this screen can start the filter
+editor, color rule editor, and more.
+.PP
+Each row in the display shows a single column in the table you're editing, along
+with a couple of its properties such as its header and source expression (see
+\&\*(L"\s-1EXPRESSIONS\s0\*(R").
+.PP
+The key mappings are Vim\-style, as in many other places.  Pressing 'j' and 'k'
+moves the highlight up or down.  You can then (d)elete or (e)dit the highlighted
+column.  You can also (a)dd a column to the table.  This actually just activates
+one of the columns already defined for the table; it prompts you to choose from
+among the columns available but not currently displayed.  Finally, you can
+re-order the columns with the '+' and '\-' keys.
+.PP
+You can do more than just edit the columns with the table editor, you can also
+edit other properties, such as the table's sort expression and group-by
+expression.  Press '?' to see the full list, of course.
+.PP
+If you want to really customize and create your own column, as opposed to just
+activating a built-in one that's not currently displayed, press the (n)ew key,
+and innotop will prompt you for the information it needs:
+.IP "\(bu" 4
+The column name: this needs to be a word without any funny characters, e.g. just
+letters, numbers and underscores.
+.IP "\(bu" 4
+The column header: this is the label that appears at the top of the column, in
+the table header.  This can have spaces and funny characters, but be careful not
+to make it too wide and waste space on\-screen.
+.IP "\(bu" 4
+The column's data source: this is an expression that determines what data from
+the source (see \*(L"\s-1TABLES\s0\*(R") innotop will put into the column.  This can just be
+the name of an item in the source, or it can be a more complex expression, as
+described in \*(L"\s-1EXPRESSIONS\s0\*(R".
+.PP
+Once you've entered the required data, your table has a new column.  There is no
+difference between this column and the built-in ones; it can have all the same
+properties and behaviors.  innotop will write the column's definition to the
+configuration file, so it will persist across sessions.
+.PP
+Here's an example: suppose you want to track how many times your slaves have
+retried transactions.  According to the MySQL manual, the
+Slave_retried_transactions status variable gives you that data: \*(L"The total
+number of times since startup that the replication slave \s-1SQL\s0 thread has retried
+transactions. This variable was added in version 5.0.4.\*(R"  This is appropriate to
+add to the \*(L"slave_sql_status\*(R" table.
+.PP
+To add the column, switch to the replication-monitoring mode with the 'M' key,
+and press the '^' key to start the table editor.  When prompted, choose
+slave_sql_status as the table, then press 'n' to create the column.  Type
+\&'retries' as the column name, 'Retries' as the column header, and
+\&'Slave_retried_transactions' as the source.  Now the column is created, and you
+see the table editor screen again.  Press 'q' to exit the table editor, and
+you'll see your column at the end of the table.
+.SH "VARIABLE SETS"
+.IX Header "VARIABLE SETS"
+Variable sets are used in \*(L"S: Variables & Status\*(R" mode to define more easily
+what variables you want to monitor.  Behind the scenes they are compiled to a
+list of expressions, and then into a column list so they can be treated just
+like columns in any other table, in terms of data extraction and
+transformations.  However, you're protected from the tedious details by a syntax
+that ought to feel very natural to you: a \s-1SQL\s0 \s-1SELECT\s0 list.
+.PP
+The data source for variable sets, and indeed the entire S mode, is the
+combination of \s-1SHOW\s0 \s-1STATUS\s0, \s-1SHOW\s0 \s-1VARIABLES\s0, and \s-1SHOW\s0 \s-1INNODB\s0 \s-1STATUS\s0.  Imagine
+that you had a huge table with one column per variable returned from those
+statements.  That's the data source for variable sets.  You can now query this
+data source just like you'd expect.  For example:
+.PP
+.Vb 1
+\& Questions, Uptime, Questions/Uptime as QPS
+.Ve
+.PP
+Behind the scenes innotop will split that variable set into three expressions,
+compile them and turn them into a table definition, then extract as usual.  This
+becomes a \*(L"variable set,\*(R" or a \*(L"list of variables you want to monitor.\*(R"
+.PP
+innotop lets you name and save your variable sets, and writes them to the
+configuration file.  You can choose which variable set you want to see with the
+\&'c' key, or activate the next and previous sets with the '>' and '<' keys.
+There are many built-in variable sets as well, which should give you a good
+start for creating your own.  Press 'e' to edit the current variable set, or
+just to see how it's defined.  To create a new one, just press 'c' and type its
+name.
+.PP
+You may want to use some of the functions listed in \*(L"\s-1TRANSFORMATIONS\s0\*(R" to help
+format the results.  In particular, \*(L"set_precision\*(R" is often useful to limit
+the number of digits you see.  Extending the above example, here's how:
+.PP
+.Vb 1
+\& Questions, Uptime, set_precision(Questions/Uptime) as QPS
+.Ve
+.PP
+Actually, this still needs a little more work.  If your \*(L"interval\*(R" is less
+than one second, you might be dividing by zero because Uptime is incremental in
+this mode by default.  Instead, use Uptime_hires:
+.PP
+.Vb 1
+\& Questions, Uptime, set_precision(Questions/Uptime_hires) as QPS
+.Ve
+.PP
+This example is simple, but it shows how easy it is to choose which variables
+you want to monitor.
+.SH "PLUGINS"
+.IX Header "PLUGINS"
+innotop has a simple but powerful plugin mechanism by which you can extend
+or modify its existing functionality, and add new functionality.  innotop's
+plugin functionality is event\-based: plugins register themselves to be called
+when events happen.  They then have a chance to influence the event.
+.PP
+An innotop plugin is a Perl module placed in innotop's \*(L"plugin_dir\*(R"
+directory.  On \s-1UNIX\s0 systems, you can place a symbolic link to the module instead
+of putting the actual file there.  innotop automatically discovers the file.  If
+there is a corresponding entry in the \*(L"plugins\*(R" configuration file section,
+innotop loads and activates the plugin.
+.PP
+The module must conform to innotop's plugin interface.  Additionally, the source
+code of the module must be written in such a way that innotop can inspect the
+file and determine the package name and description.
+.Sh "Package Source Convention"
+.IX Subsection "Package Source Convention"
+innotop inspects the plugin module's source to determine the Perl package name.
+It looks for a line of the form \*(L"package Foo;\*(R" and if found, considers the
+plugin's package name to be Foo.  Of course the package name can be a valid Perl
+package name, with double semicolons and so on.
+.PP
+It also looks for a description in the source code, to make the plugin editor
+more human\-friendly.  The description is a comment line of the form \*(L"#
+description: Foo\*(R", where \*(L"Foo\*(R" is the text innotop will consider to be the
+plugin's description.
+.Sh "Plugin Interface"
+.IX Subsection "Plugin Interface"
+The innotop plugin interface is quite simple: innotop expects the plugin to be
+an object-oriented module it can call certain methods on.  The methods are
+.IP "new(%variables)" 4
+.IX Item "new(%variables)"
+This is the plugin's constructor.  It is passed a hash of innotop's variables,
+which it can manipulate (see \*(L"Plugin Variables\*(R").  It must return a reference
+to the newly created plugin object.
+.Sp
+At construction time, innotop has only loaded the general configuration and
+created the default built-in variables with their default contents (which is
+quite a lot).  Therefore, the state of the program is exactly as in the innotop
+source code, plus the configuration variables from the \*(L"general\*(R" section in
+the config file.
+.Sp
+If your plugin manipulates the variables, it is changing global data, which is
+shared by innotop and all plugins.  Plugins are loaded in the order they're
+listed in the config file.  Your plugin may load before or after another plugin,
+so there is a potential for conflict or interaction between plugins if they
+modify data other plugins use or modify.
+.IP "\fIregister_for_events()\fR" 4
+.IX Item "register_for_events()"
+This method must return a list of events in which the plugin is interested, if
+any.  See \*(L"Plugin Events\*(R" for the defined events.  If the plugin returns an
+event that's not defined, the event is ignored.
+.IP "event handlers" 4
+.IX Item "event handlers"
+The plugin must implement a method named the same as each event for which it has
+registered.  In other words, if the plugin returns qw(foo bar) from
+\&\fIregister_for_events()\fR, it must have \fIfoo()\fR and \fIbar()\fR methods.  These methods are
+callbacks for the events.  See \*(L"Plugin Events\*(R" for more details about each
+event.
+.Sh "Plugin Variables"
+.IX Subsection "Plugin Variables"
+The plugin's constructor is passed a hash of innotop's variables, which it can
+manipulate.  It is probably a good idea if the plugin object saves a copy of it
+for later use.  The variables are defined in the innotop variable
+\&\f(CW%pluggable_vars\fR, and are as follows:
+.IP "action_for" 4
+.IX Item "action_for"
+A hashref of key mappings.  These are innotop's global hot\-keys.
+.IP "agg_funcs" 4
+.IX Item "agg_funcs"
+A hashref of functions that can be used for grouping.  See \*(L"\s-1GROUPING\s0\*(R".
+.IP "config" 4
+.IX Item "config"
+The global configuration hash.
+.IP "connections" 4
+.IX Item "connections"
+A hashref of connection specifications.  These are just specifications of how to
+connect to a server.
+.IP "dbhs" 4
+.IX Item "dbhs"
+A hashref of innotop's database connections.  These are actual \s-1DBI\s0 connection
+objects.
+.IP "filters" 4
+.IX Item "filters"
+A hashref of filters applied to table rows.  See \*(L"\s-1FILTERS\s0\*(R" for more.
+.IP "modes" 4
+.IX Item "modes"
+A hashref of modes.  See \*(L"\s-1MODES\s0\*(R" for more.
+.IP "server_groups" 4
+.IX Item "server_groups"
+A hashref of server groups.  See \*(L"\s-1SERVER\s0 \s-1GROUPS\s0\*(R".
+.IP "tbl_meta" 4
+.IX Item "tbl_meta"
+A hashref of innotop's table meta\-data, with one entry per table (see
+\&\*(L"\s-1TABLES\s0\*(R" for more information).
+.IP "trans_funcs" 4
+.IX Item "trans_funcs"
+A hashref of transformation functions.  See \*(L"\s-1TRANSFORMATIONS\s0\*(R".
+.IP "var_sets" 4
+.IX Item "var_sets"
+A hashref of variable sets.  See \*(L"\s-1VARIABLE\s0 \s-1SETS\s0\*(R".
+.Sh "Plugin Events"
+.IX Subsection "Plugin Events"
+Each event is defined somewhere in the innotop source code.  When innotop runs
+that code, it executes the callback function for each plugin that expressed its
+interest in the event.  innotop passes some data for each event.  The events are
+defined in the \f(CW%event_listener_for\fR variable, and are as follows:
+.ie n .IP "extract_values($set, $cur\fR, \f(CW$pre\fR, \f(CW$tbl)" 4
+.el .IP "extract_values($set, \f(CW$cur\fR, \f(CW$pre\fR, \f(CW$tbl\fR)" 4
+.IX Item "extract_values($set, $cur, $pre, $tbl)"
+This event occurs inside the function that extracts values from a data source.
+The arguments are the set of values, the current values, the previous values,
+and the table name.
+.IP "set_to_tbl" 4
+.IX Item "set_to_tbl"
+Events are defined at many places in this subroutine, which is responsible for
+turning an arrayref of hashrefs into an arrayref of lines that can be printed to
+the screen.  The events all pass the same data: an arrayref of rows and the name
+of the table being created.  The events are set_to_tbl_pre_filter,
+set_to_tbl_pre_sort,set_to_tbl_pre_group, set_to_tbl_pre_colorize,
+set_to_tbl_pre_transform, set_to_tbl_pre_pivot, set_to_tbl_pre_create,
+set_to_tbl_post_create.
+.IP "draw_screen($lines)" 4
+.IX Item "draw_screen($lines)"
+This event occurs inside the subroutine that prints the lines to the screen.
+\&\f(CW$lines\fR is an arrayref of strings.
+.Sh "Simple Plugin Example"
+.IX Subsection "Simple Plugin Example"
+The easiest way to explain the plugin functionality is probably with a simple
+example.  The following module adds a column to the beginning of every table and
+sets its value to 1.
+.PP
+.Vb 2
+\& use strict;
+\& use warnings FATAL => \(aqall\(aq;
+.Ve
+.PP
+.Vb 2
+\& package Innotop::Plugin::Example;
+\& # description: Adds an \(aqexample\(aq column to every table
+.Ve
+.PP
+.Vb 4
+\& sub new {
+\&    my ( $class, %vars ) = @_;
+\&    # Store reference to innotop\(aqs variables in $self
+\&    my $self = bless { %vars }, $class;
+.Ve
+.PP
+.Vb 11
+\&    # Design the example column
+\&    my $col = {
+\&       hdr   => \(aqExample\(aq,
+\&       just  => \(aq\(aq,
+\&       dec   => 0,
+\&       num   => 1,
+\&       label => \(aqExample\(aq,
+\&       src   => \(aqexample\(aq, # Get data from this column in the data source
+\&       tbl   => \(aq\(aq,
+\&       trans => [],
+\&    };
+.Ve
+.PP
+.Vb 8
+\&    # Add the column to every table.
+\&    my $tbl_meta = $vars{tbl_meta};
+\&    foreach my $tbl ( values %$tbl_meta ) {
+\&       # Add the column to the list of defined columns
+\&       $tbl\->{cols}\->{example} = $col;
+\&       # Add the column to the list of visible columns
+\&       unshift @{$tbl\->{visible}}, \(aqexample\(aq;
+\&    }
+.Ve
+.PP
+.Vb 3
+\&    # Be sure to return a reference to the object.
+\&    return $self;
+\& }
+.Ve
+.PP
+.Vb 5
+\& # I\(aqd like to be called when a data set is being rendered into a table, please.
+\& sub register_for_events {
+\&    my ( $self ) = @_;
+\&    return qw(set_to_tbl_pre_filter);
+\& }
+.Ve
+.PP
+.Vb 8
+\& # This method will be called when the event fires.
+\& sub set_to_tbl_pre_filter {
+\&    my ( $self, $rows, $tbl ) = @_;
+\&    # Set the example column\(aqs data source to the value 1.
+\&    foreach my $row ( @$rows ) {
+\&       $row\->{example} = 1;
+\&    }
+\& }
+.Ve
+.PP
+.Vb 1
+\& 1;
+.Ve
+.Sh "Plugin Editor"
+.IX Subsection "Plugin Editor"
+The plugin editor lets you view the plugins innotop discovered and activate or
+deactivate them.  Start the editor by pressing $ to start the configuration
+editor from any mode.  Press the 'p' key to start the plugin editor.  You'll see
+a list of plugins innotop discovered.  You can use the 'j' and 'k' keys to move
+the highlight to the desired one, then press the * key to toggle it active or
+inactive.  Exit the editor and restart innotop for the changes to take effect.
+.SH "SQL STATEMENTS"
+.IX Header "SQL STATEMENTS"
+innotop uses a limited set of \s-1SQL\s0 statements to retrieve data from MySQL for
+display.  The statements are customized depending on the server version against
+which they are executed; for example, on MySQL 5 and newer, \s-1INNODB_STATUS\s0
+executes \*(L"\s-1SHOW\s0 \s-1ENGINE\s0 \s-1INNODB\s0 \s-1STATUS\s0\*(R", while on earlier versions it executes
+\&\*(L"\s-1SHOW\s0 \s-1INNODB\s0 \s-1STATUS\s0\*(R".  The statements are as follows:
+.PP
+.Vb 12
+\& Statement           SQL executed
+\& =================== ===============================
+\& INNODB_STATUS       SHOW [ENGINE] INNODB STATUS
+\& KILL_CONNECTION     KILL
+\& KILL_QUERY          KILL QUERY
+\& OPEN_TABLES         SHOW OPEN TABLES
+\& PROCESSLIST         SHOW FULL PROCESSLIST
+\& SHOW_MASTER_LOGS    SHOW MASTER LOGS
+\& SHOW_MASTER_STATUS  SHOW MASTER STATUS
+\& SHOW_SLAVE_STATUS   SHOW SLAVE STATUS
+\& SHOW_STATUS         SHOW [GLOBAL] STATUS
+\& SHOW_VARIABLES      SHOW [GLOBAL] VARIABLES
+.Ve
+.SH "DATA SOURCES"
+.IX Header "DATA SOURCES"
+Each time innotop extracts values to create a table (see \*(L"\s-1EXPRESSIONS\s0\*(R" and
+\&\*(L"\s-1TABLES\s0\*(R"), it does so from a particular data source.  Largely because of the
+complex data extracted from \s-1SHOW\s0 \s-1INNODB\s0 \s-1STATUS\s0, this is slightly messy.  \s-1SHOW\s0
+\&\s-1INNODB\s0 \s-1STATUS\s0 contains a mixture of single values and repeated values that form
+nested data sets.
+.PP
+Whenever innotop fetches data from MySQL, it adds two extra bits to each set:
+cxn and Uptime_hires.  cxn is the name of the connection from which the data
+came.  Uptime_hires is a high-resolution version of the server's Uptime status
+variable, which is important if your \*(L"interval\*(R" setting is sub\-second.
+.PP
+Here are the kinds of data sources from which data is extracted:
+.IP "\s-1STATUS_VARIABLES\s0" 4
+.IX Item "STATUS_VARIABLES"
+This is the broadest category, into which the most kinds of data fall.  It
+begins with the combination of \s-1SHOW\s0 \s-1STATUS\s0 and \s-1SHOW\s0 \s-1VARIABLES\s0, but other sources
+may be included as needed, for example, \s-1SHOW\s0 \s-1MASTER\s0 \s-1STATUS\s0 and \s-1SHOW\s0 \s-1SLAVE\s0
+\&\s-1STATUS\s0, as well as many of the non-repeated values from \s-1SHOW\s0 \s-1INNODB\s0 \s-1STATUS\s0.
+.IP "\s-1DEADLOCK_LOCKS\s0" 4
+.IX Item "DEADLOCK_LOCKS"
+This data is extracted from the transaction list in the \s-1LATEST\s0 \s-1DETECTED\s0 \s-1DEADLOCK\s0
+section of \s-1SHOW\s0 \s-1INNODB\s0 \s-1STATUS\s0.  It is nested two levels deep: transactions, then
+locks.
+.IP "\s-1DEADLOCK_TRANSACTIONS\s0" 4
+.IX Item "DEADLOCK_TRANSACTIONS"
+This data is from the transaction list in the \s-1LATEST\s0 \s-1DETECTED\s0 \s-1DEADLOCK\s0
+section of \s-1SHOW\s0 \s-1INNODB\s0 \s-1STATUS\s0.  It is nested one level deep.
+.IP "\s-1EXPLAIN\s0" 4
+.IX Item "EXPLAIN"
+This data is from the result set returned by \s-1EXPLAIN\s0.
+.IP "\s-1INNODB_TRANSACTIONS\s0" 4
+.IX Item "INNODB_TRANSACTIONS"
+This data is from the \s-1TRANSACTIONS\s0 section of \s-1SHOW\s0 \s-1INNODB\s0 \s-1STATUS\s0.
+.IP "\s-1IO_THREADS\s0" 4
+.IX Item "IO_THREADS"
+This data is from the list of threads in the the \s-1FILE\s0 I/O section of \s-1SHOW\s0 \s-1INNODB\s0
+\&\s-1STATUS\s0.
+.IP "\s-1INNODB_LOCKS\s0" 4
+.IX Item "INNODB_LOCKS"
+This data is from the \s-1TRANSACTIONS\s0 section of \s-1SHOW\s0 \s-1INNODB\s0 \s-1STATUS\s0 and is nested
+two levels deep.
+.IP "\s-1OPEN_TABLES\s0" 4
+.IX Item "OPEN_TABLES"
+This data is from \s-1SHOW\s0 \s-1OPEN\s0 \s-1TABLES\s0.
+.IP "\s-1PROCESSLIST\s0" 4
+.IX Item "PROCESSLIST"
+This data is from \s-1SHOW\s0 \s-1FULL\s0 \s-1PROCESSLIST\s0.
+.IP "\s-1OS_WAIT_ARRAY\s0" 4
+.IX Item "OS_WAIT_ARRAY"
+This data is from the \s-1SEMAPHORES\s0 section of \s-1SHOW\s0 \s-1INNODB\s0 \s-1STATUS\s0 and is nested one
+level deep.  It comes from the lines that look like this:
+.Sp
+.Vb 1
+\& \-\-Thread 1568861104 has waited at btr0cur.c line 424 ....
+.Ve
+.SH "MYSQL PRIVILEGES"
+.IX Header "MYSQL PRIVILEGES"
+.IP "\(bu" 4
+You must connect to MySQL as a user who has the \s-1SUPER\s0 privilege for many of the
+functions.
+.IP "\(bu" 4
+If you don't have the \s-1SUPER\s0 privilege, you can still run some functions, but you
+won't necessarily see all the same data.
+.IP "\(bu" 4
+You need the \s-1PROCESS\s0 privilege to see the list of currently running queries in Q
+mode.
+.IP "\(bu" 4
+You need special privileges to start and stop slave servers.
+.IP "\(bu" 4
+You need appropriate privileges to create and drop the deadlock tables if needed
+(see \*(L"\s-1SERVER\s0 \s-1CONNECTIONS\s0\*(R").
+.SH "SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS"
+.IX Header "SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS"
+You need Perl to run innotop, of course.  You also need a few Perl modules: \s-1DBI\s0,
+DBD::mysql,  Term::ReadKey, and Time::HiRes.  These should be included with most
+Perl distributions, but in case they are not, I recommend using versions
+distributed with your operating system or Perl distribution, not from \s-1CPAN\s0.
+Term::ReadKey in particular has been known to cause problems if installed from
+\&\s-1CPAN\s0.
+.PP
+If you have Term::ANSIColor, innotop will use it to format headers more readably
+and compactly.  (Under Microsoft Windows, you also need Win32::Console::ANSI for
+terminal formatting codes to be honored).  If you install Term::ReadLine,
+preferably Term::ReadLine::Gnu, you'll get nice auto-completion support.
+.PP
+I run innotop on Gentoo GNU/Linux, Debian and Ubuntu, and I've had feedback from
+people successfully running it on Red Hat, CentOS, Solaris, and Mac \s-1OSX\s0.  I
+don't see any reason why it won't work on other UNIX-ish operating systems, but
+I don't know for sure.  It also runs on Windows under ActivePerl without
+problem.
+.PP
+I use innotop on MySQL versions 3.23.58, 4.0.27, 4.1.0, 4.1.22, 5.0.26, 5.1.15,
+and 5.2.3.  If it doesn't run correctly for you, that is a bug and I hope you
+report it.
+.SH "FILES"
+.IX Header "FILES"
+$HOMEDIR/.innotop is used to store configuration information.  Files include the
+configuration file innotop.ini, the core_dump file which contains verbose error
+messages if \*(L"debug\*(R" is enabled, and the plugins/ subdirectory.
+.SH "GLOSSARY OF TERMS"
+.IX Header "GLOSSARY OF TERMS"
+.IP "tick" 4
+.IX Item "tick"
+A tick is a refresh event, when innotop re-fetches data from connections and
+displays it.
+.SH "ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS"
+.IX Header "ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS"
+I'm grateful to the following people for various reasons, and hope I haven't
+forgotten to include anyone:
+.PP
+Allen K. Smith,
+Aurimas Mikalauskas,
+Bartosz Fenski,
+Brian Miezejewski,
+Christian Hammers, 
+Cyril Scetbon,
+Dane Miller,
+David Multer,
+Dr. Frank Ullrich,
+Giuseppe Maxia,
+Google.com Site Reliability Engineers,
+Jan Pieter Kunst,
+Jari Aalto,
+Jay Pipes,
+Jeremy Zawodny,
+Johan Idren,
+Kristian Kohntopp,
+Lenz Grimmer,
+Maciej Dobrzanski,
+Michiel Betel,
+MySQL \s-1AB\s0,
+Paul McCullagh,
+Sebastien Estienne,
+Sourceforge.net,
+Steven Kreuzer,
+The Gentoo MySQL Team,
+Trevor Price,
+Yaar Schnitman,
+and probably more people I've neglected to include.
+.PP
+(If I misspelled your name, it's probably because I'm afraid of putting
+international characters into this documentation; earlier versions of Perl might
+not be able to compile it then).
+.SH "COPYRIGHT, LICENSE AND WARRANTY"
+.IX Header "COPYRIGHT, LICENSE AND WARRANTY"
+This program is copyright (c) 2006 Baron Schwartz.
+Feedback and improvements are welcome.
+.PP
+\&\s-1THIS\s0 \s-1PROGRAM\s0 \s-1IS\s0 \s-1PROVIDED\s0 \*(L"\s-1AS\s0 \s-1IS\s0\*(R" \s-1AND\s0 \s-1WITHOUT\s0 \s-1ANY\s0 \s-1EXPRESS\s0 \s-1OR\s0 \s-1IMPLIED\s0
+\&\s-1WARRANTIES\s0, \s-1INCLUDING\s0, \s-1WITHOUT\s0 \s-1LIMITATION\s0, \s-1THE\s0 \s-1IMPLIED\s0 \s-1WARRANTIES\s0 \s-1OF\s0
+\&\s-1MERCHANTIBILITY\s0 \s-1AND\s0 \s-1FITNESS\s0 \s-1FOR\s0 A \s-1PARTICULAR\s0 \s-1PURPOSE\s0.
+.PP
+This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under
+the terms of the \s-1GNU\s0 General Public License as published by the Free Software
+Foundation, version 2; \s-1OR\s0 the Perl Artistic License.  On \s-1UNIX\s0 and similar
+systems, you can issue `man perlgpl' or `man perlartistic' to read these
+licenses.
+.PP
+You should have received a copy of the \s-1GNU\s0 General Public License along with
+this program; if not, write to the Free Software Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple
+Place, Suite 330, Boston, \s-1MA\s0  02111\-1307  \s-1USA\s0.
+.PP
+Execute innotop and press '!' to see this information at any time.
+.SH "AUTHOR"
+.IX Header "AUTHOR"
+Baron Schwartz.
+.SH "BUGS"
+.IX Header "BUGS"
+You can report bugs, ask for improvements, and get other help and support at
+<http://sourceforge.net/projects/innotop>.  There are mailing lists, forums,
+a bug tracker, etc.  Please use these instead of contacting me directly, as it
+makes my job easier and benefits others if the discussions are permanent and
+public.  Of course, if you need to contact me in private, please do.

=== added file 'storage/xtradb/build/debian/additions/msql2mysql.1'
--- a/storage/xtradb/build/debian/additions/msql2mysql.1	1970-01-01 00:00:00 +0000
+++ b/storage/xtradb/build/debian/additions/msql2mysql.1	2010-01-26 18:02:46 +0000
@@ -0,0 +1,16 @@
+.TH mysql 1 "17 March 2003" "MySQL 3.23" "MySQL database"
+.SH NAME
+msql2mysql \- MySQL importer for msql style data.
+.SH SYNOPSIS
+msql2mysql [options]
+.SH DESCRIPTION
+This program imports old msql database files.
+
+For more information start the program with '--help'.
+.SH "SEE ALSO"
+mysql (1), mysqld (1)
+.SH AUTHOR
+This manpage was written by Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>.
+
+MySQL is available at http://www.mysql.com/.
+.\" end of man page

=== added file 'storage/xtradb/build/debian/additions/my.cnf'
--- a/storage/xtradb/build/debian/additions/my.cnf	1970-01-01 00:00:00 +0000
+++ b/storage/xtradb/build/debian/additions/my.cnf	2010-01-26 18:02:46 +0000
@@ -0,0 +1,129 @@
+#
+# The MySQL database server configuration file.
+#
+# You can copy this to one of:
+# - "/etc/mysql/my.cnf" to set global options,
+# - "~/.my.cnf" to set user-specific options.
+# 
+# One can use all long options that the program supports.
+# Run program with --help to get a list of available options and with
+# --print-defaults to see which it would actually understand and use.
+#
+# For explanations see
+# http://dev.mysql.com/doc/mysql/en/server-system-variables.html
+
+# This will be passed to all mysql clients
+# It has been reported that passwords should be enclosed with ticks/quotes
+# escpecially if they contain "#" chars...
+# Remember to edit /etc/mysql/debian.cnf when changing the socket location.
+[client]
+port		= 3306
+socket		= /var/run/mysqld/mysqld.sock
+
+# Here is entries for some specific programs
+# The following values assume you have at least 32M ram
+
+# This was formally known as [safe_mysqld]. Both versions are currently parsed.
+[mysqld_safe]
+socket		= /var/run/mysqld/mysqld.sock
+nice		= 0
+
+[mysqld]
+#
+# * Basic Settings
+#
+user		= mysql
+pid-file	= /var/run/mysqld/mysqld.pid
+socket		= /var/run/mysqld/mysqld.sock
+port		= 3306
+basedir		= /usr
+datadir		= /var/lib/mysql
+tmpdir		= /tmp
+language	= /usr/share/mysql/english
+skip-external-locking
+#
+# For compatibility to other Debian packages that still use
+# libmysqlclient10 and libmysqlclient12.
+old_passwords	= 1
+#
+# Instead of skip-networking the default is now to listen only on
+# localhost which is more compatible and is not less secure.
+bind-address		= 127.0.0.1
+#
+# * Fine Tuning
+#
+key_buffer		= 16M
+max_allowed_packet	= 16M
+thread_stack		= 128K
+thread_cache_size       = 8
+# This replaces the startup script and checks MyISAM tables if needed
+# the first time they are touched
+myisam-recover         = BACKUP
+#max_connections        = 100
+#table_cache            = 64
+#thread_concurrency     = 10
+#
+# * Query Cache Configuration
+#
+query_cache_limit	= 1M
+query_cache_size        = 16M
+#
+# * Logging and Replication
+#
+# Both location gets rotated by the cronjob.
+# Be aware that this log type is a performance killer.
+# As of 5.1 you can enable the  at runtime!
+#log_type           = FILE
+#general_log		= /var/log/mysql/mysql.log
+#
+# Error logging goes to syslog due to /etc/mysql/conf.d/mysqld_safe_syslog.cnf.
+#
+# Here you can see queries with especially long duration
+#log_slow_queries	= /var/log/mysql/mysql-slow.log
+#long_query_time = 2
+#log-queries-not-using-indexes
+#
+# The following can be used as easy to replay backup logs or for replication.
+# note: if you are setting up a replication slave, see README.Debian about
+#       other settings you may need to change.
+#server-id		= 1
+#log_bin			= /var/log/mysql/mysql-bin.log
+expire_logs_days	= 10
+max_binlog_size         = 100M
+#binlog_do_db		= include_database_name
+#binlog_ignore_db	= include_database_name
+#
+# * InnoDB
+#
+# InnoDB is enabled by default with a 10MB datafile in /var/lib/mysql/.
+# Read the manual for more InnoDB related options. There are many!
+#
+# * Security Features
+#
+# Read the manual, too, if you want chroot!
+# chroot = /var/lib/mysql/
+#
+# For generating SSL certificates I recommend the OpenSSL GUI "tinyca".
+#
+# ssl-ca=/etc/mysql/cacert.pem
+# ssl-cert=/etc/mysql/server-cert.pem
+# ssl-key=/etc/mysql/server-key.pem
+
+
+
+[mysqldump]
+quick
+quote-names
+max_allowed_packet	= 16M
+
+[mysql]
+#no-auto-rehash	# faster start of mysql but no tab completition
+
+[isamchk]
+key_buffer		= 16M
+
+#
+# * IMPORTANT: Additional settings that can override those from this file!
+#   The files must end with '.cnf', otherwise they'll be ignored.
+#
+!includedir /etc/mysql/conf.d/

=== added file 'storage/xtradb/build/debian/additions/my_print_defaults.1'
--- a/storage/xtradb/build/debian/additions/my_print_defaults.1	1970-01-01 00:00:00 +0000
+++ b/storage/xtradb/build/debian/additions/my_print_defaults.1	2010-01-26 18:02:46 +0000
@@ -0,0 +1,16 @@
+.TH mysql 1 "17 March 2003" "MySQL 3.23" "MySQL database"
+.SH NAME
+my_print_defaults \- MySQL helper script that prints defaults.
+.SH SYNOPSIS
+my_print_defaults [options]
+.SH DESCRIPTION
+Prints all arguments that is give to some program using the default files.
+
+For more information start the program with '--help'.
+.SH "SEE ALSO"
+mysql (1), mysqld (1)
+.SH AUTHOR
+This manpage was written by Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>.
+
+MySQL is available at http://www.mysql.com/.
+.\" end of man page

=== added file 'storage/xtradb/build/debian/additions/myisam_ftdump.1'
--- a/storage/xtradb/build/debian/additions/myisam_ftdump.1	1970-01-01 00:00:00 +0000
+++ b/storage/xtradb/build/debian/additions/myisam_ftdump.1	2010-01-26 18:02:46 +0000
@@ -0,0 +1,16 @@
+.TH mysql 1 "17 March 2003" "MySQL 3.23" "MySQL database"
+.SH NAME
+myisam_ftdump \- Dumps full text tables.
+.SH SYNOPSIS
+myisam_ftdump [options]
+.SH DESCRIPTION
+Dumps information and contents of full text tables.
+
+For more information start the program with '--help'.
+.SH "SEE ALSO"
+mysql (1), mysqld (1)
+.SH AUTHOR
+This manpage was written by Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>.
+
+MySQL is available at http://www.mysql.com/.
+.\" end of man page

=== added file 'storage/xtradb/build/debian/additions/myisamchk.1'
--- a/storage/xtradb/build/debian/additions/myisamchk.1	1970-01-01 00:00:00 +0000
+++ b/storage/xtradb/build/debian/additions/myisamchk.1	2010-01-26 18:02:46 +0000
@@ -0,0 +1,17 @@
+.TH mysql 1 "17 March 2003" "MySQL 3.23" "MySQL database"
+.SH NAME
+myisamchk \- Checks MySQL myisam type databases. 
+.SH SYNOPSIS
+myisamchk [options]
+.SH DESCRIPTION
+Description, check and repair of ISAM tables.
+Used without options all tables on the command will be checked for errors
+
+For more information start the program with '--help'.
+.SH "SEE ALSO"
+mysql (1), mysqld (1)
+.SH AUTHOR
+This manpage was written by Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>.
+
+MySQL is available at http://www.mysql.com/.
+.\" end of man page

=== added file 'storage/xtradb/build/debian/additions/myisamlog.1'
--- a/storage/xtradb/build/debian/additions/myisamlog.1	1970-01-01 00:00:00 +0000
+++ b/storage/xtradb/build/debian/additions/myisamlog.1	2010-01-26 18:02:46 +0000
@@ -0,0 +1,16 @@
+.TH mysql 1 "17 March 2003" "MySQL 3.23" "MySQL database"
+.SH NAME
+myisamlog \- MySQL helper script.
+.SH SYNOPSIS
+myisamlog [options]
+.SH DESCRIPTION
+Function unknown. Mail to ch@xxxxxxxxxx.
+
+For more information start the program with '--help'.
+.SH "SEE ALSO"
+mysql (1), mysqld (1)
+.SH AUTHOR
+This manpage was written by Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>.
+
+MySQL is available at http://www.mysql.com/.
+.\" end of man page

=== added file 'storage/xtradb/build/debian/additions/myisampack.1'
--- a/storage/xtradb/build/debian/additions/myisampack.1	1970-01-01 00:00:00 +0000
+++ b/storage/xtradb/build/debian/additions/myisampack.1	2010-01-26 18:02:46 +0000
@@ -0,0 +1,19 @@
+.TH mysql 1 "17 March 2003" "MySQL 3.23" "MySQL database"
+.SH NAME
+myisampack \- Compresses MySQL database files.
+.SH SYNOPSIS
+myisampack [options]
+.SH DESCRIPTION
+Pack a MyISAM-table to take much less space.
+Keys are not updated, you must run myisamchk -rq on the datafile
+afterwards to update the keys.
+You should give the .MYI file as the filename argument.
+
+For more information start the program with '--help'.
+.SH "SEE ALSO"
+mysql (1), mysqld (1)
+.SH AUTHOR
+This manpage was written by Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>.
+
+MySQL is available at http://www.mysql.com/.
+.\" end of man page

=== added file 'storage/xtradb/build/debian/additions/mysql-server.lintian-overrides'
--- a/storage/xtradb/build/debian/additions/mysql-server.lintian-overrides	1970-01-01 00:00:00 +0000
+++ b/storage/xtradb/build/debian/additions/mysql-server.lintian-overrides	2010-02-18 23:51:40 +0000
@@ -0,0 +1,2 @@
+W: mysql-dfsg source: maintainer-script-lacks-debhelper-token debian/percona-xtradb-server.postinst
+W: percona-xtradb-server: possible-bashism-in-maintainer-script postinst:68 'p{("a".."z","A".."Z",0..9)[int(rand(62))]}'

=== added file 'storage/xtradb/build/debian/additions/mysql_config.1'
--- a/storage/xtradb/build/debian/additions/mysql_config.1	1970-01-01 00:00:00 +0000
+++ b/storage/xtradb/build/debian/additions/mysql_config.1	2010-01-26 18:02:46 +0000
@@ -0,0 +1,17 @@
+.TH mysql 1 "17 March 2003" "MySQL 3.23" "MySQL database"
+.SH NAME
+mysqlconfig \- MySQL compile settings.
+.SH SYNOPSIS
+mysqlconfig [options]
+.SH DESCRIPTION
+This program is only useful for people who want to compile agains
+libmysqlclient.
+
+For more information start the program with '--help'.
+.SH "SEE ALSO"
+mysql (1), mysqld (1)
+.SH AUTHOR
+This manpage was written by Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>.
+
+MySQL is available at http://www.mysql.com/.
+.\" end of man page

=== added file 'storage/xtradb/build/debian/additions/mysql_convert_table_format.1'
--- a/storage/xtradb/build/debian/additions/mysql_convert_table_format.1	1970-01-01 00:00:00 +0000
+++ b/storage/xtradb/build/debian/additions/mysql_convert_table_format.1	2010-01-26 18:02:46 +0000
@@ -0,0 +1,17 @@
+.TH mysql 1 "17 March 2003" "MySQL 3.23" "MySQL database"
+.SH NAME
+mysql_convert_table_format \- MySQL table converter.
+.SH SYNOPSIS
+mysql_convert_table_format [options]
+.SH DESCRIPTION
+Conversion of a MySQL tables to other table types.
+If no tables has been specifed, all tables in the database will be converted.
+
+For more information start the program with '--help'.
+.SH "SEE ALSO"
+mysql (1), mysqld (1)
+.SH AUTHOR
+This manpage was written by Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>.
+
+MySQL is available at http://www.mysql.com/.
+.\" end of man page

=== added file 'storage/xtradb/build/debian/additions/mysql_find_rows.1'
--- a/storage/xtradb/build/debian/additions/mysql_find_rows.1	1970-01-01 00:00:00 +0000
+++ b/storage/xtradb/build/debian/additions/mysql_find_rows.1	2010-01-26 18:02:46 +0000
@@ -0,0 +1,18 @@
+.TH mysql 1 "17 March 2003" "MySQL 3.23" "MySQL database"
+.SH NAME
+mysql_find_rows \- MySQL shell skript for searching in update logs.
+.SH SYNOPSIS
+mysql_find_rows [options]
+.SH DESCRIPTION
+Prints all SQL queries that matches a regexp or contains a 'use
+database' or 'set ..' command to stdout.  A SQL query may contain
+newlines.  This is useful to find things in a MySQL update log.
+
+For more information start the program with '--help'.
+.SH "SEE ALSO"
+mysql (1), mysqld (1)
+.SH AUTHOR
+This manpage was written by Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>.
+
+MySQL is available at http://www.mysql.com/.
+.\" end of man page

=== added file 'storage/xtradb/build/debian/additions/mysql_fix_extensions.1'
--- a/storage/xtradb/build/debian/additions/mysql_fix_extensions.1	1970-01-01 00:00:00 +0000
+++ b/storage/xtradb/build/debian/additions/mysql_fix_extensions.1	2010-01-26 18:02:46 +0000
@@ -0,0 +1,18 @@
+.TH mysql 1 "17 March 2003" "MySQL 3.23" "MySQL database"
+.SH NAME
+mysql_fix_extensions \- Corrects MySQL database file names.
+.SH SYNOPSIS
+mysql_fix_extensions <datadir>
+.SH DESCRIPTION
+Makes .frm lowercase and .MYI/MYD/ISM/ISD uppercase
+useful when datafiles are copied from windows.
+Does not work with RAID, with InnoDB or BDB tables.
+
+For more information start the program with '--help'.
+.SH "SEE ALSO"
+mysql (1), mysqld (8)
+.SH AUTHOR
+This manpage was written by Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>.
+
+MySQL is available at http://www.mysql.com/.
+.\" end of man page

=== added file 'storage/xtradb/build/debian/additions/mysql_install_db.1'
--- a/storage/xtradb/build/debian/additions/mysql_install_db.1	1970-01-01 00:00:00 +0000
+++ b/storage/xtradb/build/debian/additions/mysql_install_db.1	2010-01-26 18:02:46 +0000
@@ -0,0 +1,16 @@
+.TH mysql 1 "17 March 2003" "MySQL 3.23" "MySQL database"
+.SH NAME
+mysql_install_db \- MySQL helper program.
+.SH SYNOPSIS
+mysql_install_db [options]
+.SH DESCRIPTION
+This program is normally not needed by any user.
+
+For more information start the program with '--help'.
+.SH "SEE ALSO"
+mysql (1), mysqld (1)
+.SH AUTHOR
+This manpage was written by Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>.
+
+MySQL is available at http://www.mysql.com/.
+.\" end of man page

=== added file 'storage/xtradb/build/debian/additions/mysql_secure_installation.1'
--- a/storage/xtradb/build/debian/additions/mysql_secure_installation.1	1970-01-01 00:00:00 +0000
+++ b/storage/xtradb/build/debian/additions/mysql_secure_installation.1	2010-01-26 18:02:46 +0000
@@ -0,0 +1,17 @@
+.TH mysql 1 "17 March 2003" "MySQL 3.23" "MySQL database"
+.SH NAME
+mysql_secure_installation \- Secures the MySQL access control lists.
+.SH SYNOPSIS
+mysql_secure_installation [options]
+.SH DESCRIPTION
+This interactive programm suggests changes like removing anonymous users that
+are supposed to make your installation more secure.
+
+For more information start the program with '--help'.
+.SH "SEE ALSO"
+mysql (1), mysqld (8)
+.SH AUTHOR
+This manpage was written by Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>.
+
+MySQL is available at http://www.mysql.com/.
+.\" end of man page

=== added file 'storage/xtradb/build/debian/additions/mysql_setpermission.1'
--- a/storage/xtradb/build/debian/additions/mysql_setpermission.1	1970-01-01 00:00:00 +0000
+++ b/storage/xtradb/build/debian/additions/mysql_setpermission.1	2010-01-26 18:02:46 +0000
@@ -0,0 +1,23 @@
+.TH mysql 1 "17 March 2003" "MySQL 3.23" "MySQL database"
+.SH NAME
+mysql_setpermission \- Adds MySQL users or changes passwords.
+.SH SYNOPSIS
+mysql_setpermission [options]
+.SH DESCRIPTION
+The permission setter is a little program which can help you add users
+or databases or change passwords in MySQL. Keep in mind that we don't
+check permissions which already been set in MySQL. So if you can't
+connect to MySQL using the permission you just added, take a look at
+the permissions which have already been set in MySQL.
+
+The permission setter first reads your .my.cnf file in your Home
+directory if it exists.
+
+For more information start the program with '--help'.
+.SH "SEE ALSO"
+mysql (1), mysqld (1)
+.SH AUTHOR
+This manpage was written by Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>.
+
+MySQL is available at http://www.mysql.com/.
+.\" end of man page

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--- a/storage/xtradb/build/debian/additions/mysql_tableinfo.1	1970-01-01 00:00:00 +0000
+++ b/storage/xtradb/build/debian/additions/mysql_tableinfo.1	2010-01-26 18:02:46 +0000
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+.IX Title "MYSQL_TABLEINFO 1"
+.TH MYSQL_TABLEINFO 1 "2003-04-05" "perl v5.8.0" "User Contributed Perl Documentation"
+.SH "NAME"
+mysql_tableinfo \- creates and populates information tables with 
+the output of SHOW DATABASES, SHOW TABLES (or SHOW TABLE STATUS), 
+SHOW COLUMNS and SHOW INDEX.
+.PP
+This is version 1.1.
+.SH "SYNOPSIS"
+.IX Header "SYNOPSIS"
+.Vb 1
+\&  mysql_tableinfo [OPTIONS] database_to_write [database_like_wild] [table_like_wild]
+.Ve
+.PP
+.Vb 2
+\&  Do not backquote (``) database_to_write, 
+\&  and do not quote ('') database_like_wild or table_like_wild
+.Ve
+.PP
+.Vb 1
+\&  Examples:
+.Ve
+.PP
+.Vb 1
+\&  mysql_tableinfo info
+.Ve
+.PP
+.Vb 1
+\&  mysql_tableinfo info this_db
+.Ve
+.PP
+.Vb 1
+\&  mysql_tableinfo info %a% b%
+.Ve
+.PP
+.Vb 1
+\&  mysql_tableinfo info --clear-only
+.Ve
+.PP
+.Vb 1
+\&  mysql_tableinfo info --col --idx --table-status
+.Ve
+.SH "DESCRIPTION"
+.IX Header "DESCRIPTION"
+mysql_tableinfo asks a MySQL server information about its
+databases, tables, table columns and index, and stores this
+in tables called `db`, `tbl` (or `tbl_status`), `col`, `idx` 
+(with an optional prefix specified with \-\-prefix).
+After that, you can query these information tables, for example
+to build your admin scripts with \s-1SQL\s0 queries, like
+.PP
+\&\s-1SELECT\s0 \s-1CONCAT\s0(\*(L"\s-1CHECK\s0 \s-1TABLE\s0 \*(R",`database`,\*(L".\*(R",`table`,\*(L" \s-1EXTENDED\s0;\*(R") 
+\&\s-1FROM\s0 info.tbl \s-1WHERE\s0 ... ;
+.PP
+as people usually do with some other \s-1RDBMS\s0
+(note: to increase the speed of your queries on the info tables,
+you may add some index on them).
+.PP
+The database_like_wild and table_like_wild instructs the program
+to gather information only about databases and tables
+whose names match these patterns. If the info
+tables already exist, their rows matching the patterns are simply
+deleted and replaced by the new ones. That is,
+old rows not matching the patterns are not touched.
+If the database_like_wild and table_like_wild arguments
+are not specified on the command-line they default to \*(L"%\*(R".
+.PP
+The program :
+.PP
+\&\- does \s-1CREATE\s0 \s-1DATABASE\s0 \s-1IF\s0 \s-1NOT\s0 \s-1EXISTS\s0 database_to_write
+where database_to_write is the database name specified on the command\-line.
+.PP
+\&\- does \s-1CREATE\s0 \s-1TABLE\s0 \s-1IF\s0 \s-1NOT\s0 \s-1EXISTS\s0 database_to_write.`db`
+.PP
+\&\- fills database_to_write.`db` with the output of
+\&\s-1SHOW\s0 \s-1DATABASES\s0 \s-1LIKE\s0 database_like_wild
+.PP
+\&\- does \s-1CREATE\s0 \s-1TABLE\s0 \s-1IF\s0 \s-1NOT\s0 \s-1EXISTS\s0 database_to_write.`tbl`
+(respectively database_to_write.`tbl_status`
+if the \-\-tbl\-status option is on)
+.PP
+\&\- for every found database,
+fills database_to_write.`tbl` (respectively database_to_write.`tbl_status`)
+with the output of 
+\&\s-1SHOW\s0 \s-1TABLES\s0 \s-1FROM\s0 found_db \s-1LIKE\s0 table_like_wild
+(respectively \s-1SHOW\s0 \s-1TABLE\s0 \s-1STATUS\s0 \s-1FROM\s0 found_db \s-1LIKE\s0 table_like_wild)
+.PP
+\&\- if the \-\-col option is on,
+    * does \s-1CREATE\s0 \s-1TABLE\s0 \s-1IF\s0 \s-1NOT\s0 \s-1EXISTS\s0 database_to_write.`col`
+    * for every found table,
+      fills database_to_write.`col` with the output of 
+      \s-1SHOW\s0 \s-1COLUMNS\s0 \s-1FROM\s0 found_tbl \s-1FROM\s0 found_db
+.PP
+\&\- if the \-\-idx option is on,
+    * does \s-1CREATE\s0 \s-1TABLE\s0 \s-1IF\s0 \s-1NOT\s0 \s-1EXISTS\s0 database_to_write.`idx`
+    * for every found table,
+      fills database_to_write.`idx` with the output of 
+      \s-1SHOW\s0 \s-1INDEX\s0 \s-1FROM\s0 found_tbl \s-1FROM\s0 found_db
+.PP
+Some options may modify this general scheme (see below).
+.PP
+As mentioned, the contents of the info tables are the output of
+\&\s-1SHOW\s0 commands. In fact the contents are slightly more complete :
+.PP
+\&\- the `tbl` (or `tbl_status`) info table 
+  has an extra column which contains the database name,
+.PP
+\&\- the `col` info table
+  has an extra column which contains the table name,
+  and an extra column which contains, for each described column,
+  the number of this column in the table owning it (this extra column
+  is called `Seq_in_table`). `Seq_in_table` makes it possible for you
+  to retrieve your columns in sorted order, when you are querying
+  the `col` table. 
+.PP
+\&\- the `index` info table
+  has an extra column which contains the database name.
+.PP
+Caution: info tables contain certain columns (e.g.
+Database, Table, Null...) whose names, as they are MySQL reserved words,
+need to be backquoted (`...`) when used in \s-1SQL\s0 statements.
+.PP
+Caution: as information fetching and info tables filling happen at the
+same time, info tables may contain inaccurate information about
+themselves.
+.SH "OPTIONS"
+.IX Header "OPTIONS"
+.IP "\-\-clear" 4
+.IX Item "--clear"
+Does \s-1DROP\s0 \s-1TABLE\s0 on the info tables (only those that the program is
+going to fill, for example if you do not use \-\-col it won't drop
+the `col` table) and processes normally. Does not drop database_to_write.
+.IP "\-\-clear\-only" 4
+.IX Item "--clear-only"
+Same as \-\-clear but exits after the DROPs.
+.IP "\-\-col" 4
+.IX Item "--col"
+Adds columns information (into table `col`).
+.IP "\-\-idx" 4
+.IX Item "--idx"
+Adds index information (into table `idx`).
+.IP "\-\-prefix prefix" 4
+.IX Item "--prefix prefix"
+The info tables are named from the concatenation of prefix and,
+respectively, db, tbl (or tbl_status), col, idx. Do not quote ('')
+or backquote (``) prefix.
+.IP "\-q, \-\-quiet" 4
+.IX Item "-q, --quiet"
+Does not warn you about what the script is going to do (\s-1DROP\s0 \s-1TABLE\s0 etc)
+and does not ask for a confirmation before starting.
+.IP "\-\-tbl\-status" 4
+.IX Item "--tbl-status"
+Instead of using \s-1SHOW\s0 \s-1TABLES\s0, uses \s-1SHOW\s0 \s-1TABLE\s0 \s-1STATUS\s0
+(much more complete information, but slower). 
+.IP "\-\-help" 4
+.IX Item "--help"
+Display helpscreen and exit
+.IP "\-u, \-\-user=#" 4
+.IX Item "-u, --user=#"
+user for database login if not current user. Give a user
+who has sufficient privileges (\s-1CREATE\s0, ...).
+.IP "\-p, \-\-password=# (INSECURE)" 4
+.IX Item "-p, --password=# (INSECURE)"
+password to use when connecting to server.
+WARNING: Providing a password on command line is insecure as it is visible through /proc to anyone for a short time.
+.IP "\-h, \-\-host=#" 4
+.IX Item "-h, --host=#"
+host to connect to
+.IP "\-P, \-\-port=#" 4
+.IX Item "-P, --port=#"
+port to use when connecting to server
+.IP "\-S, \-\-socket=#" 4
+.IX Item "-S, --socket=#"
+\&\s-1UNIX\s0 domain socket to use when connecting to server
+.SH "WARRANTY"
+.IX Header "WARRANTY"
+This software is free and comes without warranty of any kind. You
+should never trust backup software without studying the code yourself.
+Study the code inside this script and only rely on it if \fIyou\fR believe
+that it does the right thing for you.
+.Sp
+Patches adding bug fixes, documentation and new features are welcome.
+.SH "TO DO"
+.IX Header "TO DO"
+Use extended inserts to be faster (for servers with many databases
+or tables). But to do that, must care about net\-buffer\-length.
+.SH "AUTHOR"
+.IX Header "AUTHOR"
+2002\-06\-18 Guilhem Bichot (guilhem.bichot@mines\-paris.org)
+.Sp
+And all the authors of mysqlhotcopy, which served as a model for 
+the structure of the program.

=== added file 'storage/xtradb/build/debian/additions/mysql_waitpid.1'
--- a/storage/xtradb/build/debian/additions/mysql_waitpid.1	1970-01-01 00:00:00 +0000
+++ b/storage/xtradb/build/debian/additions/mysql_waitpid.1	2010-01-26 18:02:46 +0000
@@ -0,0 +1,20 @@
+.TH mysql 1 "17 March 2003" "MySQL 3.23" "MySQL database"
+.SH NAME
+mysql_waitpid \- Waits a specified amount of seconds for a PID to terminate.
+.SH SYNOPSIS
+mysql_waitpid [options] <pid> <seconds>
+.SH DESCRIPTION
+Description: Waits for a program, which program id is #pid, to
+terminate within #time seconds. If the program terminates within
+this time, or if the #pid no longer exists, value 0 is returned.
+Otherwise 1 is returned. Both #pid and #time must be positive
+integer arguments.
+
+See mysql_waitpid for options.
+.SH "SEE ALSO"
+mysql (1), mysqld (1)
+.SH AUTHOR
+This manpage was written by Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>.
+
+MySQL is available at http://www.mysql.com/.
+.\" end of man page

=== added file 'storage/xtradb/build/debian/additions/mysqlbinlog.1'
--- a/storage/xtradb/build/debian/additions/mysqlbinlog.1	1970-01-01 00:00:00 +0000
+++ b/storage/xtradb/build/debian/additions/mysqlbinlog.1	2010-01-26 18:02:46 +0000
@@ -0,0 +1,17 @@
+.TH mysql 1 "17 March 2003" "MySQL 3.23" "MySQL database"
+.SH NAME
+mysqlbinlog \- Dumps MySQL binary logs.
+.SH SYNOPSIS
+mysqlbinlog [options]
+.SH DESCRIPTION
+Dumps a MySQL binary log in a format usable for viewing or for pipeing to
+the mysql command line client
+
+For more information start the program with '--help'.
+.SH "SEE ALSO"
+mysql (1), mysqld (1)
+.SH AUTHOR
+This manpage was written by Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>.
+
+MySQL is available at http://www.mysql.com/.
+.\" end of man page

=== added file 'storage/xtradb/build/debian/additions/mysqlbug.1'
--- a/storage/xtradb/build/debian/additions/mysqlbug.1	1970-01-01 00:00:00 +0000
+++ b/storage/xtradb/build/debian/additions/mysqlbug.1	2010-01-26 18:02:46 +0000
@@ -0,0 +1,14 @@
+.TH mysql 1 "17 March 2003" "MySQL 3.23" "MySQL database"
+.SH NAME
+mysqlbug \- MySQL bug reporting tool.
+.SH SYNOPSIS
+mysqlbug [options]
+.SH DESCRIPTION
+Interactive bug reporting tool. Use reportbug on Debian systems.
+.SH "SEE ALSO"
+mysql (1), mysqld (1)
+.SH AUTHOR
+This manpage was written by Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>.
+
+MySQL is available at http://www.mysql.com/.
+.\" end of man page

=== added file 'storage/xtradb/build/debian/additions/mysqlcheck.1'
--- a/storage/xtradb/build/debian/additions/mysqlcheck.1	1970-01-01 00:00:00 +0000
+++ b/storage/xtradb/build/debian/additions/mysqlcheck.1	2010-01-26 18:02:46 +0000
@@ -0,0 +1,28 @@
+.TH mysql 1 "17 March 2003" "MySQL 3.23" "MySQL database"
+.SH NAME
+mysqlcheck \- MySQL program for repairing, checking and optimizing tables.
+.SH SYNOPSIS
+mysqlcheck | mysqlanalyze | mysqloptimize [options]
+.SH DESCRIPTION
+This program can be used to CHECK (-c,-m,-C), REPAIR (-r), ANALYZE (-a)
+or OPTIMIZE (-o) tables. Some of the options (like -e or -q) can be
+used same time. It works on MyISAM and in some cases on BDB tables.
+Please consult the MySQL manual for latest information about the
+above. The options -c,-r,-a and -o are exclusive to each other, which
+means that the last option will be used, if several was specified.
+
+The option -c will be used by default, if none was specified. You
+can change the default behavior by making a symbolic link, or
+copying this file somewhere with another name, the alternatives are:
+mysqlrepair:   The default option will be -r
+mysqlanalyze:  The default option will be -a
+mysqloptimize: The default option will be -o
+
+For more information start the program with '--help'.
+.SH "SEE ALSO"
+mysql (1), mysqld (8)
+.SH AUTHOR
+This manpage was written by Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>.
+
+MySQL is available at http://www.mysql.com/.
+.\" end of man page

=== added file 'storage/xtradb/build/debian/additions/mysqld_safe_syslog.cnf'
--- a/storage/xtradb/build/debian/additions/mysqld_safe_syslog.cnf	1970-01-01 00:00:00 +0000
+++ b/storage/xtradb/build/debian/additions/mysqld_safe_syslog.cnf	2010-01-26 18:02:46 +0000
@@ -0,0 +1,2 @@
+[mysqld_safe]
+syslog

=== added file 'storage/xtradb/build/debian/additions/mysqldumpslow.1'
--- a/storage/xtradb/build/debian/additions/mysqldumpslow.1	1970-01-01 00:00:00 +0000
+++ b/storage/xtradb/build/debian/additions/mysqldumpslow.1	2010-01-26 18:02:46 +0000
@@ -0,0 +1,50 @@
+.TH mysql 1 "17 March 2003" "MySQL 3.23" "MySQL database"
+.SH NAME
+mysqldumpslow \- Parse and summarize the MySQL slow query log.
+.SH SYNOPSIS
+mysqldumpslow [options]
+.SH DESCRIPTION
+This program parses and summarizes a 'slow query log'.
+
+.TP
+\fB\-v\fR 
+verbose
+.TP
+\fB\-d\fR 
+debug
+.TP
+\fB\-s=WORD\fR 
+what to sort by (t, at, l, al, r, ar etc)
+.TP
+\fB\-r\fR  
+reverse the sort order (largest last instead of first)
+.TP
+\fB\-t=NUMBER\fR 
+just show the top n queries
+.TP
+\fB\-a\fR  
+don't abstract all numbers to N and strings to 'S'
+.TP
+\fB\-n=NUMBER\fR
+abstract numbers with at least n digits within names
+.TP
+\fB\-g=WORD\fR 
+grep: only consider stmts that include this string
+.TP
+\fB\-h=WORD\fR
+hostname of db server for *-slow.log filename (can be wildcard)
+.TP
+\fB\-i=WORD\fR 
+name of server instance (if using mysql.server startup script)
+.TP
+\fB\-l\fR  
+don't subtract lock time from total time
+
+.SH "SEE ALSO"
+mysql (1), mysqld (1)
+.SH AUTHOR
+This manpage was written by Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx> based on
+the commends in the code.
+
+MySQL is available at http://www.mysql.com/.
+.\" end of man page

=== added file 'storage/xtradb/build/debian/additions/mysqlimport.1'
--- a/storage/xtradb/build/debian/additions/mysqlimport.1	1970-01-01 00:00:00 +0000
+++ b/storage/xtradb/build/debian/additions/mysqlimport.1	2010-01-26 18:02:46 +0000
@@ -0,0 +1,20 @@
+.TH mysql 1 "17 March 2003" "MySQL 3.23" "MySQL database"
+.SH NAME
+mysqlimport \- Imports text files with MySQL database queries.
+.SH SYNOPSIS
+mysqlimport [options]
+.SH DESCRIPTION
+Loads tables from text files in various formats.  The base name of the
+text file must be the name of the table that should be used.
+If one uses sockets to connect to the MySQL server, the server will open and
+read the text file directly. In other cases the client will open the text
+file. The SQL command 'LOAD DATA INFILE' is used to import the rows.
+
+For more information start the program with '--help'.
+.SH "SEE ALSO"
+mysql (1), mysqld (1)
+.SH AUTHOR
+This manpage was written by Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>.
+
+MySQL is available at http://www.mysql.com/.
+.\" end of man page

=== added file 'storage/xtradb/build/debian/additions/mysqlmanager.1'
--- a/storage/xtradb/build/debian/additions/mysqlmanager.1	1970-01-01 00:00:00 +0000
+++ b/storage/xtradb/build/debian/additions/mysqlmanager.1	2010-01-26 18:02:46 +0000
@@ -0,0 +1,49 @@
+.TH mysql 1 "March 2005" "MySQL 4.1" "MySQL database"
+.SH NAME
+mysqlmanager \- Manages instances of MySQL server.
+.SH SYNOPSIS
+.B mysqlmanager
+[\fIOPTIONS\fR]
+.SH DESCRIPTION
+Manages instances of MySQL server.
+.TP
+\-?, \fB\-\-help\fR
+Display this help and exit.
+.TP
+\fB\-P\fR, \fB\-\-port=\fR#
+Port number to listen on.
+.TP
+\fB\-l\fR, \fB\-\-log\fR=\fIname\fR
+Path to log file.
+.TP
+\fB\-b\fR, \fB\-\-bind\-address=\fR#
+Address to listen on.
+.HP
+\fB\-B\fR, \fB\-\-tcp\-backlog=\fR# Size of TCP/IP listen queue.
+.HP
+\fB\-g\fR, \fB\-\-greeting\fR=\fIname\fR Set greeting on connect.
+.TP
+\fB\-m\fR, \fB\-\-max\-command\-len=\fR#
+Maximum command length.
+.TP
+\fB\-d\fR, \fB\-\-one\-thread\fR
+Use one thread ( for debugging).
+.TP
+\fB\-C\fR, \fB\-\-connect\-retries=\fR#
+Number of attempts to establish MySQL connection.
+.TP
+\fB\-p\fR, \fB\-\-password\-file\fR=\fIname\fR
+Password file for manager.
+.HP
+\fB\-f\fR, \fB\-\-pid\-file\fR=\fIname\fR Pid file to use.
+.TP
+\fB\-V\fR, \fB\-\-version\fR
+Output version information and exit.
+.SH "SEE ALSO"
+The full documentation for
+.B mysqlmanager
+is available in the package mysql-doc-4.1 or on the MySQL
+homepage www.mysql.com.
+.SH AUTHOR
+This manpage was created by Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>
+using help2man.

=== added file 'storage/xtradb/build/debian/additions/mysqlreport'
--- a/storage/xtradb/build/debian/additions/mysqlreport	1970-01-01 00:00:00 +0000
+++ b/storage/xtradb/build/debian/additions/mysqlreport	2010-01-26 18:02:46 +0000
@@ -0,0 +1,1298 @@
+#!/usr/bin/perl -w
+
+# mysqlreport v3.5 Apr 16 2008
+# http://hackmysql.com/mysqlreport
+
+# mysqlreport makes an easy-to-read report of important MySQL status values.
+# Copyright 2006-2008 Daniel Nichter
+#
+# This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or
+# modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License
+# as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2
+# of the License, or (at your option) any later version.
+#
+# This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
+# but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
+# MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.  See the
+# GNU General Public License for more details.
+#
+# The GNU General Public License is available at:
+# http://www.gnu.org/copyleft/gpl.html
+
+use strict;
+use File::Temp qw(tempfile);
+use DBI;
+use Getopt::Long;
+eval { require Term::ReadKey; };
+my $RK = ($@ ? 0 : 1);
+
+sub have_op;
+
+my $WIN = ($^O eq 'MSWin32' ? 1 : 0);
+my %op;
+my %mycnf; # ~/.my.cnf
+my ($tmpfile_fh, $tmpfile);
+my ($stat_name, $stat_val, $stat_label);
+my $MySQL_version;
+my (%stats, %vars); # SHOW STATUS, SHOW VARIABLES
+my (%DMS_vals, %Com_vals, %ib_vals);
+my ($dbh, $query);
+my ($questions, $key_read_ratio, $key_write_ratio, $dms, $slow_query_t);
+my ($key_cache_block_size, $key_buffer_used, $key_buffer_usage);
+my ($qc_mem_used, $qc_hi_r, $qc_ip_r); # Query Cache
+my $have_innodb_vals;
+my ($ib_bp_used, $ib_bp_total, $ib_bp_read_ratio);
+my ($relative_live, $relative_infiles);
+my $real_uptime;
+my (%stats_present, %stats_past); # For relative reports
+      
+GetOptions (
+   \%op,
+   "user=s",
+   "password:s",
+   "host=s",
+   "port=s",
+   "socket=s",
+   "no-mycnf",
+   "infile|in=s",
+   "outfile=s",
+   "flush-status",
+   "email=s",
+   "r|relative:i",
+   "c|report-count=i",
+   "detach",
+   "help|?",
+   "debug"
+);
+
+show_help_and_exit() if $op{'help'};
+
+get_user_mycnf() unless $op{'no-mycnf'};
+
+# Command line options override ~/.my.cnf
+$mycnf{'host'}   = $op{'host'}   if have_op 'host';
+$mycnf{'port'}   = $op{'port'}   if have_op 'port';
+$mycnf{'socket'} = $op{'socket'} if have_op 'socket'; 
+$mycnf{'user'}   = $op{'user'}   if have_op 'user';
+
+$mycnf{'user'} ||= $ENV{'USER'};
+
+if(exists $op{'password'})
+{
+   if($op{'password'} eq '') # Prompt for password
+   {
+      Term::ReadKey::ReadMode(2) if $RK;
+      print "Password for database user $mycnf{'user'}: ";
+      chomp($mycnf{'pass'} = <STDIN>);
+      Term::ReadKey::ReadMode(0), print "\n" if $RK;
+   }
+   else { $mycnf{'pass'} = $op{'password'}; } # Use password given on command line
+}
+
+$op{'com'} ||= 3;
+$op{'c'}   ||= 1; # Used in collect_reports() if --r given integer value
+
+$relative_live    = 0;
+$relative_infiles = 0;
+
+if(defined $op{'r'})
+{
+   if($op{r}) { $relative_live    = 1; }  # if -r was given an integer value
+   else       { $relative_infiles = 1; }
+}
+
+# The report is written to a tmp file first.
+# Later it will be moved to $op{'outfile'} or emailed $op{'email'} if needed.
+($tmpfile_fh, $tmpfile) = tempfile() or die "Cannot open temporary file for writing: $!\n";
+
+if($op{'detach'})
+{
+   $SIG{'TERM'} = 'sig_handler';
+
+   if(fork())
+   {
+      print "mysqlreport has forked and detached.\n";
+      print "While running detached, mysqlreport writes reports to '$tmpfile'.\n";
+
+      exit;
+   }
+
+   open(STDIN, "</dev/null");
+   open(STDOUT, "> $tmpfile") or die "Cannot dup STDOUT: $!\n";
+   open(STDERR, "> $tmpfile") or die "Cannot dup STDERR: $!\n";
+}
+
+select $tmpfile_fh;
+$| = 1 if ($op{'detach'} || $relative_live);
+
+print "tmp file: $tmpfile\n" if $op{debug};
+
+# Connect to MySQL
+if(!$op{'infile'} && !$relative_infiles)
+{
+   connect_to_MySQL();
+}
+
+$have_innodb_vals = 1; # This might be set to 0 later in get_MySQL_version()
+
+if(defined $op{'r'})
+{
+   if($relative_live)
+   { 
+      print STDERR "mysqlreport is writing relative reports to '$tmpfile'.\n" unless $op{'detach'}; 
+      get_MySQL_version();
+      collect_reports();
+   }
+
+   if($relative_infiles) { read_relative_infiles(); }
+}
+else
+{
+   if(!$op{'infile'})
+   {
+      get_MySQL_version();
+      get_vals();
+      get_vars();
+   }
+   else
+   {
+      read_infile($op{'infile'});
+   }
+
+   get_Com_values();
+
+   set_myisam_vals();
+   set_ib_vals() if $have_innodb_vals;
+
+   write_report();
+}
+
+exit_tasks_and_cleanup();
+
+exit;
+
+#
+# Subroutines
+#
+sub show_help_and_exit
+{
+   print <<"HELP";
+mysqlreport v3.5 Apr 16 2008
+mysqlreport makes an easy-to-read report of important MySQL status values.
+
+Command line options (abbreviations work):
+   --user USER       Connect to MySQL as USER
+   --password PASS   Use PASS or prompt for MySQL user's password
+   --host ADDRESS    Connect to MySQL at ADDRESS
+   --port PORT       Connect to MySQL at PORT
+   --socket SOCKET   Connect to MySQL at SOCKET
+   --no-mycnf        Don't read ~/.my.cnf
+   --infile FILE     Read status values from FILE instead of MySQL
+   --outfile FILE    Write report to FILE
+   --email ADDRESS   Email report to ADDRESS (doesn't work on Windows)
+   --flush-status    Issue FLUSH STATUS; after getting current values
+   --relative X      Generate relative reports. If X is an integer,
+                     reports are live from the MySQL server X seconds apart.
+                     If X is a list of infiles (file1 file2 etc.),
+                     reports are generated from the infiles in the order
+                     that they are given.
+   --report-count N  Collect N number of live relative reports (default 1)
+   --detach          Fork and detach from terminal (run in background)
+   --help            Prints this
+   --debug           Print debugging information
+
+Visit http://hackmysql.com/mysqlreport for more information.
+HELP
+
+   exit;
+}
+
+sub get_user_mycnf
+{
+   print "get_user_mycnf\n" if $op{debug};
+
+   return if $WIN;
+   open MYCNF, "$ENV{HOME}/.my.cnf" or return;
+   while(<MYCNF>)
+   {
+      if(/^(.+?)\s*=\s*"?(.+?)"?\s*$/)
+      {
+         $mycnf{$1} = $2;
+         print "get_user_mycnf: read '$1 = $2'\n" if $op{debug};
+      }
+   }
+   $mycnf{'pass'} ||= $mycnf{'password'} if exists $mycnf{'password'};
+   close MYCNF;
+}
+
+sub connect_to_MySQL
+{
+   print "connect_to_MySQL\n" if $op{debug};
+
+   my $dsn;
+
+   if($mycnf{'socket'} && -S $mycnf{'socket'})
+   {
+      $dsn = "DBI:mysql:mysql_socket=$mycnf{socket}";
+   }
+   elsif($mycnf{'host'})
+   {
+      $dsn = "DBI:mysql:host=$mycnf{host}" . ($mycnf{port} ? ";port=$mycnf{port}" : "");
+   }
+   else
+   {
+      $dsn = "DBI:mysql:host=localhost";
+   }
+
+   print "connect_to_MySQL: DBI DSN: $dsn\n" if $op{debug};
+
+   $dbh = DBI->connect($dsn, $mycnf{'user'}, $mycnf{'pass'}) or die;
+}
+
+sub collect_reports
+{
+   print "collect_reports\n" if $op{debug};
+
+   my $i;
+
+   get_vals();
+   get_vars();
+
+   get_Com_values();
+
+   %stats_past = %stats;
+
+   set_myisam_vals();
+   set_ib_vals() if $have_innodb_vals;
+
+   print "#\n# Beginning report, 0 0:0:0\n#\n";
+
+   write_report();
+
+   for($i = 0; $i < $op{'c'}; $i++)
+   {
+      $dbh->disconnect();
+
+      sleep($op{'r'});
+
+      connect_to_MySQL();
+
+      print "\n#\n# Interval report " , $i + 1 , ", +", sec_to_dhms(($i + 1) * $op{'r'}), "\n#\n";
+
+      get_vals();
+
+      write_relative_report();
+   }
+}
+
+sub read_relative_infiles
+{
+   print "read_relative_infiles\n" if $op{debug};
+
+   my $slurp;    # Used to check infiles for multiple sets of status values
+   my $n_stats;  # Number of multiple sets of status values in an infile
+   my $infile;
+   my $report_n; # Report number
+
+   $report_n = 1;
+
+   foreach $infile (@ARGV)
+   {
+      # Read all of infile into $slurp
+      open INFILE, "< $infile" or warn and next;
+      $slurp = do { local $/;  <INFILE> };
+      close INFILE;
+
+      $n_stats = 0;
+
+      # Count number of status value sets
+      $n_stats++ while $slurp =~ /Aborted_clients/g;
+
+      print "read_relative_infiles: found $n_stats sets of status values in file '$infile'\n"
+         if $op{debug};
+
+      if($n_stats == 1)
+      {
+         read_infile($infile);
+         relative_infile_report($report_n++);
+      }
+
+      if($n_stats > 1)
+      {
+         my @tmpfile_fh;
+         my @tmpfile_name;
+         my $i;
+         my $stat_n;  # Status value set number
+
+         # Create a tmp file for each set of status values
+         for($i = 0; $i < $n_stats; $i++)
+         {
+            my ($fh, $name) = tempfile()
+               or die "read_relative_infiles: cannot open temporary file for writing: $!\n";
+
+            push(@tmpfile_fh, $fh);
+            push(@tmpfile_name, $name);
+
+            print "read_relative_infiles: created tmp file '$name' for set $i\n" if $op{debug};
+         }
+
+         $i = 0;
+         $stat_n = 0;
+
+         select $tmpfile_fh[$i];
+
+         # Read infile again and copy each set of status values to seperate tmp files
+         open INFILE, "< $infile" or warn and next;
+         while(<INFILE>)
+         {
+            next if /^\+/;
+            next if /^$/;
+
+            # The infile must begin with the system variable values.
+            # Therefore, the first occurance of Aborted_clients indicates the beginning
+            # of the first set of status values if no sets have occured yet ($stat_n == 0).
+            # In this case, the following status values are printed to the current fh,
+            # along with the system variable values read thus far, until Aborted_clients
+            # occurs again. Then begins the second and subsequent sets of status values.
+
+            if(/Aborted_clients/)
+            {
+               print and next if $stat_n++ == 0;
+               select $tmpfile_fh[++$i];
+            }
+
+            print;
+         }
+         close INFILE;
+
+         # Re-select the main tmp file into which the reports are being written.
+         select $tmpfile_fh;
+
+         for($i = 0; $i < $n_stats; $i++)
+         {
+            close $tmpfile_fh[$i];
+
+            print "read_relative_infiles: reading set $i tmp file '$tmpfile_name[$i]'\n"
+               if $op{debug};
+
+            read_infile($tmpfile_name[$i]);
+            relative_infile_report($report_n++);
+
+            if($WIN) { `del $tmpfile_name[$i]`;   }
+            else     { `rm -f $tmpfile_name[$i]`; }
+
+            print "read_relative_infiles: deleted set $i tmp file '$tmpfile_name[$i]'\n"
+               if $op{debug};
+         }
+
+      } # if($n_stats > 1)
+   } # foreach $infile (@files)
+}
+
+sub relative_infile_report
+{
+   print "relative_infile_report\n" if $op{debug};
+
+   my $report_n = shift;
+
+   if($report_n == 1)
+   {
+      get_Com_values();
+
+      %stats_past = %stats;
+
+      set_myisam_vals();
+      set_ib_vals() if $have_innodb_vals;
+
+      print "#\n# Beginning report, 0 0:0:0\n#\n";
+
+      write_report();
+   }
+   else
+   {
+      print "\n#\n# Interval report ", $report_n - 1, ", +",
+         sec_to_dhms($stats{Uptime} - $stats_past{Uptime}),
+         "\n#\n";
+
+      write_relative_report();
+   }
+}
+
+sub get_vals
+{
+   print "get_vals\n" if $op{debug};
+
+   my @row;
+
+   # Get status values
+   if($MySQL_version >= 50002)
+   {
+      $query = $dbh->prepare("SHOW GLOBAL STATUS;");
+   }
+   else
+   {
+      $query = $dbh->prepare("SHOW STATUS;");
+   }
+   $query->execute();
+   while(@row = $query->fetchrow_array()) { $stats{$row[0]} = $row[1]; }
+
+   $real_uptime = $stats{'Uptime'};
+}
+
+sub get_vars
+{
+   print "get_vars\n" if $op{debug};
+
+   my @row;
+
+   # Get server system variables
+   $query = $dbh->prepare("SHOW VARIABLES;");
+   $query->execute();
+   while(@row = $query->fetchrow_array()) { $vars{$row[0]} = $row[1]; }
+
+   # table_cache was renamed to table_open_cache in MySQL 5.1.3
+   if($MySQL_version >= 50103)
+   {
+      $vars{'table_cache'} = $vars{'table_open_cache'};
+   }
+}
+
+sub read_infile
+{
+   print "read_infile\n" if $op{debug};
+
+   my $infile = shift;
+
+   # Default required system variable values if not set in INFILE.
+   # As of mysqlreport v3.5 the direct output from SHOW VARIABLES;
+   # can be put into INFILE instead. See http://hackmysql.com/mysqlreportdoc
+   # for details.
+   $vars{'version'} = "0.0.0"         if !exists $vars{'version'};
+   $vars{'table_cache'} = 64          if !exists $vars{'table_cache'};
+   $vars{'max_connections'} = 100     if !exists $vars{'max_connections'};
+   $vars{'key_buffer_size'} = 8388600 if !exists $vars{'key_buffer_size'}; # 8M
+   $vars{'thread_cache_size'} = 0     if !exists $vars{'thread_cache_size'}; 
+   $vars{'tmp_table_size'} = 0        if !exists $vars{'tmp_table_size'};
+   $vars{'long_query_time'} = '?'     if !exists $vars{'long_query_time'};
+   $vars{'log_slow_queries'} = '?'    if !exists $vars{'log_slow_queries'};
+
+   # One should also add:
+   #    key_cache_block_size
+   #    query_cache_size
+   # to INFILE if needed.
+
+   open INFILE, "< $infile" or die "Cannot open INFILE '$infile': $!\n";
+
+   while(<INFILE>)
+   {
+      last if !defined $_;
+
+      next if /^\+/;  # skip divider lines 
+      next if /^$/;   # skip blank lines
+
+      next until /(Aborted_clients|back_log|=)/;
+
+      if($1 eq 'Aborted_clients')  # status values
+      {
+         print "read_infile: start stats\n" if $op{debug};
+
+         while($_)
+         {
+            chomp;
+            if(/([A-Za-z_]+)[\s\t|]+(\d+)/)
+            {
+               $stats{$1} = $2;
+               print "read_infile: save $1 = $2\n" if $op{debug};
+            }
+            else { print "read_infile: ignore '$_'\n" if $op{debug}; }
+
+            last if $1 eq 'Uptime';  # exit while() if end of status values
+            $_ = <INFILE>; # otherwise, read next line of status values
+         }
+      }
+      elsif($1 eq  'back_log')  # system variable values
+      {
+         print "read_infile: start vars\n" if $op{debug};
+
+         while($_)
+         {
+            chomp;
+            if(/([A-Za-z_]+)[\s\t|]+([\w\.\-]+)/)  # This will exclude some vars
+            {                                      # like pid_file which we don't need
+               $vars{$1} = $2;
+               print "read_infile: save $1 = $2\n" if $op{debug};
+            }
+            else { print "read_infile: ignore '$_'\n" if $op{debug}; }
+
+            last if $1 eq 'wait_timeout';  # exit while() if end of vars
+            $_ = <INFILE>; # otherwise, read next line of vars
+         }
+      }
+      elsif($1 eq '=')  # old style, manually added system variable values
+      {
+         print "read_infile: start old vars\n" if $op{debug};
+
+         while($_ && $_ =~ /=/)
+         {
+            chomp;
+            if(/^\s*(\w+)\s*=\s*([0-9.]+)(M*)\s*$/)  # e.g.: key_buffer_size = 128M
+            {
+               $vars{$1} = ($3 ? $2 * 1024 * 1024 : $2);
+               print "read_infile: read '$_' as $1 = $vars{$1}\n" if $op{debug};
+            }
+            else { print "read_infile: ignore '$_'\n" if $op{debug}; }
+
+            $_ = <INFILE>; # otherwise, read next line of old vars
+         }
+
+         redo;
+      }
+      else
+      {
+         print "read_infile: unrecognized line: '$_'\n" if $op{debug};
+      }
+   }
+
+   close INFILE;
+
+   $real_uptime = $stats{'Uptime'};
+
+   $vars{'table_cache'} = $vars{'table_open_cache'} if exists $vars{'table_open_cache'};
+
+   get_MySQL_version();
+}
+
+sub get_MySQL_version
+{
+   print "get_MySQL_version\n" if $op{debug};
+
+   return if $MySQL_version;
+
+   my ($major, $minor, $patch);
+
+   if($op{'infile'} || $relative_infiles)
+   {
+      ($major, $minor, $patch) = ($vars{'version'} =~ /(\d{1,2})\.(\d{1,2})\.(\d{1,2})/);
+   }
+   else
+   {
+      my @row;
+
+      $query = $dbh->prepare("SHOW VARIABLES LIKE 'version';");
+      $query->execute();
+      @row = $query->fetchrow_array();
+      ($major, $minor, $patch) = ($row[1] =~ /(\d{1,2})\.(\d{1,2})\.(\d{1,2})/);
+   }
+
+   $MySQL_version = sprintf("%d%02d%02d", $major, $minor, $patch);
+
+   # Innodb_ status values were added in 5.0.2
+   if($MySQL_version < 50002)
+   {
+      $have_innodb_vals = 0;
+      print "get_MySQL_version: no InnoDB reports because MySQL version is older than 5.0.2\n" if $op{debug};
+   }
+}
+
+sub set_myisam_vals
+{
+   print "set_myisam_vals\n" if $op{debug};
+
+   $questions = $stats{'Questions'};
+
+   $key_read_ratio = sprintf "%.2f",
+                     ($stats{'Key_read_requests'} ?
+                      100 - ($stats{'Key_reads'} / $stats{'Key_read_requests'}) * 100 :
+                      0);
+
+   $key_write_ratio = sprintf "%.2f",
+                      ($stats{'Key_write_requests'} ?
+                       100 - ($stats{'Key_writes'} / $stats{'Key_write_requests'}) * 100 :
+                       0);
+
+   $key_cache_block_size = (defined $vars{'key_cache_block_size'} ?
+                            $vars{'key_cache_block_size'} :
+                            1024);
+
+   $key_buffer_used = $stats{'Key_blocks_used'} * $key_cache_block_size;
+
+   if(defined $stats{'Key_blocks_unused'}) # MySQL 4.1.2+
+   {
+      $key_buffer_usage =  $vars{'key_buffer_size'} -
+                           ($stats{'Key_blocks_unused'} * $key_cache_block_size);
+   }
+   else { $key_buffer_usage = -1; }
+
+   # Data Manipulation Statements: http://dev.mysql.com/doc/refman/5.0/en/data-manipulation.html
+   %DMS_vals =
+   (
+      SELECT  => $stats{'Com_select'},
+      INSERT  => $stats{'Com_insert'}  + $stats{'Com_insert_select'},
+      REPLACE => $stats{'Com_replace'} + $stats{'Com_replace_select'},
+      UPDATE  => $stats{'Com_update'}  +
+                 (exists $stats{'Com_update_multi'} ? $stats{'Com_update_multi'} : 0),
+      DELETE  => $stats{'Com_delete'}  +
+                 (exists $stats{'Com_delete_multi'} ? $stats{'Com_delete_multi'} : 0)
+   );
+
+   $dms = $DMS_vals{SELECT} + $DMS_vals{INSERT} + $DMS_vals{REPLACE} + $DMS_vals{UPDATE} + $DMS_vals{DELETE};
+
+   $slow_query_t = format_u_time($vars{long_query_time});
+
+}
+
+sub set_ib_vals
+{
+   print "set_ib_vals\n" if $op{debug};
+
+   $ib_bp_used  = ($stats{'Innodb_buffer_pool_pages_total'} -
+                   $stats{'Innodb_buffer_pool_pages_free'}) *
+                   $stats{'Innodb_page_size'};
+
+   $ib_bp_total = $stats{'Innodb_buffer_pool_pages_total'} * $stats{'Innodb_page_size'};
+
+   $ib_bp_read_ratio = sprintf "%.2f",
+                       ($stats{'Innodb_buffer_pool_read_requests'} ?
+                        100 - ($stats{'Innodb_buffer_pool_reads'} /
+                           $stats{'Innodb_buffer_pool_read_requests'}) * 100 :
+                        0);
+}
+
+sub write_relative_report
+{
+   print "write_relative_report\n" if $op{debug};
+
+   %stats_present = %stats;
+
+   for(keys %stats)
+   {
+      if($stats_past{$_} =~ /\d+/)
+      {
+         if($stats_present{$_} >= $stats_past{$_}) # Avoid negative values
+         {
+            $stats{$_} = $stats_present{$_} - $stats_past{$_};
+         }
+      }
+   }
+
+   # These values are either "at present" or "high water marks".
+   # Therefore, it is more logical to not relativize these values.
+   # Doing otherwise causes strange and misleading values.
+   $stats{'Key_blocks_used'}      = $stats_present{'Key_blocks_used'};
+   $stats{'Open_tables'}          = $stats_present{'Open_tables'};
+   $stats{'Max_used_connections'} = $stats_present{'Max_used_connections'};
+   $stats{'Threads_running'}      = $stats_present{'Threads_running'};
+   $stats{'Threads_connected'}    = $stats_present{'Threads_connected'};
+   $stats{'Threads_cached'}       = $stats_present{'Threads_cached'};
+   $stats{'Qcache_free_blocks'}   = $stats_present{'Qcache_free_blocks'};
+   $stats{'Qcache_total_blocks'}  = $stats_present{'Qcache_total_blocks'};
+   $stats{'Qcache_free_memory'}   = $stats_present{'Qcache_free_memory'};
+   if($have_innodb_vals)
+   {
+      $stats{'Innodb_page_size'}                 = $stats_present{'Innodb_page_size'};
+      $stats{'Innodb_buffer_pool_pages_data'}    = $stats_present{'Innodb_buffer_pool_pages_data'};
+      $stats{'Innodb_buffer_pool_pages_dirty'}   = $stats_present{'Innodb_buffer_pool_pages_dirty'};
+      $stats{'Innodb_buffer_pool_pages_free'}    = $stats_present{'Innodb_buffer_pool_pages_free'};
+      $stats{'Innodb_buffer_pool_pages_latched'} = $stats_present{'Innodb_buffer_pool_pages_latched'};
+      $stats{'Innodb_buffer_pool_pages_misc'}    = $stats_present{'Innodb_buffer_pool_pages_misc'};
+      $stats{'Innodb_buffer_pool_pages_total'}   = $stats_present{'Innodb_buffer_pool_pages_total'};
+      $stats{'Innodb_data_pending_fsyncs'}       = $stats_present{'Innodb_data_pending_fsyncs'};
+      $stats{'Innodb_data_pending_reads'}        = $stats_present{'Innodb_data_pending_reads'};
+      $stats{'Innodb_data_pending_writes'}       = $stats_present{'Innodb_data_pending_writes'};
+
+      # Innodb_row_lock_ values were added in MySQL 5.0.3
+      if($MySQL_version >= 50003)
+      {
+         $stats{'Innodb_row_lock_current_waits'} = $stats_present{'Innodb_row_lock_current_waits'};
+         $stats{'Innodb_row_lock_time_avg'}      = $stats_present{'Innodb_row_lock_time_avg'};
+         $stats{'Innodb_row_lock_time_max'}      = $stats_present{'Innodb_row_lock_time_max'};
+      }
+   }
+
+   get_Com_values();
+
+   %stats_past = %stats_present;
+
+   set_myisam_vals();
+   set_ib_vals() if $have_innodb_vals;
+
+   write_report();
+}
+
+sub write_report
+{
+   print "write_report\n" if $op{debug};
+
+   $~ = 'MYSQL_TIME', write;
+   $~ = 'KEY_BUFF_MAX', write;
+   if($key_buffer_usage != -1) { $~ = 'KEY_BUFF_USAGE', write }
+   $~ = 'KEY_RATIOS', write;
+   write_DTQ();
+   $~ = 'SLOW_DMS', write;
+   write_DMS();
+   write_Com();
+   $~ = 'SAS', write; 
+   write_qcache(); 
+   $~ = 'REPORT_END', write;
+   $~ = 'TAB', write;
+
+   write_InnoDB() if $have_innodb_vals;
+}
+
+sub sec_to_dhms # Seconds to days hours:minutes:seconds
+{
+   my $s = shift;
+   my ($d, $h, $m) = (0, 0, 0);
+
+   return '0 0:0:0' if $s <= 0;
+
+   if($s >= 86400)
+   {
+      $d = int $s / 86400;
+      $s -= $d * 86400;
+   }
+
+   if($s >= 3600)
+   {
+     $h = int $s / 3600;
+     $s -= $h * 3600;
+   }
+   
+   $m = int $s / 60;
+   $s -= $m * 60;
+   
+   return "$d $h:$m:$s";
+}
+
+sub make_short
+{
+   my ($number, $kb, $d) = @_;
+   my $n = 0;
+   my $short;
+
+   $d ||= 2;
+
+   if($kb) { while ($number > 1023) { $number /= 1024; $n++; }; }
+   else { while ($number > 999) { $number /= 1000; $n++; }; }
+
+   $short = sprintf "%.${d}f%s", $number, ('','k','M','G','T')[$n];
+   if($short =~ /^(.+)\.(00)$/) { return $1; } # 12.00 -> 12 but not 12.00k -> 12k
+
+   return $short;
+}
+
+# What began as a simple but great idea has become the new standard:
+# long_query_time in microseconds. For MySQL 5.1.21+ and 6.0.4+ this
+# is now standard. For 4.1 and 5.0 patches, the architects of this
+# idea provide: http://www.mysqlperformanceblog.com/mysql-patches/
+# Relevant notes in MySQL manual:
+# http://dev.mysql.com/doc/refman/5.1/en/slow-query-log.html
+# http://dev.mysql.com/doc/refman/6.0/en/slow-query-log.html
+#
+# The format_u_time sub simply beautifies long_query_time.
+
+sub format_u_time  # format microsecond (�) time value
+{
+   # 0.000000 - 0.000999 = 0 - 999 �
+   # 0.001000 - 0.999999 = 1 ms - 999.999 ms
+   # 1.000000 - n.nnnnnn = 1 s - n.nnnnn s
+
+   my $t = shift;
+   my $f;  # formatted � time
+   my $u = chr(($WIN ? 230 : 181));
+
+   $t = 0 if $t < 0;
+
+   if($t > 0 && $t <= 0.000999)
+   {
+      $f = ($t * 1000000) . " $u";
+   }
+   elsif($t >= 0.001000 && $t <= 0.999999)
+   {
+      $f = ($t * 1000) . ' ms';
+   }
+   elsif($t >= 1)
+   {
+      $f = ($t * 1) . ' s';  # * 1 to remove insignificant zeros
+   }
+   else
+   {
+      $f = 0;  # $t should = 0 at this point
+   }
+
+   return $f;
+}
+
+sub perc # Percentage
+{
+   my($is, $of) = @_;
+   $is = 0 if (not defined $is);
+   return sprintf "%.2f", ($is * 100) / ($of ||= 1);
+}
+
+sub t # Time average per second
+{
+   my $val = shift;
+   return 0 if !$val;
+   return(make_short($val / $stats{'Uptime'}, 0, 1));
+}
+
+sub email_report # Email given report to $op{'email'}
+{
+   print "email_report\n" if $op{debug};
+
+   return if $WIN;
+
+   my $report = shift;
+
+   open SENDMAIL, "|/usr/sbin/sendmail -t";
+   print SENDMAIL "From: mysqlreport\n";
+   print SENDMAIL "To: $op{email}\n";
+   print SENDMAIL "Subject: MySQL status report on " . ($mycnf{'host'} || 'localhost') . "\n\n";
+   print SENDMAIL `cat $report`;
+   close SENDMAIL;
+}
+
+sub cat_report # Print given report to screen
+{
+   print "cat_report\n" if $op{debug};
+
+   my $report = shift;
+   my @report;
+
+   open REPORT, "< $report";
+   @report = <REPORT>;
+   close REPORT;
+   print @report;
+}
+
+sub get_Com_values
+{
+   print "get_Com_values\n" if $op{debug};
+
+   %Com_vals = ();
+
+   # Make copy of just the Com_ values
+   for(keys %stats)
+   {
+      if(grep /^Com_/, $_ and $stats{$_} > 0)
+      {
+         /^Com_(.*)/;
+         $Com_vals{$1} = $stats{$_};
+      }
+   }
+
+   # Remove DMS values
+   delete $Com_vals{'select'};
+   delete $Com_vals{'insert'};
+   delete $Com_vals{'insert_select'};
+   delete $Com_vals{'replace'};
+   delete $Com_vals{'replace_select'};
+   delete $Com_vals{'update'};
+   delete $Com_vals{'update_multi'} if exists $Com_vals{'update_multi'};
+   delete $Com_vals{'delete'};
+   delete $Com_vals{'delete_multi'} if exists $Com_vals{'delete_multi'};
+}
+
+sub write_DTQ # Write DTQ report in descending order by values
+{
+   print "write_DTQ\n" if $op{debug};
+
+   $~ = 'DTQ';
+
+   my %DTQ;
+   my $first = 1;
+
+   # Total Com values
+   $stat_val = 0;
+   for(values %Com_vals) { $stat_val += $_; }
+   $DTQ{'Com_'} = $stat_val;
+
+   $DTQ{'DMS'}      = $dms;
+   $DTQ{'QC Hits'}  = $stats{'Qcache_hits'} if $stats{'Qcache_hits'} != 0;
+   $DTQ{'COM_QUIT'} = int (($stats{'Connections'} - 2) - ($stats{'Aborted_clients'} / 2));
+
+   $stat_val = 0;
+   for(values %DTQ) { $stat_val += $_; }
+   if($questions != $stat_val)
+   {
+      $DTQ{($questions > $stat_val ? '+Unknown' : '-Unknown')} = abs $questions - $stat_val;
+   }
+
+   for(sort { $DTQ{$b} <=> $DTQ{$a} } keys(%DTQ))
+   {
+      if($first) { $stat_label = '%Total:'; $first = 0; }
+      else       { $stat_label = ''; }
+
+      $stat_name = $_;
+      $stat_val  = $DTQ{$_};
+      write;
+   }
+}
+
+sub write_DMS # Write DMS report in descending order by values
+{
+   print "write_DMS\n" if $op{debug};
+
+   $~ = 'DMS';
+
+   for(sort { $DMS_vals{$b} <=> $DMS_vals{$a} } keys(%DMS_vals))
+   {
+      $stat_name = $_;
+      $stat_val  = $DMS_vals{$_};
+      write;
+   }
+}
+
+sub write_Com # Write COM report in descending order by values
+{
+   print "write_Com\n" if $op{debug};
+
+   my $i = $op{'com'};
+
+   $~ = 'COM_1';
+
+   # Total Com values and write first line of COM report
+   $stat_label = '%Total:' unless $op{'dtq'};
+   $stat_val   = 0;
+   for(values %Com_vals) { $stat_val += $_; }
+   write;
+
+   $~ = 'COM_2';
+
+   # Sort remaining Com values, print only the top $op{'com'} number of values
+   for(sort { $Com_vals{$b} <=> $Com_vals{$a} } keys(%Com_vals))
+   {
+      $stat_name = $_;
+      $stat_val  = $Com_vals{$_};
+      write;
+
+      last if !(--$i);
+   }
+}
+
+sub write_qcache
+{
+   print "write_qcache\n" if $op{debug};
+
+   # Query cache was added in 4.0.1, but have_query_cache was added in 4.0.2,
+   # ergo this method is slightly more reliable
+   return if not exists $vars{'query_cache_size'};
+   return if $vars{'query_cache_size'} == 0;
+
+   $qc_mem_used = $vars{'query_cache_size'} - $stats{'Qcache_free_memory'};
+   $qc_hi_r = sprintf "%.2f", $stats{'Qcache_hits'} / ($stats{'Qcache_inserts'} ||= 1);
+   $qc_ip_r = sprintf "%.2f", $stats{'Qcache_inserts'} / ($stats{'Qcache_lowmem_prunes'} ||= 1);
+
+   $~ = 'QCACHE';
+   write;
+}
+
+sub write_InnoDB
+{
+   print "write_InnoDB\n" if $op{debug};
+
+   return if not defined $stats{'Innodb_page_size'};
+
+   $stats{'Innodb_buffer_pool_pages_latched'} = 0 if not defined $stats{'Innodb_buffer_pool_pages_latched'};
+
+   $~ = 'IB';
+   write;
+
+   # Innodb_row_lock_ values were added in MySQL 5.0.3
+   if($MySQL_version >= 50003)
+   {
+      $~ = 'IB_LOCK';
+      write;
+   }
+
+   # Data, Pages, Rows
+   $~ = 'IB_DPR';
+   write;
+}
+
+sub have_op
+{
+   my $key = shift;
+   return 1 if (exists $op{$key} && $op{$key} ne '');
+   return 0;
+}
+
+sub sig_handler
+{
+   print "\nReceived signal at " , scalar localtime , "\n";
+   exit_tasks_and_cleanup();
+   exit;
+}
+
+sub exit_tasks_and_cleanup
+{
+   print "exit_tasks_and_cleanup\n" if $op{debug};
+
+   close $tmpfile_fh;
+   select STDOUT unless $op{'detach'};
+
+   email_report($tmpfile) if $op{'email'};
+
+   cat_report($tmpfile) unless $op{'detach'};
+
+   if($op{'outfile'})
+   {
+      if($WIN) { `move $tmpfile $op{outfile}`; }
+      else     { `mv $tmpfile $op{outfile}`;   }
+   }
+   else
+   {
+      if($WIN) { `del $tmpfile`;   }
+      else     { `rm -f $tmpfile`; }
+   }
+
+   if(!$op{'infile'} && !$relative_infiles)
+   {
+      if($op{'flush-status'})
+      {
+         $query = $dbh->prepare("FLUSH STATUS;");
+         $query->execute();
+      }
+
+      $query->finish();
+      $dbh->disconnect();
+   }
+}
+
+#
+# Formats
+#
+
+format MYSQL_TIME =
+MySQL @<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<  uptime @<<<<<<<<<<<   @>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
+$vars{'version'}, sec_to_dhms($real_uptime), (($op{infile} || $relative_infiles) ? '' : scalar localtime)
+.
+
+format KEY_BUFF_MAX =
+
+__ Key _________________________________________________________________
+Buffer used   @>>>>>> of @>>>>>>  %Used: @>>>>>
+make_short($key_buffer_used, 1), make_short($vars{'key_buffer_size'}, 1), perc($key_buffer_used, $vars{'key_buffer_size'})
+.
+
+format KEY_BUFF_USAGE =
+  Current     @>>>>>>            %Usage: @>>>>>
+make_short($key_buffer_usage, 1), perc($key_buffer_usage, $vars{'key_buffer_size'})
+.
+
+format KEY_RATIOS =
+Write hit     @>>>>>%
+$key_write_ratio
+Read hit      @>>>>>%
+$key_read_ratio
+
+__ Questions ___________________________________________________________
+Total       @>>>>>>>>  @>>>>>/s
+make_short($questions), t($questions)
+.
+
+format DTQ =
+  @<<<<<<<  @>>>>>>>>  @>>>>>/s  @>>>>>> @>>>>>
+$stat_name, make_short($stat_val), t($stat_val), $stat_label, perc($stat_val, $questions)
+.
+
+format SLOW_DMS =
+Slow @<<<<<<< @>>>>>>  @>>>>>/s          @>>>>>  %DMS: @>>>>>  Log: @>> 
+$slow_query_t, make_short($stats{'Slow_queries'}), t($stats{'Slow_queries'}), perc($stats{'Slow_queries'}, $questions), perc($stats{'Slow_queries'}, $dms), $vars{'log_slow_queries'}
+DMS         @>>>>>>>>  @>>>>>/s          @>>>>>
+make_short($dms), t($dms), perc($dms, $questions)
+.
+
+format DMS =
+  @<<<<<<<  @>>>>>>>>  @>>>>>/s          @>>>>>        @>>>>>
+$stat_name, make_short($stat_val), t($stat_val), perc($stat_val, $questions), perc($stat_val, $dms)
+.
+
+format COM_1 =
+Com_        @>>>>>>>>  @>>>>>/s          @>>>>>
+make_short($stat_val), t($stat_val), perc($stat_val, $questions)
+.
+
+format COM_2 =
+  @<<<<<<<<<< @>>>>>>  @>>>>>/s          @>>>>>
+$stat_name, make_short($stat_val), t($stat_val), perc($stat_val, $questions)
+.
+
+format SAS =
+
+__ SELECT and Sort _____________________________________________________
+Scan          @>>>>>>   @>>>>/s %SELECT: @>>>>>
+make_short($stats{'Select_scan'}), t($stats{'Select_scan'}), perc($stats{'Select_scan'}, $stats{'Com_select'})
+Range         @>>>>>>   @>>>>/s          @>>>>>
+make_short($stats{'Select_range'}), t($stats{'Select_range'}), perc($stats{'Select_range'}, $stats{'Com_select'})
+Full join     @>>>>>>   @>>>>/s          @>>>>>
+make_short($stats{'Select_full_join'}), t($stats{'Select_full_join'}), perc($stats{'Select_full_join'}, $stats{'Com_select'})
+Range check   @>>>>>>   @>>>>/s          @>>>>>
+make_short($stats{'Select_range_check'}), t($stats{'Select_range_check'}), perc($stats{'Select_range_check'}, $stats{'Com_select'})
+Full rng join @>>>>>>   @>>>>/s          @>>>>>
+make_short($stats{'Select_full_range_join'}), t($stats{'Select_full_range_join'}), perc($stats{'Select_full_range_join'}, $stats{'Com_select'})
+Sort scan     @>>>>>>   @>>>>/s
+make_short($stats{'Sort_scan'}), t($stats{'Sort_scan'})
+Sort range    @>>>>>>   @>>>>/s
+make_short($stats{'Sort_range'}), t($stats{'Sort_range'})
+Sort mrg pass @>>>>>>   @>>>>/s
+make_short($stats{'Sort_merge_passes'}), t($stats{'Sort_merge_passes'})
+.
+
+format QCACHE =
+
+__ Query Cache _________________________________________________________
+Memory usage  @>>>>>> of @>>>>>>  %Used: @>>>>>
+make_short($qc_mem_used, 1), make_short($vars{'query_cache_size'}, 1), perc($qc_mem_used, $vars{'query_cache_size'})
+Block Fragmnt @>>>>>%
+perc($stats{'Qcache_free_blocks'}, $stats{'Qcache_total_blocks'})
+Hits          @>>>>>>   @>>>>/s
+make_short($stats{'Qcache_hits'}), t($stats{'Qcache_hits'})
+Inserts       @>>>>>>   @>>>>/s
+make_short($stats{'Qcache_inserts'}), t($stats{'Qcache_inserts'})
+Insrt:Prune @>>>>>>:1   @>>>>/s
+make_short($qc_ip_r), t($stats{'Qcache_inserts'} - $stats{'Qcache_lowmem_prunes'})
+Hit:Insert  @>>>>>>:1
+$qc_hi_r, t($qc_hi_r)
+.
+
+# Not really the end...
+format REPORT_END =
+
+__ Table Locks _________________________________________________________
+Waited      @>>>>>>>>  @>>>>>/s  %Total: @>>>>>
+make_short($stats{'Table_locks_waited'}), t($stats{'Table_locks_waited'}), perc($stats{'Table_locks_waited'}, $stats{'Table_locks_waited'} + $stats{'Table_locks_immediate'});
+Immediate   @>>>>>>>>  @>>>>>/s
+make_short($stats{'Table_locks_immediate'}), t($stats{'Table_locks_immediate'})
+
+__ Tables ______________________________________________________________
+Open        @>>>>>>>> of @>>>    %Cache: @>>>>>
+$stats{'Open_tables'}, $vars{'table_cache'}, perc($stats{'Open_tables'}, $vars{'table_cache'})
+Opened      @>>>>>>>>  @>>>>>/s
+make_short($stats{'Opened_tables'}), t($stats{'Opened_tables'})
+
+__ Connections _________________________________________________________
+Max used    @>>>>>>>> of @>>>      %Max: @>>>>>
+$stats{'Max_used_connections'}, $vars{'max_connections'}, perc($stats{'Max_used_connections'}, $vars{'max_connections'})
+Total       @>>>>>>>>  @>>>>>/s
+make_short($stats{'Connections'}), t($stats{'Connections'})
+
+__ Created Temp ________________________________________________________
+Disk table  @>>>>>>>>  @>>>>>/s
+make_short($stats{'Created_tmp_disk_tables'}), t($stats{'Created_tmp_disk_tables'})
+Table       @>>>>>>>>  @>>>>>/s    Size: @>>>>>
+make_short($stats{'Created_tmp_tables'}), t($stats{'Created_tmp_tables'}), make_short($vars{'tmp_table_size'}, 1, 1)
+File        @>>>>>>>>  @>>>>>/s
+make_short($stats{'Created_tmp_files'}), t($stats{'Created_tmp_files'})
+.
+
+format TAB =
+
+__ Threads _____________________________________________________________
+Running     @>>>>>>>> of @>>>
+$stats{'Threads_running'}, $stats{'Threads_connected'}
+Cached      @>>>>>>>> of @>>>      %Hit: @>>>>>
+$stats{'Threads_cached'}, $vars{'thread_cache_size'}, make_short(100 - perc($stats{'Threads_created'}, $stats{'Connections'}))
+Created     @>>>>>>>>  @>>>>>/s
+make_short($stats{'Threads_created'}), t($stats{'Threads_created'})
+Slow        @>>>>>>>>  @>>>>>/s
+$stats{'Slow_launch_threads'}, t($stats{'Slow_launch_threads'})
+
+__ Aborted _____________________________________________________________
+Clients     @>>>>>>>>  @>>>>>/s
+make_short($stats{'Aborted_clients'}), t($stats{'Aborted_clients'})
+Connects    @>>>>>>>>  @>>>>>/s
+make_short($stats{'Aborted_connects'}), t($stats{'Aborted_connects'})
+
+__ Bytes _______________________________________________________________
+Sent        @>>>>>>>>  @>>>>>/s
+make_short($stats{'Bytes_sent'}), t($stats{'Bytes_sent'})
+Received    @>>>>>>>>  @>>>>>/s
+make_short($stats{'Bytes_received'}), t($stats{'Bytes_received'})
+.
+
+format IB =
+
+__ InnoDB Buffer Pool __________________________________________________
+Usage         @>>>>>> of @>>>>>>  %Used: @>>>>>
+make_short($ib_bp_used, 1), make_short($ib_bp_total, 1), perc($ib_bp_used, $ib_bp_total)
+Read hit      @>>>>>%
+$ib_bp_read_ratio;
+Pages
+  Free      @>>>>>>>>            %Total: @>>>>>
+make_short($stats{'Innodb_buffer_pool_pages_free'}), perc($stats{'Innodb_buffer_pool_pages_free'}, $stats{'Innodb_buffer_pool_pages_total'})
+  Data      @>>>>>>>>                    @>>>>> %Drty: @>>>>>
+make_short($stats{'Innodb_buffer_pool_pages_data'}), perc($stats{'Innodb_buffer_pool_pages_data'}, $stats{'Innodb_buffer_pool_pages_total'}), perc($stats{'Innodb_buffer_pool_pages_dirty'}, $stats{'Innodb_buffer_pool_pages_data'})
+  Misc      @>>>>>>>>                    @>>>>>
+  $stats{'Innodb_buffer_pool_pages_misc'}, perc($stats{'Innodb_buffer_pool_pages_misc'}, $stats{'Innodb_buffer_pool_pages_total'})
+  Latched   @>>>>>>>>                    @>>>>>
+$stats{'Innodb_buffer_pool_pages_latched'}, perc($stats{'Innodb_buffer_pool_pages_latched'}, $stats{'Innodb_buffer_pool_pages_total'})
+Reads       @>>>>>>>>  @>>>>>/s  
+make_short($stats{'Innodb_buffer_pool_read_requests'}), t($stats{'Innodb_buffer_pool_read_requests'})
+  From file @>>>>>>>>  @>>>>>/s          @>>>>>
+make_short($stats{'Innodb_buffer_pool_reads'}), t($stats{'Innodb_buffer_pool_reads'}), perc($stats{'Innodb_buffer_pool_reads'}, $stats{'Innodb_buffer_pool_read_requests'})
+  Ahead Rnd @>>>>>>>>  @>>>>>/s
+$stats{'Innodb_buffer_pool_read_ahead_rnd'}, t($stats{'Innodb_buffer_pool_read_ahead_rnd'})
+  Ahead Sql @>>>>>>>>  @>>>>>/s
+$stats{'Innodb_buffer_pool_read_ahead_seq'}, t($stats{'Innodb_buffer_pool_read_ahead_seq'})
+Writes      @>>>>>>>>  @>>>>>/s
+make_short($stats{'Innodb_buffer_pool_write_requests'}), t($stats{'Innodb_buffer_pool_write_requests'})
+Flushes     @>>>>>>>>  @>>>>>/s
+make_short($stats{'Innodb_buffer_pool_pages_flushed'}), t($stats{'Innodb_buffer_pool_pages_flushed'})
+Wait Free   @>>>>>>>>  @>>>>>/s
+$stats{'Innodb_buffer_pool_wait_free'}, t($stats{'Innodb_buffer_pool_wait_free'})
+.
+
+format IB_LOCK =
+
+__ InnoDB Lock _________________________________________________________
+Waits       @>>>>>>>>  @>>>>>/s
+$stats{'Innodb_row_lock_waits'}, t($stats{'Innodb_row_lock_waits'})
+Current     @>>>>>>>>
+$stats{'Innodb_row_lock_current_waits'}
+Time acquiring
+  Total     @>>>>>>>> ms
+$stats{'Innodb_row_lock_time'}
+  Average   @>>>>>>>> ms
+$stats{'Innodb_row_lock_time_avg'}
+  Max       @>>>>>>>> ms
+$stats{'Innodb_row_lock_time_max'}
+.
+
+format IB_DPR =
+
+__ InnoDB Data, Pages, Rows ____________________________________________
+Data
+  Reads     @>>>>>>>>  @>>>>>/s
+make_short($stats{'Innodb_data_reads'}), t($stats{'Innodb_data_reads'})
+  Writes    @>>>>>>>>  @>>>>>/s
+make_short($stats{'Innodb_data_writes'}), t($stats{'Innodb_data_writes'})
+  fsync     @>>>>>>>>  @>>>>>/s
+make_short($stats{'Innodb_data_fsyncs'}), t($stats{'Innodb_data_fsyncs'})
+  Pending
+    Reads   @>>>>>>>>
+$stats{'Innodb_data_pending_reads'}, t($stats{'Innodb_data_pending_reads'})
+    Writes  @>>>>>>>>
+$stats{'Innodb_data_pending_writes'}, t($stats{'Innodb_data_pending_writes'})
+    fsync   @>>>>>>>>
+$stats{'Innodb_data_pending_fsyncs'}, t($stats{'Innodb_data_pending_fsyncs'})
+
+Pages
+  Created   @>>>>>>>>  @>>>>>/s
+make_short($stats{'Innodb_pages_created'}), t($stats{'Innodb_pages_created'})
+  Read      @>>>>>>>>  @>>>>>/s
+make_short($stats{'Innodb_pages_read'}), t($stats{'Innodb_pages_read'})
+  Written   @>>>>>>>>  @>>>>>/s
+make_short($stats{'Innodb_pages_written'}), t($stats{'Innodb_pages_written'})
+
+Rows
+  Deleted   @>>>>>>>>  @>>>>>/s
+make_short($stats{'Innodb_rows_deleted'}), t($stats{'Innodb_rows_deleted'})
+  Inserted  @>>>>>>>>  @>>>>>/s
+make_short($stats{'Innodb_rows_inserted'}), t($stats{'Innodb_rows_inserted'})
+  Read      @>>>>>>>>  @>>>>>/s
+make_short($stats{'Innodb_rows_read'}), t($stats{'Innodb_rows_read'})
+  Updated   @>>>>>>>>  @>>>>>/s
+make_short($stats{'Innodb_rows_updated'}), t($stats{'Innodb_rows_updated'})
+.

=== added file 'storage/xtradb/build/debian/additions/mysqlreport.1'
--- a/storage/xtradb/build/debian/additions/mysqlreport.1	1970-01-01 00:00:00 +0000
+++ b/storage/xtradb/build/debian/additions/mysqlreport.1	2010-01-26 18:02:46 +0000
@@ -0,0 +1,180 @@
+.TH "mysqlreport" "1" "2.5 2006-09-01 (docrev 2006-05-19)" "Daniel Nichter" "MYSQL"
+.SH "NAME"
+.LP 
+mysqlreport \- Makes a friendly report of important MySQL status values
+.SH "SYNTAX"
+.LP 
+mysqlreport [\fIoptions\fP]
+.SH "DESCRIPTION"
+.LP 
+mysqlreport makes a friendly report of important MySQL status values. Actually,
+it makes a friendly report of nearly every status value from SHOW STATUS.
+Unlike SHOW STATUS which simply dumps over 100 values to screen in one long
+list, mysqlreport interprets and formats the values and presents the basic
+values and many more inferred values in a human\-readable format. Numerous
+example reports are available at the mysqlreport web page at
+http://hackmysql.com/mysqlreport.
+
+The benefit of mysqlreport is that it allows you to very quickly see a wide
+array of performance indicators for your MySQL server which would otherwise
+need to be calculated by hand from all the various SHOW STATUS values. For
+example, the Index Read Ratio is an important value but it's not present in
+SHOW STATUS; it's an inferred value (the ratio of Key_reads to
+Key_read_requests).
+
+This documentation outlines all the command line options in mysqlreport, most
+of which control which reports are printed. This document does not address
+how to interpret these reports; that topic is covered in the document Guide
+To Understanding mysqlreport at http://hackmysql.com/mysqlreportguide.
+
+.SH "OPTIONS"
+Technically, command line options are in the form \-\-option, but \-option works
+too. All options can be abbreviated if the abbreviation is unique. For example,
+option \-\-host can be abbreviated \-\-ho but not \-\-h because \-\-h is ambiguous: it
+could mean \-\-host or \-\-help.
+
+.LP 
+
+.TP 
+\fB\-\-help\fR
+Output help information and exit.
+
+.TP 
+\fB\-\-user USER\fR
+
+.TP 
+\fB\-\-password\fR
+As of version 2.3 \-\-password can take the password on the
+command line like "\-\-password FOO". Using \-\-password
+alone without giving a password on the command line
+causes mysqlreport to prompt for a password.
+
+.TP 
+\fB\-\-host ADDRESS\fR
+
+.TP 
+\fB\-\-port PORT\fR
+
+.TP
+\fB\-\-socket SOCKET\fR
+
+.TP 
+\fB\-\-no\-mycnf\fR
+\-\-no\-mycnf makes mysqlreport not read ~/.my.cnf which it does by default
+otherwise. \-\-user and \-\-password always override values from ~/.my.cnf.
+
+.TP 
+\fB\-\-dtq\fR
+Print Distribution of Total Queries (DTQ) report (under
+Total in Questions report). Queries (or Questions) can
+be divided into four main areas: DMS (see \-\-dms below),
+Com_ (see \-\-com below), COM_QUIT (see COM_QUIT and
+Questions at http://hackmysql.com/com_quit), and
+Unknown. \-\-dtq lists the number of queries in each of
+these areas in descending order.
+
+.TP 
+\fB\-\-dms\fR
+Print Data Manipulation Statements (DMS) report (under
+DMS in Questions report). DMS are those from the MySQL
+manual section 13.2. Data Manipulation Statements.
+(Currently, mysqlreport considers only SELECT, INSERT,
+REPLACE, UPDATE, and DELETE.) Each DMS is listed in
+descending order by count.
+
+.TP 
+\fB\-\-com N\fR
+Print top N number of non\-DMS Com_ status values in
+descending order (after DMS in Questions report). If N
+is not given, default is 3. Such non\-DMS Com_ values
+include Com_change_db, Com_show_tables, Com_rollback,
+etc.
+
+.TP 
+\fB\-\-sas\fR
+Print report for Select_ and Sort_ status values (after
+Questions report). See MySQL Select and Sort Status
+Variables at http://hackmysql.com/selectandsort.
+
+.TP
+\fB\-\-tab\fR
+Print Threads, Aborted, and Bytes status reports (after
+Created temp report). As of mysqlreport v2.3 the
+Threads report reports on all Threads_ status values.
+
+.TP
+\fB\-\-qcache\fR
+Print Query Cache report.
+.TP
+\fB\-\-all\fR
+Equivalent to "\-\-dtq \-\-dms \-\-com 3 \-\-sas \-\-qcache".
+(Notice \-\-tab is not invoked by \-\-all.)
+
+.TP
+\fB\-\-infile FILE\fR
+Instead of getting SHOW STATUS values from MySQL, read
+values from FILE. FILE is often a copy of the output of
+SHOW STATUS including formatting characters (|, +, \-).
+mysqlreport expects FILE to have the format
+" value number " where value is only alpha and
+underscore characters (A\-Z and _) and number is a
+positive integer. Anything before, between, or after
+value and number is ignored. mysqlreport also needs
+the following MySQL server variables: version,
+table_cache, max_connections, key_buffer_size,
+query_cache_size. These values can be specified in
+INFILE in the format "name = value" where name is one
+of the aforementioned server variables and value is a
+positive integer with or without a trailing M and
+possible periods (for version). For example, to specify
+an 18M key_buffer_size: key_buffer_size = 18M. Or, a
+256 table_cache: table_cache = 256. The M implies
+Megabytes not million, so 18M means 18,874,368 not
+18,000,000. If these server variables are not specified
+the following defaults are used (respectively) which
+may cause strange values to be reported: 0.0.0, 64,
+100, 8M, 0.
+
+.TP
+\fB\-\-outfile FILE\fR  
+After printing the report to screen, print the report
+to FILE too. Internally, mysqlreport always writes the
+report to a temp file first: /tmp/mysqlreport.PID on
+*nix, c:\mysqlreport.PID on Windows (PID is the
+script's process ID). Then it prints the temp file to
+screen. Then if \-\-outfile is specified, the temp file
+is copied to OUTFILE. After \-\-email (below), the temp
+file is deleted.
+
+.TP
+\fB\-\-email ADDRESS\fR
+After printing the report to screen, email the report
+to ADDRESS. This option requires sendmail in
+/usr/sbin/, therefore it does not work on Windows.
+/usr/sbin/sendmail can be a sym link to qmail, for
+example, or any MTA that emulates sendmail's \-t
+command line option and operation. The FROM: field is
+"mysqlreport", SUBJECT: is "MySQL status report".
+
+.TP
+\fB\-\-flush\-status\fR
+Execute a "FLUSH STATUS;" after generating the reports.
+If you do not have permissions in MySQL to do this an
+error from DBD::mysql::st will be printed after the
+reports.
+
+.SH "AUTHORS"
+.LP 
+Daniel Nichter
+
+If mysqlreport breaks, send me a message from 
+http://hackmysql.com/feedback 
+with the error.
+
+.SH "SEE ALSO"
+.LP 
+mytop(1)
+.LP
+The comprehensive Guide To Understanding mysqlreport at 
+http://hackmysql.com/mysqlreportguide.
+

=== added file 'storage/xtradb/build/debian/additions/mysqltest.1'
--- a/storage/xtradb/build/debian/additions/mysqltest.1	1970-01-01 00:00:00 +0000
+++ b/storage/xtradb/build/debian/additions/mysqltest.1	2010-01-26 18:02:46 +0000
@@ -0,0 +1,16 @@
+.TH mysql 1 "17 March 2003" "MySQL 3.23" "MySQL database"
+.SH NAME
+mysqltest \- Regressiontest program for MySQL.
+.SH SYNOPSIS
+mysqltest [options]
+.SH DESCRIPTION
+Runs a test against the mysql server and compares output with a results file.
+
+For more information start the program with '--help'.
+.SH "SEE ALSO"
+mysql (1), mysqld (1)
+.SH AUTHOR
+This manpage was written by Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>.
+
+MySQL is available at http://www.mysql.com/.
+.\" end of man page

=== added file 'storage/xtradb/build/debian/additions/pack_isam.1'
--- a/storage/xtradb/build/debian/additions/pack_isam.1	1970-01-01 00:00:00 +0000
+++ b/storage/xtradb/build/debian/additions/pack_isam.1	2010-01-26 18:02:46 +0000
@@ -0,0 +1,19 @@
+.TH mysql 1 "17 March 2003" "MySQL 3.23" "MySQL database"
+.SH NAME
+myisampack \- Compresses MySQL database files.
+.SH SYNOPSIS
+myisampack [options]
+.SH DESCRIPTION
+Pack a ISAM-table to take much smaller space
+Keys are not updated, so you must run isamchk -rq on any table
+that has keys after you have compressed it
+You should give the .ISM file as the filename argument
+
+For more information start the program with '--help'.
+.SH "SEE ALSO"
+mysql (1), mysqld (1)
+.SH AUTHOR
+This manpage was written by Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>.
+
+MySQL is available at http://www.mysql.com/.
+.\" end of man page

=== added file 'storage/xtradb/build/debian/additions/resolve_stack_dump.1'
--- a/storage/xtradb/build/debian/additions/resolve_stack_dump.1	1970-01-01 00:00:00 +0000
+++ b/storage/xtradb/build/debian/additions/resolve_stack_dump.1	2010-01-26 18:02:46 +0000
@@ -0,0 +1,16 @@
+.TH mysql 1 "17 March 2003" "MySQL 3.23" "MySQL database"
+.SH NAME
+resolve_stack_dump \- MySQL helper program for reporting bugs.
+.SH SYNOPSIS
+resolve_stack_dump [options]
+.SH DESCRIPTION
+Resolve numeric stack strace dump into symbols.
+
+For more information start the program with '--help'.
+.SH "SEE ALSO"
+mysql (1), mysqld (1)
+.SH AUTHOR
+This manpage was written by Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>.
+
+MySQL is available at http://www.mysql.com/.
+.\" end of man page

=== added file 'storage/xtradb/build/debian/additions/resolveip.1'
--- a/storage/xtradb/build/debian/additions/resolveip.1	1970-01-01 00:00:00 +0000
+++ b/storage/xtradb/build/debian/additions/resolveip.1	2010-01-26 18:02:46 +0000
@@ -0,0 +1,16 @@
+.TH mysql 1 "17 March 2003" "MySQL 3.23" "MySQL database"
+.SH NAME
+resolveip \- MySQL helper program to retrive IP addresses.
+.SH SYNOPSIS
+resolveip [options]
+.SH DESCRIPTION
+Get hostname based on IP-address or IP-address based on hostname.
+
+For more information start the program with '--help'.
+.SH "SEE ALSO"
+mysql (1), mysqld (1)
+.SH AUTHOR
+This manpage was written by Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>.
+
+MySQL is available at http://www.mysql.com/.
+.\" end of man page

=== added file 'storage/xtradb/build/debian/changelog'
--- a/storage/xtradb/build/debian/changelog	1970-01-01 00:00:00 +0000
+++ b/storage/xtradb/build/debian/changelog	2010-02-18 23:51:40 +0000
@@ -0,0 +1,4186 @@
+percona-xtradb-dfsg-5.1 (5.1.36-1) experimental; urgency=low
+
+  [TODO]
+  * Link libmysqlclient.so to libmysqlclient_r.so to help applications
+    like Apache where some modules, like libaprutil, want to use the thread
+    safe library and some, like PHP, do not. As the client library just copies
+    data between client and server, we do not expect significant performance
+    losses. (thanks to Stefan Fritsch). Closes: #450535
+    
+    Add the following to libmysqlclient16.links: 
+    usr/lib/libmysqlclient_r.so.16.0.0 usr/lib/libmysqlclient.so.16.0.0
+
+  * Ex-maintainer upload :)
+  * New upstream release.
+  * SECURITY: Upstream fix for "mysql client does not escape strings in 
+    --html mode." (CVE-2008-4456) Closes: #526254
+  * Upstream fixes REPEAT() function. Closes: #447028
+  * Upstream fixes problems when mixing ORDER and GROUP BY. Closes: #470854
+  * There were many innodb fixes in the last two years, probably
+    also for this unreproducible crash. CLoses: #447713
+  * Removed amd64 specific -fPIC compiler option that was introduced
+    especially for building the NDB cluster module which is no longer
+    part of this package (thanks to Modestas Vainius). Closes: #508406
+  * Put /etc/mysql/conf.d to mysql-server-5.1.dirs (thanks to Alexander 
+    Gerasiov). Closes: #515145
+  * Fixed mysql-test suite by adding 50_mysql-test__db_test.dpatch.
+    It now passes 100% of the tests again. Also Closes: #533999
+  * Preinst now prevents Installation if NDB configuration is detected.
+  * Applied Ubuntu patch that fixes privilege bootstrapping in postinst
+    (thanks to Mathias Gug). Closes: #535492
+  * Applied Ubuntu patch that sets the debconf prio for the root password
+    question to high and prevents it from being asked on 5.0 -> 5.1 upgrades
+    (thanks to Mathias Gug). Closes: #535500
+  * Removed the check for ISAM tables as the only supported upgrade path is
+    from lenny's MySQL-5.0.
+  * Added /etc/mysql/conf.d/mysqld_safe_syslog.cnf which enables mysqld_safe
+    to pipe all mysqld output into the syslog. The reason for not letting dpkg
+    handle it via a normal config file change was that my.cnf is usually
+    heavily tuned by the admin so the setting would go lost too easily.
+  * Updated mysqlreport to version 3.5 (including two minor patches by me).
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Wed, 01 Jul 2009 20:54:58 +0200
+
+mysql-dfsg-5.1 (5.1.34-1) experimental; urgency=low
+
+  * New upstream release.
+
+ -- Norbert Tretkowski <nobse@xxxxxxxxxx>  Mon, 20 Apr 2009 20:23:10 +0200
+
+mysql-dfsg-5.1 (5.1.33-2) experimental; urgency=low
+
+  * Remove no longer active developers from uploaders field.
+  * Drop workaround for upgrades from MySQL 3.23, not necessary any more.
+
+ -- Norbert Tretkowski <nobse@xxxxxxxxxx>  Tue, 07 Apr 2009 11:23:25 +0200
+
+mysql-dfsg-5.1 (5.1.33-1) experimental; urgency=low
+
+  * New upstream release.
+
+ -- Norbert Tretkowski <nobse@xxxxxxxxxx>  Thu, 02 Apr 2009 21:12:23 +0200
+
+mysql-dfsg-5.1 (5.1.32-1) experimental; urgency=low
+
+  * New upstream release.
+
+ -- Norbert Tretkowski <nobse@xxxxxxxxxx>  Fri, 06 Mar 2009 18:48:23 +0100
+
+mysql-dfsg-5.1 (5.1.31-2) experimental; urgency=low
+
+  * Update SSL certificates, and re-enable SSL related tests when running
+    the testsuite.
+
+ -- Norbert Tretkowski <nobse@xxxxxxxxxx>  Tue, 10 Feb 2009 16:08:42 +0100
+
+mysql-dfsg-5.1 (5.1.31-1) experimental; urgency=low
+
+  * New upstream release.
+
+ -- Norbert Tretkowski <nobse@xxxxxxxxxx>  Sun, 08 Feb 2009 17:07:11 +0100
+
+mysql-dfsg-5.1 (5.1.30-2) experimental; urgency=low
+
+  * Drop MySQL Cluster support, it's deprecated since 5.1.24-RC.
+  * Fix FTBFS if build twice in a row. (closes: #487091)
+
+ -- Norbert Tretkowski <nobse@xxxxxxxxxx>  Fri, 05 Dec 2008 21:04:55 +0100
+
+mysql-dfsg-5.1 (5.1.30-1) experimental; urgency=low
+
+  * New upstream release.
+
+ -- Norbert Tretkowski <nobse@xxxxxxxxxx>  Thu, 27 Nov 2008 09:09:55 +0100
+
+mysql-dfsg-5.1 (5.1.29rc-1) experimental; urgency=low
+
+  * New upstream release.
+
+ -- Norbert Tretkowski <nobse@xxxxxxxxxx>  Mon, 27 Oct 2008 20:00:43 +0100
+
+mysql-dfsg-5.1 (5.1.26rc-1) experimental; urgency=low
+
+  * New upstream release.
+
+ -- Norbert Tretkowski <nobse@xxxxxxxxxx>  Mon, 14 Jul 2008 21:46:59 +0200
+
+mysql-dfsg-5.1 (5.1.25rc-1) experimental; urgency=low
+
+  * New upstream release.
+
+ -- Norbert Tretkowski <nobse@xxxxxxxxxx>  Sat, 21 Jun 2008 13:55:02 +0200
+
+mysql-dfsg-5.1 (5.1.24rc-1) experimental; urgency=low
+
+  * New upstream release.
+  * Ignore errors in testsuite on ia64 and s390.
+
+ -- Norbert Tretkowski <nobse@xxxxxxxxxx>  Wed, 16 Apr 2008 22:03:44 +0200
+
+mysql-dfsg-5.1 (5.1.23rc-1) experimental; urgency=low
+
+  * New upstream release.
+
+  [ Christian Hammers ]
+  * Add PIC support for NDB libraries on amd64 (thanks to Monty Taylor).
+  * Add extra information when aborting due to a detected downgrade (thanks to
+    Raphael Pinson).
+  * Move libndbclient.so.3 to its own package as it now has a version != 0
+    (thanks to Raphael Pinson for reminding me).
+
+  [ Monty Taylor ]
+  * Remove 85_ndb__staticlib.dpatch since we have a libndbclient package now.
+  * Add myself to the uploaders so that I don't get complaints about package
+    signing.
+  * Add libndbclient-dev package to go with libndbclient3.
+
+  [ Norbert Tretkowski ]
+  * Update patches:
+    + 41_scripts__mysql_install_db.sh__no_test.dpatch
+  * Drop patches:
+    + 70_upstream_debian__configure.dpatch
+    + 71_upstream_debian__Makefile.in.dpatch
+    + 99_TEMP_minmax.dpatch
+  * Remove Adam Conrad from uploaders on his request. Thanks for your work in
+    the past!
+  * Ignore errors in testsuite on amd64 and i386.
+
+ -- Norbert Tretkowski <nobse@xxxxxxxxxx>  Fri, 29 Feb 2008 10:38:27 +0100
+
+mysql-dfsg-5.1 (5.1.22rc-1) experimental; urgency=low
+
+  * New upstream version.
+  * Let mysql-server-5.1 pre-depend on debconf as it uses it in the preinst.
+  * Fixed mysql-client-5.1 menu entry for upcoming menu policy 1.4.
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Tue, 02 Oct 2007 22:45:37 +0200
+
+mysql-dfsg-5.1 (5.1.21beta-1) experimental; urgency=low
+
+  * My "Greetings from FrOSCon!" release.
+  * New upstream version.
+  * libmysqlclient.so.15 has been superseded by libmysqlclient.so.16.
+  * Renamed libmysqlclient15-dev to libmysqlclient-dev but added an empty
+    package libmysqlclient15-dev to ease the transition for packages with
+    a versioned build-dep to libmysqlclient15-dev which is something that
+    currently does not work with "Provides:".
+  * Synced with 5.0 branch up to subversion release r909.
+  * Commented out most of the compile conditionals in the hope that
+    all architectures can be build the same way.
+  * Added a lot of new binaries and manpages.
+  * Switched to plugin based engines.
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Sat, 25 Aug 2007 14:24:40 +0200
+
+mysql-dfsg-5.1 (5.1.19beta-1) experimental; urgency=low
+
+  * New upstream release.
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Mon, 11 Jun 2007 23:18:35 +0200
+
+mysql-dfsg-5.1 (5.1.16beta-4) experimental; urgency=high
+
+  * Merged with 5.0 r850:
+    * SECURITY:
+      In some previous versions mysql_install_db was not idempotent and did
+      always create passwordless root accounts although it should only on
+      initial installs (thanks to Olaf van der Spek). Closes: #418672
+    * Added check for passwordless root accounts to debian-start.
+    * As MySQL-5.0 is, at least currently, incompatible with Kernel 2.4 the
+      installation is aborted for such old kernels. Debian Etch does not
+      support them anyway according to the release notes but this might be 
+      unexpected and many production servers still have self build ones 
+      installed (thanks to Marc-Christian Petersen). See: #416841
+    * Adjusted TeX build-deps to texlive.
+    * Added innotop. 
+    * Changed maintainer email address to
+      pkg-mysql-commits@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx 
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Thu, 19 Apr 2007 19:29:29 +0200
+
+mysql-dfsg-5.1 (5.1.16beta-3) experimental; urgency=low
+
+  * Merged with 5.0 r837:
+    * Activated the blackhole engine as it's needed for replicating partition
+      designs (thanks to Cyril SCETBON). 
+    * Fixed segfault on i486 systems without cpuid instruction (thanks to
+      Lennart Sorensen). Closes: #410474
+    * Only use of the non-essential debconf package in postrm if it is
+      still installed (thanks to Michael Ablassmeier). Closes: #416838
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Sun, 18 Mar 2007 21:48:11 +0100
+
+mysql-dfsg-5.1 (5.1.16beta-2) experimental; urgency=low
+
+  * Merged with 5.0 r818:
+    * Fixed FTBFS on Sparc introduced with the "make -j" trick in
+      5.0.32-8 (thanks to Frank Lichtenheld). Closes: #415026
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Sun, 18 Mar 2007 21:20:11 +0100
+
+mysql-dfsg-5.1 (5.1.16beta-1) experimental; urgency=low
+
+  * New upstream release. 
+    * SECURITY: Using an INFORMATION_SCHEMA table with ORDER BY in a subquery
+      could cause a server crash (CVE-2007-1420).
+    * Added temporary patch 90_TEMP_sqlparse-ifdef to avoid build problems.
+  * Merged with 5.0 r809:
+    * Updated mysqlreport to latest upstream (and patched --help usage
+      message and "return if qcache_size==0").
+  * Merged with 5.0 r798:
+    * Adapt MAKE_J to use the -j option with the number of available
+      processors. (thanks to Raphael Pinson).
+  * Merged with 5.0 r758:
+    * Changed minimum required version in dh_makeshlibs to 5.0.27-1 as
+      5.0.26 had an ABI breakage in it!
+      This is the cause for Perl programs crashing with the following error: 
+      Transactions not supported by database at /usr/lib/perl5/DBI.pm line 672
+    * Added some more comments to the default my.cnf.
+    * Added support for /etc/mysql/conf.d/.
+    * The debian-start script that runs on every server start now first upgrades
+      the system tables (if neccessary) and then check them as it sometimes did
+      not work the other way around (e.g. for MediaWiki). The script now uses 
+      mysql_update instead of mysql_update_script as recommended. See: 409780
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Fri,  2 Mar 2007 01:00:55 +0100
+
+mysql-dfsg-5.1 (5.1.15beta-1) experimental; urgency=low
+
+  * New upstream release.
+  [Monty Taylor]
+  * Removed patches/25_mysys__default.c - fixed upstream.
+  * Removed patches/26_client__mysql_upgrade.c - fixed upstream.
+  * Removed patches/29_scripts__mysqlbug.sh - fixed upstream.
+  * Removed patches/39_scripts__mysqld_safe.sh__port_dir - fixed upstream.
+  * Removed patches/42_scripts__mysqldumpslow__slowdir - fixed upstream.
+  * Removed patches/45_warn-CLI-passwords - fixed upstream.
+  * Removed patches/89_ndb__records.dpatch - fixed upstream.
+  * Removed patches/86_ndbapi_tc_selection.dpatch - fixed upstream.
+  [Christian Hammers]
+  * Synced with 5.0.32-4.
+    * mysql-server-5.0 pre-depends on adduser now and has --disabled-login
+      explicitly added to be on the safe side (thanks to the puiparts team).
+      Closes: #408362
+    * Corrections the terminology regarding NDB in the comments of all config
+      files and init scripts (thanks to Geert Vanderkelen of MySQL).
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Wed,  7 Feb 2007 11:34:52 -0200
+
+mysql-dfsg-5.1 (5.1.14beta-2) experimental; urgency=low
+
+  [Christian Hammers]
+  * Readded 85_ndb__staticlib.dpatch with slight modifications. 
+  * Backported debian-start scripts from 5.0.
+  [Monty Taylor]
+  * Now build-depends on bison.
+  * Updated to standards 3.7.2.
+  * Removed references to comp_err.
+  * build-depend on automake1.9 to match upstream 
+  * Merged runlevel changes from 5.0.
+  * Added 26_client__mysql_upgrade.c.dpatch to fix a segfault in mysql_upgrade
+    when using a password. It's been fixed upstream in 5.1.15. 
+  * Moved BDB check to sanity_checks() and added a note about deprecation.
+  * Use my_print_defaults instead of mysqld --print-defaults
+  * Changed NDB Data and Management node startup seqence. Prevented both
+    from restarting on upgrade to address rolling upgrade issues.
+  * Added a "start-initial" option to the Data Node init script to support
+    initial node starts.
+  * Added 86_ndbapi_tc_selection.dpatch to fix a bug that causes a segfault
+    when using the NdbApi. http://bugs.mysql.com/bug.php?id=24914
+    Fixed in 5.1.15
+  * Added 89_ndb__records.dpatch to fix
+    http://bugs.mysql.com/bug.php?id=25567, which causes a table scan per
+    table per query.
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Wed, 31 Jan 2007 01:17:35 +0100
+
+mysql-dfsg-5.1 (5.1.14beta-1) experimental; urgency=low
+
+  * New upstream.
+  * Removed references to mysql_explain_log
+  * Changed context for patch to mysqld_multi.1
+  * Removed 70_kfreebsd.dpatch - applied to upstream
+  * Removed 87_ps_Hurd - applied to upstream
+  * Replaced --without-readline to --with-libedit to configure options, as
+    --without-readline doesn't seem to do the right thing anymore.
+
+ -- Monty Taylor <mordred@xxxxxxxxxxxx>  Wed, 10 Jan 2007 12:59:55 -0800
+
+mysql-dfsg-5.1 (5.1.11beta-1) experimental; urgency=low
+
+  * Starting new 5.1 branch!
+  * FIXME: Following patch couldn't be applied:
+      ## 85_ndb__staticlib.dpatch by  <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>
+  * FIXME: Following patch couldn't be applied:
+      ## 86_PATH_MAX.dpatch
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Sat, 29 Jul 2006 11:35:42 +0200
+
+mysql-dfsg-5.0 (5.0.51a-19) UNRELEASED; urgency=low
+
+  * New patch 50_fix_mysqldump2.dpatch from 5.0.60 to fix dumping databases
+    from mysql 4.0 server. (closes: #507789)
+  * Don't create a guest account during bootstrap. (closes: #463704)
+
+ -- Norbert Tretkowski <nobse@xxxxxxxxxx>  Thu, 04 Dec 2008 23:07:19 +0100
+
+mysql-dfsg-5.0 (5.0.51a-18) testing-proposed-updates; urgency=high
+
+  * SECURITY:
+    Fix for CVE-2008-4098: Inadequate validation of paths used in DATA
+    DIRECTORY and INDEX DIRECTORY clauses of CREATE TABLE statements enabled
+    attackers to write to tables in other databases to which they could not
+    ordinarily have access.
+
+ -- Devin Carraway <devin@xxxxxxxxxx>  Tue, 25 Nov 2008 05:38:45 +0000
+
+mysql-dfsg-5.0 (5.0.51a-17) testing-proposed-updates; urgency=low
+
+  * Don't use commented out passwords from debian.cnf. (closes: #453820)
+  * Update watch file to recognize releases > 5.0.45.
+
+ -- Norbert Tretkowski <nobse@xxxxxxxxxx>  Sun, 02 Nov 2008 13:31:32 +0100
+
+mysql-dfsg-5.0 (5.0.51a-16) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * New patch 60_rpl_test_failure.dpatch from 5.0.54 to fix a race condition
+    with the rpl_packet test in some cases. (closes: #501413)
+
+ -- Norbert Tretkowski <nobse@xxxxxxxxxx>  Thu, 09 Oct 2008 08:50:43 +0200
+
+mysql-dfsg-5.0 (5.0.51a-15) unstable; urgency=high
+
+  * SECURITY:
+    Fix for CVE-2008-3963: An empty bit-string literal (b'') caused a server
+    crash. Now the value is parsed as an empty bit value (which is treated as
+    an empty string in string context or 0 in numeric context).
+    (closes: #498362)
+
+ -- Norbert Tretkowski <nobse@xxxxxxxxxx>  Sun, 14 Sep 2008 18:27:46 +0200
+
+mysql-dfsg-5.0 (5.0.51a-14) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * Update debconf translations:
+    - Swedish, from Martin Bagge. (closes: #491688)
+    - Netherlands, from Thijs Kinkhorst. (closes: #492723)
+
+ -- Norbert Tretkowski <nobse@xxxxxxxxxx>  Sun, 07 Sep 2008 20:18:31 +0200
+
+mysql-dfsg-5.0 (5.0.51a-13) unstable; urgency=medium
+
+  * New patch 59_fix_relay_logs_corruption.dpatch from 5.0.56 to fix
+    corruption in relay logs. (closes: #463515)
+
+ -- Norbert Tretkowski <nobse@xxxxxxxxxx>  Wed, 03 Sep 2008 09:13:46 +0200
+
+mysql-dfsg-5.0 (5.0.51a-12) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * Disable rpl_ndb_innodb_trans test when running the testsuite, fails
+    randomly on i386. (closes: #494238)
+
+ -- Norbert Tretkowski <nobse@xxxxxxxxxx>  Sat, 09 Aug 2008 15:56:45 +0200
+
+mysql-dfsg-5.0 (5.0.51a-11) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * Disable innodb_handler test when running the testsuite, fails randomly
+    on s390. (closes: #491363)
+
+ -- Norbert Tretkowski <nobse@xxxxxxxxxx>  Wed, 23 Jul 2008 08:34:51 +0200
+
+mysql-dfsg-5.0 (5.0.51a-10) unstable; urgency=high
+
+  * Merge testing-security upload to finally fix CVE-2008-2079, thanks to
+    Devin Carraway and Steffen Joeris. (closes: #480292)
+  * New patch 58_disable-ndb-backup-print.dpatch from 5.0.54 to disable
+    ndb_backup_print, ndb_alter_table and ndb_replace tests when running the
+    testsuite. (closes: #474893)
+  * Reenable error handling in testsuite on i386, disabling it was just a
+    workaround for the problem which is now fixed with the above patch.
+  * Update debconf translations:
+    - Vietnamese, from Clytie Siddall. (closes: #486443)
+    - Spanish, from Javier Fernández-Sanguino Peña. (closes: #488740)
+    - Slovak, from helix84. (closes: #489266)
+  * Make lintian happy:
+    - Fix build-dependency on -1 revision.
+    - Fix deprecated chown usage.
+    - Fix spelling error in description.
+
+ -- Norbert Tretkowski <nobse@xxxxxxxxxx>  Tue, 15 Jul 2008 19:37:35 +0200
+
+mysql-dfsg-5.0 (5.0.51a-9+lenny2) testing-security; urgency=high
+
+  * Non-maintainer upload by the security team.
+  * Correct error number in symlink.test to avoid FTBFS on some archs.
+
+ -- Steffen Joeris <white@xxxxxxxxxx>  Sun, 13 Jul 2008 11:44:57 +0000
+
+mysql-dfsg-5.0 (5.0.51a-9+lenny1) testing-security; urgency=high
+
+  * Non-maintainer upload by the security team.
+  * Correct and expand 92_SECURITY_CVE-2008-2079.dpatch to cover all symlinks
+    and check the output of fn_format(). (closes: #480292)
+    Fixes: CVE-2008-2079
+
+ -- Steffen Joeris <white@xxxxxxxxxx>  Sat, 12 Jul 2008 05:30:39 +0000
+
+mysql-dfsg-5.0 (5.0.51a-9) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * Ignore errors in testsuite on i386. (workaround for #474893)
+
+ -- Norbert Tretkowski <nobse@xxxxxxxxxx>  Wed, 25 Jun 2008 15:07:03 +0200
+
+mysql-dfsg-5.0 (5.0.51a-8) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * New patch 80_fix_user_setup_on_localhost.dpatch from Daniel Hahler to fix
+    a duplicate key error when install MySQL server on a host with hostname
+    localhost. (closes: #478319)
+  * Really fix build on non-linux systems, this time without producing a build
+    error on some architectures. (closes: #485971)
+  * Update debconf translations:
+    - French, from Christian Perrier. (closes: #478553)
+    - German, from Alwin Meschede. (closes: #478672)
+    - Italian, from Luca Monducci. (closes: #479363)
+    - Czech, from Miroslav Kure. (closes: #480924)
+    - Galician, from Jacobo Tarrio. (closes: #480965)
+    - Basque, from Piarres Beobide. (closes: #481840)
+    - Swedish, from Martin Bagge. (closes: #482466, #486307)
+    - Turkish, from Mert Dirik. (closes: #484704)
+    - Russian, from Yuri Kozlov. (closes: #486149)
+    - Finnish, from Esko Arajärvi. (closes: #486554)
+    - Portuguese, from Miguel Figueiredo. (closes: #486709)
+    - Romanian, from Eddy Petrișor. (closes: #486944)
+    - Japanese, from Hideki Yamane. (closes: #487270)
+
+ -- Norbert Tretkowski <nobse@xxxxxxxxxx>  Sat, 21 Jun 2008 19:20:48 +0200
+
+mysql-dfsg-5.0 (5.0.51a-7) unstable; urgency=high
+
+  [ Norbert Tretkowski ]
+  * SECURITY:
+    Fix for CVE-2008-2079: It was possible to circumvent privileges through
+    the creation of MyISAM tables employing the DATA DIRECTORY and INDEX
+    DIRECTORY options to overwrite existing table files in the MySQL data
+    directory. Use of the MySQL data directory in DATA DIRECTORY and INDEX
+    DIRECTORY is now disallowed. Patch from openSUSE 11.0, thanks to Michal
+    Marek. (closes: #480292)
+  * Fix build on non-linux systems, like hurd-i386. (closes: #480362)
+  * Include symlinks for mysqlcheck. (closes: #480647)
+
+  [ Monty Taylor ]
+  * Remove ndb_cpcd, as it is only for the NDB test suite and not useful as a
+    public program.
+  * Fix debian-start.inc.sh for table names with characters needing quotes.
+    Thanks Felix Rublack! (closes: #480525, #481154, #481303, #484012) 
+  * Delete mysql-common.README.Debian. Nothing in it was relevant, and the
+    useful information is in mysql-server anyway. (closes: #480940)
+  * Remove a spurious HOME= in logrotate script.  
+
+ -- Norbert Tretkowski <nobse@xxxxxxxxxx>  Thu, 05 Jun 2008 11:49:45 +0200
+
+mysql-dfsg-5.0 (5.0.51a-6) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * Fix debian-start.inc.sh to not print the row counts of the tables
+    queried. (closes: #478256, #479697)
+
+ -- Monty Taylor <mordred@xxxxxxxxxxxx>  Wed, 14 May 2008 00:47:46 -0700
+
+mysql-dfsg-5.0 (5.0.51a-5) unstable; urgency=medium
+
+  * New patch 57_fix_mysql_replication.dpatch from 5.0.54 to fix directory for
+    relay logs when using replication.
+
+ -- Norbert Tretkowski <nobse@xxxxxxxxxx>  Sun, 27 Apr 2008 13:55:04 +0200
+
+mysql-dfsg-5.0 (5.0.51a-4) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  [ Monty Taylor ]
+  * Remove build of ndb docs, since they are not installed. Removed build deps
+    on TeX and doxygen since that's all they were there for.
+  * Replace script in check_for_crashed_tables with a myisam-recover option
+    and a script to trigger a check of those tables. (thanks HarrisonF and
+    kolbe)
+  * Replace direct calls to test suite with calls to the make targets used by
+    the MySQL build and qa teams for releases.
+  * Add --skip-ndbcluster to the postinst bootstrap command. It's really a
+    workaround for a bug in 5.1, but it's probably a good idea anyway since we
+    certainly don't need cluster to spin up, and if people have enabled
+    cluster in their my.cnf file, there could be postinst issues if cluster
+    isn't running.
+  * Remove reference to configure options that no longer exist.
+  * Add myself to uploaders.
+
+  [ Norbert Tretkowski ]
+  * New patch 56_fix_order_by.dpatch from Ubuntu to fix ORDER BY not working
+    with GROUP BY. (closes: #471737)
+  * Add note about filename extensions in the /etc/mysql/conf.d/ directory in
+    my.cnf. (closes: #461759)
+  * Confirm password on install, patch from Nicolas Valcárcel.
+    (closes: #471887)
+  * Remove Adam Conrad from uploaders on his request. Thanks for your work in
+    the past!
+  * Use lsb_release to detect distribution.
+
+ -- Norbert Tretkowski <nobse@xxxxxxxxxx>  Sat, 05 Apr 2008 21:51:43 +0200
+
+mysql-dfsg-5.0 (5.0.51a-3) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * Disable patch 60_raise-max-keylength.dpatch in default build, but still
+    ship it in the source package.
+
+ -- Norbert Tretkowski <nobse@xxxxxxxxxx>  Sun, 17 Feb 2008 18:54:42 +0100
+
+mysql-dfsg-5.0 (5.0.51a-2) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * Replace 54_ssl-client-support.dpatch added in 5.0.51-2 with patch from
+    upstream.
+  * Ignore errors in testsuite on powerpc.
+
+ -- Norbert Tretkowski <nobse@xxxxxxxxxx>  Sun, 17 Feb 2008 12:42:58 +0100
+
+mysql-dfsg-5.0 (5.0.51a-1) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  [ Norbert Tretkowski ]
+  * New upstream security hotfix release. Low priority upload anyway because
+    5.0.51-3 already contained all security fixes.
+  * Remove patches:
+    + debian/patches/51_mysqlcheck-result.dpatch
+    + debian/patches/92_SECURITY_CVE-2007-6303.dpatch
+    + debian/patches/93_SECURITY_CVE-2007-6304.dpatch
+    + debian/patches/94_SECURITY_CVE-2008-0226+0227.dpatch
+  * Add recommendation on libhtml-template-perl to -server package, used by
+    ndb_size. (closes: #462265)
+  * New patch 60_raise-max-keylength.dpatch to raise the maximum key length to
+    4005 bytes or 1335 UTF-8 characters. (closes: #463137)
+  * New patch 51_sort-order.dpatch from 5.0.52 to fix incorrect order when
+    using range conditions on 2 tables or more.
+  * Support DEB_BUILD_OPTIONS option 'nocheck' to skip tests.
+  * Update mysqlreport to 3.4a release.
+
+  [ Luk Claes ]
+  * Updated Japanese debconf translation. (closes: #462158)
+
+ -- Norbert Tretkowski <nobse@xxxxxxxxxx>  Wed, 06 Feb 2008 11:57:45 +0100
+
+mysql-dfsg-5.0 (5.0.51-3) unstable; urgency=high
+
+  * SECURITY:
+    Fix for CVE-2008-0226 and CVE-2008-0227: Three vulnerabilities in yaSSL
+    versions 1.7.5 and earlier were discovered that could lead to a server
+    crash or execution of unauthorized code. The exploit requires a server
+    with yaSSL enabled and TCP/IP connections enabled, but does not require
+    valid MySQL account credentials. The exploit does not apply to OpenSSL.
+    (closes: #460873)
+  * Fix LSB header in init scripts (patch from Petter Reinholdtsen).
+    (closes: #458798)
+  * Run testsuite on all archs, but ignore errors on alpha, arm, armel, hppa,
+    mipsel and sparc. (closes: #460402)
+
+ -- Norbert Tretkowski <nobse@xxxxxxxxxx>  Wed, 23 Jan 2008 11:37:11 +0100
+
+mysql-dfsg-5.0 (5.0.51-2) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  [ Monty Taylor ]
+  * Added --with-system-type to set the version_compile_os field.
+  * Cleaned up some lintian warnings.
+  * Removed 43_scripts__mysql_update__password.dpatch since we don't use
+    mysql_upgrade_shell anymore and use mysql_upgrade instead.
+  * Removed 88_mctype_attrib.dpatch, http://bugs.mysql.com/bug.php?id=25118 is
+    closed with http://lists.mysql.com/commits/24337
+  * Added mysql-community/mysql-enterprise virtual packages in provides and
+    conflicts to ease transitions between versions.
+
+  [ Norbert Tretkowski ]
+  * Add -fPIC to CFLAGS to allow other packages to be built against
+    libmysqld.a on amd64. (closes: #457915)
+  * New patch 55_testsuite-2008.dpatch to fix FTBFS in testsuite.
+    (closes: #458695)
+  * New patch 54_ssl-client-support.dpatch to fix SSL client support.
+  * Don't run testsuite on alpha, arm, hppa, mipsel and sparc.
+
+ -- Norbert Tretkowski <nobse@xxxxxxxxxx>  Wed, 02 Jan 2008 18:40:04 +0100
+
+mysql-dfsg-5.0 (5.0.51-1) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * New upstream release.
+    + Fix a crash in mysql_client_test due to gcc 4.x optimizations.
+      (closes: #452558)
+  * Update patches:
+    + debian/patches/41_scripts__mysql_install_db.sh__no_test.dpatch
+    + debian/patches/89_ndb__staticlib.dpatch
+  * Run testsuite after build.
+  * Re-add manpages, they are licensed under GPL now and redistribution is
+    permitted.
+  * Drop linux-libc-dev build-dependency, it's now being pulled by libc-dev
+    which is build-essential. (closes: #431018)
+  * Remove old optimizations for MySQL 3.23.x, they are no longer required.
+    (closes: #436552)
+  * Don't fail when upgrading mysql-common if $datadir is empty or not defined
+    (patch from Edward Allcutt). (closes: #453127)
+  * New patch from 5.0.52 to fix mysqldump because 'null' is shown as type of
+    fields for view with bad definer. (closes: #454227)
+  * New patch from 5.0.52 to fix mysqlcheck test result.
+  * New patch from 5.0.52 to fix wrong optimization in ndb code when building
+    with gcc 4.2.x.
+  * New patch from 5.0.54 to fix wrong number output due to integer overflow
+    when building with gcc 4.2.x.
+  * New Finnish debconf translation from Esko Arajärvi. (closes: #448776)
+  * Update Basque debconf translation from Aitor Ibañez. (closes: #456193)
+  * Add Vcs-* and Homepage fields to source stanza in control file.
+  * Update mysqlreport to 3.2 release.
+  * Let mysql-server-5.0 pre-depend on debconf, because it's preinst is using
+    it.
+  * Drop menu item for innotop.
+
+ -- Norbert Tretkowski <nobse@xxxxxxxxxx>  Fri, 14 Dec 2007 09:59:36 +0100
+
+mysql-dfsg-5.0 (5.0.45-5) unstable; urgency=high
+
+  * SECURITY:
+    Fix for CVE-2007-6303: ALTER VIEW retained the original DEFINER value,
+    even when altered by another user, which could allow that user to gain the
+    access rights of the view. Now ALTER VIEW is allowed only to the original
+    definer or users with the SUPER privilege. (closes: #455737)
+  * SECURITY:
+    Fix for CVE-2007-6304: When using a FEDERATED table, the local server can
+    be forced to crash if the remote server returns a result with fewer columns
+    than expected.
+
+ -- Norbert Tretkowski <nobse@xxxxxxxxxx>  Wed, 12 Dec 2007 20:23:43 +0100
+
+mysql-dfsg-5.0 (5.0.45-4) unstable; urgency=high
+
+  * SECURITY:
+    Fix for CVE-2007-5969: Using RENAME TABLE against a table with explicit
+    DATA DIRECTORY and INDEX DIRECTORY options can be used to overwrite system
+    table information by replacing the file to which the symlink points.
+    (closes: #455010)
+
+ -- Norbert Tretkowski <nobse@xxxxxxxxxx>  Sun, 09 Dec 2007 12:29:54 +0100
+
+mysql-dfsg-5.0 (5.0.45-3) unstable; urgency=high
+
+  * SECURITY:
+    Fix for CVE-2007-5925: The convert_search_mode_to_innobase function in
+    ha_innodb.cc in the InnoDB engine in MySQL 5.1.23-BK and earlier allows
+    remote authenticated users to cause a denial of service (database crash)
+    via a certain CONTAINS operation on an indexed column, which triggers an
+    assertion error. (closes: #451235)
+
+ -- Norbert Tretkowski <nobse@xxxxxxxxxx>  Thu, 15 Nov 2007 18:40:11 +0100
+
+mysql-dfsg-5.0 (5.0.45-2) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * Package is now team-maintained. (closes: #421026)
+
+  [ Sean Finney ]
+  * New/updated debconf translations:
+    - Spanish, from Javier Fernández-Sanguino Peña (closes: #426442).
+    - German, from Alwin Meschede (closes: #426545).
+    - Danish, from Claus Hindsgaul (closes: #426783).
+    - French, from Christian Perrier (closes: #430944).
+  * Add Recommends on libterm-readkey-perl for mysql-client-5.0 package, used
+    by mysqlreport add-on to mask password entry (closes: #438375).
+
+  [ Norbert Tretkowski ]
+  * Add myself to uploaders.
+  * Suggest usage of an update statement on the user table to change the mysql
+    root user password instead using mysqladmin, to catch all root users from
+    all hosts. (closes: #435744)
+  * Remove informations about a crash in the server during flush-logs when
+    having expire_logs_days enabled but log-bin not, this bug was fixed in
+    5.0.32 already. (closes: #368547)
+  * Disable log_bin option in default config file and add a note to the NEWS
+    file. (closes: #349661)
+  * Fix FTBFS if build twice in a row. (closes: #442684)
+  * Remove check for buggy options from init script.
+  * Update innotop to 1.6.0 release.
+  * Add mysqlreport and innotop to mysql-client description.
+  * Use shorter server version string.
+
+ -- Norbert Tretkowski <nobse@xxxxxxxxxx>  Wed, 14 Nov 2007 20:00:06 +0100
+
+mysql-dfsg-5.0 (5.0.45-1) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * New upstream release.
+
+  [sean finney]
+  * removed patches that are incorporated into the latest release:
+    - 70_cpuid_on_i486.dpatch
+    - 91_SECURITY_CVE-2007-2691_alter-drop
+  * new patch 90_upstreamdebiandir.dpatch to keep a few lingering references
+    to the upstream ./debian dir out of the build, at least until we find
+    a nice way to collaborate on sharing the directory.
+  * updated CRUFT list to fix double-build breakage (closes: #424590).
+  * add conditional build-deps for linux-libc-dev to fix FTBFS for
+    non-linux arch's (closes: #431018).
+  * added notes to my.cnf and README.Debian about setting tmpdir when
+    configuring a replication slave.  thanks to Rudy Gevaert for pointing
+    this out (closes: #431825).
+
+ -- sean finney <seanius@xxxxxxxxxx>  Tue, 17 Jul 2007 23:50:33 +0200
+
+mysql-dfsg-5.0 (5.0.41a-1) unstable; urgency=high
+
+  [sean finney]
+  * SECURITY:
+    Fix for CVE-2007-2691: DROP/RENAME TABLE statements (closes: #424778).
+  [Christian Hammers]
+  * Removed all manpages from the source (therefore the "41a") as they 
+    are not licensed under the GPL and redistribution is not permitted
+    (thanks to Mathias Gug). Closes: #430018
+  * Added linux-libc-dev to the build-depends as else an illegal dependency to
+    asm/atomic.h is generated in /usr/include/mysql/my_global.h. Closes: 424276
+  [Christian Perrier]
+  * Debconf templates and debian/control reviewed by the debian-l10n-
+    english team as part of the Smith review project. Closes: #419974
+  * Debconf translation updates:
+    - French. Closes: #422187
+    - Galician. Closes: #420118
+    - Italian. Closes: #421349
+    - Brazilian Portuguese. Closes: #421516
+    - Arabic. Closes: #421751
+    - Czech. Closes: #421766
+    - Portuguese. Closes: #422428
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Sun, 24 Jun 2007 21:12:42 +0200
+
+mysql-dfsg-5.0 (5.0.41-2) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * the previous "translation changes" inadvertently introduced unrelated
+    changes in the package control file.
+
+ -- sean finney <seanius@xxxxxxxxxx>  Sun, 13 May 2007 12:32:45 +0200
+
+mysql-dfsg-5.0 (5.0.41-1) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * New upstream release
+  [sean finney]
+  * Bump the priority of the debconf prompt for the root password to high, to 
+    ensure the question shows up in a default installation (closes: #418672).
+  * Debconf templates and debian/control reviewed by the debian-l10n-
+    english team as part of the Smith review project. Closes: #419974
+  * Debconf translation updates:
+    - French. Closes: #422187
+    - Galician. Closes: #420118
+    - Italian. Closes: #421349
+    - Brazilian Portuguese. Closes: #421516
+    - Arabic. Closes: #421751
+    - Czech. Closes: #421766
+    - Portuguese. Closes: #422428
+  * massaged the local PATH_MAX patch.
+  * removed temp sql parsing patch which has been incorporated upstream
+  * upstream no longer includes the mysql_create_system_tables command,
+    so removed our local patches for it.
+  * the following issues may have been fixed in a previous version of
+    mysql-server-5.0, but the exact version is not clear so they will be
+    marked as fixed in this version. 
+  * lots of NDB-related fixes, including those related to problems with
+    AUTO_INCREMENT (closes: #310878).
+  * fix for "connections remaining in sleep state" (closes: #318011).
+  * fix for "denies queries randomly" (closes: #399602).
+  * problems indexing on char() binary fields were ISAM specific, which is
+    no longer supported (closes: #326698).
+  * fix for problems with "complicated joins" (closes: 348682).
+  * fix for problems with "flushing logs, server crash" (closes: #348682).
+  * fix for AUTO_INCREMENT and duplicate keys (closes: #416145).
+  * fix for "DROP FUNCTIONS doesn't work" (closes: #290670).
+
+ -- sean finney <seanius@xxxxxxxxxx>  Sat, 12 May 2007 12:10:20 +0200
+
+mysql-dfsg-5.0 (5.0.38-3) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * Added innotop. 
+  * Changed maintainer email address to
+    pkg-mysql-commits@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx 
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Thu, 19 Apr 2007 19:21:15 +0200
+
+mysql-dfsg-5.0 (5.0.38-2) unstable; urgency=high
+
+  * SECURITY:
+    In some previous versions mysql_install_db was not idempotent and did
+    always create passwordless root accounts although it should only on
+    initial installs (thanks to Olaf van der Spek). Closes: #418672
+  * Added check for passwordless root accounts to debian-start.
+  * As MySQL-5.0 is, at least currently, incompatible with Kernel 2.4 the
+    installation is aborted for such old kernels. Debian Etch does not support
+    them anyway according to the release notes but this might be unexpected
+    and many production servers still have self build ones installed (thanks
+    to Marc-Christian Petersen). See: #416841
+  * Adjusted TeX build-deps to texlive.
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Tue, 17 Apr 2007 01:00:41 +0200
+
+mysql-dfsg-5.0 (5.0.38-1) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * New upstream release.
+  * Activated the blackhole engine as it's needed for replicating partition
+    designs (thanks to Cyril SCETBON). 
+  * Fixed segfault on i486 systems without cpuid instruction (thanks to
+    Lennart Sorensen). Closes: #410474
+  * Only use of the non-essential debconf package in postrm if it is still
+    installed (thanks to Michael Ablassmeier). Closes: #416838
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Thu,  5 Apr 2007 22:43:41 +0200
+
+mysql-dfsg-5.0 (5.0.36-1) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * New upstream release.
+    Closes: #400460, #408159, #408533
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Thu, 22 Mar 2007 22:16:31 +0100
+
+mysql-dfsg-5.0 (5.0.32-10) unstable; urgency=high
+
+  * Really fixed FTBFS on Sparc introduced with the "make -j" trick in 
+    5.0.32-8 (thanks to Frank Lichtenheld). Closes: #415026
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Sun, 18 Mar 2007 20:52:33 +0100
+
+mysql-dfsg-5.0 (5.0.32-9) unstable; urgency=high
+
+  * Fixed FTBFS on Sparc introduced with the "make -j" trick in 5.0.32-8
+    (thanks to Frank Lichtenheld). Closes: #415026
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Tue, 15 Mar 2007 18:55:42 +0100
+
+mysql-dfsg-5.0 (5.0.32-8) unstable; urgency=high
+
+  [Sean Finney]
+  * SECURITY:
+    - CVE-2007-1420: Single Row Subselect DoS.  Specially crafted subselect
+      queries could crash the mysql server.  Patch backported from upstream
+      changeset 19685 (46_CVE-2007-1420_subselect_dos.dpatch) 
+      closes: #414790.
+  [Christian Hammers]
+  * Adapt MAKE_J to use the -j option with the number of available processors.
+    (thanks to Raphael Pinson).
+  * Updated mysqlreport to latest upstream (and patched --help usage message
+    and "return if qcache_size==0").
+
+ -- sean finney <seanius@xxxxxxxxxx>  Wed, 14 Mar 2007 20:19:08 +0100
+
+mysql-dfsg-5.0 (5.0.32-7) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * Updated French Debconf translation (thanks to Christian Perrier).
+    Closes: #411330
+  * Updated Danish Debconf translation (thanks to Claus Hindsgaul).
+    Closes: #411328
+  * Updated Portuguese Debconf translation (thanks to "Traduz").
+    Closes: #411339
+  * Updated Czech Debconf translation (thanks to Miroslav Kure).
+    Closes: #411341
+  * Added Norwegian Debconf translation (thanks to Bjorn Steensrud).
+    Closes: #411345
+  * Updated Spanish Debconf translation (thanks to Javier Fernandez-Sanguino
+    Pena). Closes: #411347
+  * Updated Japanese Debconf translation (thanks to Hideki Yamane).
+    Closes: #411368
+  * Updated Swedish Debconf translation (thanks to Andreas Henriksson).
+    Closes: #411370
+  * Updated Italian Debconf translation (thanks to Luca Monducci).
+    Closes: #411377
+  * Updated Galician Debconf translation (thanks to Jacobo Tarrio).
+    Closes: #411379
+  * Updated Russian Debconf translation (thanks to Yuriy Talakan).
+    Closes: #411442
+  * Updated Basque Debconf translation (thanks to Piarres Beobide).
+    Closes: #411457
+  * Updated German Debconf translation (thanks to Alwin Meschede).
+    Closes: #411480
+  * Updated Dutch Debconf translation (thanks to Thijs Kinkhorst).
+  * Updated Brazilian Portuguese translation (thanks to Andre Luis Lopes).
+    Closes: #411536
+  * Updated Romanian Debconf translation (thanks to Stan Ioan-Eugen). 
+    Closes: #411764
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Fri, 16 Feb 2007 23:20:42 +0100
+
+mysql-dfsg-5.0 (5.0.32-6) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * Changed wording in Debconf templates to better fit to the graphical
+    interface (thanks to Frank Kuester). Closes: #411165
+  * Lintian suggested style changes to some other Debconf questions.
+  * Removed accidently stdout output from init script.
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Fri, 16 Feb 2007 20:29:18 +0100
+
+mysql-dfsg-5.0 (5.0.32-5) unstable; urgency=medium
+
+  * Backported upstream patch for a bug that crashed the server when using
+    certain join/group/limit combinations. 
+    Users of the Joomla CMS seemed to be affected by this. Closes: #403721
+  * The debian-start script that runs on every server start now first upgrades
+    the system tables (if neccessary) and then check them as it sometimes did
+    not work the other way around (e.g. for MediaWiki). The script now uses 
+    mysql_update instead of mysql_update_script as recommended. Closes: 409780
+  * Remove the Debconf generated config file in postrm.
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Thu, 15 Feb 2007 04:47:04 +0100
+
+mysql-dfsg-5.0 (5.0.32-4) unstable; urgency=high
+
+  [Christian Hammers]
+  * Changed minimum required version in dh_makeshlibs to 5.0.27-1 as
+    5.0.26 had an ABI breakage in it!
+    This is the cause for Perl programs crashing with the following error: 
+    "Transactions not supported by database at /usr/lib/perl5/DBI.pm line 672"
+  * The old_passwords setting that is set according to a Debconf question is
+    now written to /etc/mysql/conf.d/old_passwords.cnf instead directly to the
+    conffile /etc/mysql/my.cnf which would be fobidden by policy (thanks to
+    Robert Bihlmeyer). Closes: #409750
+  * Added some more comments to the default my.cnf.
+  [Monty Taylor]
+  * Added bison to build dependencies.
+  * Added a "start-initial" option to the Data Node init script to support
+    initial node starts.
+  * Changed NDB Data and Management node startup seqence. Prevented both from
+    restarting on upgrade to address rolling upgrade issues.
+  * Updated build-depends to depend on automake1.9 instead of automake1.8
+    to match what upstream uses. 
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Wed, 31 Jan 2007 01:14:09 +0100
+
+mysql-dfsg-5.0 (5.0.32-3) unstable; urgency=high
+
+  * mysql-server-5.0 pre-depends on adduser now and has --disabled-login
+    explicitly added to be on the safe side (thanks to the puiparts team).
+    Closes: #408362
+  * Corrections the terminology regarding NDB in the comments of all config
+    files and init scripts (thanks to Geert Vanderkelen of MySQL).
+  * Updated Swedish Debconf translation (thanks to Andreas Henriksson).
+    Closes: #407859
+  * Updated Czech Debconf translation (thanks to Miroslav Kure).
+    Closes: #407809
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Thu, 11 Jan 2007 11:18:47 +0100
+
+mysql-dfsg-5.0 (5.0.32-2) unstable; urgency=high
+
+  * The last upload suffered from a regression that made NDB totally
+    unusable and caused a dependency to libmysqlclient15-dev in the
+    mysql-server-5.0 package. The relevant 85_* patch was re-added again.
+    Closes: #406435
+  * Added lintian-overrides for an error that does not affect our packages.
+    There are now only warnings and not errors left.
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Tue,  9 Jan 2007 23:55:10 +0100
+
+mysql-dfsg-5.0 (5.0.32-1) unstable; urgency=high
+
+  * New upstream version.
+    * SECURITY: mysql_fix_privilege_tables.sql altered the 
+      table_privs.table_priv column to contain too few privileges, causing
+      loss of the CREATE VIEW and SHOW VIEW privileges. (MySQL Bug#20589)
+    * SECURITY (DoS): ALTER TABLE statements that performed both RENAME TO
+      and {ENABLE|DISABLE} KEYS operations caused a server crash. (MySQL
+      Bug#24089)
+    * SECURITY (DoS): LAST_DAY('0000-00-00') could cause a server crash.
+      (MySQL Bug#23653)
+    * SECURITY (DoS): Using EXPLAIN caused a server crash for queries that 
+      selected from INFORMATION_SCHEMA in a subquery in the FROM clause.
+      (MySQL Bug#22413)
+    * SECURITY (DoS): Invalidating the query cache (e.g. when using stored procedures) 
+      caused a server crash for INSERT INTO ... SELECT statements that 
+      selected from a view. (MySQL Bug#20045)
+    * Using mysql_upgrade with a password crashed the server. Closes: #406229
+    * yaSSL crashed on pre-Pentium Intel and Cyrix CPUs. (MySQL Bug#21765)
+      Closes: #383759
+    * Lots of small fixes to the NDB cluster storage engine.
+  * Updated Japanese Debconf template (thanks to Hideki Yamane).
+    Closes: #405793
+  * Fixed comment regarding "mycheck" in debian-start (thanks to
+    Enrico Zini). Closes: #405787
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Sat,  6 Jan 2007 14:26:20 +0100
+
+mysql-dfsg-5.0 (5.0.30-3) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * Updated Brazilian Debconf translation (thanks to Andre Luis Lopes).
+    Closes: #403821
+  * Added Romanian Debconf translation (thanks to Stan Ioan-Eugen).
+    Closes: #403943
+  * Updated Spanish Debconf translation (thanks to Javier Fernandez-Sanguino
+    Pena). Closes: #404084
+  * Updated Galician Debconf translation (thanks to Jacobo Tarrio).
+    Closes: #404318
+  * Updated Dutch Debconf translation (thanks to Vincent Zweije).
+    Closes: #404566
+  * Updated Danish Debconf translation (thanks to Claus Hindsgaul).
+    Closes: #405018
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Thu, 21 Dec 2006 21:35:09 +0100
+
+mysql-dfsg-5.0 (5.0.30-2) unstable; urgency=high
+
+  * Fixed upstream regression in header files that lead to FTBFS for
+    mysql-admin, mysql-query-browser and probably other pacakges.
+    (thanks to Andreas Henriksson). Closes: #403081, #403082
+  * Fixed some upstream scripts by replacing /etc by /etc/mysql (thanks to
+    Julien Antony). Closes: #401083
+  * Updated French Debconf translation (thanks to Christian Perrier).
+    Closes: #401434
+  * Added Spanish Debconf translation (thanks to Javier Fernandez-Sanguino
+    Pena). Closes: #401953
+  * Marked a Debconf question that is just a dummy and only internally
+    used as not-needing-translation. Closes: #403163
+  * Fixed mysqlslowdump patch to not remove the usage() function (thanks 
+    to Monty Tailor).
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Sun,  3 Dec 2006 19:20:10 +0100
+
+mysql-dfsg-5.0 (5.0.30-1) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * New upstream version (switch to the MySQL Enterprise branch).
+  * Upstream bugfix for the Innodb performance bug:
+    "Very poor performance with multiple queries running
+     concurrently (Bug#15815)".
+  * Upstream bugfix for a possible server crash:
+    "Selecting from a MERGE table could result in a server crash if the
+     underlying tables had fewer indexes than the MERGE table itself
+     (Bug#22937)"
+  * Upstream bugfies for *lot* of NDB problems.
+  * Upstream bugfix for Innodb optimizer bug. Closes: #397597
+  * Updated Italian Debconf translation (thanks to Luca Monducci).
+    Closes: #401305 
+  * Updated debian/watch file to MySQL Enterprise branch.
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Sat,  2 Dec 2006 16:36:38 +0100
+
+mysql-dfsg-5.0 (5.0.27-2) unstable; urgency=medium
+
+  * Disabled YaSSL x86 assembler as it was reported to crash applications
+    like pam-mysql or proftpd-mysql which are linked against libmysqlclient
+    on i486 and Cyrix (i586) CPUs. Closes: #385147
+  * Adjusted mysql-server-4.1 priority to extra and section to oldlibs
+    according to the ftp masters overrides.
+  * Updated German Debconf translation (thanks to Alwin Meschede).
+    Closes: #400809
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Wed, 22 Nov 2006 13:36:31 +0100
+
+mysql-dfsg-5.0 (5.0.27-1) unstable; urgency=medium
+
+  * New upstream version (but no codechange, the only difference to 5.0.26
+    was a patch to the ABI change which Debian already included.
+  * When dist-upgrading from mysql-server-4.1/sarge dpkg does not longer
+    ask unnecessary "config file has changed" questions regarding
+    /etc/init.d/mysql, /etc/logrotate.d/mysql-server and
+    /etc/mysql/debian-start just because these files previously belonged
+    to mysql-server-4.1 and not to mysql-server-5.0.
+    To archive this mysql-server-5.0 now pre-depends on mysql-common which
+    provides current versions of those files.
+  * The automatic run mysql_upgrade now works with non-standard datadir
+    settings, too (thanks to Benjami Villoslada). Closes: #394607
+  * Debconf now asks if the old_passwords option is really needed.
+  * Improved explanations of the old_passwords variable in my.cnf.
+  * Removed possibly leftover cron script from MySQL-4.1 (thanks to
+    Mario Oyorzabal Salgado). Closes: #390889
+  * Postrm ignores failed "userdel mysql".
+  * Updated Danish Debconf translation (thanks to Claus Hindsgaul).
+    Closes: #398784
+  * Added Euskarian Debconf translation (thanks to Piarres Beobide).
+    Closes: #399045
+  * Updated Japanese Debconf translation (thanks to Hideki Yamane).
+    Closes: #399074
+  * Updated German Debconf translation (thanks to Alwin Meschede).
+    Closes: #399087
+  * New Portuguese debconf translations from Miguel Figueiredo. 
+    Closes: #398186
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Tue,  7 Nov 2006 21:26:25 +0100
+
+mysql-dfsg-5.0 (5.0.26-3) unstable; urgency=high
+
+  [sean finney]
+  * Fix for the deadly ISAM trap.  Now during upgrades we will do our
+    very best to convert pre-existing ISAM format tables using the
+    binaries from the previous package.  Success is not guaranteed, but
+    this is probably as good as it gets.  Note that this also necessitates
+    re-introducing an (empty transitional) mysql-server-4.1 package.
+    Closes: #354544, #354850
+  * Remove a couple spurious and wrongly placed WARNING statements from
+    45_warn-CLI-passwords.dpatch.  thanks to Dan Jacobsen for pointing these
+    out.  Closes: #394262
+
+ -- sean finney <seanius@xxxxxxxxxx>  Fri, 03 Nov 2006 18:34:46 +0100
+
+mysql-dfsg-5.0 (5.0.26-2) unstable; urgency=high
+
+  * Fixed FTBFS for Alpha by applying an upstream patch (thanks to Falk
+    Hueffner). Closes: #395921
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Sat, 28 Oct 2006 20:13:46 +0200
+
+mysql-dfsg-5.0 (5.0.26-1) unstable; urgency=high
+
+  * SECURITY: 
+    This combined release of 5.0.25 and 5.0.26 fixes lot of possible server
+    crashs so it should get into Etch. Quoting the changelog (bug numbers are
+    bugs.mysql.com ones):
+    - character_set_results can be NULL to signify no conversion, but some
+      code did not check for NULL, resulting in a server crash. (Bug#21913)
+    - Using cursors with READ COMMITTED isolation level could cause InnoDB to
+      crash. (Bug#19834)
+    - Some prepared statements caused a server crash when executed a second
+      time. (Bug#21166)
+    - When DROP DATABASE or SHOW OPEN TABLES was issued while concurrently 
+      issuing DROP TABLE (or RENAME TABLE, CREATE TABLE LIKE or any other 
+      statement that required a name lock) in another connection, the server 
+      crashed. (Bug#21216)
+    - Use of zero-length variable names caused a server crash. (Bug#20908)
+    - For InnoDB tables, the server could crash when executing NOT IN () 
+      subqueries. (Bug#21077) 
+    - Repeated DROP TABLE statements in a stored procedure could sometimes
+      cause the server to crash. (Bug#19399)
+    - Performing an INSERT on a view that was defined using a SELECT that 
+      specified a collation and a column alias caused the server to crash 
+      (Bug#21086).
+    - A query of the form shown here caused the server to crash. (Bug#21007)
+    - NDB Cluster: Some queries involving joins on very large NDB tables could
+      crash the MySQL server. (Bug#21059)
+    - The character set was not being properly initialized for CAST() with a
+      type like CHAR(2) BINARY, which resulted in incorrect results or even a 
+      server crash. (Bug#17903)
+    - For certain queries, the server incorrectly resolved a reference to an
+      aggregate function and crashed. (Bug#20868)
+    - The server crashed when using the range access method to execut a
+      subquery with a ORDER BY DESC  clause. (Bug#20869)
+    - Triggers on tables in the mysql database caused a server crash. Triggers
+      for tables in this database now are disallowed. (Bug#18361)
+    - Using SELECT on a corrupt MyISAM table using the dynamic record format 
+      could cause a server crash. (Bug#19835) 
+    - Use of MIN() or MAX()  with GROUP BY on a ucs2  column could cause a
+      server crash. (Bug#20076)
+    - Selecting from a MERGE table could result in a server crash if the
+      underlying tables had fewer indexes than the MERGE table itself. 
+      (Bug#21617, Bug#22937)
+
+  * New upstream release.
+    - This bug would cause trouble for Sarge->Etch upgrades, it was supposed to
+      have been fixed in 5.0.16 but that apparently did not fix the whole
+      problem:
+      Using tables from MySQL 4.x in MySQL 5.x, in particular those with VARCHAR
+      fields and using INSERT DELAYED to update data in the table would result in
+      either data corruption or a server crash. (Bug#16611, Bug#16218, Bug#17294) 
+      Closes: #386337
+    - Fixes data corruption as an automatic client reconnect used to set
+      the wrong character set. Closes: #365050
+    - Fixes an undefined ulong type in an include file. Closes: #389102
+    - Fixes wrong output format when using Unicode characters. Closes: #355302
+    - Fixes mysql_upgrade when using a password. Closes: #371841
+ 
+  [Christian Hammers]
+  * Removed --sysconfdir from debian/rules as it puts /etc/mysql/ at the
+    end of the my.cnf search patch thus overriding $HOME/my.cnf
+    (thanks to Christoph Biedl). Closes: #394992
+  * The provided patch from bug #385947 was wrong, the variable is called
+    BLOCKSIZE not BLOCK_SIZE according to "strings `which df`" (thanks to
+    Bruno Muller). Closes: #385947
+
+  [sean finney]
+  * new dutch debconf translations from Vincent Zweije (closes: #392809).
+  * new japanese debconf translations from Hideki Yamane (closes: #391625).
+  * new italian debconf translations from Luca Monducci (closes: #391741).
+  * new french debconf translations from Christian Perrier (closes: #393334).
+  * ran debconf-updatepo to merge the fuzzies into svn.
+  * massage the following patches so they continue to apply cleanly:
+    - 44_scripts__mysql_config__libs.dpatch to cleanly apply.
+    - 45_warn-CLI-passwords.dpatch
+    - 96_TEMP__libmysqlclient_ssl_symbols.dpatch (note, this patch might
+      no longer be needed, but is retained "just in case" after massaging it)
+  * the following patches have been incorporated upstream:
+    - 70_kfreebsd.dpatch
+    - 80_hurd_mach.dpatch
+    - 87_ps_Hurd.dpatch
+    - 90_TEMP__client__mysql_upgrade__O_EXEC.dpatch
+    - 91_TEMP__client__mysql_upgrade__password.dpatch
+    - 92_TEMP__client__mysql_upgrade__defaultgroups.dpatch
+    - 94_TEMP__CVE-2006-4227.dpatch
+    - 95_TEMP__CVE-2006-4226.dpatch
+  * the udf_example.cc has disappeared from the source code, but there's
+    a udf_example.c which seems to be a good example to use instead :)
+  * update documentation in the configuration to no longer reference
+    using my.cnf in the DATADIR, as it's never been the recommended
+    method for debian systems and hasn't worked since 5.0 was released
+    anyway (closes: #393868).
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Wed, 25 Oct 2006 19:54:04 +0200
+
+mysql-dfsg-5.0 (5.0.24a-9) unstable; urgency=medium
+
+  * Having expire_logs_days enabled but log-bin not crashes the server. Using
+    both or none of those options is safe. To prevent this happening during the 
+    nightly log rotation via /etc/logrotate.d/mysql the initscript checks for 
+    malicious combination of options. See: #368547
+  * The Sarge package "mysql-server" which used to include the mysqld daemon
+    may still be in unselected-configured state (i.e. after a remove but not
+    purge) in which case its now obsolete cronscript has to be moved away
+    (thanks to Charles Lepple). Closes: #385669
+  * Updated Danish Debconf translation (thanks to Claus Hindsgaul).
+    Closes: #390315
+  * Updated Frensh Debconf translation (thanks to Christian Perrier).
+    Closes: #390980
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Tue,  3 Oct 2006 14:55:31 +0200
+
+mysql-dfsg-5.0 (5.0.24a-8) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * (broken upload)
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Tue,  3 Oct 2006 14:55:31 +0200
+
+mysql-dfsg-5.0 (5.0.24a-7) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * Stopped mysql_config from announcing unnecessary library dependencies
+    which until now cause "NEEDED" dependencies in the "readelf -d" output
+    of libraries who only depend on libmysqlclient.so (thanks to Michal
+    Cihar). Closes: #390692
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Sun,  1 Oct 2006 23:59:43 +0200
+
+mysql-dfsg-5.0 (5.0.24a-6) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  [sean finney]
+  * finally add support for setting a root password at install.
+    while this is not a random password as requested in one bug
+    report, we believe it is the best solution and provides a
+    means to set a random password via preseeding if it's really
+    desired (Closes: #316127, #298295).
+
+ -- sean finney <seanius@xxxxxxxxxx>  Sun, 01 Oct 2006 23:34:30 +0200
+
+mysql-dfsg-5.0 (5.0.24a-5) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * Added ${shlibs:Depends} to debian/control section libmysqlclient-dev as it
+    contains the experimental /usr/lib/mysql/libndbclient.so.0.0.0.
+  * Bumped standards version to 3.7.2.
+  * Added LSB info section to init scripts.
+  * Rephrased Debconf templates as suggested by lintian.
+  * Added benchmark suite in /usr/share/mysql/sql-bench/.
+  * The mysql.timezone* tables are now filled by the postinst script (thanks
+    to Mark Sheppard). Closes: #388491
+  * Moved Debconf install notes to README.Debian. Displaying them with
+    medium priority was a bug anyway. Closes: #388941
+  * Replaced /usr/bin/mysql_upgrade by /usr/bin/mysql_upgrade_shell in
+    /etc/mysql/debian-start.sh as it works without errors (thanks to Javier
+    Kohen). Closes: #389443
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Wed, 20 Sep 2006 15:01:42 +0200
+
+mysql-dfsg-5.0 (5.0.24a-4) unstable; urgency=high
+
+  * libmysqlclient.so.15 from 5.0.24 accidentaly exports some symbols that are
+    historically exported by OpenSSL's libcrypto.so. This bug was supposed to
+    be fixed in 5.0.24a bug according to the mysql bug tracking system will
+    only be fixed in 5.0.25 so I backported the patch. People already reported
+    crashing apps due to this (thanks to Duncan Simpson). See also: #385348
+    Closes: #388262
+  * Fixed BLOCKSIZE to BLOCK_SIZE in initscript (thanks to Bruno Muller).
+    Closes: #385947
+  * Added hint to "--extended-insert=0" to mysqldump manpage (thanks to Martin
+    Schulze).
+  * Documented the meaning of "NDB" in README.Debian (thanks to Dan Jacobson).
+    Closes: #386274
+  * Added patch to build on hurd-i386 (thanks to Cyril Brulebois). Closes: #387369
+  * Fixed debian-start script to work together with the recend LSB modifications in
+    the initscript (thanks to wens). Closes: #387481
+  * Reverted tmpdir change in my.cnf back to /tmp to comply with FHS (thanks
+    to Alessandro Valente). Closes: #382778
+  * Added logcheck filter rule (thanks to Paul Wise). Closes: #381043
+  * I will definetly not disable InnoDB but added a note to the default my.cnf
+    that disabling it saves about 100MB virtual memory (thanks to Olivier
+    Berger). Closes: #384399
+  * Added thread_cache_size=8 to default my.cnf as this variable seems to have
+    a negligible memory footprint but can improve performance when lots of
+    threads connect simultaneously as often seen on web servers.
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Mon,  4 Sep 2006 00:21:50 +0200
+
+mysql-dfsg-5.0 (5.0.24a-3) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * Fixed potential tempfile problem in the newly added mysqlreport script.
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Sun,  3 Sep 2006 23:17:24 +0200
+
+mysql-dfsg-5.0 (5.0.24a-2) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * Added "mysqlreport" (GPL'ed) from hackmysql.com.
+  * Temporarily disabled expire_days option as it causes the server
+    to crash. See #368547
+  * Made output of init scripts LSB compliant (thanks to David Haerdeman).
+    Closes: #385874
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Sun,  3 Sep 2006 19:06:53 +0200
+
+mysql-dfsg-5.0 (5.0.24a-1) unstable; urgency=high
+
+  * New upstream version.
+  * The shared library in the 5.0.24 upstream release accidently exported 
+    some symbols that are also exported by the OpenSSL libraries (notably
+    BN_bin2bn) causing unexpected behaviour in applications using these 
+    functions (thanks to Peter Cernak). Closes: #385348
+  * Added note about possible crash on certain i486 clone CPUs.
+  * Made recipient address of startup mysqlcheck output configurable
+    (thanks to Mattias Guns). Closes: #385119
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Mon, 28 Aug 2006 01:22:12 +0200
+
+mysql-dfsg-5.0 (5.0.24-3) unstable; urgency=high
+
+  * SECURITY:
+    CVE-2006-4226:
+    When run on case-sensitive filesystems, MySQL allows remote
+    authenticated users to create or access a database when the database 
+    name differs only in case from a database for which they have
+    permissions.
+    CVE-2006-4227:
+    MySQL evaluates arguments of suid routines in the security context of
+    the routine's definer instead of the routine's caller, which allows
+    remote authenticated users to gain privileges through a routine that 
+    has been made available using GRANT EXECUTE.
+    Thanks to Stefan Fritsch for reporting. Closes: #384798
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Sat, 26 Aug 2006 04:55:17 +0200
+
+mysql-dfsg-5.0 (5.0.24-2) unstable; urgency=high
+
+  * 5.0.24-1 introduced an ABI incompatibility, which this patch reverts.
+    Programs compiled against 5.0.24-1 are not compatible with any other
+    version and needs a rebuild.
+    This bug already caused a lot of segfaults and crashes in various 
+    programs. Thanks to Chad MILLER from MySQL for quickly providing a patch.
+    The shlibdeps version has been increased to 5.0.24-2.
+    Closes: #384047, #384221, #383700
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Fri, 25 Aug 2006 21:47:35 +0200
+
+mysql-dfsg-5.0 (5.0.24-1) unstable; urgency=high
+ 
+  * SECURITY: Upstream fixes a security bug which allows a user to continue
+    accessing a table using a MERGE TABLE after the right to direct access to
+    the database has been revoked (CVE-2006-4031, MySQL bug #15195).
+    (Well they did not exactly fixed it, they documented the behaviour and
+    allow the admin to disable merge table alltogether...). Closes: #380271
+  * SECURITY: Applied patch that fixes a possibly insecure filehandling
+    in the recently added mysql_upgrade binary file (MySQL bug #10320).
+  * New upstream version.
+    - Fixes nasty MySQL bug #19618 that leads to crashes when using
+      "SELECT ... WHERE ... not in (1, -1)" (e.g. vbulletin was affected).
+    - Fixes upstream bug #16803 so that linking ~/.mysql_history to /dev/null
+      now has the desired effect of having no history.
+  * Really fixed the runlevels. Closes: #377651
+  * Added patch for broken upstream handling of "host=" to mysql_upgrade.c.
+  * Adjusted /etc/mysql/debian-start to new mysql_upgrade.c
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Tue,  8 Aug 2006 00:44:13 +0200
+
+mysql-dfsg-5.0 (5.0.22-5) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * Added further line to the logcheck ignore files (thanks to Paul Wise).
+    Closes: #381038
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Wed,  2 Aug 2006 00:28:50 +0200
+
+mysql-dfsg-5.0 (5.0.22-4) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * Upstream fixes a bug in the (never released) version 5.0.23 which could
+    maybe used to crash the server if the mysqlmanager daemon is in use
+    which is not yet the default in Debian. (CVE-2006-3486 *DISPUTED*)
+  * Changed runlevel priority of mysqld from 20 to 19 so that it gets started
+    before apache and proftpd etc. which might depend on an already running
+    database server (thanks to Martin Gruner). Closes: #377651
+  * Added patch which sets PATH_MAX in ndb (thanks to Cyril Brulebois).
+    Closes: #378949
+  * Activated YaSSL as licence issues are settled according to:
+    http://bugs.mysql.com/?id=16755. This also closes the FTBFS bug
+    regarding OpenSSL as it is discouraged to use now. Closes: #368639
+  * Removed SSL-MINI-HOWTO as the official documentation is good enough now.
+  * mysql_upgrade no longer gives --password on the commandline which would
+    be insecure (thanks to Dean Gaudet). Closes: #379199
+  * Adjusted debian/patches/45* to make consecutive builds in the same source
+    tree possible (thanks to Bob Tanner). Closes: #368661
+  * mysql-server-5.0 is now suggesting tinyca as yaSSL is enabled and tinyca
+    was found to be really cool :)
+  * Moved tempdir from /tmp to /var/tmp as it will more likely have enough
+    free space as /tmp is often on the root partition and /var or at least
+    /var/tmp is on a bigger one.
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Mon, 10 Jul 2006 23:30:26 +0200
+
+mysql-dfsg-5.0 (5.0.22-3) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * Added patch for MySQL bug #19618: "select x from x
+    where x not in(1,-1)" may crash the server" (thanks to
+    Ruben Puettmann).
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Fri,  9 Jun 2006 01:41:44 +0200
+
+mysql-dfsg-5.0 (5.0.22-2) unstable; urgency=high
+
+  * Fixed debian-sys-maint related bug in postinst (thanks to
+    Jean-Christophe Dubacq). Closes: #369970
+  * The last upload was a security patch (which I did not know as I
+    uploaded before the announcement came). I now added the CVE id for
+    reference and set urgency to high as the last entry did not.
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Wed, 31 May 2006 01:04:11 +0200
+
+mysql-dfsg-5.0 (5.0.22-1) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * SECURITY: This upstream release fixes an SQL-injection with multibyte 
+    encoding problem. (CVE-2006-2753)
+  * New upstream release.
+  * Upstream fixes REPAIR TABLE problem. Closes: #354300
+  * Upstream fixes problem that empty strings in varchar and text columns
+    are displayed as NULL. Closes: #368663
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Tue, 30 May 2006 23:43:24 +0200
+
+mysql-dfsg-5.0 (5.0.21-4) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * Added "BLOCKSIZE=" to the diskfree check (thanks to Farzad FARID).
+    Closes: #367027, #367083
+  * Further fixed mysql_upgrade upstream script (thanks to Andreas Pakulat)
+    Closes: #366155
+  * Adjusted the /proc test in debian/rules from /proc/1 to /proc/self
+    to make building on grsec systems possible (thanks to K. Rosenegger).
+    Closes: #366824
+  * Updated Russion Debconf translation (thanks to Yuriy Talakan).
+    Closes: #367141
+  * Updated Czech Debconf translation (thanks to Kiroslav Kure).
+    Closes: #367160
+  * Updated Galician Debconf translation (thanks to Jacobo Tarrio).
+    Closes: #367384
+  * Updated Swedish Debconf translation (thanks to Daniel Nylander).
+    Closes: #368186
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Wed, 10 May 2006 08:45:42 +0200
+
+mysql-dfsg-5.0 (5.0.21-3) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * Fixed FTBFS problem which was caused by a patch that modifies Makefile.am
+    as well as Makefile.in and was not deteced because my desktop was fast
+    enough to patch both files within the same second and so fooled automake.
+    (thanks to Blars Blarson for notifying me). Closes: #366534
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Sat,  6 May 2006 19:03:58 +0200
+
+mysql-dfsg-5.0 (5.0.21-2) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * Fixed bug in postinst that did not correctly rewrite 
+    /etc/mysql/debian.cnf (thanks to Daniel Leidert). 
+    Closes: #365433, #366155
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Thu,  4 May 2006 02:37:03 +0200
+
+mysql-dfsg-5.0 (5.0.21-1) unstable; urgency=high
+
+  * SECURITY: New upstream release with some security relevant bugfixes:
+    * "Buffer over-read in check_connection with usernames lacking a
+      trailing null byte" (CVE-2006-1516)
+    * "Anonymous Login Handshake - Information Leakage" (CVE-2006-1517)
+    * "COM_TABLE_DUMP Information Leakage and Arbitrary command execution"
+       (CVE-2006-1518)
+    Closes: #365938, #365939
+  * Added diskfree check to the init script (thanks to Tim Baverstock).
+    Closes: #365460
+  * First amd64 upload!
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Sat, 29 Apr 2006 04:31:27 +0200
+  
+mysql-dfsg-5.0 (5.0.20a-2) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * The new mysql-upgrade which is started from /etc/mysql/debian-start
+    does now use the debian-sys-maint user for authentication (thanks to
+    Philipp). Closes: #364991
+  * Wrote patch debian/patches/43* which adds a password option to
+    mysql_update. See MySQL bug #19400.
+  * Added "Provides: libmysqlclient-dev" to libmysqlclient15-dev as I saw no
+    obvious reasons against it (problems should be documented in
+    debian/README.Maintainer!) (thanks to Olaf van der Spek). Closes: #364899
+  * Updated Netherlands debconf translation (thanks to Vincent Zweije)
+    Closes: #364464
+  * Updated French debconf translation (thanks to Christian Perrier)
+    Closes: #364401
+  * Updated Danish debconf translation (thanks to Claus Hindsgaul)
+    Closes: #365135
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Wed, 26 Apr 2006 01:14:53 +0200
+
+mysql-dfsg-5.0 (5.0.20a-1) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * New upstream release.
+  * Added the new mysql_upgrade script and added it to
+    /etc/mysql/debian-start (thanks to Alessandro Polverini). 
+    The script is currently very noise that is a known bug and will be
+    fixed in the next release!
+    Closes: #363458
+  * No longer creates the "test" database. This actuallay had been tried
+    to archive before (at least patches) exists but apparently was not the
+    case in the last versions (thanks to Olaf van der Spek). Closes: #362126
+  * Reformatted libmysqlclient15off.NEWS.Debian to changelog format
+    (thanks to Peter Palfrader). Closes: #363062
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Sat, 15 Apr 2006 13:05:22 +0200
+
+mysql-dfsg-5.0 (5.0.20-1) unstable; urgency=high
+
+  * Upstream contains a fix for a nasty bug (MySQL#18153) that users 
+    already experienced and that caused corrupted triggers after
+    REPAIR/OPTIMIZE/ALTER TABLE statements.
+    (thanks to Jerome Despatis for pointing out)
+  * Added patch for the "updates on multiple tables is buggy after 
+    upgrading from 4.1 to 5.0" problem which MySQL has been committed
+    for the upcoming 5.0.21 release. Closes #352704
+  * Added Netherlands debconf translation (thanks to Vincent Zweije).
+    Closes: #360443
+  * Added Galician debconf translation (thanks to Jacobo Tarrio).
+    Closes: #361257
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Fri,  7 Apr 2006 00:00:43 +0200
+
+mysql-dfsg-5.0 (5.0.19-3) unstable; urgency=high
+
+  [ Christian Hammers ]
+  * Fixed libmysqlclient15.README.Debian regarding package name changes
+    (thanks to Leppo).
+  * Moved libheap.a etc. back to /usr/lib/mysql/ as their names are just
+    too generic. Closes: #353924
+  [ Sean Finney ]
+  * updated danish debconf translation, thanks to Claus Hindsgaul
+    (closes: #357424).
+  [ Adam Conrad ]
+  * Send stderr from 'find' in preinst to /dev/null to tidy up chatter.
+  * Backport patch for CVE-2006-0903 from the upcoming release to resolve
+    a log bypass vulnerability when using non-binary logs (closes: #359701)
+
+ -- Adam Conrad <adconrad@xxxxxxx>  Tue,  4 Apr 2006 15:23:18 +1000
+
+mysql-dfsg-5.0 (5.0.19-2) unstable; urgency=medium
+
+  * New upstream release.
+  * Renamed package libmysqlclient15 to libmysqlclient15off due to
+    binary incompatible changes.
+    See /usr/share/doc/libmysqlclient15off/README.Debian
+  * Updated Czech debconf translation (thanks to Miroslav Kure).
+    Closes: #356503
+  * Updated French debconf translation (thanks to Christian Perrier).
+    Closes: #356332
+  * Improved README.Debian (thanks to Olaf van der Spek). Closes: #355702
+  * Fixed 5.0.18-8 changelog by saying in which package the NEWS.Debian
+    file is (thanks to Ross Boylan). Closes: #355978
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Fri, 17 Mar 2006 02:32:19 +0100
+
+mysql-dfsg-5.0 (5.0.19-1) experimental; urgency=medium
+
+  * New upstream release.
+  * SECURITY: CVE-2006-3081: A bug where str_to_date(1,NULL) lead to a 
+    server crash has been fixed. 
+    (this note has been added subsequently for reference)
+  * Renamed package libmysqlclient15 to libmysqlclient15off.
+    See /usr/share/doc/libmysqlclient15off/NEWS.Debian
+  * Updated Czech debconf translation (thanks to Miroslav Kure).
+    Closes: #356503
+  * Updated French debconf translation (thanks to Christian Perrier).
+    Closes: #356332
+  * Improved README.Debian (thanks to Olaf van der Spek). Closes: #355702
+  * Fixed 5.0.18-8 changelog by saying in which package the NEWS.Debian
+    file is (thanks to Ross Boylan). Closes: #355978
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Tue, 14 Mar 2006 22:56:13 +0100
+
+mysql-dfsg-5.0 (5.0.18-9) unstable; urgency=medium
+
+  [ Christian Hammers ]
+  * When using apt-get the check for left-over ISAM tables can abort the
+    installation of mysql-server-5.0 but not prevent the mysql-server-4.1
+    package from getting removed. The only thing I can do is reflect this
+    in the Debconf notice that is shown and suggest to reinstall
+    mysql-server-4.1 for converting. See: #354850
+  * Suggests removing of /etc/cron.daily/mysql-server in last NEWS message
+    (thanks to Mourad De Clerck). Closes: #354111
+  * Added versioned symbols for kfreebsd and Hurd, too (thanks to Aurelien
+    Jarno and Michael Bank). Closes: #353971 
+  * Added versioned symbols for kfreebsd, too (thanks to Aurelien Jarno).
+    Closes: #353971
+  [ Adam Conrad ]
+  * Add 39_scripts__mysqld_safe.sh__port_dir.dpatch to ensure that the
+    permissions on /var/run/mysqld are always correct, even on a tmpfs.
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Mon,  6 Mar 2006 21:42:13 +0100
+
+mysql-dfsg-5.0 (5.0.18-8) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * The rotation of the binary logs is now configured via
+    expire-logs-days in /etc/mysql/my.cnf and handled completely
+    by the server and no longer in configured in debian-log-rotate.conf
+    and handled by a cron job. Thanks to David Johnson.
+    See /usr/share/doc/mysql-server-5.0/NEWS.Debian
+  * Ran aspell over some files in debian/ and learned a lot :)
+  * debian/rules: Added check if versioned symbols are really there.
+  * Updated SSL-MINI-HOWTO.
+  * Updated copyright (removed the parts regarding the now removed
+    BerkeleyDB table handler and mysql-doc package).
+  * Relocated a variable in preinst (thanks to Michael Heldebrant).
+    Closes: #349258, #352587, #351216
+  * Updated Danish debconf translation (thanks to Claus Hindsgaul).
+    Closes: #349013  
+  * Updated Swedish debconf translation (thanks to Daniel Nylander).
+    Closes: #349522
+  * Updated French debconf translation (thanks to Christian Perrier).
+    Closes: #349592
+  * Fixed typo in README.Debian (thanks to Vincent Ricard).
+  * Prolonged waiting time for mysqld in the init script. Closes: #352070
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Mon, 23 Jan 2006 23:13:46 +0100
+
+mysql-dfsg-5.0 (5.0.18-7) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * Made mailx in debian-start.inc.sh optional and changed the dependency on it
+    on it to a mere recommendation. Closes: #316297
+  * the previous FTBFS patches for GNU/Hurd inadvertently led to configure
+    being regenerating, losing a couple trivial things like our versioned
+    symbols patch, causing many nasty problems (closes: #348854).
+
+ -- sean finney <seanius@xxxxxxxxxx>  Fri, 20 Jan 2006 20:59:27 +0100
+
+mysql-dfsg-5.0 (5.0.18-6) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * Added version comment (thanks to Daniel van Eeden). 
+  * Added two patches to build on GNU/Hurd (thanks to Michael Bank).
+    Closes: #348182
+  * Abort upgrade if old and now unsupported ISAM tables are present
+    (thanks to David Coe). Closes: #345895
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Tue, 17 Jan 2006 19:25:59 +0100
+
+mysql-dfsg-5.0 (5.0.18-5) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * Bump shlibdeps for libmysqlclient15 to (>= 5.0.15-1), which was
+    the first non-beta release from upstream, as well as being shortly
+    after we broke the ABI in Debian by introducing versioned symbols.
+
+ -- Adam Conrad <adconrad@xxxxxxx>  Fri, 13 Jan 2006 13:18:03 +1100
+
+mysql-dfsg-5.0 (5.0.18-4) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * Munge our dependencies further to smooth upgrades even more, noting
+    that we really need 5.0 to conflict with 4.1, and stealing a page from
+    the book of mysql-common, it doesn't hurt to hint package managers in
+    the direction of "hey, this stuff is a complete replacement for 4.1"
+  * Change the description of mysql-server and mysql-client to remove the
+    references to it being "transition", and instead point out that it's
+    the way to get the "current best version" of each package installed.
+
+ -- Adam Conrad <adconrad@xxxxxxx>  Wed, 11 Jan 2006 11:39:45 +1100
+
+mysql-dfsg-5.0 (5.0.18-3) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * Make the mysql-{client,server}-5.0 conflict against mysql-{client,server}
+    versioned, so they can be installed side-by-side and upgrade properly.
+  * Add myself to Uploaders; since I have access to the alioth repository.
+
+ -- Adam Conrad <adconrad@xxxxxxx>  Tue, 10 Jan 2006 19:15:48 +1100
+
+mysql-dfsg-5.0 (5.0.18-2) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * Removed the transitional package that forced an upgrade from
+    mysql-server-4.1 to mysql-server-5.0 as I was convinced that
+    having a general "mysql-server" package with adjusted dependencies
+    is enough (thanks to Adam Conrad).
+  * Updated logcheck.ignore files (thanks to Jamie McCarthy). Closes: #340193
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Mon,  9 Jan 2006 21:54:53 +0100
+
+mysql-dfsg-5.0 (5.0.18-1) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * New upstream version. 
+  * Added empty transitional packages that force an upgrade from the
+    server and client packages that have been present in Sarge.
+  * Fixed SSL-MINI-HOWTO (thanks to Jonas Smedegaard). Closes: #340589 
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Mon,  2 Jan 2006 21:17:51 +0100
+
+mysql-dfsg-5.0 (5.0.17-1) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * Never released as Debian package.
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Thu, 22 Dec 2005 07:49:52 +0100
+
+mysql-dfsg-5.0 (5.0.16-1) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * New upstream version.
+  * Removed the error logs from the logrotate script as Debian does
+    not use them anymore. Closes: #339628
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Tue, 22 Nov 2005 01:19:11 +0100
+
+mysql-dfsg-5.0 (5.0.15-2) unstable; urgency=medium
+
+  * Added 14_configure__gcc-atomic.h.diff to fix FTBFS on m68k
+    (thanks to Stephen R Marenka). Closes: #337082
+  * Removed dynamic linking against libstdc++ as it was not really
+    needed (thanks to Adam Conrad). Closes: #328613
+  * Fixed the "/var/lib/mysql is a symlink" workaround that accidently
+    left a stalled symlink (thanks to Thomas Lamy). Closes: #336759
+  * As the init script cannot distinguish between a broken startup and
+    one that just takes very long the "failed" message now says
+    "or took more than 6s" (thanks to Olaf van der Spek). Closes: #335547
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Thu,  3 Nov 2005 22:00:15 +0100
+
+mysql-dfsg-5.0 (5.0.15-1) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * New upstream version. 5.0 has finally been declared STABLE!
+  * Added small patch to debian/rules that fixed sporadic build errors
+    where stdout and stderr were piped together, got mixed up and broke
+  * Added --with-big-tables to ./configure (thanks to tj.trevelyan).
+    Closes: #333090
+  * Added capability to parse "-rc" to debian/watch.
+  * Fixed cronscript (thanks to Andrew Deason). Closes: #335244
+  * Added Swedish debconf translation (thanks to Daniel Nylander).
+    Closes: #333670
+  * Added comment to README.Debian regarding applications that manually
+    set new-style passwords... Closes: #334444
+  * Sean Finney:
+    - Fix duplicate reference to [-e|--extended-insert]. Closes: #334957
+    - Fix default behavior for mysqldumpslow. Closes: #334517
+    - Reference documentation issue in mysql manpage. Closes: #335219
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Fri, 30 Sep 2005 00:10:39 +0200
+
+mysql-dfsg-5.0 (5.0.13rc-1) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * New upstream release. Now "release-candidate"! 
+  * Removed any dynamic link dependencies to libndbclient.so.0 which
+    is due to its version only distributed as a static library.
+  * Sean Finney:
+    - FTBFS fix related to stripping rpath in debian/rules
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Mon, 26 Sep 2005 22:09:26 +0200
+
+mysql-dfsg-5.0 (5.0.12beta-5) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * The recent FTBFS were probably result of a timing bug in the
+    debian/patches/75_*.dpatch file where Makefile.in got patched just
+    before the Makefile.shared which it depended on. For that reason
+    only some of the autobuilders failed. Closes: #330149
+  * Fixed chrpath removal (option -k had to be added).
+  * Corrected debconf dependency as requested by Joey Hess.
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Mon, 26 Sep 2005 18:37:07 +0200
+
+mysql-dfsg-5.0 (5.0.12beta-4) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * Removed experimental shared library libndbclient.so.0.0.0 as it
+    is doomed to cause trouble as long as it is present in both MySQL 4.1
+    and 5.0 without real soname and its own package. We still have
+    libndbclient.a for developers. (thanks to Adam Conrad and 
+    mediaforest.net). Closes: #329772
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Fri, 23 Sep 2005 12:36:48 +0200
+
+mysql-dfsg-5.0 (5.0.12beta-3) unstable; urgency=medium
+
+  * Symbol versioning support!  wooooohoooooo!
+    (thanks to Steve Langasek) Closes: #236288
+  * Moved libndbcclient.so.0 to the -dev package as it is provided by
+    libmysqlclient14 and -15 which must be installable simultaneously.
+  * Removed mysql-*-doc suggestions.
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Tue, 20 Sep 2005 00:07:03 +0200
+
+mysql-dfsg-5.0 (5.0.12beta-2) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * Added patch to build on GNU/kFreeBSD (thanks to Aurelien Jarno).
+    Closes: #327702
+  * Added patch that was already been present on the 4.1 branch which
+    makes the "status" command of the init script more sensible
+    (thanks to Stephen Gildea). Closes: #311836
+  * Added Vietnamese Debconf translation (thanks to Clytie Siddal).
+    Closes: #313006
+  * Updated German Debconf translation (thanks to Jens Seidel).
+    Closes: #313957
+  * Corrected commends in example debian-log-rotate.conf. The default is
+    unlike the mysql-sever-4.1 package which needed to stay backwards
+    compatible now 2 to avoid filling up the disk endlessly.
+  * Fixed watch file to be "-beta" aware.
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Thu, 15 Sep 2005 20:50:19 +0200
+
+mysql-dfsg-5.0 (5.0.12beta-1) unstable; urgency=medium
+
+  * Christian Hammers:
+    - New upstream release.
+    - Changed build-dep to libreadline5-dev as requested by Matthias Klose.
+      Closes: #326316
+    - Applied fix for changed output format of SHOW MASTER LOGS for
+      binary log rotation (thanks to Martin Krueger). Closes: #326427, #326427
+    - Removed explicit setting of $PATH as I saw no sense in it and
+      it introduced a bug (thanks to Quim Calpe). Closes: #326769
+    - Removed PID file creation from /etc/init.d/mysql-ndb as it does
+      not work with this daemon (thanks to Quim Calpe).
+    - Updated French Debconf translation (thanks to Christian Perrier).
+      Closes: #324805
+    - Moved conflicts line in debian/control from libmysqlclient15 to
+      libmysqlclient15-dev and removed some pre-sarge conflicts as
+      suggested by Adam Majer. Closes: #324623
+  * Sean Finney:
+    - For posterity, CAN-2005-2558 has been fixed since 5.0.7beta.
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Thu, 15 Sep 2005 19:58:22 +0200
+
+mysql-dfsg-5.0 (5.0.11beta-3) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * Temporarily build only with -O2 to circumvent gcc internal errors
+    (thanks to Matthias Klose). Related to: #321165 
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Thu, 18 Aug 2005 15:44:04 +0200
+
+mysql-dfsg-5.0 (5.0.11beta-2) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * Fixed README.Debian regarding the status of mysql-doc.
+  * Added "set +e" around chgrp in mysql-server-5.0.preinst to
+    not fail on .journal files (thanks to Christophe Nowicki).
+    Closes: #318435
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Sun, 14 Aug 2005 18:02:08 +0200
+
+mysql-dfsg-5.0 (5.0.11beta-1) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * New upstream version. 
+  * Added Danish Debconf translations (thanks to Claus Hindsgaul).
+    Closes: #322384
+  * Updated Czech Debconf translations (thanks to Miroslav Kure).
+    Closes: #321765
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Sat, 13 Aug 2005 11:56:15 +0000
+
+mysql-dfsg-5.0 (5.0.10beta-1) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * New upstream release.
+  * Christian Hammers:
+    - Added check for mounted /proc to debian/rules.
+  * Sean Finney:
+    - fix for fix_mysql_privilege_tables/mysql_fix_privilege_tables typo
+      in mysql-server-5.0's README.Debian (see #319838).
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Sun, 31 Jul 2005 00:30:45 +0200
+
+mysql-dfsg-5.0 (5.0.7beta-1) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * Second try for new upstream release. 
+  * Renamed mysql-common-5.0 to mysql-common as future libmysqlclient16
+    from e.g. MySQL-5.1 would else introduce mysql-common-5.1 which makes
+    a simultanous installation of libmysqlclient14 impossible as that
+    depends on either mysql-common or mysql-common-5.0 but not on future
+    versions. Thus we decided to always let the newest MySQL version
+    provide mysql-common.
+  * Added ${misc:Depends} as suggested by debhelper manpage. 
+  * Raised standard in control file to 3.6.2.
+  * Removed DH_COMPAT from rules in faviour of debian/compat.
+  * Checkes for presence of init script before executing it in preinst.
+    Referres: 315959
+  * Added 60_includes_mysys.h__gcc40.dpatch for GCC-4.0 compatibility.
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Wed, 29 Jun 2005 00:39:05 +0200
+
+mysql-dfsg-5.0 (5.0.5beta-1) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * New major release! Still beta so be carefull...
+  * Added federated storage engine.
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Wed,  8 Jun 2005 19:29:45 +0200
+
+mysql-dfsg-4.1 (4.1.12-1) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * Christian Hammers:
+    - New upstream release.
+    - Disabled BerkeleyDB finally. It has been obsoleted by InnoDB.
+  * Sean Finney:
+    - Updated French translation from Christian Perrier (Closes: #310526).
+    - Updated Japanese translation from Hideki Yamane (Closes: #310263).
+    - Updated Russian translation from Yuriy Talakan (Closes: #310197).
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Sat,  4 Jun 2005 05:49:11 +0200
+
+mysql-dfsg-4.1 (4.1.11a-4) unstable; urgency=high
+
+  * Fixed FTBFS problem which was caused due to the fact that last uploads
+    BerkeleyDB patch was tried to applied on all architectures and not only
+    on those where BerkeleyDB is actually beeing built. Closes: #310296
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Mon, 23 May 2005 00:54:51 +0200
+
+mysql-dfsg-4.1 (4.1.11a-3) unstable; urgency=high
+
+  * Added patch from Piotr Roszatycki to compile the bundled db3 library
+    that is needed for the BerkeleyDB support with versioned symbols so
+    that mysqld no longer crashes when it gets linked together with the
+    Debian db3 version which happens when e.g. using libnss-db.
+    Closes: #308966
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Thu, 19 May 2005 01:41:14 +0200
+
+mysql-dfsg-4.1 (4.1.11a-2) unstable; urgency=high
+
+  * Okay, the hackery with /var/lib/dpkg/info/mysql-server.list will not
+    stand and is removed from the preinst of mysql-server.
+  * New workaround for the symlink problem that does not involve mucking
+    with dpkg's file lists is storing the symlinks in a temporary location
+    across upgrades.
+    As this sometimes fails since apt-get does not always call new.preinst
+    before old.postrm, some remarks were added to README.Debian and the
+    Debconf installation notes to minimize the inconvinience this causes.
+
+ -- sean finney <seanius@xxxxxxxxxx>  Sun, 15 May 2005 10:25:31 -0400
+
+mysql-dfsg-4.1 (4.1.11a-1) unstable; urgency=high
+
+  * Added the "a" to the version number to be able to upload a new
+    .orig.tar.gz file which now has the non-free Docs/ directory removed
+    as this has been forgotten in the 4.1.11 release (thanks to Goeran
+    Weinholt). Closes: #308691
+  * The Woody package listed /var/lib/mysql and /var/log/mysql in its
+    /var/lib/dpkg/info/mysql-server.list. These directories are often
+    replaced by symlinks to data partitions which triggers a dpkg bug
+    that causes these symlinks to be removed on upgrades. The new preinst
+    prevents this by removing the two lines from the .list file
+    (thanks to Andreas Barth and Jamin W. Collins). See dpkg bug #287978.
+  * Updated French Debconf translation (thanks to Christian Perrier).
+    Closes: #308353
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Thu, 12 May 2005 21:52:46 +0200
+
+mysql-dfsg-4.1 (4.1.11-3) unstable; urgency=high
+
+  * The "do you want to remove /var/lib/mysql when purging the package" flag
+    from old versions is removed once this package is beeing installed so
+    that purging an old Woody mysql-server package while having a
+    mysql-server-4.1 package installed can no longer lead to the removal of
+    all databases. Additionaly clarified the wording of this versions Debconf
+    template and added a check that skips this purge in the postrm script
+    if another mysql-server* package has /usr/sbin/mysqld installed.
+    (thanks to Adrian Bunk for spotting that problem) Closes: #307473
+  * Cronfile was not beeing installed as the filename was not in the
+    correct format for "dh_installcron --name" (thanks to Tomislav
+    Gountchev). Closes: #302712
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Sat, 23 Apr 2005 22:55:15 +0200
+
+mysql-dfsg-4.1 (4.1.11-2) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * Sean Finney:
+    - don't freak out if we can't remove /etc/mysql during purge.
+    - debian/rules clean works again.
+  * Christian Hammers:
+    - Fixed typo in README.Debian (thanks to Joerg Rieger). Closes: #304897
+    - Completely removed the passwordless test user as it was not only
+      insecure but also lead to irritations as MySQL checks first the
+      permissions of this user and then those of a password having one.
+      See bug report from Hilko Bengen for details. Closes: #301741
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Sat, 16 Apr 2005 15:55:00 +0200
+
+mysql-dfsg-4.1 (4.1.11-1) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * New upstream version. 
+  * Upstream fix for charset/collation problem. Closes: #282256
+  * Upstream fix for subselect crash. Closes: #297687
+  * Corrected minor issue in Debconf template regarding skip-networking
+    (thanks to Isaac Clerencia). Closes: #303417
+  * Made dependency to gawk unnecessary (thanks to Zoran Dzelajlija).
+    Closes: #302284
+  * Removed obsolete 50_innodb_mixlen.dpatch.
+  * Removed obsolete 51_CAN-2004-0957_db_grant_underscore.dpatch.
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Fri,  8 Apr 2005 00:23:53 +0200
+
+mysql-dfsg-4.1 (4.1.10a-7) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * Sean Finney:
+    - fix for the mysteriously disappeared cronjob.  thanks to
+      Peter Palfrader <weasel@xxxxxxxxxx> for pointing out this omission.
+      (closes: #302712).
+
+ -- sean finney <seanius@xxxxxxxxxx>  Sat, 02 Apr 2005 16:54:13 -0500
+
+mysql-dfsg-4.1 (4.1.10a-6) unstable; urgency=high
+
+  * Sean Finney:
+    - the previous upload did not completely address the issue.  this one
+      should do so.  d'oh.
+
+ -- sean finney <seanius@xxxxxxxxxx>  Thu, 31 Mar 2005 03:35:50 +0000
+
+mysql-dfsg-4.1 (4.1.10a-5) unstable; urgency=high
+
+  * Sean Finney:
+    - the following security issue is addressed in this upload:
+      CAN-2004-0957 (grant privilege escalation on tables with underscores)
+      thanks to sergei at mysql for all his help with this.
+
+ -- sean finney <seanius@xxxxxxxxxx>  Wed, 30 Mar 2005 21:19:26 -0500
+
+mysql-dfsg-4.1 (4.1.10a-4) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * Sean Finney:
+    - FTBFS fix for amd64/gcc-4.0.  Thanks to Andreas Jochens <aj@xxxxxxxxx>
+      for reporting this (closes: #301807).
+    - ANSI-compatible quoting fix in daily cron job.  thanks to 
+      Karl Hammar <karl@xxxxxxxxxxx> for pointing out the problem in
+      the 4.0 branch.
+    - Added myself as a co-maintainer in the control file (closes: #295312).
+
+ -- sean finney <seanius@xxxxxxxxxx>  Tue, 29 Mar 2005 18:54:42 -0500
+
+mysql-dfsg-4.1 (4.1.10a-3) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * BerkeleyDB is now disabled by default as its use is discouraged by MySQL.
+  * Added embedded server libraries as they finally do compile.
+    They are currently in libmysqlclient-dev as they are still 
+    experimental and only available as .a library (thanks to Keith Packard).
+    Closes: #297062
+  * Fixed obsolete "tail" syntax (thanks to Sven Mueller). Closes: #301413
+  * Added CAN numbers for the latest security bugfix upload.
+  * Updated manpage of mysqlmanager (thanks to Justin Pryzby). Closes: #299844
+  * Added comments to default configuration.
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Sun, 20 Mar 2005 17:40:18 +0100
+
+mysql-dfsg-4.1 (4.1.10a-2) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * Disabled "--with-mysqld-ldflags=-all-static" as it causes sig11 crashes
+    if LDAP is used for groups in /etc/nsswitch.conf. Confirmed by Sean Finney
+    and Daniel Dehennin. Closes: #299382
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Mon, 14 Mar 2005 03:01:03 +0100
+
+mysql-dfsg-4.1 (4.1.10a-1) unstable; urgency=high
+
+  * SECURITY:
+    - The following security related updates are addressed: 
+      CAN-2005-0711 (temporary file creation with "CREATE TEMPORARY TABLE")
+      CAN-2005-0709 (arbitrary library injection in udf_init())
+      CAN-2005-0710 (arbitrary code execution via "CREATE FUNCTION")
+      Closes: #299029, #299031, #299065
+  * New Upstream Release.
+    - Fixes some server crash conditions.
+    - Upstream includes fix for TMPDIR overriding my.cnf tmpdir setting
+      Closes: #294347
+    - Fixes InnoDB error message. Closes: #298875
+    - Fixes resouce limiting. Closes: #285044
+  * Improved checking whether or not the server is alive in the init script
+    which should make it possible to run several mysqld instances in
+    different chroot environments. Closes: #297772
+  * Fixed cron script name as dots are not allowed (thanks to Michel
+    v/d Ven). Closes: #298447
+  * Added -O3 and --with-mysqld-ldflags=-all-static as MySQL recommends to
+    build the server binary statically in order to gain about 13% more
+    performance (thanks to Marcin Kowalski).
+  * Added patch to let mysqld_safe react to signals (thanks to Erich 
+    Schubert). Closes: #208364
+  * (Thanks to Sean Finney for doing a great share of work for this release!)
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Thu,  3 Mar 2005 02:36:39 +0100
+
+mysql-dfsg-4.1 (4.1.10-4) unstable; urgency=medium
+
+  * Fixed bug that prevented MySQL from starting after upgrades.
+    Closes: #297198, #296403
+  * Added comment about logging to syslog to the default my.cnf
+    and the logrotate script (thanks to Ryszard Lach). Closes: #295507
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Thu,  3 Mar 2005 00:28:02 +0100
+
+mysql-dfsg-4.1 (4.1.10-3) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * Sean Finney: Cronjobs now exit silently when the server package
+    has been removed but not purged (thanks to Vineet Kumar).
+    Closes: #297404
+  * Fixed comments of /etc/mysql/debian-log-rotate.conf (thanks to
+    Philip Ross). Closes: #297467
+  * Made mysqld_safe reacting sane on signals (thanks to Erich Schubert).
+    Closes: #208364
+ 
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Tue,  1 Mar 2005 19:44:34 +0100
+
+mysql-dfsg-4.1 (4.1.10-2) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * Converted to dpatch.
+  * debian/ is now maintained via Subversion on svn.debian.org. 
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Tue,  1 Mar 2005 02:16:36 +0100
+
+mysql-dfsg-4.1 (4.1.10-1) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * New upstream version.
+  * Upstream fixed memleak bug. Closes: #205587
+  * Added debian/copyright.more for personal reference.
+  * Lowered default query cache size as suggested by Arjen from MySQL.
+  * Switched from log to log-bin as suggested by Arjen from MySQL.
+  * Fixed typo in my.cnf (thanks to Sebastian Feltel). Closes: #295247
+  * Replaced --defaults-extra-file by --defaults-file in Debian scripts
+    as former lets password/host etc be overwriteable by /root/.my.cnf.
+    Added socket to /etc/mysql/debian.cnf to let it work. (thanks to
+    SATOH Fumiyasu). Closes: #295170
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Tue, 15 Feb 2005 23:47:02 +0100
+
+mysql-dfsg-4.1 (4.1.9-4) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * Improved the way mysqld is started and registered with update-rc.d
+    in cases where the admin modifies the runlevel configuration.
+    Most notably removed the debconf question whether or not mysql should
+    start on when booting. Closes: #274264
+  * Renamed configuration option old-passwords to the more preferred
+    naming convention old_passwords. Same for some others (thanks to
+    Patrice Pawlak). Closes: #293983
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Tue,  8 Feb 2005 02:21:18 +0100
+
+mysql-dfsg-4.1 (4.1.9-3) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * Renamed ca_ES.po to ca.po to reach a broader audience (thanks to 
+    Christian Perrier). Closes: #293786 
+  * Expicitly disabled mysqlfs support as it has never been enabled by
+    configure during the autodetection but fails due to broken upstream
+    code when users try to build the package theirselves while having
+    liborbit-dev installed which triggers the mysqlfs autodetection
+    (thanks to Max Kellermann). Closes: #293431
+  * Added dependencies to gawk as one script does not work with original-awk
+    (thanks to Petr Ferschmann). Closes: #291634
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Sun,  6 Feb 2005 23:33:11 +0100
+
+mysql-dfsg-4.1 (4.1.9-2) unstable; urgency=high
+
+  * SECURITY:
+    For historical reasons /usr/share/mysql/ was owned and writable by
+    the user "mysql". This is a security problem as some scripts that
+    are run by root are in this directory and could be modified and used
+    by a malicious user who already has mysql privileges to gain full root
+    rights (thanks to Matt Brubeck). Closes: #293345
+  * Changed "skip-networking" to "bind-address 127.0.0.1" which is more
+    compatible and not less secure but maybe even more, as less people enable
+    networking for all interfaces (thanks to Arjen Lentz).
+  * Enabled InnoDB by default as recommended by Arjen Lentz from MySQL.
+  * Added remarks about hosts.allow to README.Debian (thanks to David
+    Chappell). Closes: #291300
+  * mysql-server-4.1 now provides mysql-server (thanks to Paul van den Berg).
+    Closes: #287735
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Wed,  2 Feb 2005 23:31:55 +0100
+
+mysql-dfsg-4.1 (4.1.9-1) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * New upstream version.
+  * mysql-client-4.1 now provides "mysql-client" so that packages depending
+    on mysql-client (ca. 40) can now be used with MySQL-4.1, too.
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Sun, 23 Jan 2005 22:52:48 +0100
+
+mysql-dfsg-4.1 (4.1.8a-6) unstable; urgency=high
+
+  * SECURITY:
+    Javier Fernandez-Sanguino Pena from the Debian Security Audit Project
+    discovered a temporary file vulnerability in the mysqlaccess script of
+    MySQL that could allow an unprivileged user to let root overwrite
+    arbitrary files via a symlink attack and could also could unveil the
+    contents of a temporary file which might contain sensitive information.
+    (CAN-2005-0004, http://lists.mysql.com/internals/20600) Closes: #291122
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Tue, 18 Jan 2005 23:11:48 +0100
+
+mysql-dfsg-4.1 (4.1.8a-5) unstable; urgency=medium
+
+  * Fixed important upstream bug that causes from_unixtime(0) to return
+    NULL instead of "1970-01-01 00:00:00" which fails on NOT NULL columns.
+    Closes: #287792
+  * Fixes upstream bug in mysql_list_fields() . Closes: #282486
+  * Fixes bug that lead to double rotated logfiles when mysql-server 4.0
+    was previously installed (thanks to Olaf van der Spek). Closes: #289851
+  * Fixed typo in README.Debian (thanks to Mark Nipper). Closes: #289131
+  * Changed max_allowed_packet in my.cnf to 16M as in 4.0.x (thanks to
+    Olaf van der Spek). Closes: #289840
+  * Updated French debconf translation (thanks to Christian Perrier).
+    Closes: #287955
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Thu, 13 Jan 2005 01:29:05 +0100
+
+mysql-dfsg-4.1 (4.1.8a-4) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * Broken patch again :-(
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Sun,  9 Jan 2005 23:47:55 +0100
+
+mysql-dfsg-4.1 (4.1.8a-3) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * The mutex patch was a bit too x86 centric. This broke the alpha build.
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Sun,  9 Jan 2005 14:18:49 +0100
+
+mysql-dfsg-4.1 (4.1.8a-2) unstable; urgency=medium
+ 
+  * Some Makefiles that were patched by me got overwritten by the GNU
+    autotools, probably because I also patched ./configure. Fixed now,
+    the critical mutex patch is now back in again. Closes: #286961
+  * Added patch to make MySQL compile on ARM (thanks to Adam Majer).
+    Closes: #285071
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Thu,  6 Jan 2005 09:30:13 +0100
+
+mysql-dfsg-4.1 (4.1.8a-1) unstable; urgency=medium
+
+  * Upstream 4.1.8 had some problems in their GNU Autotools files so they
+    released 4.1.8a. Debian's 4.1.8 was fixed by running autoreconf but this
+    again overwrote MySQL changes to ltmain.sh which are supposed to fix some
+    problems on uncommon architectures (maybe the FTBFS on alpha, arm, m68k
+    and sparc?).
+  * libmysqlclient_r.so.14 from 4.1.8-3 also missed a link dependency to
+    libz which lead to unresolved symbols visible with "ldd -r" (thanks
+    to Laurent Bonnaud). Closes: #287573
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Wed, 29 Dec 2004 14:26:33 +0100
+
+mysql-dfsg-4.1 (4.1.8-3) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * Fixed checking for error messages by forcing english language
+    output by adding LC_ALL=C to debian-start (thanks to Rene
+    Konasz) Closes: #285709
+  * Fixed bashisms in Debian scripts. Closes: #286863
+  * Updated Japanese Debconf translation (thanks to Hideki Yamane).
+    Closes: #287003
+  * Improved 4.0 to 4.1 upgrade if /var/lib/mysql is a symlink
+    (thanks to Thomas Lamy). Closes: #286560
+  * Added patch for FTBFS problem where no LinuxThreads can be found.
+    I don't know if this still applies but it should not hurt.
+    The patch is debian/patches/configure__AMD64-LinuxThreads-vs-NPTL.diff
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Sun, 26 Dec 2004 14:04:20 +0100
+
+mysql-dfsg-4.1 (4.1.8-2) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * If /var/lib/mysql is a symlink then it is kept as such.
+  * Added the old-passwords option to the default my.cnf to stay
+    compatible to clients that are still compiled to libmysqlclient10
+    and libmysqlclient12 for licence reasons. 
+  * Adjusted tetex build-deps to ease backporting (thanks to Norbert
+    Tretkowski from backports.org).
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Tue, 21 Dec 2004 01:00:27 +0100
+
+mysql-dfsg-4.1 (4.1.8-1) unstable; urgency=medium
+
+  * New upstream version. Closes: #286175
+  * Added conflict to libmysqlclient-dev (thanks to Adam Majer).
+    Closes: #286538
+  * Added debconf-updatepo to debian/rules:clean.
+  * Updated Japanese Debconf translation (thanks to Hideki Yamane).
+    Closes: #285107
+  * Updated French Debconf translation (thanks to Christian Perrier).
+    Closes: #285977
+  * Renamed cz.po to cs.po (thanks to Miroslav Kure). Closes: #285438
+  * Aplied patch for changed server notice to debian-start (thanks to
+    Adam Majer). Closes: #286035
+  * Changed nice value in default my.cnf as nohup changed its behaviour
+    (thanks to Dariush Pietrzak). Closes: #285446
+  * Increased verbosity of preinst script in cases where it cannot stop
+    a running server (thanks to Jan Minar). Closes: #285982
+  * Splitted the code parts of /etc/mysql/debian-start to
+    /usr/share/mysql/debian-start.inc.sh (thanks to Jan Minar).
+    Closes: #285988
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Mon, 20 Dec 2004 00:33:21 +0100
+
+mysql-dfsg-4.1 (4.1.7-4) unstable; urgency=medium
+
+  * Removed OpenSSL support.
+    After a short discussion with MySQL, I decided to drop OpenSSL support as
+    1. MySQL started shipping their binaries without it, too and do not
+       seem to support it in favour of using a different library somewhen.
+    2. MySQL did not adjust their licence to grant permission to link
+       against OpenSSL.
+    3. Even if they did, third parties who use libmysqlclient.so often
+       do not realise licencing problems or even do not want OpenSSL.
+    (thanks to Jordi Mallach and the responders to MySQL bug #6924)
+    Closes: #283786
+  * debian/control: Improved depends and conflicts to mysql-4.0.
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Thu,  2 Dec 2004 22:02:28 +0100
+
+mysql-dfsg-4.1 (4.1.7-3) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * Raised version to make it higher as the one in experimental. 
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Wed,  1 Dec 2004 21:09:20 +0100
+
+mysql-dfsg-4.1 (4.1.7-2) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * Patched scripts/mysql_install_db so that it no longer creates a
+    passwordless test database during installation (thanks to Patrick
+    Schnorbus). Closes: #281158
+  * Added Czech debconf translation (thanks to Miroslav Kure).
+    Closes: #283222
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Wed,  1 Dec 2004 01:29:31 +0100
+
+mysql-dfsg-4.1 (4.1.7-1) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * New upstream branch! 
+  * Adjusted debian/control to make this package suitable to get parallel
+    to version 4.0.x into unstable and sarge. The package names are
+    different so that "mysql-server" still defaults to the rock-stable
+    4.0 instead to this announced-to-be-stable 4.1.
+  * Added --with-mutex=i86/gcc-assemler to the Berkeley-DB configure
+    to prevent the use of NPLT threads when compiling under kernel 2.6
+    because the binaries are else not runable on kernel 2.4 hosts.
+    Closes: #278638, #274598 
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Sun, 31 Oct 2004 20:15:03 +0100
+
+mysql-dfsg (4.1.6-1) experimental; urgency=low
+
+  * New upstream version.
+  * Fixed symlinks in libmysqlclient-dev package. Closes: #277028
+  * This time I did not update the libtool files as they were pretty
+    up to date and I want to have a shorter diff file.
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Wed, 20 Oct 2004 00:07:58 +0200
+
+mysql-dfsg (4.1.5-3) experimental; urgency=low
+
+  * debian/postinst: mysql_install_db changed parameter from --IN-RPM
+    to --rpm which caused problems during installs. Closes: #276320
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Sat, 16 Oct 2004 20:36:46 +0200
+
+mysql-dfsg (4.1.5-2) experimental; urgency=low
+
+  * Activated support for ndb clustering (thanks to Kevin M. Rosenberg).
+    Closes: #275109
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Wed,  6 Oct 2004 01:58:00 +0200
+
+mysql-dfsg (4.1.5-1) experimental; urgency=low
+
+  * WARNING:
+    The upstream branch 4.1 is still considered BETA.
+    The Debian packages for 4.1 were done without big testing. If you miss
+    a new functionality or binary, contact me and I check add the relevant
+    configure option or include the program.
+  * New MAJOR upstream version.
+    Thanks to the great demand here's now the first MySQL 4.1 experimental
+    release. FEEDBACK IS WELCOME.
+  * 4.0->4.1 notes:
+    - debian/patches/alpha.diff could not be applied, I fix that later
+    - debian/patches/scripts__mysql_install_db.sh.diff was obsolete
+    - debian/patches/scripts__Makefile.in was neccessary due to a dependency
+      to the removed non-free Docs/ directory. Upstream has been contacted.
+    - Build-Deps: += automake1.7
+    - debian/rules: embedded servers examples did not compile, removed
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Sun, 26 Sep 2004 19:46:47 +0200
+
+mysql-dfsg (4.0.21-3) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * Upstream tried to fix a security bug in mysqlhotcopy and broke it :-)
+    Applied a patch (see debian/patches) from Martin Pitt. Closes: #271632
+  * Between 4.0.20 and 4.0.21 the Debian specific changes in
+    /usr/bin/mysqld_safe that piped the error log to syslog got lost
+    and are now back again. 
+  * Fixed capitalization in debconf headings.
+  * Changed wording of the initscript status message to make heartbeat
+    happier. Closes: #271591
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Fri, 17 Sep 2004 18:42:25 +0200
+
+mysql-dfsg (4.0.21-2) unstable; urgency=medium
+
+  * The dependencies between mysql-client and libmysqlclient12 were
+    too loose, when upgrading only the client this can lead to non working
+    binaries due to relocation errors (thanks to Dominic Cleal).
+    Closes: #271803
+  * Fixed typo in mysqldump.1 manpage (thanks to Nicolas Francois).
+    Closes: #271334
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Wed, 15 Sep 2004 15:38:11 +0200
+
+mysql-dfsg (4.0.21-1) unstable; urgency=high
+
+  * SECURITY:
+    This upstream version fixes some security problems that might at least
+    allow a DoS attack on the server.
+    * Fixed an old bug in concurrent accesses to `MERGE' tables (even
+      one `MERGE' table and `MyISAM' tables), that could've resulted in
+      a crash or hang of the server. (Bug #2408)
+    * Fixed bug in privilege checking where, under some conditions, one
+      was able to grant privileges on the database, he has no privileges
+      on. (Bug #3933)
+    * Fixed crash in `MATCH ... AGAINST()' on a phrase search operator
+      with a missing closing double quote. (Bug #3870)
+    * Fixed potential memory overrun in `mysql_real_connect()' (which
+      required a compromised DNS server and certain operating systems).
+      (Bug #4017)
+  * New upstream version.
+    * Fixes bug that made x="foo" in WHERE sometimes the same as x="foo ".
+      Closes: #211618
+  * Updated Japanese Debconf translation (thanks to Hideki Yamane).
+    Closes: #271097
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Sat, 11 Sep 2004 23:15:44 +0200
+
+mysql-dfsg (4.0.20-14) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * Dave Rolsky spottet that -DBIG_JOINS was not properly enabled.
+    It allowes joining 64 instead of an 32 tables to join.
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Thu,  9 Sep 2004 20:24:02 +0200
+
+mysql-dfsg (4.0.20-13) unstable; urgency=medium
+
+  * Fixed a bug in the initscript which caused the check for not properly
+    closed i.e. corrupt tables that is executed when the server starts
+    not to run in background as supposed.
+    Although the check does not repair anything on servers with several
+    thousand tables the script was reported to take some minutes which
+    is quite annoying. (Thanks to Jakob Goldbach). Closes: #270800
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Thu,  9 Sep 2004 17:11:05 +0200
+
+mysql-dfsg (4.0.20-12) unstable; urgency=medium
+
+  * Filter messages regarding table handles that do not support CHECK TABLE
+    in the script that checks for corrupted tables on every start which lead
+    to unnecessary mails (thanks to David Everly). Closes: #269811 
+  * Added a note to the corrupt-table-check mail which notes that a
+    false-positive is reported in the case that immediately after starting
+    the server a client starts using a table (thanks to Uwe Kappe).
+    Closes: #269985
+  * Added "quote-names" as default to the [mysqldump] section in
+    /etc/mysql/my.cnf as too many users stumble over dump files that
+    could not be read in again due to the valid use of reserved words
+    as table names. This has also be done by upstream in 4.1.1 and has
+    no known drawbacks. Closes: #269865
+  * Binary logs can now be rotated as well. Defaults to off, though, for
+    compatibilty reasons (thanks to Mark Ferlatte). Closes: #94230, #269110
+  * The mysql user "debian-sys-maint" now gets all possible rights which
+    makes binary logging possible and helps other package maintainer who
+    wants to use it to create package specific databases and users.
+  * Added example how to change daemon nice level via /etc/mysql/my.cnf
+  * Updated French debconf translations (thanks to Christian Perrier).
+    Closes: #265811
+  * Renamed options in the default config file that still had old names
+    (thanks to Yves Kreis). Closes: #266445
+  * Fixed spelling in debconf note.
+  * Added -l and -L to dh_shlibdeps.
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Fri,  3 Sep 2004 20:10:46 +0200
+
+mysql-dfsg (4.0.20-11) unstable; urgency=high
+
+  * SECURITY
+    This version fixes a security flaw in mysqlhotcopy which created
+    temporary files in /tmp which had predictable filenames and such
+    could be used for a tempfile run attack.
+    The issue has been recorded as CAN-2004-0457.
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Sat, 14 Aug 2004 18:27:19 +0200
+
+mysql-dfsg (4.0.20-10) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * MySQL finally updated their copyright page and installed v1.5 of
+    the "Free/Libre and Open Source Software License (FLOSS) - Exception"
+    which will hopefully end the license hell they created by putting the
+    client libraries under GPL instead of LGPL which conflicts with PHP and
+    other software that used to link against MySQL.
+    The license text is not yet in any release MySQL version but visible
+    on their web site and copied into the debian/copyright file.
+    Special thanks to Zak Greant <zak@xxxxxxxxx> and the debian-legal list
+    for helping to solve this release critical problem.
+    Closes: #242449
+  * Updated Brazil debconf translation (thanks to Andre Luis Lopes).
+    Closes: #264233
+  * Updated Japanese debconf translation (thanks to Hideki Yamane).
+    Closes: #264620
+  * Fixed minor typo in debconf description (thanks to TROJETTE Mohammed
+    Adnene). Closes: #264840
+  * Improved init and preinst script which now detects stalled servers which
+    do no longer communicate but are present in the process list (thanks to
+    Henrik Johansson). Closes: #263215
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Mon,  9 Aug 2004 19:44:28 +0200
+
+mysql-dfsg (4.0.20-9) unstable; urgency=medium
+
+  * Partly reverted the last patch which gave the mysql-user
+    "debian-sys-maint" more rights as there are old versions of MySQL which
+    have fewer privlige columns. Now only those are set (thanks to Alan Tam).
+    Closes: #263111
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Tue,  3 Aug 2004 13:03:02 +0200
+
+mysql-dfsg (4.0.20-8) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * The mysqlcheck that is started from the initscript will now be
+    backgrounded because it might else prevent the boot process to continue.
+    It also now notifies root by mail and syslog if a table is corrupt.
+  * The "debian-sys-maint" MySQL user now has almost full rights so that other
+    packages might use this account to create databases and user (thanks to
+    Andreas Barth). Closes: #262541
+  * Added paranoid rules for logcheck.
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Sun,  1 Aug 2004 21:00:55 +0200
+
+mysql-dfsg (4.0.20-8) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * Upload stalled. Not released.
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Sun,  1 Aug 2004 20:27:55 +0200
+
+mysql-dfsg (4.0.20-7) unstable; urgency=medium
+
+  * Solved the upstream bug that error messages of the server are written
+    in a file that is then rotated away leaving mysqld logging effectively
+    to /dev/null. It now logs to a /usr/bin/logger process which puts the
+    messages into the syslog.
+    Modified files: /etc/init.d/mysql, /usr/bin/mysqld_safe and the 
+    logchecker files. Closes: #254070
+  * The initscript does no longer call mysqlcheck directly but via
+    /etc/mysql/debian-start which is a user customizable config script.
+  * Splitted the debconf "install and update notes" and only show them
+    when it is appropriate (thanks to Steve Langasek). Closes: #240515
+  * Added NEWS.Debian.
+  * Added hint to -DBIG_ROWS, which is currently not used, to README.Debian.
+  * Corrected typo in myisampack manpage (thanks to Marc Lehmann). 
+    Closes: #207090
+  * Added Catalan debconf translation (thanks to Aleix Badia i Bosch).
+    Closes: #236651
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Wed, 28 Jul 2004 01:41:51 +0200
+
+mysql-dfsg (4.0.20-6) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * The build arch detected by configure was "pc-linux-gnu (i686)"
+    instead of "pc-linux-gnu (i386)". Was no problem AFAIK but
+    Adam Majer asked me to explicitly change it to i386. Closes: #261382
+  * Removed some unused shell scripts from /usr/share/mysql.
+  * Added lintian overrides.
+  * Removed rpath by using chrpath.
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Mon, 26 Jul 2004 00:17:12 +0200
+
+mysql-dfsg (4.0.20-5) unstable; urgency=medium
+
+  * The mysqlcheck in the init script is only called when the server
+    is really alive. Also, the mysql-user 'debian-sys-maint' now has
+    global select rights (thanks to Nathan Poznick). Closes: #261130 
+  * Moved the debconf question whether to remove the databases or not
+    from mysql-server.config to mysql-server.postrm so that it shows
+    up on purge time and not months earlier (thanks to Wouter Verhelst).
+    Closes: #251838
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Fri, 23 Jul 2004 22:41:13 +0200
+
+mysql-dfsg (4.0.20-4) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * Added a "mysqlcheck -A --fast" to the 'start' section of the
+    init script to help admins detect corrupt tables after a server crash.
+    Currently it exists with an error message but leaves the server
+    running. Feedback appreciated!
+  * Made postinst script more robust by calling db_stop earlier and
+    so prevent pipe-deadlocks.
+  * Fixed minor typos in initscript (thanks to "C.Y.M."). Closes: 259518
+  * Added the undocumented "-DBIG_JOINS" that MySQL apparently uses in
+    their MAX binaries. It enables 62 instead of 30 tables in a "join".
+    (thanks to Dave Rolsky). Closes: #260843
+  * Added a "df --portability /var/lib/mysql/." check to the preinst
+    script as users experienced hard to kill hanging mysqlds in such
+    a situation (thanks to Vaidas Pilkauskas). Closes: #260306
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Fri, 23 Jul 2004 00:51:32 +0200
+
+mysql-dfsg (4.0.20-3) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * Improved tolerance if the init script has been deleted (thanks to
+    Leonid Shulov for spotting the problem).
+  * Minor wording changes to README.Debian generalizing /root/ by $HOME
+    (thanks to Santiago Vila). Closes: #257725
+  * Added Japanese debconf translation (thanks to Hideki Yamane).
+    Closes: #256485
+  * Fixed commend in my.cnf regarding logfile directory (thanks to Jayen
+    Ashar). Closes: #253434
+  * Correted "ease to" by "ease of" in package description (thanks to
+    Johannes Berg). Closes: #253510 
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Fri,  9 Jul 2004 00:57:42 +0200
+
+mysql-dfsg (4.0.20-2) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * Removed RPM .spec file from the included documentation as it is pretty
+    useless (thanks to Loic Minier).
+  * Added turkish debconf translation (thanks to Recai Oktas). Closes: #252802
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Sun,  6 Jun 2004 14:48:26 +0200
+
+mysql-dfsg (4.0.20-1) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * New upstream version. 
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Mon, 31 May 2004 23:36:39 +0200
+
+mysql-dfsg (4.0.18-8) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * Updated french translation (thanks to Christian Perrier). Closes: #246789
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Tue,  4 May 2004 23:26:54 +0200
+
+mysql-dfsg (4.0.18-7) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * Added CVE ids for the recent security fixes.
+    4.0.18-4 is CAN-2004-0381 (mysqlbug) and
+    4.0.18-6 is CAN-2004-0388 (mysql_multi)
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Mon, 19 Apr 2004 18:32:03 +0200
+
+mysql-dfsg (4.0.18-6) unstable; urgency=medium
+
+  * SECURITY:
+    Fixed minor tempfile-run security problem in mysqld_multi.
+    Unprivileged users could create symlinks to files which were then
+    unknowingly overwritten by run when this script gets executed.
+    Upstream informed. Thanks to Martin Schulze for finding this.
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Wed,  7 Apr 2004 01:28:22 +0200
+
+mysql-dfsg (4.0.18-5) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * Little improvements in debian scripts for last upload. 
+  * Added check to logrotate script for the case that a mysql
+    server is running but not be accessible with the username and
+    password from /etc/mysql/debian.conf (thanks to Jeffrey W. Baker).
+    Closes: 239421
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Sun,  4 Apr 2004 15:27:40 +0200
+
+mysql-dfsg (4.0.18-4) unstable; urgency=medium
+
+  * SECURITY: 
+    Aplied fix for unprobable tempfile-symlink security problem in 
+    mysqlbug reported by Shaun Colley on bugtraq on 2004-03-24.
+  * Updated french debconf translation (thanks to Christian Perrier).
+    Closes: #236878 
+  * Updated portugesian debconf translation (thanks to Nuno Senica).
+    Closes: #239168
+  * Updated german debconf translation (thanks to Alwin Meschede).
+    Closes: #241749
+  * Improved debconf template regarding fix_privileges_tables (thanks 
+    to Matt Zimmermann for suggestions). Closes: #219400
+  * Improved README.Debian regarding to password settings (thanks to
+    Yann Dirson). Closes: #241328
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Sat,  3 Apr 2004 19:52:15 +0200
+
+mysql-dfsg (4.0.18-3) unstable; urgency=medium
+
+  * Added Build-Depend to po-debconf to let it build everywhere.
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Wed, 31 Mar 2004 23:43:33 +0200
+
+mysql-dfsg (4.0.18-2) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * Added a "2>/dev/null" to a "which" command as there are two
+    "which" versions in Debian of which one needs it. Closes: #235363
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Tue,  2 Mar 2004 23:31:28 +0100
+
+mysql-dfsg (4.0.18-1) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * New upstream version.
+  * Should now compile and run on ia64 (thanks to Thorsten Werner and
+    David Mosberger-Tang). Closes: #226863 #228834 
+  * Converted init scripts to invoce-rc.d (thanks to Erich Schubert).
+    Closes: 232118 
+  * Secondlast upload changed logfile location. Closes: #182655
+  * Updated Brasilian translation (thanks to Andre Luis Lopes). Closes:
+    #219847
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Tue, 17 Feb 2004 23:44:58 +0100
+
+mysql-dfsg (4.0.17-2) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * Improved manpage for mysqldumpslow.1 (thanks to Anthony DeRobertis).
+    Closes: #231039
+  * Improved stopping of crashed daemons in init script (thanks to
+    Matthias Urlichs). Closes: #230327
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Mon,  9 Feb 2004 21:54:29 +0100
+
+mysql-dfsg (4.0.17-1) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * Made logging into /var/log/mysql/ the default. Closes: #225206
+ 
+  * New upstream version. Closes: #225028
+  * Turned on a 25MB query cache by default (thanks to Cyril Bouthors).
+    Closes: #226789
+  * Updated russian translation (thanks to Ilgiz Kalmetev). Closes: #219263
+  * Upstream fixes the problem that AND was not commutative (thanks for
+    Iain D Broadfoot for mentioning). Closes: #227927
+  * Fixed minor typo in my.cnf comments (thanks to James Renken). 
+    Closes: #221496
+  * Better documents regex. Closes: #214952
+  * Fixed minor germanism in debconf template (thanks to Marc Haber).
+    Closes: #224148
+  * Added explaining comment to my.cnf regarding quoted passwords 
+    (Thanks to Patrick von der Hagen). Closes: #224906
+  * Changed "find -exec" to "find -print0 | xargs -0" in preinst to
+    speed it up. Thanks to Cyril Bouthors. Closes: #220229
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Sun, 18 Jan 2004 16:16:25 +0100
+
+mysql-dfsg (4.0.16-2) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * Tried to repair undefined weak symbols by adding a little Makefile
+    patch. Closes: #215973
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Mon, 27 Oct 2003 22:52:10 +0100
+
+mysql-dfsg (4.0.16-1) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * New upstream release.
+    (Mostly little memory problems and other bugfixes it seems)
+  * Replaced "." by ":" in chown calls to comply with the env setting
+  	"_POSIX2_VERSION=2000112" (thanks to Robert Luberda). Closes: #217399
+  * Adjusted syntax in my.cnf to 4.x standard (thanks to Guillaume Plessis).
+    Closes: #217273
+  * Improved README.Debian password instructions (thanks to Levi Waldron).
+    Closes: #215046
+  * Improved NIS warning debconf-template (thanks to Jeff Breidenbach).
+    Closes: #215791
+  * Explicitly added libssl-dev to the libmysqlclient-dev package as it
+    is needed for mysql_config and the libmysqlclient package only depends
+    on libssl which has no unnumbered .so version (thanks to Simon Peter
+    and Davor Ocelic). Closes: #214436, #216162
+  * Added "-lwrap" to "mysql_config --libmysqld-libs" and filed it as
+    upstream bug #1650 (thanks to Noah Levitt). Closes: #214636
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Sat, 25 Oct 2003 01:09:27 +0200
+
+mysql-dfsg (4.0.15a-1) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * Same package as 4.0.15-2 but I could not convince the Debian
+    installer to move the packages out of incoming.
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Tue,  7 Oct 2003 15:10:26 +0200
+
+mysql-dfsg (4.0.15-2) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * Updated package description (thanks to Adrian Bunk). Closes: #210988 
+  * Fixed small typos in manpages (thanks to Nicolas Francois).
+    Closes: #211983
+  * More updates to package description (thanks to Matthias Lutz/ddtp).
+    Closes: #213456
+  * Updated standards to 3.6.1.
+  * Closes "new 4.0.15 available" bug. Closes: #213349
+  * Updated README.Debian with notes regarding the MySQL manual section
+    "2.4 Post-installation Setup and Testing" (thanks to Daniel B.).
+    Closes: #210841
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Fri,  3 Oct 2003 15:59:39 +0200
+
+mysql-dfsg (4.0.15-1) unstable; urgency=high
+
+  * SECURITY:
+    Users who are able to use the "ALTER TABLE" command on the "mysql"
+    database may be able to exploit this vulnerability to gain a shell with
+    the privileges of the mysql server (usually running as the 'mysql' user).
+    Closes: #210403
+  * Fixes small description typos (thanks to Oscar Jarkvik).
+  * Updated Brazilian Portuguese debconf translation. (thanks to Andre Luis
+    Lopes). Closes: 208030
+  * Replaced depricated '.' by ':' in chown (thanks to Matt Zimmerman).
+  * Fixed manpage typo (thanks to Marc Lehmann). Closes: #207090
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Fri,  3 Oct 2003 15:59:35 +0200
+
+mysql-dfsg (4.0.14-1) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * New upstream version. 
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Sun, 24 Aug 2003 16:40:36 +0200
+
+mysql-dfsg (4.0.13-3) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * Now start mysqld as default unless you choose not when configurig
+    with debconf priority low. So packages depending on the server when
+    installing can access it. Thanks Matt Zimmermann (Closes: #200277)
+  * Made mysql-server de-installable if the config and database files were
+    removed by hand before. Thanks to Ard van Breemen (Closes: #200304)
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Tue,  8 Jul 2003 22:30:40 +0200
+
+mysql-dfsg (4.0.13-2) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * Added "nice" option for mysqld_safe to give mysqld a different priority.
+    Submitted to upstream as MySQL Bug #627. Closes: #192087
+  * Fixed possible unbound variable in init script. Closes: #194621
+  * Fixed french debconf translation (thx Christian Perrier) Closes: #194739
+  * Get rid of automake1.5 (for Eric Dorland). 
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Wed, 11 Jun 2003 18:58:32 +0200
+
+mysql-dfsg (4.0.13-1) unstable; urgency=medium
+
+  * New upstream version.
+    !!! Fixes a very bad natural join bug which justifies the urgency=medium.
+    !!! http://bugs.mysql.com/bug.php?id=291
+  * Fixed mysql_fix_privileges manpage (Frederic Briere) Closes: #191776
+  * preinst: "which" is more chatty normal executable than as builtin.
+    (Thanks to David B Harris). Closes: #188659
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Tue,  6 May 2003 22:03:45 +0200
+
+mysql-dfsg (4.0.12-3) unstable; urgency=medium
+
+  * Reincluded new way of creating my debian-sys-maint user from
+    an old release from experimental. Now works again with old
+    and new privilege table format. (Thanks to Vincent Danjean
+    for spotting the problem) Closes: #188201
+  * Reincluded hurd build dependency fix from 3.23 branch.
+    (Thanks to Robert Millan). Closes: #185929
+  * Fixed soname in libmysqlclient-dev.  Closes: #188160
+  * Remove /var/log/mysql/ when purging the package. Closes: #188064
+  * Removed /usr/share/doc/mysql/ from mysql-server. Closes: #188066
+  * Let group "adm" be able to read logfiles. Closes: #188067
+  * Do not call usermod on every upgrade. Closes: #188248
+    (Thanks to Philippe Troin for the last three)
+  * Fixed mysql-server.preinst so that it works on shells where 
+    which is a builtin, too. (Thanks to Erich Schubert) Closes: #181525
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Fri, 11 Apr 2003 11:32:45 +0200
+
+mysql-dfsg (4.0.12-2) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  *
+  * NEW MAJOR UPSTREAM RELEASE:
+  *
+    MySQL 4 has finally been declared as 'stable'. Hurray! Read changelogs.
+    Thanks to all testers, esp. Jose Luis Tallon, of the versions
+    that were in the "experimental" section before.
+  * Modified postinst script to run mysql_fix_privileges on every update.
+    IMPORTANT: Please report if this breaks anything, it is not supposed to.
+  * Wrote a SSL-MINI-HOWTO.txt!
+  * Added zlib1g-dev to libmysqlclient12-dev. Closes: 186656
+  * Changed section of libmysqlclient12-dev to libdevel.
+  * Added even more selfwritten manpages.
+  * Fixed typos.
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Sun,  6 Apr 2003 13:47:32 +0200
+
+mysql-dfsg (4.0.10.gamma-1) experimental; urgency=low
+
+  * New upstream version.
+  * They merged some of my patches from debian/patches. Whoa!
+  * This release should fix the error-logfile problem where mysqld
+    keeps the error.log open while logrotate removes it.
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Wed, 12 Feb 2003 22:39:48 +0100
+
+mysql-dfsg (4.0.9.gamma-1) experimental; urgency=low
+
+  * New upstream version. 
+  * Updated the GNU autoconf files to make building on MIPS work.
+    See bug #176829.
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Wed, 29 Jan 2003 22:07:44 +0100
+
+mysql-dfsg (4.0.8.gamma-1) experimental; urgency=low
+
+  * New upstream release. 
+  * Improved logging of init script. Closes: #174790
+  * We have now libmysqlclient.so.12 instead of .11.
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Thu,  9 Jan 2003 20:14:11 +0100
+
+mysql-dfsg (4.0.7.gamma-1) experimental; urgency=high
+
+  * SECURITY: This version fixes an upstream security release that is only
+              present in the 4.x branch which is currently only in the
+              experimental distribution and therefore will not get a DSA. 
+  * New upstream release.
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Sat, 28 Dec 2002 15:51:39 +0100
+
+mysql-dfsg (4.0.6.gamma-2) experimental; urgency=low
+
+  * Added --system to addgroup. Closes: #173866
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Sat, 21 Dec 2002 15:28:26 +0100
+
+mysql-dfsg (4.0.6.gamma-1) experimental; urgency=low
+
+  * New upstream version. Now Gamma!
+  * There are no longer changes to the .orig.tar.gz neccessary to make diff
+    happy. docs/ has still to be deleted, although, as it is non-free.
+  * Incorporated patches from unstable.
+  * Added mysqlmanager and a couple of other new scripts.
+  * Enabled libmysqld embedded server library.
+  * Enabled SSL and Virtual-IO support.
+    (CORBA based MySQL-FS seems to be not existing..)
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Fri, 20 Dec 2002 22:30:51 +0100
+
+mysql-dfsg (4.0.5a.beta-3) experimental; urgency=low
+
+  * Modified postinst to work with old and new mysql.user table format
+    and fixed spelling typo in postinst. Thanks to Roger Aich.
+  * Updated config.{guess,sub} to make the mipsel porters happy.
+    Thanks to Ryan Murray. Closes: #173553
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Wed, 18 Dec 2002 15:56:34 +0100
+
+mysql-dfsg (4.0.5a.beta-2) experimental; urgency=low
+
+  * Upstream removed option "--skip-gemini". So did I. Closes: 173142
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Tue, 17 Dec 2002 10:35:49 +0100
+
+mysql-dfsg (4.0.5a.beta-1) experimental; urgency=low
+
+  * First 4.x experimental package due to continuous user requests :-)
+    Please test and report!
+  * upstream: safe_mysqld has been renamed to mysqld_safe
+  * upstream: new library soname version libmysqlclient.so.11
+  * Renamed libmysqlclientXX-dev to libmysqlclient-dev as I don't plan to
+    support more than one development environment and this makes the 
+    dependencies easier.
+  * FIXME: Skipped parts of the debian/patches/alpha patch as the global.h 
+    is not existing.
+  * FIXME: How to get rid this? Old ltconfig patch already applied.
+    "lintian: binary-or-shlib-defines-rpath ./usr/bin/mysql /usr/lib/mysql"
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Sun,  1 Dec 2002 18:32:32 +0100
+
+mysql-dfsg (3.23.53-4) unstable; urgency=medium
+
+  * Fixed errno.h problem. Closes: #168533, #168535 
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Sun, 10 Nov 2002 18:32:08 +0100
+
+mysql-dfsg (3.23.53-3) unstable; urgency=medium
+
+  * Changed automake build-dep to unversioned automake1.4. Closes: #166391
+  * Fixed description. Closes: #167270
+    (Thanks to Soren Boll Overgaard)
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Tue,  5 Nov 2002 01:25:01 +0100
+ 
+mysql-dfsg (3.23.53-2) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * Reverted user creation in init scripts. Closes: #166432
+    (Thanks to Birzan George Cristian) 
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Thu, 31 Oct 2002 15:36:25 +0100
+
+mysql-dfsg (3.23.53-1) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * New upstream release. 
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Thu, 24 Oct 2002 23:04:16 +0200
+
+mysql-dfsg (3.23.52-3) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * Substituted the first-install 'debian-sys-maint' user creation by
+    something ANSI SQL compliant. Closes: #163497
+    (Thanks to Karl Hammar)
+  * Tightend dependency to debhelper (>= 4.0.12) to be sure that
+    debconf-utils gets installed, too, as I use dh_installdebconf.
+  * Fixed upstream manpage bug in mysqldump.1. Closes: #159779
+    (Thanks to Colin Watson) 
+  * Added comment about MIN_WORD_LEN to mysql-server.README.Debian
+    (Thanks to Philipp Dreimann)
+  * Added a dependency for zlib1g-dev to libmysqlclient10-dev.
+    (Thanks to Jordi Mallach)
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Sun, 15 Sep 2002 17:14:44 +0200
+
+mysql-dfsg (3.23.52-2) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * Fixed typo in preinst scripts.
+  * Removed bashism in init script.
+  * Fixed ambiguous debconf example. Closes: #158884
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Fri, 30 Aug 2002 00:51:29 +0200
+
+mysql-dfsg (3.23.52-1) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * New upstream version. Closes: #157731
+  * Clearified the meaning of the debian-sys-maint special user in the
+    README.Debian file. Closes: #153702
+  * Wrote some words regarding the skip-networking in README.Debian.
+    Closes: #157038
+  * Added dependency to passwd. 
+  * Fixes typo and unnecessarily complication in is_mysql_alive().
+  * Added check for /etc/mysql/my.cnf in init script.
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Tue, 27 Aug 2002 01:53:32 +0200
+
+mysql-dfsg (3.23.51-4) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * Added a compressed "nm mysqld" output to allow people to trace
+    core dumps with /usr/bin/resolve_stack_dump as suggested in the
+    INSTALL-SOURCE file. Thanks to atudor@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx for the hint.
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Wed, 24 Jul 2002 20:44:55 +0200
+
+mysql-dfsg (3.23.51-3) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * Corrected copyright file: the MySQL client library is licenced under
+    the LGPL-2 not the GPL. From version 4.x it actually will be GPL this
+    is why parts of http://www.mysql.com/ already say so. Closes: #153591
+  * Corrected german translation.
+    Thanks to Roland Rosenfeld <roland@xxxxxxxxxxxx>. Closes: #151903 
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Thu, 11 Jul 2002 20:32:28 +0200
+
+mysql-dfsg (3.23.51-2) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * Improved NIS tolerance in preinst script. 
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Sun,  7 Jul 2002 04:43:28 +0200
+
+mysql-dfsg (3.23.51-1) unstable; urgency=medium
+
+  * New upstream version.
+  * I applied a patch that fixes a binary imcompatibility in
+    the shared libary libmysqlclient.so.10 between 3.23.50 and
+    some versions earlier. Upstream has been contacted and asked
+    for clarification. Closes: #149952
+  * Added support for NIS i.e. it shows a warning and fails if the
+    needed 'mysql' user does not exists but works if it does.
+    Closes: #143282, #147869
+  * Substituted $0 in init scripts by something really weird so that
+    "./S20mysql restart" works now, too. (BTW: S20? install file-rc!!!)
+    Closes: #148658
+  * Now postinst works even if /etc/init.d/mysql is removed. Closes: #151021
+  * Decided to leave "set +x" in postinst but wrote comment. Closes: #151022
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Sun,  7 Jul 2002 04:43:25 +0200
+
+mysql-dfsg (3.23.50-1) unstable; urgency=medium
+
+  * New upstream version.
+    Fixes a very annoying and important bug that lets all mysql programs
+    including perl scripts etc. segfault when using the read_default_group()
+    function. 3.23.50 is currently a pre-release and expected to be released
+    next week. I plan to propose it for woody as soon as its stability has
+    been proven. The following bug reports are all regarding this issue.
+    Closes: #144960, #145322, #136798, #138143,
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Sat, 18 May 2002 21:14:01 +0200
+
+mysql-dfsg (3.23.49x-1) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * I had to split the package to seperate the manual as it is not GPL
+    like the rest of the software and docs but under a license that
+    e.g. forbids selling printed versions. 
+    .
+    The upstream authors were contacted a while ago but did not like to
+    change the situation.
+    .
+    The names of the resulting packages have not changed as the manual
+    already was in a seperate mysql-doc package due to it's size. 
+    The source packages are now splitted from one "mysql" to 
+    "mysql-dfsg" in main and "mysql-nonfree" in non-free.
+  * No code change! 
+    The "x" at the end of the version number ist just to be able to 
+    upload a new source package. ("a" was already taken by upstream 
+    for their binary upload correction)  
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Wed,  8 May 2002 02:01:41 +0200
+
+mysql (3.23.49-8) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * Substituted $0 in init script to let e.g. "/etc# ./init.d/mysql restart"
+    works, too. Closes: #141555
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Sun,  7 Apr 2002 15:00:44 +0200
+
+mysql (3.23.49-7) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * The Makefiles are totally broken for the --enable-local-infile
+    option. I now patched libmysql/libmysql.c#mysql_init() manually.
+    Closes: #138347 
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Fri, 29 Mar 2002 23:55:15 +0100
+
+mysql (3.23.49-6) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * Moved mysqlcheck from server to client package. Closes: #139799
+  * Added manpage for mysqlhotcopy. Regarding: #87097 
+  * Added 'sharedscripts' directive to the logrotate script.
+  * Replaced grep by /usr/bin/getent to let the group/user checking work
+    on NIS/LDAP systems, too. Closes: #115677, #101529
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Fri, 22 Mar 2002 22:40:51 +0100
+
+mysql (3.23.49-5) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * Added skip-innodb to default my.cnf.
+  * Enabled --enable-local-infile, it seems to be a new option that
+    defaults to disable a formerly enabled feaure. Closes: #137115
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Sat, 16 Mar 2002 00:29:10 +0100
+
+mysql (3.23.49-4) unstable; urgency=medium
+
+  * Recompiled against fixed libz.
+
+  * Enabled --enable-local-infile, it seems to be a new option that
+    defaults to disable a formerly enabled feaure. Closes: #137115
+  * Fixed README.compile_on_potato. Closes: #136529 
+  * Now a ext3 .jounal file in /var/lib/mysql does not prevent the
+    installation (happens when creating a jounal on an already mounted
+    partition). Closes: #137146
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Wed, 13 Mar 2002 13:34:24 +0100
+
+mysql (3.23.49-3) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * Added Russian translation. Closes: #135846
+  * Fixed installation of .info documents. Closes: #135030
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Wed, 27 Feb 2002 23:36:35 +0100
+
+mysql (3.23.49-2) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * Updated french translation and split template files. Closes: #134754 
+  * Fixed a small debian.cnf related bug in mysql-server.postinst.
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Tue, 19 Feb 2002 23:13:58 +0100
+
+mysql (3.23.49-1) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * New upstream release.
+    (Mainly InnoDB related fixes)
+  * Exported a $HOME variable in the scripts so that /root/.my.cnf
+    is not read anymore. This will avoid problems when admins put 
+    only passwords but no usernames in this file. Closes: #132048
+  * New debian-sys-maint password algorithm (now ~96bit :-)) Closes: #133863
+  * Recreating debian-sys-main pwd on every install to help people who
+    accidently delete user or password files...
+  * Added /var/log/mysql so that user can put the binary logs in there as
+    mysql cannot write the .001 etc files itself in /var/log which is 
+    owned by root.
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Thu, 14 Feb 2002 22:17:45 +0100
+
+mysql (3.23.47-6) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * Dropped a sentence about the new debian-sys-maint user in the
+    debconf note and updated the README.Debian.  Related: #132048
+  * Added more french translation. Closes: #132390 
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Wed,  6 Feb 2002 09:41:29 +0100
+
+mysql (3.23.47-5) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * Fixed grammar error in template. Closes: #132238 
+  * Really fixed typo in logrotate script. Closes: #131711
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Tue,  5 Feb 2002 14:20:08 +0100
+
+mysql (3.23.47-4) unstable; urgency=medium
+
+  * Fixes typo in postinst that let init script fail. Closes: #131743
+  * Fixed bashism bug that failed on ash. Closes: #131697
+  * Fixed typo in logrotate script. Closes: #131711
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Thu, 31 Jan 2002 23:58:46 +0100
+
+mysql (3.23.47-3) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * Added new Debian specific mysql user called 'debian-sys-maint' which
+    is used for pinging the server status, flushing the logs or shutting
+    down the server in maintenance scripts. The credentials of this user
+    are stored in the UID0-only readable file /etc/mysql/debian.cnf.
+    Closes: #129887, #130326, #99274
+  * Fixed unintended server startup at boottime. Closes: #122676, #130105
+  * New upstream fixes command line parsing bug: Closes: #128473
+  * Fixed manpage headers to let apropos work: Closes: #119122
+  * Added "status" options for /etc/init.d/mysql. Closes: #129020
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Sun, 27 Jan 2002 19:46:11 +0100
+
+mysql (3.23.47-2) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * Enhanced init scripts by using mysqladmin instead of kill $pid.
+    Thanks to Aaron Brick. 
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Fri, 18 Jan 2002 01:42:23 +0100
+
+mysql (3.23.47-1) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * New upstream release.
+  * Updated brazilian translation of debconf descriptions. Closes: #123332
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Sun,  6 Jan 2002 21:11:17 +0100
+
+mysql (3.23.46-3) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * Fixed bug in postinst where a script was accidently called with
+    "bash -c <script> -IN_RPM" prevting the first argument to take effect
+    and then leading to failures on hosts with unresolvable hostnames.
+    Closes: #126147
+  * Small changes and comments in postinst. 
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Sat, 22 Dec 2001 14:03:02 +0100
+
+mysql (3.23.46-2) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * Start/stop behaviour now configurable via debconf. Closes: #112174 
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Sun,  9 Dec 2001 21:38:54 +0100
+
+mysql (3.23.46-1) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * New upstream release. 
+    Only few fixes, mainly innodb related. 
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Sun,  2 Dec 2001 03:08:48 +0100
+
+mysql (3.23.45-1) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * New upstream version. 
+    Only few fixes, mainly innodb related. 
+  * Added debconf note regarding the skip-networking option.
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Sun, 25 Nov 2001 16:50:37 +0100
+
+mysql (3.23.44-2) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * Finally removed debconf toggled "skip-networking" line add/remove 
+    code for /etc/mysql/my.cnf. I don't like editing a file that's tagged
+    as configuration file.
+    I disabled networking by default for security reasons. Better ideas?
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Fri, 16 Nov 2001 02:11:02 +0100
+
+mysql (3.23.44-1) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * New upstream release.
+    - fixes replication bug (core dump)
+  * Made description better english :) Thanks to D. Welton. 
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Sun, 11 Nov 2001 15:44:07 +0100
+
+mysql (3.23.43-4) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * Disabled statically linking. 
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Sat, 10 Nov 2001 03:15:56 +0100
+
+mysql (3.23.43-3) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * Changed compiler settings after one user reported instabilities.
+    See #116631 for more information. 
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Tue, 30 Oct 2001 21:39:17 +0100
+
+mysql (3.23.43-2) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * Patched sparc mutexes again. Closes: #113430 
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Sun,  7 Oct 2001 15:09:00 +0200
+
+mysql (3.23.43-1) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * New upstream version.
+    - Fixed some unlikely(sic!) bugs and core dumps.
+    - Fixed a bug with BDB tables and UNIQUE columns that are NULL.
+    - [more minor bugs were fixed; see changelog]
+  * Adjusted build depends on libwrap0 for IA-64. Closes: #114582
+  * Added the mysqlcheck binary. Closes: #114490
+  * Fixed rules for arm architecture. Closes: #88186
+  * Renamed mysql_print_defaults to the original name my_print_defaults.
+    Isn't as descriptive but else I'd have to patch too much. Closes: #114492
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Fri,  5 Oct 2001 22:24:40 +0200
+
+mysql (3.23.42-2) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * Applied patch for m68k compile. Closes: #112904 
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Sun, 23 Sep 2001 21:32:57 +0200
+
+mysql (3.23.42-1) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * New upstream releae.
+    Fixes critical bug with InnoDB and large BLOBs. 
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Tue, 18 Sep 2001 22:25:47 +0200
+
+mysql (3.23.41-2) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * Fixed shlibs.local problem. Closes: #111573 
+  * Replaced emacs by sensible-editor in mysqlbug.sh. Thanks Hans Ginzel.
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Sun,  9 Sep 2001 17:16:42 +0200
+
+mysql (3.23.41-1) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * New upstream release
+  * Fixed build problem on ia64. Closes: #110624
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Tue, 14 Aug 2001 23:20:35 +0200
+
+mysql (3.23.40-1) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * New upstream release
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Sun,  5 Aug 2001 19:46:18 +0200
+
+mysql (3.23.39-5) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * Added debconf template for brazil. Closes: #106934, #106752 
+  * Tightened dependencies on debconf.
+  * Adjusted mysql.err permissions in logrotate script to 0600. Closes: #105672
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Mon, 30 Jul 2001 00:10:12 +0200
+
+mysql (3.23.39-4.1) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * Maintainer-requested NMU.
+  * Fixing thread mutexes on Sparc and Alpha
+    (closes: Bug#101783)
+  * Added --enable-assembler for sparc.  This should
+    allow mysql on sparc to use assembler versions of
+    some string functions (read: should speed up a bit).
+
+ -- Christopher C. Chimelis <chris@xxxxxxxxxx>  Fri, 13 Jul 2001 15:09:30 -0400
+  
+mysql (3.23.39-4) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * Porting fixes.
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Mon,  9 Jul 2001 17:56:54 +0200
+
+mysql (3.23.39-3.1) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * NMU (for porting)
+  * Update config.sub and config.guess for hppa, sh & s390.
+  * Add --with-client-ldflags=-lstdc++ to configure line.  Closes: #100884
+
+ -- Matthew Wilcox <willy@xxxxxxxxxx>  Sun,  8 Jul 2001 19:26:59 -0600
+
+mysql (3.23.39-3) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * Disabled berkeley-db on sparc again. Mutexes aren't working again :-( 
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Sat,  7 Jul 2001 18:30:08 +0200
+
+mysql (3.23.39-2) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * Bugfixed the m68k mutex patch. Thanks to Michael Fedrowitz. Closes: #103145 
+  * Removed config.cache files in bdb/ and innobase/. Closes: #103143
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Wed,  4 Jul 2001 22:06:58 +0200
+
+mysql (3.23.39-1) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * New upstream release. Minor bugfixes only. 
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Thu, 14 Jun 2001 13:53:03 +0200
+
+mysql (3.23.38-4) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * Added logcheck files. Closes: #99131
+    (I can't let the usermod away since I don't know of an easy way to
+    retrive "passwd" information in a shell script considering that 
+    people use different storage methods like LDAP/NIS instead of passwd.)
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Fri,  8 Jun 2001 21:04:25 +0200
+
+mysql (3.23.38-3) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * Explicit pointet to /root/.my.cnf to let /etc/init.d/mysql stop
+    work in sudo environments with $HOME!=/root work, too. Closes: #98324
+  * Removes empty /etc/mysql on purge. Closes: #98164
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Tue, 22 May 2001 10:13:06 +0200
+
+mysql (3.23.38-2) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * Added depends to libdbd-mysql-perl for mysql-server. Closes: #94306
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Sat, 19 May 2001 19:43:26 +0200
+
+mysql (3.23.38-1) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * New upstream release. 
+  * Added Build-Depends to procps. Closes: #96768
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Sun, 13 May 2001 17:30:15 +0200
+
+mysql (3.23.37-5) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * Applied mutex patch for bdb support on m68k. 
+    Thanks to Michael Fedrowitz for the patch.
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Mon,  7 May 2001 12:30:40 +0200
+
+mysql (3.23.37-4) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * Enable bdb support for m68k architecture.
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Sat,  5 May 2001 16:47:36 +0200
+
+mysql (3.23.37-3) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * Added thread-safe client library. Thanks to Shane Wegner. Closes: #95441 
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Sat, 28 Apr 2001 09:45:00 -0400
+
+mysql (3.23.37-2) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * Added sparc to the list of BDB supporting architectures after some
+    tests on vore.debian.org and mails with Ben Collons.
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Fri, 27 Apr 2001 09:30:09 -0400
+
+mysql (3.23.37-1) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * New upstream version. 
+  * Added gemini table support.
+  * Does anybody know how to enable SSL?
+  * Fixed ARM compilation problem. Closes: #88186
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Sat, 21 Apr 2001 11:48:46 -0400
+
+mysql (3.23.36-2) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * Added patch by Christopher C. Chimelis <chris@xxxxxxxxxx> to make
+    Berkeley db3 work again on Alpha architecture. Closes: #92787
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Tue,  3 Apr 2001 23:41:46 +0200
+
+mysql (3.23.36-1) unstable; urgency=high
+
+  * New upstream version.
+  * SECURITY FIX: One could place database tables outside the database
+    directory by using '..' in one of the mysql helper programs where the
+    table name was not checked correctly. This could lead to root compromise
+    if the server would be running as root else you could at least do bad
+    things as user mysql.
+  * upstream: Fixed bug when thread creation failed.
+  * upstream: Fixed problem in Innobase with non-latin1 charsets
+  * upstream: Fixed a core-dump bug when using very complex query with DISTINGT
+  * upstream: many others so called minor bugs...
+  * fixes bug in init script. Closes: #90257 
+    (this report was agains some older problem that has been fixed too in .33)
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Fri, 30 Mar 2001 02:55:12 +0200
+
+mysql (3.23.35-1) unstable; urgency=medium
+
+  * New upstream relase.
+  * Fixes problem in ORDER BY clause. People using 3.33.34 should upgrade!
+  * Includes innobase support.
+    (Hope this is not such a catastrophe like berkeley db...)
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Fri, 16 Mar 2001 23:30:30 +0100
+
+mysql (3.23.33-3) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * Forgot #!/bin/sh at top of mysql-doc.postinst. Closes: #89801 
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>  Thu, 15 Mar 2001 20:38:35 -0500
+
+mysql (3.23.33-2) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * Added some missing scripts and manpages. Closes: #84068
+  * Added dependency to perl-5.6. Closes: #81942 
+  * Added french templates somewhen ago. Closes: #83790
+  * Added patch to get db3 working on Alpha. Closes: #86033
+    Thanks to Christopher C. Chimelis <chris@xxxxxxxxxx>. The patch
+    itself is included as debian/patch.alpha, too.
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Sun, 18 Feb 2001 06:40:40 +0100
+
+mysql (3.23.33-1) unstable; urgency=high
+
+  * Fixes two security bugs that allowes crashing the server and maybe
+    gaining the UID of the process that is linked against libmysqlclient!
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Tue, 13 Feb 2001 23:01:18 +0100
+
+mysql (3.23.32-1) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * New upstream releaes.
+    (just minor fixes)
+  * Added french and german debconf templates. 
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Sun,  4 Feb 2001 17:27:07 +0100
+
+mysql (3.23.31-1) unstable; urgency=high
+
+  * New upstream release.
+  * Fixes security bug that was announced at BUGTRAQ mailing list.
+    (Disappointingly not by mysql.com!). And allows a buffer overflow
+    and therefore access to the mysql UID and all databases when already
+    having a valid account. Closes: #82881
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Sat, 20 Jan 2001 11:14:36 +0100
+
+mysql (3.23.30-2) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * Recompiled with new dpkg-dev. 
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Sun, 14 Jan 2001 22:20:55 +0100
+
+mysql (3.23.30-1) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * New upstream release. 
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Sun,  7 Jan 2001 22:10:18 +0100
+
+mysql (3.23.28-10) testing unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * I must upload to "testing" to get it into woody, right?! 
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Fri, 29 Dec 2000 14:43:57 +0100
+
+mysql (3.23.28-9) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * Made it a replacement for libmysqlclient9. 
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxxx>  Mon, 25 Dec 2000 19:15:04 +0100
+
+mysql (3.23.28-8) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * Applied patch from a user to get the skip-networking option working!
+    Approved from a mysql employee but please test anyways.
+    This finally: Closes: #79672, #78634, #79660, #79658
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Sat, 16 Dec 2000 14:01:36 +0100
+
+mysql (3.23.28-6) unstable; urgency=medium
+
+  * Fixed error in postinst. Closes: #79392, #79400, #79451, #79550
+  * Added .info files again on user request. Closes: #78988, #75737 
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Wed, 13 Dec 2000 21:18:24 +0100
+
+mysql (3.23.28-5) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * Fixed a stupid bug in mysql-server.postinst regarding the 
+    configuration of skip-networking. Closes: #78639, 78634
+  * Used patched bdb which hopefully enables mutexes on Alpha. Closes: #78197
+  * Added dependency to adduser. Closes: #76798
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Sun, 10 Dec 2000 16:55:48 +0100
+
+mysql (3.23.28-4) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  [never uploaded]
+  * Fixed a stupid bug in mysql-server.postinst regarding the 
+    configuration of skip-networking. Closes: #78639, 78634
+  * Used patched bdb which hopefully enables mutexes on Alpha. Closes: #78197
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Sun,  3 Dec 2000 17:49:44 +0100
+
+mysql (3.23.28-3) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * This time really fixed m68k build error. Closes: #78235 
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Sun,  3 Dec 2000 15:02:55 +0100
+
+mysql (3.23.28-2) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * Adjusted rules file to make it buildable on m86k. Closes: #78235 
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Fri,  1 Dec 2000 20:07:26 +0100
+
+mysql (3.23.28-1) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * New upstream vesrion. Now gamma! 
+  * Changed umask of mysql.log making it o-rw
+  * Disabled listening on network reachable TCP ports by default due to
+    security considerations.
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Thu, 23 Nov 2000 20:12:50 +0100
+
+mysql (3.23.27-1) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * New upstream version.
+  * Closes: #75711
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Sun, 29 Oct 2000 14:29:51 +0100
+
+mysql (3.23.25-4) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * Recompiled to get rid of the dependency for zlib1 (libc5).
+    Closes: #74952, #74939
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Tue, 17 Oct 2000 14:34:52 +0200
+
+mysql (3.23.25-3.1) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * Maintainer-approved NMU.
+  * Includes patch to fix and enable db3 support on Alpha.
+  * Enable support for thread mutexes in db3 on sparc
+    (it works after all, according to Ben Collins)
+  * Removed atomic_ functions for Alpha since they are no
+    longer supported in the current glibc in woody.
+  * Cleaned up rules file a bit.
+
+ -- Christopher C. Chimelis <chris@xxxxxxxxxx>  Sat, 14 Oct 2000 04:22:02 -0400
+
+mysql (3.23.25-3) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * Upstream decided not to include my_config.h,my_dir.h into the installed
+    header files. As this file contains at least informative material
+    and more important is checked by several autoconf scripts I
+    included it by hand again.
+  * Made building of berkeley db conditional to architecture until
+    I get response whether it works on sparc/alpha now.
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Wed, 11 Oct 2000 23:58:38 +0200
+
+mysql (3.23.25-2) unstable; urgency=medium
+
+  * Last build went terrible wrong.. Here's the changelog again:
+  * New upstream release.
+  * Shared library version was raised from 9 to 10.
+    Maintainers of packets using libmysqlclient9 must recompile!
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Wed, 11 Oct 2000 01:16:34 +0200
+
+mysql (3.23.25-1) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * New upstream release.
+  * Shared library version was raised from 9 to 10.
+    Maintainers of packets using libmysqlclient9 must recompile!
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Sat,  7 Oct 2000 18:21:51 +0200
+
+mysql (3.23.24-2) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * Applied upstream patch regarding quoting of mysqldump.
+  * Updated to db-3.1.17-patched (from www.mysql.com)
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Fri, 15 Sep 2000 18:58:14 +0200
+
+mysql (3.23.24-1) unstable; urgency=medium
+
+  * New upstream version with some important fixes.
+  * upstream: Last version corrupted CHAR/VARCHAR/BLOB columns with 
+    chararacters above ASCII 128! Check and repair all these tables. 
+  * upstream: fixed small memory leak
+  * upstream: fixed problem with BDB tables and reading on unique
+              (not primary) key.
+  * Disabled BDB tables on all architectures except i386 due to many
+    bug reports (see #71206).  -> HELP APPRECIATED <-
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Tue, 12 Sep 2000 06:18:54 +0200
+
+mysql (3.23.23-2) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * Strange... "nohup nice" gives differnet results and let therefore
+    crash safe_mysqld when starting up. Apparently it seems to be
+    kernel dependand. Now fixed by another conditional. This
+    more or less Closes: #71057
+  * This bug was reported (accidently) in the following identical reports:
+    Closes: #71253, #71254, #71257, #71258, #71259, #71262, #71266, #71267
+    Closes: #71268, #71271, #71275, #71277, #71278, #71283, #71291
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Sat,  9 Sep 2000 20:13:50 +0200
+
+mysql (3.23.23-1) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * New upstream version. Feature freeze!
+  * Fixed source build problem. Closes: #70707 
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Thu, 31 Aug 2000 10:03:35 +0200
+
+mysql (3.23.22b-1) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * Reorganised docs. Now we have several small html files instead of
+    one with almost 2M. Closes: 70431
+  * Removed pdf,ps and html from source package shrinked it about 3M
+    (therefore the .orig.tar.gz is called 3.23.22b!)
+  * -> Last upload failed due to problems at the FTP site so here the 
+    -> changelog again:
+  * Fixes memory leak, commit/rollback, reserved word "MASTER" ...
+  * Added Berkeley DB3 source code to the Debian diff to be able to
+    compile with bdb transaction support! (Great feature!!!)
+  * Upstream correction of error message. Closes: #68939
+  * Upstream correction of reserved word "source".
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Fri, 25 Aug 2000 19:21:24 +0200
+
+mysql (3.23.22-1) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * New upstream version.
+  * Fixes memory leak, commit/rollback, reserved word "MASTER" ...
+  * Added Berkeley DB3 source code to the Debian diff to be able to
+    compile with bdb transaction support! (Great feature!!!)
+  * Upstream correction of error message. Closes: #68939
+  * Upstream correction of reserved word "source".
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Sun, 20 Aug 2000 09:05:48 +0200
+
+mysql (3.23.21-4) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * Added libmysqlclient9.shlibs and shlibs.local file. Closes: #68669
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Wed,  9 Aug 2000 14:22:49 +0200
+
+mysql (3.23.21-3) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * Let "/etc/init.d/mysql restart" wait until the pid has been
+    removed before (but max 6 seconds) before restarting. Closes: 65070
+  * Added build dependencies. 
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Sun, 30 Jul 2000 16:16:48 +0200
+
+mysql (3.23.21-2) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * Typo in safe_mysqld prevents start.
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Sat, 29 Jul 2000 13:40:50 +0200
+
+mysql (3.23.21-1) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * New upstream version.
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Mon, 10 Jul 2000 22:54:17 +0200
+
+mysql (3.23.20-1) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * MySQL finally got fully GPL'ed! This means that there is only one
+    souce package and only main/* binary packages from now on.
+  * Fixed symlink in libmysqlclient9-dev. Closes: 66452
+  * Apart from that the usual bug fixes for BETA software.
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Mon,  3 Jul 2000 20:05:38 +0200
+
+mysql-pd (3.23.16-1) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * New upstream release. (Actually a brand new upstream branch!)
+  * Added mysql-common package as the configuration file can be used
+    by all versions of the mysql client library.
+    Did some more package reorganisations, too. See README.Debian file!
+  * libmysqlclient.so raised major version from 6 to 9.
+  * Minor beautifications in the debian/ directory.
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Sat, 27 May 2000 20:30:01 +0200
+
+mysql-gpl (3.22.30-2) frozen unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * Fixed path in libmysqlclient.la. Closes: #58875 
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Sat, 25 Jan 2000 20:27:29 -0700
+
+mysql-gpl (3.22.30-1) frozen unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * A small change in the libmysqlclient6 causes mysqladmin to print an
+    shared library error when displaying the defaults. Everything else
+    works fine so this error wasn't detected untill now. Closes: #58033
+  * TcX released a new MySQL version that includes another security patch,
+    this time against mysqlaccess. The author told me that it would be 
+    fine if I just included the new .c in this source since I don't want
+    go to 3.22.32 in frozen.
+  * ->Release Manager: Although the version number increased there is
+    no new coded except for the shared library. The rest is the same
+    as in mysql-server and mysql-client.
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Tue, 15 Feb 2000 23:26:54 +0100
+
+mysql-gpl (3.22.29-1) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * New upstream version.
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Thu,  6 Jan 2000 20:37:23 +0100
+
+mysql-gpl (3.22.27a-3) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * Use system readline instead of bundled version. Closes: #50069 
+    Any objections ?
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Sun, 14 Nov 1999 18:09:48 +0100
+
+mysql-gpl (3.22.27a-2) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * Now building mysql-gpl-doc in binary-indep. 
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Sat, 23 Oct 1999 04:22:36 +0200
+
+mysql-gpl (3.22.27a-1) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * Adjusted version number to allow new orig.tar.gz.
+    The old seems broken :-( People reported compilation problems.
+  * Changed mysql-gpl-doc to "Architecture: all". 
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Sun, 17 Oct 1999 13:01:35 +0200
+
+mysql-gpl (3.22.27-1) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * New upstream release. Fixes charset problem.
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Mon, 11 Oct 1999 18:01:40 +0200
+
+mysql-gpl (3.22.26a-1) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * New upstream version. Just some small bug fixes.
+  * FHS compliance.
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Sun,  3 Oct 1999 10:16:14 +0200
+
+mysql-gpl (3.22.25-2) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * Added conflict to all old mysql-dev packages. (fixes: #42966) 
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Sun, 15 Aug 1999 11:35:46 +0200
+
+mysql-gpl (3.22.25-1) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * New upstream version. (We are waiting for 3.23.x !)
+  * Fixes some upstream small bugs.
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Sun, 18 Jul 1999 22:02:06 +0200
+
+mysql-gpl (3.22.23b-4) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * Rebuild for new perl. 
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Thu,  8 Jul 1999 01:09:57 +0200
+
+mysql-gpl (3.22.23b-3) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * libmysqlclient had the wrong socket path.
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Sun, 03 Jul 1999 23:13:30 +0200
+
+mysql-gpl (3.22.23b-2) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * Missed one replace tag to an very old version of mysql-devel.
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Sun, 27 Jun 1999 19:13:30 +0200
+
+mysql-gpl (3.22.23b-1) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * New upstream minor version.
+  * Cleaned up the dependencies a bit.
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Sun, 27 Jun 1999 19:13:30 +0200
+
+mysql-gpl (3.22.22-1) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * New upstream version. (closes Bug#36493,37340)
+  * New maintainer upload.
+  * Package reorganisation: We prepare for the GPL'ed server which will
+  *  be released soon and make the structure more clear to the user.
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Mon,  3 May 1999 20:43:41 +0200
+
+mysql (3.22.21-1) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * Never released. TcX was too fast :-)
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Tue, 20 Apr 1999 17:22:04 +0200
+
+mysql-freebits (3.21.33b-3) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * Recompile with libncurses
+
+ -- Scott Hanson <shanson@xxxxxxxxxx>  Sat, 31 Oct 1998 15:04:39 +0100
+
+mysql-freebits (3.21.33b-2) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * Recompile with libstdc++2.9 (fixes #27792)
+
+ -- Scott Hanson <shanson@xxxxxxxxxx>  Mon, 12 Oct 1998 18:47:25 +0200
+
+mysql-freebits (3.21.33b-1) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * New upstream version (probably the last for 3.21)
+
+ -- Scott Hanson <shanson@xxxxxxxxxx>  Tue,  8 Sep 1998 18:59:37 +0200
+
+mysql-freebits (3.21.33-4) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * Separate out non-free source files, move mysql-base, mysql-dev, and
+  *  mysql-doc to main distribution
+  * Locale files /usr/share/mysql/ now in server, not base; therefore...
+  * Add conflict to mysql-server <=3.21.33-3
+
+ -- Scott Hanson <shanson@xxxxxxxxxx>  Fri, 31 Jul 1998 19:16:08 +0200
+
+mysql (3.21.33-3) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * Release to unstable with moved socket (fixes #24574)
+  * Add conflict to old libdbd-mysql-perl package
+
+ -- Scott Hanson <shanson@xxxxxxxxxx>  Wed, 22 Jul 1998 22:17:43 +0200
+
+mysql (3.21.33-2) experimental; urgency=low
+
+  * Move socket from /tmp to /var/run (see #24574) 
+  * Release to experimental, since this breaks everything statically
+  *  linked to libmysqlclient!
+
+ -- Scott Hanson <shanson@xxxxxxxxxx>  Wed, 15 Jul 1998 19:37:01 +0200
+
+mysql (3.21.33-1) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * New upstream release
+
+ -- Scott Hanson <shanson@xxxxxxxxxx>  Sun, 12 Jul 1998 08:18:18 +0200
+
+mysql (3.21.32a-1) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * New upstream release 
+  * Lintian bugs: ldconfig, missing manpage, call to perl5
+  * Lintian bug shlib-with-non-pic-code _not_ yet fixed 
+
+ -- Scott Hanson <shanson@xxxxxxxxxx>  Sat,  4 Jul 1998 07:57:13 +0200
+
+mysql (3.21.31-1) unstable frozen; urgency=low
+
+  * New upstream release for hamm and slink (bug fixes only)
+  * Fix unsecure use of temp file in mysqlbug (fixes #23606) 
+  * Added brief licensing information to control file
+
+ -- Scott Hanson <shanson@xxxxxxxxxx>  Tue, 16 Jun 1998 10:52:44 +0200
+
+mysql (3.21.30-3) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * Restore missing shared library dependencies for mysql-server
+
+ -- Scott Hanson <shanson@xxxxxxxxxx>  Mon, 15 Jun 1998 07:51:58 +0200
+
+mysql (3.21.30-2) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * Simplify debian/rules (fixes #17662)
+  * Edit manual.texi to add "Debian notes" to documentation
+  * Add note about passwords on command line (fixes #16471)
+  * Add note about getting privleges for users (fixes #22891)
+  * Correct "Possible license changes" heading (fixes #22711)
+  * Add uninstalled header files to /usr/doc/mysql-dev/examples (fixes #22627)
+  * Add udf_example.cc to /usr/doc/mysql-dev/examples (fixes #22710)
+
+ -- Scott Hanson <shanson@xxxxxxxxxx>  Sun,  7 Jun 1998 13:05:37 +0200
+
+mysql (3.21.30-1) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * Stable upstream release
+
+ -- Scott Hanson <shanson@xxxxxxxxxx>  Tue, 12 May 1998 22:13:25 +0200
+
+mysql (3.21.29gamma-1) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * New upstream release
+  * Do not create 'mysql' subdirectory for libs and headers (fixes #19020)
+  * Remove 'CXX=gcc' flag from configure (g++ now standard)
+      
+ -- Scott Hanson <shanson@xxxxxxxxxx>  Sun, 12 Apr 1998 18:38:03 +0200
+
+mysql (3.21.28gamma-1) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * New upstream release
+  * Unstable-only release; hamm stays at 3.21.25 for now
+
+ -- Scott Hanson <shanson@xxxxxxxxxx>  Thu,  2 Apr 1998 21:33:51 +0200
+
+mysql (3.21.25gamma-3) unstable frozen; urgency=low
+
+  * Have mysql-base suggest perl >= 5.004 for mysqlaccess (fixes #19593)
+  * Fix shlibs to refer to mysql-base rather than the no-longer-existant mysql
+
+ -- Scott Hanson <shanson@xxxxxxxxxx>  Thu, 26 Mar 1998 18:22:59 +0100
+
+mysql (3.21.25gamma-2) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * Restore libmysqlclient.so symlink to mysql-dev (fixes #19036)
+
+ -- Scott Hanson <shanson@xxxxxxxxxx>  Sun,  8 Mar 1998 10:46:43 +0100
+
+mysql (3.21.25gamma-1) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * Check if running as root in init.d script (fixes #18577)
+  * New upstream release
+
+ -- Scott Hanson <shanson@xxxxxxxxxx>  Fri, 27 Feb 1998 20:01:30 +0100
+
+mysql (3.21.24gamma-1) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * New upstream release
+
+ -- Scott Hanson <shanson@xxxxxxxxxx>  Mon, 23 Feb 1998 08:14:17 +0100
+
+mysql (3.21.23beta-3) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * Squashed errors found by lintian
+
+ -- Scott Hanson <shanson@xxxxxxxxxx>  Tue, 17 Feb 1998 20:19:01 +0100
+
+mysql (3.21.23beta-2) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * Fixed overlaps with old mysql package (fixes #17843)
+
+ -- Scott Hanson <shanson@xxxxxxxxxx>  Thu,  5 Feb 1998 22:55:00 +0100
+
+mysql (3.21.23beta-1) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * New upstream release
+  * Fix include lines in mysql.h (fixes #17827)
+  * Move /usr/include/mysql to mysql-dev
+
+ -- Scott Hanson <shanson@xxxxxxxxxx>  Wed,  4 Feb 1998 19:59:14 +0100
+
+mysql (3.21.22beta-3) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * Correct descriptions in control file (fixes #17698)
+  * Clean up output of shutdown script
+
+ -- Scott Hanson <shanson@xxxxxxxxxx>  Sat, 31 Jan 1998 19:04:29 +0100
+
+mysql (3.21.22beta-2) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * Split out mysql-dev and mysql-bench subpackages
+
+ -- Scott Hanson <shanson@xxxxxxxxxx>  Wed, 28 Jan 1998 19:52:27 +0100
+
+mysql (3.21.22beta-1) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * New upstream release 
+  
+ -- Scott Hanson <shanson@xxxxxxxxxx>  Wed, 28 Jan 1998 18:59:09 +0100
+
+mysql (3.21.21a.beta-2) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * Compile with libpthreads from libc6-dev_2.0.6-3 rather than statically 
+    linking to patched libpthreads (see changes to 3.20.29-2)
+  
+ -- Scott Hanson <shanson@xxxxxxxxxx>  Sun, 25 Jan 1998 13:17:15 +0100
+
+mysql (3.21.21a.beta-1) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * Put initial database, mysql_install_db, safe_mysqld, isamlog and 
+    isamchk in mysql-server 	
+  * Correct upstream release number so source packages are correctly built
+
+ -- Scott Hanson <shanson@xxxxxxxxxx>  Mon, 19 Jan 1998 07:52:48 +0100
+
+mysql (3.21.21.beta-1) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * Use debhelper where possible in rules
+  * Split binary packages into mysql-base, mysql-client, mysql-doc	
+  * New upstream release
+
+ -- Scott Hanson <shanson@xxxxxxxxxx>  Thu, 15 Jan 1998 08:12:17 +0100
+
+mysql (3.21.19.beta-1) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * Offer to set root password in mysql_install_db
+  * Kill `pidof mysqld` on shutdown rather than use mysqladmin
+  * New upstream version
+
+ -- Scott Hanson <shanson@xxxxxxxxxx>  Fri,  9 Jan 1998 20:06:35 +0100
+
+mysql (3.21.17a.beta-2) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * Remove perl stuff (it's going back into libdbd-mysql-perl)
+  * Remove conflict with libdbd-mysql-perl
+  * Do not compress *html files (fixes #16314)
+
+ -- Scott Hanson <shanson@xxxxxxxxxx>  Tue, 30 Dec 1997 07:34:20 +0100
+
+mysql (3.21.17a.beta-1) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * Add conflict to libdbd-mysql-perl
+  * Use --pid-file option to place pid file in /var/run rather than patching 
+  * Add install-info to postinst and postrm
+  * Add filename to message shown by mysql_install_db (fixes #16621)
+  * New upstream version
+
+ -- Scott Hanson <shanson@xxxxxxxxxx>  Sun, 21 Dec 1997 19:41:45 +0100
+
+mysql (3.20.32a-5) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * Move mysqld to /usr/lib/mysql, per policy discussion
+  * Adjust makefiles so perl libs get installed 
+
+ -- Scott Hanson <shanson@xxxxxxxxxx>  Wed,  3 Dec 1997 22:37:45 +0100
+
+mysql (3.20.32a-4) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * Move mysqld to /usr/sbin to comply with FSSTND
+
+ -- Scott Hanson <shanson@xxxxxxxxxx>  Mon,  3 Nov 1997 20:12:29 +0100
+
+mysql (3.20.32a-3) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * Comment out tests in mysql_install_db... for real this time!
+
+ -- Scott Hanson <shanson@xxxxxxxxxx>  Mon,  3 Nov 1997 07:32:53 +0100
+
+mysql (3.20.32a-2) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * Comment out tests in mysql_install_db (fixes #14304)
+
+ -- Scott Hanson <shanson@xxxxxxxxxx>  Sat,  1 Nov 1997 18:45:25 +0100
+
+mysql (3.20.32a-1) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * New upstream version
+
+ -- Scott Hanson <shanson@xxxxxxxxxx>  Wed, 29 Oct 1997 07:11:42 +0100
+
+mysql (3.20.29-2) unstable; urgency=low
+ 
+  * New maintainer
+  * Statically link mysqld to patched glibc-2.0.5 libpthread 
+    (works around #13586; see README.debian.glibc-2.0.5)
+  * Conflict with libpthread0 (fixes #13448)
+  * Don't link libg++, avoiding problems with glibc libpthread 
+
+ -- Scott Hanson <shanson@xxxxxxxxxx>  Thu, 16 Oct 1997 19:25:23 +0200
+
+mysql (3.20.29-1) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * New upstream version
+  * Recompiled with libc6
+  * Include mysql-faq_toc.html (fixes #10885)
+  * Reworked /etc/init.d/mysql script (thanks to Heiko)
+  * Remove file /usr/lib/libmysqlclient.so.4 when package is removed.
+  * Use absolute path specification for conffile
+  * Use /usr/bin/perl instead of /bin/perl (fixes #10654)
+  * Do not depend on mysql (fixes #12427)
+  * Installed missing manpage for Mysql perl module
+  * Don't use debstd anymore
+  * Pristine source
+  * Set section to `non-free/devel'
+  * Upgraded to standards version 2.3.0.0
+
+ -- Christian Schwarz <schwarz@xxxxxxxxxx>  Fri, 12 Sep 1997 02:12:58 +0200
+
+mysql (3.20.16beta-2) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * Uses /usr/bin/perl instead of /bin/perl (fixes bug #9731)
+  * Don't run mysqld with --log option
+  * Don't install regex manual pages
+  * Suggest package mysql-manual
+  * Fixed typo in changelog
+  * Upgrade to policy 2.1.3.2
+
+ -- Christian Schwarz <schwarz@xxxxxxxxxx>  Sun, 11 May 1997 14:19:26 +0200
+
+mysql (3.20.16beta-1) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * Initial Release.
+
+ -- Christian Schwarz <schwarz@xxxxxxxxxx>  Sat, 12 Apr 1997 13:51:28 +0200

=== added file 'storage/xtradb/build/debian/compat'
--- a/storage/xtradb/build/debian/compat	1970-01-01 00:00:00 +0000
+++ b/storage/xtradb/build/debian/compat	2010-01-26 18:02:46 +0000
@@ -0,0 +1 @@
+4

=== added file 'storage/xtradb/build/debian/control'
--- a/storage/xtradb/build/debian/control	1970-01-01 00:00:00 +0000
+++ b/storage/xtradb/build/debian/control	2010-02-22 19:53:53 +0000
@@ -0,0 +1,118 @@
+Source: percona-xtradb-dfsg-5.1
+Section: misc
+Priority: optional
+Maintainer: Percona SQL Development Team <mysql-dev@xxxxxxxxxxx>
+Uploaders: Aleksandr Kuzminsky <aleksandr.kuzminsky@xxxxxxxxxxx>
+Build-Depends: libtool (>= 1.4.2-7), procps | hurd,  debhelper (>= 4.1.16), file (>= 3.28-1), libncurses5-dev (>= 5.0-6), perl (>= 5.6.0), libwrap0-dev (>= 7.6-8.3), zlib1g-dev (>= 1:1.1.3-5), libreadline5-dev | libreadline-dev, psmisc, po-debconf, chrpath, automake1.9, doxygen, gs, dpatch, gawk, bison, lsb-release, fakeroot
+Standards-Version: 3.8.0
+Homepage: http://www.percona.com/
+Vcs-Browser: http://bazaar.launchpad.net/~percona-dev/percona-xtradb/release-1.0/files
+Vcs-Bzr: bzr+ssh://bazaar.launchpad.net/~percona-dev/percona-xtradb/release-1.0/
+
+Package: libpercona-xtradb-client16
+Section: libs
+Architecture: any
+Depends: percona-xtradb-common (>= ${source:Version}), ${shlibs:Depends}
+Description: Percona SQL database client library
+ Percona SQL is a fast, stable and true multi-user, multi-threaded SQL database
+ server. SQL (Structured Query Language) is the most popular database query
+ language in the world. The main goals of Percona SQL are speed, robustness and
+ ease of use.
+ .
+ This package includes the client library.
+
+Package: libpercona-xtradb-client15-dev
+Architecture: all
+Section: libdevel
+Depends: libpercona-xtradb-client-dev (>= ${source:Version})
+Description: Percona SQL database development files - empty transitional package
+ This is an empty package that depends on libpercona-xtradb-client-dev to ease the
+ transition for packages with versioned build-deps on libpercona-xtradb-client15-dev.
+
+Package: libpercona-xtradb-client-dev
+Architecture: any
+Section: libdevel
+Depends: libpercona-xtradb-client16 (>= ${source:Version}), zlib1g-dev, , ${shlibs:Depends}
+Conflicts: libmysqlclient14-dev, libmysqlclient12-dev, libmysqlclient10-dev, libmysqlclient15-dev, libmysqlclient16-dev
+Replaces: libmysqlclient14-dev, libmysqlclient12-dev, libmysqlclient10-dev, libmysqlclient15-dev, libmysqlclient16-dev
+Description: Percona SQL database development files
+ Percona SQL is a fast, stable and true multi-user, multi-threaded SQL database
+ server. SQL (Structured Query Language) is the most popular database query
+ language in the world. The main goals of Percona SQL are speed, robustness and
+ ease of use.
+ .
+ This package includes development libraries and header files.
+
+Package: percona-xtradb-common
+Section: database
+Architecture: all
+Depends: ${shlibs:Depends}, ${misc:Depends}
+Conflicts: mysql-common-4.1, mysql-common-5.0, mysql-common-5.1
+Provides: mysql-common-4.1, percona-xtradb-common
+Replaces: mysql-common-4.1, mysql-common-5.0, mysql-common-5.1
+Description: Percona SQL database common files (e.g. /etc/mysql/my.cnf)
+ Percona SQL is a fast, stable and true multi-user, multi-threaded SQL database
+ server. SQL (Structured Query Language) is the most popular database query
+ language in the world. The main goals of Percona SQL are speed, robustness and
+ ease of use.
+ .
+ This package includes files needed by all versions of the client library
+ (e.g. /etc/mysql/my.cnf).
+
+Package: percona-xtradb-client-5.1
+Architecture: any
+Depends: debianutils (>=1.6), libdbi-perl, percona-xtradb-common (>= ${source:Version}), libpercona-xtradb-client16 (>= ${source:Version}), ${perl:Depends}, ${shlibs:Depends}, ${misc:Depends}
+Provides: virtual-mysql-client, mysql-client, mysql-client-4.1, percona-xtradb-client, percona-xtradb-client-5.1
+Conflicts: mysql-client (<< ${source:Version}), mysql-client-5.0, mysql-client-5.1, percona-xtradb-client-5.0
+Replaces: mysql-client (<< ${source:Version}), mysql-client-5.0, mysql-client-5.1, percona-xtradb-client-5.0
+Description: Percona SQL database client binaries
+ Percona SQL is a fast, stable and true multi-user, multi-threaded SQL database
+ server. SQL (Structured Query Language) is the most popular database query
+ language in the world. The main goals of Percona SQL are speed, robustness and
+ ease of use.
+ .
+ This package includes the client binaries and the additional tools
+ innotop and mysqlreport.
+
+Package: percona-xtradb-server-5.1
+Architecture: any                                                               
+Suggests: tinyca
+Recommends: mailx, libhtml-template-perl
+Pre-Depends: percona-xtradb-common (>= ${source:Version}), adduser (>= 3.40), debconf
+Depends: percona-xtradb-client-5.1 (>= ${source:Version}), libdbi-perl, perl (>= 5.6), ${shlibs:Depends}, ${misc:Depends}, psmisc, passwd, lsb-base (>= 3.0-10)
+Conflicts: mysql-server (<< ${source:Version}), mysql-server-4.1, percona-xtradb-server-5.0
+Provides: mysql-server, virtual-mysql-server, mysql-server-5.0, percona-xtradb-server-5.1
+Replaces: mysql-server (<< ${source:Version}), mysql-server-5.0, percona-xtradb-server-5.0
+Description: Percona SQL database server binaries                                     
+ Percona SQL is a fast, stable and true multi-user, multi-threaded SQL database
+ server. SQL (Structured Query Language) is the most popular database query
+ language in the world. The main goals of Percona SQL are speed, robustness and
+ ease of use.
+ .
+ This package includes the server binaries.
+
+Package: percona-xtradb-server
+Section: database
+Architecture: all
+Depends: percona-xtradb-server-5.1
+Description: Percona SQL database server (metapackage depending on the latest version)
+ This is an empty package that depends on the current "best" version of
+ percona-xtradb-server (currently percona-xtradb-server-5.1), as determined by the Percona SQL
+ maintainers. Install this package if in doubt about which Percona SQL
+ version you need. That will install the version recommended by the
+ package maintainers.
+ .
+ Percona SQL is a fast, stable and true multi-user, multi-threaded SQL database
+ server. SQL (Structured Query Language) is the most popular database query
+ language in the world. The main goals of Percona SQL are speed, robustness and
+ ease of use.
+
+Package: percona-xtradb-client
+Section: database
+Architecture: all
+Depends: percona-xtradb-client-5.1
+Description: Percona SQL database client (metapackage depending on the latest version)
+ This is an empty package that depends on the current "best" version of
+ percona-xtradb-client (currently percona-xtradb-client-5.1), as determined by the Percona SQL
+ maintainers.  Install this package if in doubt about which Percona SQL version
+ you want, as this is the one we consider to be in the best shape.

=== added file 'storage/xtradb/build/debian/copyright'
--- a/storage/xtradb/build/debian/copyright	1970-01-01 00:00:00 +0000
+++ b/storage/xtradb/build/debian/copyright	2010-01-26 18:02:46 +0000
@@ -0,0 +1,169 @@
+
+== MySQL ==
+
+The Debian package of MySQL was first debianzed on 1997-04-12 by Christian
+Schwarz <schwarz@xxxxxxxxxx> and ist maintained since 1999-04-20 by 
+Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>.
+
+It can be downloaded from http://www.mysql.com/
+
+Copyright:
+
+According to the file "COPYING" all parts of this package are licenced
+under the terms of the GNU GPL Version 2 of which a copy is available
+in /usr/share/common-licenses.
+
+To allow free software with other licences than the GPL to link against the 
+shared library, special terms for "derived works" are defined in the file
+"EXCEPTIONS-CLIENT" which is quoted below.
+
+More information can be found on http://www.mysql.com/company/legal/licensing/
+
+The manual had to be removed as it is not free in the sense of the
+Debian Free Software Guidelines (DFSG). 
+
+> Appendix I MySQL FLOSS License Exception
+> ****************************************
+> 
+>                      Version 0.3, 10 February 2005
+> 
+> The MySQL AB Exception for Free/Libre and Open Source Software-only
+> Applications Using MySQL Client Libraries (the "FLOSS Exception").
+> 
+> Exception Intent
+> ================
+> 
+> We want specified Free/Libre and Open Source Software ("FLOSS")
+> applications to be able to use specified GPL-licensed MySQL client
+> libraries (the "Program") despite the fact that not all FLOSS licenses
+> are compatible with version 2 of the GNU General Public License (the
+> "GPL").
+> 
+> Legal Terms and Conditions
+> ==========================
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+- innotop.html
+- InnoDBParser.pm

=== added file 'storage/xtradb/build/debian/libpercona-xtradb-client-dev.README.Maintainer'
--- a/storage/xtradb/build/debian/libpercona-xtradb-client-dev.README.Maintainer	1970-01-01 00:00:00 +0000
+++ b/storage/xtradb/build/debian/libpercona-xtradb-client-dev.README.Maintainer	2010-02-18 23:53:03 +0000
@@ -0,0 +1,4 @@
+The examples directory includes files that might be needed by some
+developers:
+- header files not installed by default
+- the example file udf_example.c

=== added file 'storage/xtradb/build/debian/libpercona-xtradb-client-dev.dirs'
--- a/storage/xtradb/build/debian/libpercona-xtradb-client-dev.dirs	1970-01-01 00:00:00 +0000
+++ b/storage/xtradb/build/debian/libpercona-xtradb-client-dev.dirs	2010-02-18 23:53:03 +0000
@@ -0,0 +1,2 @@
+usr/include/
+usr/lib/

=== added file 'storage/xtradb/build/debian/libpercona-xtradb-client-dev.docs'
--- a/storage/xtradb/build/debian/libpercona-xtradb-client-dev.docs	1970-01-01 00:00:00 +0000
+++ b/storage/xtradb/build/debian/libpercona-xtradb-client-dev.docs	2010-02-18 23:53:03 +0000
@@ -0,0 +1 @@
+EXCEPTIONS-CLIENT

=== added file 'storage/xtradb/build/debian/libpercona-xtradb-client-dev.examples'
--- a/storage/xtradb/build/debian/libpercona-xtradb-client-dev.examples	1970-01-01 00:00:00 +0000
+++ b/storage/xtradb/build/debian/libpercona-xtradb-client-dev.examples	2010-02-18 23:53:03 +0000
@@ -0,0 +1 @@
+sql/udf_example.c

=== added file 'storage/xtradb/build/debian/libpercona-xtradb-client-dev.files'
--- a/storage/xtradb/build/debian/libpercona-xtradb-client-dev.files	1970-01-01 00:00:00 +0000
+++ b/storage/xtradb/build/debian/libpercona-xtradb-client-dev.files	2010-02-18 23:53:03 +0000
@@ -0,0 +1,7 @@
+usr/bin/mysql_config
+usr/include/mysql/*.h
+usr/lib/libmysqlclient.a
+usr/lib/libmysqlclient.la
+usr/lib/mysql/*.a
+usr/lib/mysql/*.la
+usr/share/man/man1/mysql_config.1

=== added file 'storage/xtradb/build/debian/libpercona-xtradb-client-dev.links'
--- a/storage/xtradb/build/debian/libpercona-xtradb-client-dev.links	1970-01-01 00:00:00 +0000
+++ b/storage/xtradb/build/debian/libpercona-xtradb-client-dev.links	2010-02-18 23:53:03 +0000
@@ -0,0 +1,2 @@
+usr/lib/libmysqlclient.so.16	usr/lib/libmysqlclient.so
+usr/lib/libmysqlclient_r.so.16	usr/lib/libmysqlclient_r.so

=== added file 'storage/xtradb/build/debian/libpercona-xtradb-client16.dirs'
--- a/storage/xtradb/build/debian/libpercona-xtradb-client16.dirs	1970-01-01 00:00:00 +0000
+++ b/storage/xtradb/build/debian/libpercona-xtradb-client16.dirs	2010-02-18 23:53:03 +0000
@@ -0,0 +1 @@
+usr/lib/

=== added file 'storage/xtradb/build/debian/libpercona-xtradb-client16.docs'
--- a/storage/xtradb/build/debian/libpercona-xtradb-client16.docs	1970-01-01 00:00:00 +0000
+++ b/storage/xtradb/build/debian/libpercona-xtradb-client16.docs	2010-02-18 23:53:03 +0000
@@ -0,0 +1 @@
+EXCEPTIONS-CLIENT

=== added file 'storage/xtradb/build/debian/libpercona-xtradb-client16.files'
--- a/storage/xtradb/build/debian/libpercona-xtradb-client16.files	1970-01-01 00:00:00 +0000
+++ b/storage/xtradb/build/debian/libpercona-xtradb-client16.files	2010-02-18 23:53:03 +0000
@@ -0,0 +1 @@
+usr/lib/libmysqlclient*.so.*

=== added file 'storage/xtradb/build/debian/libpercona-xtradb-client16.postinst'
--- a/storage/xtradb/build/debian/libpercona-xtradb-client16.postinst	1970-01-01 00:00:00 +0000
+++ b/storage/xtradb/build/debian/libpercona-xtradb-client16.postinst	2010-02-18 23:53:03 +0000
@@ -0,0 +1,12 @@
+#!/bin/bash -e
+
+# dh_installdeb will replace this with shell code automatically
+# generated by other debhelper scripts.
+
+#DEBHELPER#
+
+exit 0
+
+# vim: ts=4
+
+

=== added directory 'storage/xtradb/build/debian/patches'
=== added file 'storage/xtradb/build/debian/patches/00list'
--- a/storage/xtradb/build/debian/patches/00list	1970-01-01 00:00:00 +0000
+++ b/storage/xtradb/build/debian/patches/00list	2010-01-26 18:02:46 +0000
@@ -0,0 +1,6 @@
+33_scripts__mysql_create_system_tables__no_test.dpatch
+38_scripts__mysqld_safe.sh__signals.dpatch
+41_scripts__mysql_install_db.sh__no_test.dpatch
+44_scripts__mysql_config__libs.dpatch
+50_mysql-test__db_test.dpatch
+60_percona_support.dpatch

=== added file 'storage/xtradb/build/debian/patches/01_MAKEFILES__Docs_Images_Makefile.in.dpatch'
--- a/storage/xtradb/build/debian/patches/01_MAKEFILES__Docs_Images_Makefile.in.dpatch	1970-01-01 00:00:00 +0000
+++ b/storage/xtradb/build/debian/patches/01_MAKEFILES__Docs_Images_Makefile.in.dpatch	2010-01-26 18:02:46 +0000
@@ -0,0 +1,776 @@
+#! /bin/sh /usr/share/dpatch/dpatch-run
+## 01_MAKEFILES__Docs_Makefile.in.dpatch by  <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>
+##
+## All lines beginning with `## DP:' are a description of the patch.
+## DP: Creates Docs/Makefile.in
+
+@DPATCH@
+
+--- old/Docs/Images/Makefile.in	2005-03-01 02:08:01.877429040 +0100
++++ new/Docs/Images/Makefile.in	2005-02-28 21:21:24.000000000 +0100
+@@ -0,0 +1,765 @@
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++	depcomp install-sh ltconfig ltmain.sh missing mkinstalldirs
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++	cd $(top_srcdir) && \
++	  $(AUTOMAKE) --foreign  Makefile
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++	cd $(srcdir) && $(ACLOCAL) $(ACLOCAL_AMFLAGS)
++
++stamp-h1: $(srcdir)/config.h.in $(top_builddir)/config.status
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++$(srcdir)/config.h.in: @MAINTAINER_MODE_TRUE@ $(top_srcdir)/configure.in $(ACLOCAL_M4) $(top_srcdir)/acconfig.h
++	cd $(top_srcdir) && $(AUTOHEADER)
++	touch $(srcdir)/config.h.in
++
++distclean-hdr:
++	-rm -f config.h stamp-h1
++bdb/Makefile: $(top_builddir)/config.status $(top_srcdir)/bdb/Makefile.in
++	cd $(top_builddir) && $(SHELL) ./config.status $@
++
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++	  done | \
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++	       END { for (i in files) print i; }'`; \
++	mkid -fID $$unique
++
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++		$(TAGS_FILES) $(LISP)
++	tags=; \
++	here=`pwd`; \
++	if (etags --etags-include --version) >/dev/null 2>&1; then \
++	  include_option=--etags-include; \
++	else \
++	  include_option=--include; \
++	fi; \
++	list='$(SUBDIRS)'; for subdir in $$list; do \
++	  if test "$$subdir" = .; then :; else \
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++		$(TAGS_FILES) $(LISP)
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++	list='$(SOURCES) $(HEADERS) config.h.in $(LISP) $(TAGS_FILES)'; \
++	unique=`for i in $$list; do \
++	    if test -f "$$i"; then echo $$i; else echo $(srcdir)/$$i; fi; \
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++	topsrcdirstrip=`echo "$(top_srcdir)" | sed 's|.|.|g'`; \
++	list='$(DISTFILES)'; for file in $$list; do \
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++	    $(srcdir)/*) file=`echo "$$file" | sed "s|^$$srcdirstrip/||"`;; \
++	    $(top_srcdir)/*) file=`echo "$$file" | sed "s|^$$topsrcdirstrip/|$(top_builddir)/|"`;; \
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++	  if test -f $$file || test -d $$file; then d=.; else d=$(srcdir); fi; \
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++	    || exit 1; \
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++	  if test "$$subdir" = .; then :; else \
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++	    || exit 1; \
++	    (cd $$subdir && \
++	      $(MAKE) $(AM_MAKEFLAGS) \
++	        top_distdir="$(top_distdir)" \
++	        distdir=../$(distdir)/$$subdir \
++	        distdir) \
++	      || exit 1; \
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++	$(MAKE) $(AM_MAKEFLAGS) \
++	  top_distdir="$(top_distdir)" distdir="$(distdir)" \
++	  dist-hook
++	-find $(distdir) -type d ! -perm -777 -exec chmod a+rwx {} \; -o \
++	  ! -type d ! -perm -444 -links 1 -exec chmod a+r {} \; -o \
++	  ! -type d ! -perm -400 -exec chmod a+r {} \; -o \
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++	|| chmod -R a+r $(distdir)
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++	mkdir $(distdir)/_inst
++	chmod a-w $(distdir)
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++	  && dc_destdir="$${TMPDIR-/tmp}/am-dc-$$$$/" \
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++	    $(DISTCHECK_CONFIGURE_FLAGS) \
++	  && $(MAKE) $(AM_MAKEFLAGS) \
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++	  && $(MAKE) $(AM_MAKEFLAGS) check \
++	  && $(MAKE) $(AM_MAKEFLAGS) install \
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++	  && $(MAKE) $(AM_MAKEFLAGS) uninstall \
++	  && $(MAKE) $(AM_MAKEFLAGS) distuninstallcheck_dir="$$dc_install_base" \
++	        distuninstallcheck \
++	  && chmod -R a-w "$$dc_install_base" \
++	  && ({ \
++	       (cd ../.. && $(mkinstalldirs) "$$dc_destdir") \
++	       && $(MAKE) $(AM_MAKEFLAGS) DESTDIR="$$dc_destdir" install \
++	       && $(MAKE) $(AM_MAKEFLAGS) DESTDIR="$$dc_destdir" uninstall \
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++	  && rm -rf "$$dc_destdir" \
++	  && $(MAKE) $(AM_MAKEFLAGS) dist-gzip \
++	  && rm -f $(distdir).tar.gz \
++	  && $(MAKE) $(AM_MAKEFLAGS) distcleancheck
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++	  sed 'h;s/./=/g;p;x;p;x'
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++	&& test `$(distuninstallcheck_listfiles) | wc -l` -le 1 \
++	   || { echo "ERROR: files left after uninstall:" ; \
++	        if test -n "$(DESTDIR)"; then \
++	          echo "  (check DESTDIR support)"; \
++	        fi ; \
++	        $(distuninstallcheck_listfiles) ; \
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++	@if test '$(srcdir)' = . ; then \
++	  echo "ERROR: distcleancheck can only run from a VPATH build" ; \
++	  exit 1 ; \
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++	@test `$(distcleancheck_listfiles) | wc -l` -eq 0 \
++	  || { echo "ERROR: files left in build directory after distclean:" ; \
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++distclean-generic:
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++	echo timestamp > linked_include_sources
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++	cd client; $(MAKE) link_sources
++	echo timestamp > linked_client_sources
++
++linked_libmysql_sources:
++	cd libmysql; $(MAKE) link_sources
++	echo timestamp > linked_libmysql_sources
++
++linked_libmysql_r_sources: linked_libmysql_sources
++	cd libmysql_r; $(MAKE) link_sources
++	echo timestamp > linked_libmysql_r_sources
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++linked_libmysqld_sources:
++	cd libmysqld; $(MAKE) link_sources
++	echo timestamp > linked_libmysqld_sources
++
++linked_libmysqldex_sources:
++	cd libmysqld/examples; $(MAKE) link_sources
++	echo timestamp > linked_libmysqldex_sources
++
++linked_netware_sources:
++	cd @netware_dir@; $(MAKE) link_sources
++	echo timestamp > linked_netware_sources
++
++#avoid recursive make calls in sql directory
++linked_server_sources:
++	cd sql; rm -f mini_client_errors.c;@LN_CP_F@ ../libmysql/errmsg.c mini_client_errors.c
++	echo timestamp > linked_server_sources
++
++# Create permission databases
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++	$(top_builddir)/scripts/mysql_install_db
++
++bin-dist:		all
++	$(top_builddir)/scripts/make_binary_distribution @MAKE_BINARY_DISTRIBUTION_OPTIONS@
++
++# Remove BK's "SCCS" subdirectories from source distribution
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++	rm -rf `find $(distdir) -type d -name SCCS`
++
++tags:
++	support-files/build-tags
++.PHONY:		init-db bin-dist
++
++# Test installation
++
++test:
++	cd mysql-test ; ./mysql-test-run
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++# Otherwise a system limit (for SysV at least) may be exceeded.
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--- a/storage/xtradb/build/debian/patches/01_MAKEFILES__Docs_Makefile.in.dpatch	1970-01-01 00:00:00 +0000
+++ b/storage/xtradb/build/debian/patches/01_MAKEFILES__Docs_Makefile.in.dpatch	2010-01-26 18:02:46 +0000
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+#! /bin/sh /usr/share/dpatch/dpatch-run
+## 01_MAKEFILES__Docs_Makefile.in.dpatch by  <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>
+##
+## All lines beginning with `## DP:' are a description of the patch.
+## DP: Creates Docs/Makefile.in
+
+@DPATCH@
+
+--- old/Docs/Makefile.in	2005-03-01 02:08:01.877429040 +0100
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++	    || exit 1; \
++	    (cd $$subdir && \
++	      $(MAKE) $(AM_MAKEFLAGS) \
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++	  && $(MAKE) $(AM_MAKEFLAGS) install \
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++	  && $(MAKE) $(AM_MAKEFLAGS) distuninstallcheck_dir="$$dc_install_base" \
++	        distuninstallcheck \
++	  && chmod -R a-w "$$dc_install_base" \
++	  && ({ \
++	       (cd ../.. && $(mkinstalldirs) "$$dc_destdir") \
++	       && $(MAKE) $(AM_MAKEFLAGS) DESTDIR="$$dc_destdir" install \
++	       && $(MAKE) $(AM_MAKEFLAGS) DESTDIR="$$dc_destdir" uninstall \
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++	  && $(MAKE) $(AM_MAKEFLAGS) distcleancheck
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++	&& test `$(distuninstallcheck_listfiles) | wc -l` -le 1 \
++	   || { echo "ERROR: files left after uninstall:" ; \
++	        if test -n "$(DESTDIR)"; then \
++	          echo "  (check DESTDIR support)"; \
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++	        $(distuninstallcheck_listfiles) ; \
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++	  echo "ERROR: distcleancheck can only run from a VPATH build" ; \
++	  exit 1 ; \
++	fi
++	@test `$(distcleancheck_listfiles) | wc -l` -eq 0 \
++	  || { echo "ERROR: files left in build directory after distclean:" ; \
++	       $(distcleancheck_listfiles) ; \
++	       exit 1; } >&2
++check-am: all-am
++check: check-recursive
++all-am: Makefile config.h
++installdirs: installdirs-recursive
++installdirs-am:
++
++install: install-recursive
++install-exec: install-exec-recursive
++install-data: install-data-recursive
++uninstall: uninstall-recursive
++
++install-am: all-am
++	@$(MAKE) $(AM_MAKEFLAGS) install-exec-am install-data-am
++
++installcheck: installcheck-recursive
++install-strip:
++	$(MAKE) $(AM_MAKEFLAGS) INSTALL_PROGRAM="$(INSTALL_STRIP_PROGRAM)" \
++	  install_sh_PROGRAM="$(INSTALL_STRIP_PROGRAM)" INSTALL_STRIP_FLAG=-s \
++	  `test -z '$(STRIP)' || \
++	    echo "INSTALL_PROGRAM_ENV=STRIPPROG='$(STRIP)'"` install
++mostlyclean-generic:
++
++clean-generic:
++	-test -z "$(CLEANFILES)" || rm -f $(CLEANFILES)
++
++distclean-generic:
++	-rm -f $(CONFIG_CLEAN_FILES)
++
++maintainer-clean-generic:
++	@echo "This command is intended for maintainers to use"
++	@echo "it deletes files that may require special tools to rebuild."
++clean: clean-recursive
++
++clean-am: clean-generic clean-libtool mostlyclean-am
++
++distclean: distclean-recursive
++	-rm -f $(am__CONFIG_DISTCLEAN_FILES)
++	-rm -f Makefile
++distclean-am: clean-am distclean-generic distclean-hdr distclean-libtool \
++	distclean-tags
++
++dvi: dvi-recursive
++
++dvi-am:
++
++info: info-recursive
++
++info-am:
++
++install-data-am:
++
++install-exec-am:
++
++install-info: install-info-recursive
++
++install-man:
++
++installcheck-am:
++
++maintainer-clean: maintainer-clean-recursive
++	-rm -f $(am__CONFIG_DISTCLEAN_FILES)
++	-rm -rf $(top_srcdir)/autom4te.cache
++	-rm -f Makefile
++maintainer-clean-am: distclean-am maintainer-clean-generic
++
++mostlyclean: mostlyclean-recursive
++
++mostlyclean-am: mostlyclean-generic mostlyclean-libtool
++
++pdf: pdf-recursive
++
++pdf-am:
++
++ps: ps-recursive
++
++ps-am:
++
++uninstall-am: uninstall-info-am
++
++uninstall-info: uninstall-info-recursive
++
++.PHONY: $(RECURSIVE_TARGETS) CTAGS GTAGS all all-am check check-am clean \
++	clean-generic clean-libtool clean-recursive ctags \
++	ctags-recursive dist dist-all dist-gzip distcheck distclean \
++	distclean-generic distclean-hdr distclean-libtool \
++	distclean-recursive distclean-tags distcleancheck distdir \
++	distuninstallcheck dvi dvi-am dvi-recursive info info-am \
++	info-recursive install install-am install-data install-data-am \
++	install-data-recursive install-exec install-exec-am \
++	install-exec-recursive install-info install-info-am \
++	install-info-recursive install-man install-recursive \
++	install-strip installcheck installcheck-am installdirs \
++	installdirs-am installdirs-recursive maintainer-clean \
++	maintainer-clean-generic maintainer-clean-recursive mostlyclean \
++	mostlyclean-generic mostlyclean-libtool mostlyclean-recursive \
++	pdf pdf-am pdf-recursive ps ps-am ps-recursive tags \
++	tags-recursive uninstall uninstall-am uninstall-info-am \
++	uninstall-info-recursive uninstall-recursive
++
++
++# This is just so that the linking is done early.
++config.h: $(linked_sources)
++
++linked_include_sources:
++	cd include; $(MAKE) link_sources
++	echo timestamp > linked_include_sources
++
++linked_client_sources:  @linked_client_targets@
++	cd client; $(MAKE) link_sources
++	echo timestamp > linked_client_sources
++
++linked_libmysql_sources:
++	cd libmysql; $(MAKE) link_sources
++	echo timestamp > linked_libmysql_sources
++
++linked_libmysql_r_sources: linked_libmysql_sources
++	cd libmysql_r; $(MAKE) link_sources
++	echo timestamp > linked_libmysql_r_sources
++
++linked_libmysqld_sources:
++	cd libmysqld; $(MAKE) link_sources
++	echo timestamp > linked_libmysqld_sources
++
++linked_libmysqldex_sources:
++	cd libmysqld/examples; $(MAKE) link_sources
++	echo timestamp > linked_libmysqldex_sources
++
++linked_netware_sources:
++	cd @netware_dir@; $(MAKE) link_sources
++	echo timestamp > linked_netware_sources
++
++#avoid recursive make calls in sql directory
++linked_server_sources:
++	cd sql; rm -f mini_client_errors.c;@LN_CP_F@ ../libmysql/errmsg.c mini_client_errors.c
++	echo timestamp > linked_server_sources
++
++# Create permission databases
++init-db:		all
++	$(top_builddir)/scripts/mysql_install_db
++
++bin-dist:		all
++	$(top_builddir)/scripts/make_binary_distribution @MAKE_BINARY_DISTRIBUTION_OPTIONS@
++
++# Remove BK's "SCCS" subdirectories from source distribution
++dist-hook:
++	rm -rf `find $(distdir) -type d -name SCCS`
++
++tags:
++	support-files/build-tags
++.PHONY:		init-db bin-dist
++
++# Test installation
++
++test:
++	cd mysql-test ; ./mysql-test-run
++# Tell versions [3.59,3.63) of GNU make to not export all variables.
++# Otherwise a system limit (for SysV at least) may be exceeded.
++.NOEXPORT:

=== added file 'storage/xtradb/build/debian/patches/33_scripts__mysql_create_system_tables__no_test.dpatch'
--- a/storage/xtradb/build/debian/patches/33_scripts__mysql_create_system_tables__no_test.dpatch	1970-01-01 00:00:00 +0000
+++ b/storage/xtradb/build/debian/patches/33_scripts__mysql_create_system_tables__no_test.dpatch	2010-01-26 18:02:46 +0000
@@ -0,0 +1,29 @@
+#! /bin/sh /usr/share/dpatch/dpatch-run
+## 33_scripts__mysql_create_system_tables__no_test.dpatch by  <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>
+##
+## All lines beginning with `## DP:' are a description of the patch.
+## DP: scripts__mysql_create_system_tables__no_test
+## DP: A user with no password prevents a normal user from login under certain
+## DP: circumstances as it is checked first. See #301741.
+## DP: http://bugs.mysql.com/bug.php?id=6901
+
+@DPATCH@
+--- old/scripts/mysql_system_tables_data.sql	2008-12-04 22:59:44.000000000 +0100
++++ new/scripts/mysql_system_tables_data.sql	2008-12-04 23:00:07.000000000 +0100
+@@ -11,8 +11,6 @@
+ -- Fill "db" table with default grants for anyone to
+ -- access database 'test' and 'test_%' if "db" table didn't exist
+ CREATE TEMPORARY TABLE tmp_db LIKE db;
+-INSERT INTO tmp_db VALUES ('%','test','','Y','Y','Y','Y','Y','Y','N','Y','Y','Y','Y','Y','Y','Y','Y','N','N','Y','Y');
+-INSERT INTO tmp_db VALUES ('%','test\_%','','Y','Y','Y','Y','Y','Y','N','Y','Y','Y','Y','Y','Y','Y','Y','N','N','Y','Y');
+ INSERT INTO db SELECT * FROM tmp_db WHERE @had_db_table=0;
+ DROP TABLE tmp_db;
+ 
+@@ -24,7 +22,5 @@
+ INSERT INTO tmp_user VALUES ('localhost','root','','Y','Y','Y','Y','Y','Y','Y','Y','Y','Y','Y','Y','Y','Y','Y','Y','Y','Y','Y','Y','Y','Y','Y','Y','Y','Y','Y','Y','','','','',0,0,0,0);
+ REPLACE INTO tmp_user SELECT @current_hostname,'root','','Y','Y','Y','Y','Y','Y','Y','Y','Y','Y','Y','Y','Y','Y','Y','Y','Y','Y','Y','Y','Y','Y','Y','Y','Y','Y','Y','Y','','','','',0,0,0,0 FROM dual WHERE LOWER( @current_hostname) != 'localhost';
+ REPLACE INTO tmp_user VALUES ('127.0.0.1','root','','Y','Y','Y','Y','Y','Y','Y','Y','Y','Y','Y','Y','Y','Y','Y','Y','Y','Y','Y','Y','Y','Y','Y','Y','Y','Y','Y','Y','','','','',0,0,0,0);
+-INSERT INTO tmp_user (host,user) VALUES ('localhost','');
+-INSERT INTO tmp_user (host,user) SELECT @current_hostname,'' FROM dual WHERE LOWER(@current_hostname ) != 'localhost';
+ INSERT INTO user SELECT * FROM tmp_user WHERE @had_user_table=0;
+ DROP TABLE tmp_user;

=== added file 'storage/xtradb/build/debian/patches/38_scripts__mysqld_safe.sh__signals.dpatch'
--- a/storage/xtradb/build/debian/patches/38_scripts__mysqld_safe.sh__signals.dpatch	1970-01-01 00:00:00 +0000
+++ b/storage/xtradb/build/debian/patches/38_scripts__mysqld_safe.sh__signals.dpatch	2010-01-26 18:02:46 +0000
@@ -0,0 +1,43 @@
+#! /bin/sh /usr/share/dpatch/dpatch-run
+## 38_scripts__mysqld_safe.sh__signals.dpatch by  <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>
+##
+## All lines beginning with `## DP:' are a description of the patch.
+## DP: Executes /etc/init.d/mysql on signals
+## DP: Reported as http://bugs.mysql.com/bug.php?id=31361
+
+@DPATCH@
+
+--- old/scripts/mysqld_safe.sh	2006-07-29 13:12:34.000000000 +0200
++++ old/scripts/mysqld_safe.sh	2006-07-29 13:14:08.000000000 +0200
+@@ -16,8 +16,6 @@
+ # This command can be used as pipe to syslog. With "-s" it also logs to stderr.
+ ERR_LOGGER="logger -p daemon.err -t mysqld_safe -i"
+ 
+-trap '' 1 2 3 15			# we shouldn't let anyone kill us
+-
+ umask 007
+ 
+ defaults=
+@@ -122,7 +122,7 @@
+       # sed buffers output (only GNU sed supports a -u (unbuffered) option)
+       # which means that messages may not get sent to syslog until the
+       # mysqld process quits.
+-      cmd="$cmd 2>&1 | logger -t '$syslog_tag_mysqld' -p daemon.error"
++      cmd="$cmd 2>&1 | logger -t '$syslog_tag_mysqld' -p daemon.error & wait"
+       ;;
+     *)
+       echo "Internal program error (non-fatal):" \
+@@ -352,6 +350,13 @@
+ fi
+ 
+ #
++# From now on, we catch signals to do a proper shutdown of mysqld
++# when signalled to do so.
++#
++trap '/usr/bin/mysqladmin --defaults-extra-file=/etc/mysql/debian.cnf refresh' 1 # HUP
++trap '/usr/bin/mysqladmin --defaults-extra-file=/etc/mysql/debian.cnf shutdown' 2 3 15 # INT QUIT and TERM
++
++#
+ # Uncomment the following lines if you want all tables to be automatically
+ # checked and repaired during startup. You should add sensible key_buffer
+ # and sort_buffer values to my.cnf to improve check performance or require

=== added file 'storage/xtradb/build/debian/patches/41_scripts__mysql_install_db.sh__no_test.dpatch'
--- a/storage/xtradb/build/debian/patches/41_scripts__mysql_install_db.sh__no_test.dpatch	1970-01-01 00:00:00 +0000
+++ b/storage/xtradb/build/debian/patches/41_scripts__mysql_install_db.sh__no_test.dpatch	2010-01-26 18:02:46 +0000
@@ -0,0 +1,20 @@
+#! /bin/sh /usr/share/dpatch/dpatch-run
+## 41_scripts__mysql_install_db.sh__no_test.dpatch by  <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>
+##
+## All lines beginning with `## DP:' are a description of the patch.
+## DP: scripts__mysql_install_db.sh__no_test
+## DP: http://bugs.mysql.com/bug.php?id=6901
+
+@DPATCH@
+
+--- mysql-dfsg-5.1-5.1.23rc.orig/scripts/mysql_install_db.sh	2008-01-29 22:41:20.000000000 +0100
++++ mysql-dfsg-5.1-5.1.23rc/scripts/mysql_install_db.sh	2008-02-28 10:08:11.000000000 +0100
+@@ -306,7 +306,7 @@
+ fi
+ 
+ # Create database directories
+-for dir in $ldata $ldata/mysql $ldata/test
++for dir in $ldata $ldata/mysql
+ do
+   if test ! -d $dir
+   then

=== added file 'storage/xtradb/build/debian/patches/44_scripts__mysql_config__libs.dpatch'
--- a/storage/xtradb/build/debian/patches/44_scripts__mysql_config__libs.dpatch	1970-01-01 00:00:00 +0000
+++ b/storage/xtradb/build/debian/patches/44_scripts__mysql_config__libs.dpatch	2010-01-26 18:02:46 +0000
@@ -0,0 +1,24 @@
+#! /bin/sh /usr/share/dpatch/dpatch-run
+## 99-unnamed.dpatch by  <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>
+##
+## All lines beginning with `## DP:' are a description of the patch.
+## DP: Removes unnecessary library dependencies. See #390692
+
+@DPATCH@
+diff -Nur mysql-dfsg-5.1-5.1.31.orig/scripts/mysql_config.sh mysql-dfsg-5.1-5.1.31/scripts/mysql_config.sh
+--- mysql-dfsg-5.1-5.1.31.orig/scripts/mysql_config.sh  2009-01-19 17:30:55.000000000 +0100
++++ mysql-dfsg-5.1-5.1.31/scripts/mysql_config.sh       2009-02-08 17:17:48.000000000 +0100
+@@ -104,10 +104,10 @@
+ 
+ # Create options 
+ # We intentionally add a space to the beginning and end of lib strings, simplifies replace later
+-libs=" $ldflags -L$pkglibdir -lmysqlclient @ZLIB_DEPS@ @NON_THREADED_LIBS@"
++libs=" $ldflags -L$pkglibdir -lmysqlclient"
+ libs="$libs @openssl_libs@ @STATIC_NSS_FLAGS@ "
+-libs_r=" $ldflags -L$pkglibdir -lmysqlclient_r @ZLIB_DEPS@ @LIBS@ @openssl_libs@ "
+-embedded_libs=" $ldflags -L$pkglibdir -lmysqld @LIBDL@ @ZLIB_DEPS@ @LIBS@ @WRAPLIBS@ @innodb_system_libs@ @openssl_libs@ "
++libs_r=" $ldflags -L$pkglibdir -lmysqlclient_r @openssl_libs@ "
++embedded_libs=" $ldflags -L$pkglibdir -lmysqld @LIBDL@ @WRAPLIBS@ @innodb_system_libs@ @openssl_libs@ "
+ 
+ if [ -r "$pkglibdir/libmygcc.a" ]; then
+   # When linking against the static library with a different version of GCC

=== added file 'storage/xtradb/build/debian/patches/50_mysql-test__db_test.dpatch'
--- a/storage/xtradb/build/debian/patches/50_mysql-test__db_test.dpatch	1970-01-01 00:00:00 +0000
+++ b/storage/xtradb/build/debian/patches/50_mysql-test__db_test.dpatch	2010-01-26 18:02:46 +0000
@@ -0,0 +1,23 @@
+#! /bin/sh /usr/share/dpatch/dpatch-run
+## 50_mysql-test__db_test.dpatch by Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>
+##
+## All lines beginning with `## DP:' are a description of the patch.
+## DP: Patch 33_scripts__mysql_create_system_tables__no_test removes the
+## DP: rights for anybody to connect to the test database but the test
+## DP: suite depends on them.
+
+@DPATCH@
+
+--- old/mysql-test/mysql-test-run.pl	2009-06-16 14:24:09.000000000 +0200
++++ new/mysql-test/mysql-test-run.pl	2009-07-04 00:03:34.000000000 +0200
+@@ -2717,6 +2717,10 @@
+     mtr_appendfile_to_file("$sql_dir/mysql_system_tables_data.sql",
+                           $bootstrap_sql_file);
+ 
++    mtr_tofile($bootstrap_sql_file, "-- Debian removed the default privileges on the 'test' database\n");
++    mtr_tofile($bootstrap_sql_file, "INSERT INTO mysql.db VALUES ('%','test','','Y','Y','Y','Y','Y','Y','N','Y','Y','Y','Y','Y','Y','Y','Y','N','N','Y','Y');\n");
++    
++
+     # Add test data for timezone - this is just a subset, on a real
+     # system these tables will be populated either by mysql_tzinfo_to_sql
+     # or by downloading the timezone table package from our website

=== added file 'storage/xtradb/build/debian/patches/60_percona_support.dpatch'
--- a/storage/xtradb/build/debian/patches/60_percona_support.dpatch	1970-01-01 00:00:00 +0000
+++ b/storage/xtradb/build/debian/patches/60_percona_support.dpatch	2010-01-26 18:02:46 +0000
@@ -0,0 +1,15 @@
+#! /bin/sh /usr/share/dpatch/dpatch-run
+
+@DPATCH@
+
+--- a/scripts/mysql_install_db.sh	2009-08-08 09:20:07.000000000 +0000
++++ b/scripts/mysql_install_db.sh	2009-08-08 09:29:23.000000000 +0000
+@@ -471,7 +471,7 @@
+   echo "Please report any problems with the $scriptdir/mysqlbug script!"
+   echo
+   echo "The latest information about MySQL is available at http://www.mysql.com/";
+-  echo "Support MySQL by buying support/licenses from http://shop.mysql.com/";
++  echo "For commercial support please contact Percona at http://www.percona.com/contacts.html";
+   echo
+ fi
+ 

=== added file 'storage/xtradb/build/debian/percona-xtradb-client-5.1.README.Debian'
--- a/storage/xtradb/build/debian/percona-xtradb-client-5.1.README.Debian	1970-01-01 00:00:00 +0000
+++ b/storage/xtradb/build/debian/percona-xtradb-client-5.1.README.Debian	2010-02-18 23:53:03 +0000
@@ -0,0 +1,4 @@
+FAQ:
+
+Q: My <tab> completition is gone, why?
+A: You have "no-auto-rehash" in the "[mysql]" section of /etc/mysql/my.cnf!

=== added file 'storage/xtradb/build/debian/percona-xtradb-client-5.1.dirs'
--- a/storage/xtradb/build/debian/percona-xtradb-client-5.1.dirs	1970-01-01 00:00:00 +0000
+++ b/storage/xtradb/build/debian/percona-xtradb-client-5.1.dirs	2010-02-18 23:53:03 +0000
@@ -0,0 +1,3 @@
+usr/bin/
+usr/share/man/man1/
+usr/share/perl5/

=== added file 'storage/xtradb/build/debian/percona-xtradb-client-5.1.docs'
--- a/storage/xtradb/build/debian/percona-xtradb-client-5.1.docs	1970-01-01 00:00:00 +0000
+++ b/storage/xtradb/build/debian/percona-xtradb-client-5.1.docs	2010-02-18 23:53:03 +0000
@@ -0,0 +1,3 @@
+debian/additions/innotop/changelog.innotop
+EXCEPTIONS-CLIENT
+README

=== added file 'storage/xtradb/build/debian/percona-xtradb-client-5.1.files'
--- a/storage/xtradb/build/debian/percona-xtradb-client-5.1.files	1970-01-01 00:00:00 +0000
+++ b/storage/xtradb/build/debian/percona-xtradb-client-5.1.files	2010-02-18 23:53:03 +0000
@@ -0,0 +1,39 @@
+usr/bin/innotop
+usr/bin/myisam_ftdump
+usr/bin/mysql
+usr/bin/mysqlaccess
+usr/bin/mysqladmin
+usr/bin/mysqlbug
+usr/bin/mysqlcheck
+usr/bin/mysql_client_test
+usr/bin/mysqldump
+usr/bin/mysqldumpslow
+usr/bin/mysql_find_rows
+usr/bin/mysql_fix_extensions
+usr/bin/mysqlimport
+usr/bin/mysqlreport
+usr/bin/mysqlshow
+usr/bin/mysql_waitpid
+usr/sbin/mysqlmanager
+usr/share/lintian/overrides/percona-xtradb-client-5.1
+usr/share/man/man1/innotop.1
+usr/share/man/man1/myisam_ftdump.1
+usr/share/man/man1/mysql.1
+usr/share/man/man1/mysqlaccess.1
+usr/share/man/man1/mysqladmin.1
+usr/share/man/man1/mysqlbug.1
+usr/share/man/man1/mysqlcheck.1
+usr/share/man/man1/mysqldump.1
+usr/share/man/man1/mysqldumpslow.1
+usr/share/man/man1/mysql_find_rows.1
+usr/share/man/man1/mysql_fix_extensions.1
+usr/share/man/man1/mysqlimport.1
+usr/share/man/man1/mysqlmanager.1
+usr/share/man/man1/mysqlmanagerc.1
+usr/share/man/man1/mysqlmanager-pwgen.1
+usr/share/man/man1/mysqlreport.1
+usr/share/man/man1/mysqlshow.1
+usr/share/man/man1/mysql_tableinfo.1
+usr/share/man/man1/mysql_waitpid.1
+usr/share/man/man1/mysql_client_test.1
+usr/share/perl5/InnoDBParser.pm

=== added file 'storage/xtradb/build/debian/percona-xtradb-client-5.1.links'
--- a/storage/xtradb/build/debian/percona-xtradb-client-5.1.links	1970-01-01 00:00:00 +0000
+++ b/storage/xtradb/build/debian/percona-xtradb-client-5.1.links	2010-02-18 23:53:03 +0000
@@ -0,0 +1,3 @@
+usr/bin/mysqlcheck usr/bin/mysqlrepair
+usr/bin/mysqlcheck usr/bin/mysqlanalyze
+usr/bin/mysqlcheck usr/bin/mysqloptimize

=== added file 'storage/xtradb/build/debian/percona-xtradb-client-5.1.lintian-overrides'
--- a/storage/xtradb/build/debian/percona-xtradb-client-5.1.lintian-overrides	1970-01-01 00:00:00 +0000
+++ b/storage/xtradb/build/debian/percona-xtradb-client-5.1.lintian-overrides	2010-02-18 23:53:03 +0000
@@ -0,0 +1,3 @@
+percona-xtradb-client-5.1: package-has-a-duplicate-relation
+percona-xtradb-client-5.1: wrong-name-for-upstream-changelog usr/share/doc/percona-xtradb-client-5.1/changelog.innotop.gz
+percona-xtradb-client-5.1: pkg-not-in-package-test innotop

=== added file 'storage/xtradb/build/debian/percona-xtradb-client-5.1.menu'
--- a/storage/xtradb/build/debian/percona-xtradb-client-5.1.menu	1970-01-01 00:00:00 +0000
+++ b/storage/xtradb/build/debian/percona-xtradb-client-5.1.menu	2010-02-18 23:53:03 +0000
@@ -0,0 +1,3 @@
+# According to /usr/share/menu/ policy 1.4, not /usr/share/doc/debian-policy/
+?package(innotop):needs="text" section="Applications/Data Management"\
+  title="innotop" command="/usr/bin/innotop"

=== added file 'storage/xtradb/build/debian/percona-xtradb-common.dirs'
--- a/storage/xtradb/build/debian/percona-xtradb-common.dirs	1970-01-01 00:00:00 +0000
+++ b/storage/xtradb/build/debian/percona-xtradb-common.dirs	2010-02-18 23:53:03 +0000
@@ -0,0 +1 @@
+etc/mysql/conf.d/

=== added file 'storage/xtradb/build/debian/percona-xtradb-common.files'
--- a/storage/xtradb/build/debian/percona-xtradb-common.files	1970-01-01 00:00:00 +0000
+++ b/storage/xtradb/build/debian/percona-xtradb-common.files	2010-02-18 23:53:03 +0000
@@ -0,0 +1,2 @@
+etc/mysql/my.cnf
+usr/share/percona-xtradb-common/internal-use-only

=== added file 'storage/xtradb/build/debian/percona-xtradb-common.lintian-overrides'
--- a/storage/xtradb/build/debian/percona-xtradb-common.lintian-overrides	1970-01-01 00:00:00 +0000
+++ b/storage/xtradb/build/debian/percona-xtradb-common.lintian-overrides	2010-02-18 23:53:03 +0000
@@ -0,0 +1,2 @@
+script-not-executable ./usr/share/percona-xtradb-common/internal-use-only/_etc_init.d_mysql
+script-not-executable ./usr/share/percona-xtradb-common/internal-use-only/_etc_mysql_debian-start

=== added file 'storage/xtradb/build/debian/percona-xtradb-common.postrm'
--- a/storage/xtradb/build/debian/percona-xtradb-common.postrm	1970-01-01 00:00:00 +0000
+++ b/storage/xtradb/build/debian/percona-xtradb-common.postrm	2010-02-18 23:53:03 +0000
@@ -0,0 +1,7 @@
+#!/bin/bash
+
+if [ "$1" = "purge" ]; then
+  rmdir /etc/mysql 2>/dev/null || true
+fi
+
+#DEBHELPER#

=== added file 'storage/xtradb/build/debian/percona-xtradb-server-5.1.NEWS'
--- a/storage/xtradb/build/debian/percona-xtradb-server-5.1.NEWS	1970-01-01 00:00:00 +0000
+++ b/storage/xtradb/build/debian/percona-xtradb-server-5.1.NEWS	2010-02-18 23:53:03 +0000
@@ -0,0 +1,34 @@
+mysql-dfsg-5.1 (5.1.38-1) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * Please read http://dev.mysql.com/doc/refman/5.1/en/upgrading-from-5-0.html
+  * Make sure to do a REPAIR TABLE on all tables that use UTF-8 and have a
+    FULLTEXT index.
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Sat,  4 Jul 2009 02:31:21 +0200
+
+mysql-dfsg-5.0 (5.1.14beta-2) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * The BerkeleyDB Storage Engine is no longer supported. If the options
+    have-bdb or skip-bdb are found, MySQL will not start. If you have BDB
+    tables, you should change them to use another storage engine before 
+    upgrading to 5.1.   
+
+ -- Monty Taylor <mordred@xxxxxxxxxxxx>  Thu, 18 Jan 2007 12:28:21 -0800
+
+mysql-dfsg-5.0 (5.0.45-2) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * Binary logging is now disabled by default. If you really need it (e.g. on
+    a replication master), remove the comment from the log_bin line in my.cnf.
+
+ -- Norbert Tretkowski <nobse@xxxxxxxxxx>  Sat, 10 Nov 2007 16:26:35 +0100
+
+mysql-dfsg-5.0 (5.0.18-9) unstable; urgency=low
+
+  * Rotation of the binary logs is now configured in /etc/mysql/my.cnf with
+    "expire-logs-days" which defaults to 20 days. The old file
+    /etc/mysql/debian-log-rotate.conf should be removed together with
+    /etc/cron.daily/mysql-server after this value has been adjusted. Note that
+    the old variable defined the number of files whereas the new one defines 
+    a time span in days.
+
+ -- Christian Hammers <ch@xxxxxxxxxx>  Tue, 24 Jan 2006 22:18:21 +0100

=== added file 'storage/xtradb/build/debian/percona-xtradb-server-5.1.README.Debian'
--- a/storage/xtradb/build/debian/percona-xtradb-server-5.1.README.Debian	1970-01-01 00:00:00 +0000
+++ b/storage/xtradb/build/debian/percona-xtradb-server-5.1.README.Debian	2010-02-18 23:53:03 +0000
@@ -0,0 +1,109 @@
+* MYSQL WON'T START OR STOP?:
+=============================
+You may never ever delete the special mysql user "debian-sys-maint". This
+user together with the credentials in /etc/mysql/debian.cnf are used by the
+init scripts to stop the server as they would require knowledge of the mysql
+root users password else.
+So in most of the times you can fix the situation by making sure that the
+debian.cnf file contains the right password, e.g. by setting a new one
+(remember to do a "flush privileges" then).
+
+* WHAT TO DO AFTER UPGRADES:
+============================
+The privilege tables are automatically updated so all there is left is read
+the changelogs on dev.mysql.com to see if any changes affect custom apps.
+
+* WHAT TO DO AFTER INSTALLATION:
+================================
+The MySQL manual describes certain steps to do at this stage in a separate
+chapter.  They are not necessary as the Debian packages does them
+automatically.
+
+The only thing that is left over for the admin is 
+ - setting the passwords
+ - creating new users and databases
+ - read the rest of this text
+
+* DOWNGRADING TO 4.0 or 4.1:
+============================
+Unsupported. Period.
+But if you do and get problems or make interesting experiences, mail me, it
+might help others.
+Ok, if you really want, I would recommend to "mysqldump --opt" all tables,
+then purge 4.1, delete /var/lib/mysql, install 4.0 and insert the dumps.  Be
+carefully, though, with the "mysql" table, you might not simply overwrite that
+one as the password for the mysql "debian-sys-maint" user is stored in
+/etc/mysql/debian.cnf and needed by /etc/init.d/ to start mysql and check if
+it's alive. 
+
+* SOME APPLICATION CAN NO LONGER CONNECT:
+=========================================
+This application is probably linked against libmysqlclient12 or below and
+somebody has created a mysql user with new-style passwords.
+The old_passwords=1 option in /etc/mysql/my.cnf might help. If not the
+application that inserted the user has to be changed or the application that
+tries to connect updated to libmysqlclient14 or -15.
+
+* NETWORKING:
+=============
+For security reasons, the Debian package has enabled networking only on the
+loop-back device using "bind-address" in /etc/mysql/my.cnf.  Check with
+"netstat -tlnp" where it is listening. If your connection is aborted
+immediately see if "mysqld: all" or similar is in /etc/hosts.allow and read
+hosts_access(5).
+
+* WHERE IS THE DOCUMENTATION?:
+==============================
+Unfortunately due to licensing restrictions, debian currently not able
+to provide the mysql-doc package in any format.  For the most up to date
+documentation, please go to http://dev.mysql.com/doc.
+
+* PASSWORDS:
+============
+It is strongly recommended to set a password for the mysql root user (which
+  /usr/bin/mysql -u root -D mysql -e "update user set password=password('new-password') where user='root'"
+  /usr/bin/mysql -u root -e "flush privileges"
+If you already had a password set add "-p" before "-u" to the lines above.
+
+
+If you are tired to type the password in every time or want to automate your
+scripts you can store it in the file $HOME/.my.cnf. It should be chmod 0600
+(-rw------- username username .my.cnf) to ensure that nobody else can read
+it.  Every other configuration parameter can be stored there, too. You will
+find an example below and more information in the MySQL manual in
+/usr/share/doc/mysql-doc or www.mysql.com.
+
+ATTENTION: It is necessary, that a .my.cnf from root always contains a "user"
+line wherever there is a "password" line, else, the Debian maintenance
+scripts, that use /etc/mysql/debian.cnf, will use the username
+"debian-sys-maint" but the password that is in root's .my.cnf. Also note,
+that every change you make in the /root/.my.cnf will affect the mysql cron
+script, too.
+
+        # an example of $HOME/.my.cnf
+	[client]
+	user		= your-mysql-username
+	password	= enter-your-good-new-password-here
+
+* BIG_ROWS FOR EVEN MORE ROWS IN A TABLE:
+=========================================
+If you ever run out of rows in a table there is the possibility of building
+the package with "-DBIG_ROWS" which, according to a MySQL employee on
+packagers@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx should lead to a 64bit row index (I guess > 2^32
+rows) but also to an approx. 5% performance loss.
+
+* BerkeleyDB Storage Engine
+===========================
+Support for BerkeleyDB has been removed in 5.1, and consequently both the
+have-bdb and skip-bdb configuration options will cause the server to fail. 
+Removing the options from /etc/mysql/my.cnf will fix this problem.
+
+* FURTHER NOTES ON REPLICATION
+===============================
+If the MySQL server is acting as a replication slave, you should not
+set --tmpdir to point to a directory on a memory-based filesystem or to
+a directory that is cleared when the server host restarts. A replication
+slave needs some of its temporary files to survive a machine restart so
+that it can replicate temporary tables or LOAD DATA INFILE operations. If
+files in the temporary file directory are lost when the server restarts,
+replication fails.

=== added file 'storage/xtradb/build/debian/percona-xtradb-server-5.1.config'
--- a/storage/xtradb/build/debian/percona-xtradb-server-5.1.config	1970-01-01 00:00:00 +0000
+++ b/storage/xtradb/build/debian/percona-xtradb-server-5.1.config	2010-02-18 23:53:03 +0000
@@ -0,0 +1,46 @@
+#!/bin/bash -e
+
+. /usr/share/debconf/confmodule
+
+if [ -n "$DEBIAN_SCRIPT_DEBUG" ]; then set -v -x; DEBIAN_SCRIPT_TRACE=1; fi
+${DEBIAN_SCRIPT_TRACE:+ echo "#42#DEBUG# RUNNING $0 $*" 1>&2 }
+
+CNF=/etc/mysql/my.cnf
+
+# Beware that there are two ypwhich one of them needs the 2>/dev/null!
+if test -n "`which ypwhich 2>/dev/null`"  &&  ypwhich >/dev/null 2>&1; then
+  db_input high percona-xtradb-server-5.1/nis_warning || true
+  db_go
+fi
+
+# only ask this question on fresh installs, during "reconfiguration" and when 
+# not upgrading from an existing 5.0 installation.
+# there is also an additional check for empty root passwords in the
+# postinst script when the tools are available for us to use.
+if [ "$1" = "configure" ] && ([ -z "$2" ] && [ ! -e "/var/lib/mysql/debian-5.0.flag" ] ) || [ "$1" = "reconfigure" ]; then
+  while :; do
+    RET=""
+    db_input high percona-xtradb-server/root_password || true
+    db_go
+    db_get percona-xtradb-server/root_password
+    # if password isn't empty we ask for password verification
+    if [ -z "$RET" ]; then
+      db_fset percona-xtradb-server/root_password seen false
+      db_fset percona-xtradb-server/root_password_again seen false
+      break
+    fi
+    ROOT_PW="$RET"
+    db_input high percona-xtradb-server/root_password_again || true
+    db_go
+    db_get percona-xtradb-server/root_password_again
+    if [ "$RET" == "$ROOT_PW" ]; then
+      ROOT_PW=''
+      break
+    fi
+    db_fset percona-xtradb-server/password_mismatch seen false
+    db_input critical percona-xtradb-server/password_mismatch
+    db_set percona-xtradb-server/root_password "" 
+    db_set percona-xtradb-server/root_password_again ""
+    db_go
+  done
+fi

=== added file 'storage/xtradb/build/debian/percona-xtradb-server-5.1.dirs'
--- a/storage/xtradb/build/debian/percona-xtradb-server-5.1.dirs	1970-01-01 00:00:00 +0000
+++ b/storage/xtradb/build/debian/percona-xtradb-server-5.1.dirs	2010-02-18 23:53:03 +0000
@@ -0,0 +1,9 @@
+etc/init.d
+etc/logrotate.d
+etc/mysql/conf.d
+usr/bin
+usr/sbin
+usr/share/man/man8
+usr/share/mysql
+var/run/mysqld
+var/lib/mysql-upgrade

=== added file 'storage/xtradb/build/debian/percona-xtradb-server-5.1.docs'
--- a/storage/xtradb/build/debian/percona-xtradb-server-5.1.docs	1970-01-01 00:00:00 +0000
+++ b/storage/xtradb/build/debian/percona-xtradb-server-5.1.docs	2010-02-18 23:53:03 +0000
@@ -0,0 +1 @@
+EXCEPTIONS-CLIENT

=== added file 'storage/xtradb/build/debian/percona-xtradb-server-5.1.files'
--- a/storage/xtradb/build/debian/percona-xtradb-server-5.1.files	1970-01-01 00:00:00 +0000
+++ b/storage/xtradb/build/debian/percona-xtradb-server-5.1.files	2010-02-18 23:53:03 +0000
@@ -0,0 +1,53 @@
+usr/lib/mysql/*so*
+etc/mysql/debian-start
+etc/mysql/conf.d/mysqld_safe_syslog.cnf
+usr/bin/msql2mysql
+usr/bin/my_print_defaults
+usr/bin/myisamchk
+usr/bin/myisamlog
+usr/bin/myisampack
+usr/bin/mysql_convert_table_format
+usr/bin/mysql_fix_privilege_tables
+usr/bin/mysql_install_db
+usr/bin/mysql_secure_installation
+usr/bin/mysql_setpermission
+usr/bin/mysql_tzinfo_to_sql
+usr/bin/mysql_upgrade
+usr/bin/mysql_zap
+usr/bin/mysqlbinlog
+usr/bin/mysqld_multi
+usr/bin/mysqld_safe
+usr/bin/mysqlhotcopy
+usr/bin/mysqltest
+usr/bin/perror
+usr/bin/replace
+usr/bin/resolve_stack_dump
+usr/bin/resolveip
+usr/sbin/mysqld
+usr/share/doc/percona-xtradb-server-5.1/
+usr/share/lintian/overrides/percona-xtradb-server-5.1
+usr/share/man/man1/msql2mysql.1
+usr/share/man/man1/myisamchk.1
+usr/share/man/man1/myisamlog.1
+usr/share/man/man1/myisampack.1
+usr/share/man/man1/my_print_defaults.1
+usr/share/man/man1/mysqlbinlog.1
+usr/share/man/man1/mysql_convert_table_format.1
+usr/share/man/man1/mysqld_multi.1
+usr/share/man/man1/mysqld_safe.1
+usr/share/man/man1/mysql_fix_privilege_tables.1
+usr/share/man/man1/mysqlhotcopy.1
+usr/share/man/man1/mysql_install_db.1
+usr/share/man/man1/mysql_secure_installation.1
+usr/share/man/man1/mysql_setpermission.1
+usr/share/man/man1/mysql_upgrade.1
+usr/share/man/man1/mysqltest.1
+usr/share/man/man1/mysql_zap.1
+usr/share/man/man1/perror.1
+usr/share/man/man1/replace.1
+usr/share/man/man1/resolveip.1
+usr/share/man/man1/resolve_stack_dump.1
+usr/share/man/man1/innochecksum.1
+usr/share/man/man1/mysql_tzinfo_to_sql.1
+usr/share/man/man8/mysqld.8
+usr/share/mysql/

=== added file 'storage/xtradb/build/debian/percona-xtradb-server-5.1.links'
--- a/storage/xtradb/build/debian/percona-xtradb-server-5.1.links	1970-01-01 00:00:00 +0000
+++ b/storage/xtradb/build/debian/percona-xtradb-server-5.1.links	2010-02-18 23:53:03 +0000
@@ -0,0 +1,2 @@
+usr/share/mysql/mysql-test/mysql-test-run.pl usr/share/mysql/mysql-test/mysql-test-run
+usr/share/mysql/mysql-test/mysql-test-run.pl usr/share/mysql/mysql-test/mtr

=== added file 'storage/xtradb/build/debian/percona-xtradb-server-5.1.lintian-overrides'
--- a/storage/xtradb/build/debian/percona-xtradb-server-5.1.lintian-overrides	1970-01-01 00:00:00 +0000
+++ b/storage/xtradb/build/debian/percona-xtradb-server-5.1.lintian-overrides	2010-02-18 23:53:03 +0000
@@ -0,0 +1,4 @@
+percona-xtradb-server-5.1: possible-bashism-in-maintainer-script postinst:81 'p{("a".."z","A".."Z",0..9)[int(rand(62))]}'
+percona-xtradb-server-5.1: possible-bashism-in-maintainer-script preinst:33 '${cmd/ */}'
+percona-xtradb-server-5.1: statically-linked-binary ./usr/bin/mysql_tzinfo_to_sql
+percona-xtradb-server-5.1: statically-linked-binary ./usr/sbin/mysqld

=== added file 'storage/xtradb/build/debian/percona-xtradb-server-5.1.logcheck.ignore.paranoid'
--- a/storage/xtradb/build/debian/percona-xtradb-server-5.1.logcheck.ignore.paranoid	1970-01-01 00:00:00 +0000
+++ b/storage/xtradb/build/debian/percona-xtradb-server-5.1.logcheck.ignore.paranoid	2010-02-18 23:53:03 +0000
@@ -0,0 +1,9 @@
+/etc/init.d/mysql\[[0-9]+\]: Check that mysqld is running and that the socket: '/var/run/mysqld/mysqld.sock' exists\!$
+/etc/init.d/mysql\[[0-9]+\]: '/usr/bin/mysqladmin --defaults-(extra-)?file=/etc/mysql/debian.cnf ping' resulted in$
+/etc/mysql/debian-start\[[0-9]+\]: Checking for crashed MySQL tables\.$
+mysqld\[[0-9]+\]: $
+mysqld\[[0-9]+\]: Version: .* socket: '/var/run/mysqld/mysqld.sock'  port: 3306$
+mysqld\[[0-9]+\]: Warning: Ignoring user change to 'mysql' because the user was set to 'mysql' earlier on the command line$
+mysqld_safe\[[0-9]+\]: started$
+usermod\[[0-9]+\]: change user `mysql' GID from `([0-9]+)' to `\1'$
+usermod\[[0-9]+\]: change user `mysql' shell from `/bin/false' to `/bin/false'$

=== added file 'storage/xtradb/build/debian/percona-xtradb-server-5.1.logcheck.ignore.server'
--- a/storage/xtradb/build/debian/percona-xtradb-server-5.1.logcheck.ignore.server	1970-01-01 00:00:00 +0000
+++ b/storage/xtradb/build/debian/percona-xtradb-server-5.1.logcheck.ignore.server	2010-02-18 23:53:03 +0000
@@ -0,0 +1,32 @@
+/etc/init.d/mysql\[[0-9]+\]: [0-9]+ processes alive and '/usr/bin/mysqladmin --defaults-(extra-)?file=/etc/mysql/debian.cnf ping' resulted in$
+/etc/init.d/mysql\[[0-9]+\]: Check that mysqld is running and that the socket: '/var/run/mysqld/mysqld.sock' exists\!$
+/etc/init.d/mysql\[[0-9]+\]: '/usr/bin/mysqladmin --defaults-(extra-)?file=/etc/mysql/debian.cnf ping' resulted in$
+/etc/mysql/debian-start\[[0-9]+\]: Checking for crashed MySQL tables\.$
+mysqld\[[0-9]+\]: ?$
+mysqld\[[0-9]+\]: .*InnoDB: Shutdown completed
+mysqld\[[0-9]+\]: .*InnoDB: Started;
+mysqld\[[0-9]+\]: .*InnoDB: Starting shutdown\.\.\.$
+mysqld\[[0-9]+\]: .*\[Note\] /usr/sbin/mysqld: Normal shutdown$
+mysqld\[[0-9]+\]: .*\[Note\] /usr/sbin/mysqld: ready for connections\.$
+mysqld\[[0-9]+\]: .*\[Note\] /usr/sbin/mysqld: Shutdown complete$
+mysqld\[[0-9]+\]: /usr/sbin/mysqld: ready for connections\.$
+mysqld\[[0-9]+\]: .*/usr/sbin/mysqld: Shutdown Complete$
+mysqld\[[0-9]+\]: Version: .* socket
+mysqld\[[0-9]+\]: Warning: Ignoring user change to 'mysql' because the user was set to 'mysql' earlier on the command line$
+mysqld_safe\[[0-9]+\]: ?$
+mysqld_safe\[[0-9]+\]: able to use the new GRANT command!$
+mysqld_safe\[[0-9]+\]: ended$
+mysqld_safe\[[0-9]+\]: http://www.mysql.com$
+mysqld_safe\[[0-9]+\]: NOTE:  If you are upgrading from a MySQL <= 3.22.10 you should run$
+mysqld_safe\[[0-9]+\]: PLEASE REMEMBER TO SET A PASSWORD FOR THE MySQL root USER !$
+mysqld_safe\[[0-9]+\]: Please report any problems with the /usr/bin/mysqlbug script!$
+mysqld_safe\[[0-9]+\]: See the manual for more instructions.$
+mysqld_safe\[[0-9]+\]: started$
+mysqld_safe\[[0-9]+\]: Support MySQL by buying support/licenses at https://order.mysql.com$
+mysqld_safe\[[0-9]+\]: The latest information about MySQL is available on the web at$
+mysqld_safe\[[0-9]+\]: the /usr/bin/mysql_fix_privilege_tables. Otherwise you will not be$
+mysqld_safe\[[0-9]+\]: To do so, start the server, then issue the following commands:$
+mysqld_safe\[[0-9]+\]: /usr/bin/mysqladmin -u root -h app109 password 'new-password'$
+mysqld_safe\[[0-9]+\]: /usr/bin/mysqladmin -u root password 'new-password'$
+usermod\[[0-9]+\]: change user `mysql' GID from `([0-9]+)' to `\1'$
+usermod\[[0-9]+\]: change user `mysql' shell from `/bin/false' to `/bin/false'$

=== added file 'storage/xtradb/build/debian/percona-xtradb-server-5.1.logcheck.ignore.workstation'
--- a/storage/xtradb/build/debian/percona-xtradb-server-5.1.logcheck.ignore.workstation	1970-01-01 00:00:00 +0000
+++ b/storage/xtradb/build/debian/percona-xtradb-server-5.1.logcheck.ignore.workstation	2010-02-18 23:53:03 +0000
@@ -0,0 +1,32 @@
+/etc/init.d/mysql\[[0-9]+\]: [0-9]+ processes alive and '/usr/bin/mysqladmin --defaults-(extra-)?file=/etc/mysql/debian.cnf ping' resulted in$
+/etc/init.d/mysql\[[0-9]+\]: Check that mysqld is running and that the socket: '/var/run/mysqld/mysqld.sock' exists\!$
+/etc/init.d/mysql\[[0-9]+\]: '/usr/bin/mysqladmin --defaults-(extra-)?file=/etc/mysql/debian.cnf ping' resulted in$
+/etc/mysql/debian-start\[[0-9]+\]: Checking for crashed MySQL tables\.$
+mysqld\[[0-9]+\]: ?$
+mysqld\[[0-9]+\]: .*InnoDB: Shutdown completed
+mysqld\[[0-9]+\]: .*InnoDB: Started;
+mysqld\[[0-9]+\]: .*InnoDB: Starting shutdown\.\.\.$
+mysqld\[[0-9]+\]: .*\[Note\] /usr/sbin/mysqld: Normal shutdown$
+mysqld\[[0-9]+\]: .*\[Note\] /usr/sbin/mysqld: ready for connections\.$
+mysqld\[[0-9]+\]: .*\[Note\] /usr/sbin/mysqld: Shutdown complete$
+mysqld\[[0-9]+\]: /usr/sbin/mysqld: ready for connections\.$
+mysqld\[[0-9]+\]: .*/usr/sbin/mysqld: Shutdown Complete$
+mysqld\[[0-9]+\]: Version: .* socket
+mysqld\[[0-9]+\]: Warning: Ignoring user change to 'mysql' because the user was set to 'mysql' earlier on the command line$
+mysqld_safe\[[0-9]+\]: ?$
+mysqld_safe\[[0-9]+\]: able to use the new GRANT command!$
+mysqld_safe\[[0-9]+\]: ended$
+mysqld_safe\[[0-9]+\]: http://www.mysql.com$
+mysqld_safe\[[0-9]+\]: NOTE:  If you are upgrading from a MySQL <= 3.22.10 you should run$
+mysqld_safe\[[0-9]+\]: PLEASE REMEMBER TO SET A PASSWORD FOR THE MySQL root USER !$
+mysqld_safe\[[0-9]+\]: Please report any problems with the /usr/bin/mysqlbug script!$
+mysqld_safe\[[0-9]+\]: See the manual for more instructions.$
+mysqld_safe\[[0-9]+\]: started$
+mysqld_safe\[[0-9]+\]: Support MySQL by buying support/licenses at https://order.mysql.com$
+mysqld_safe\[[0-9]+\]: The latest information about MySQL is available on the web at$
+mysqld_safe\[[0-9]+\]: the /usr/bin/mysql_fix_privilege_tables. Otherwise you will not be$
+mysqld_safe\[[0-9]+\]: To do so, start the server, then issue the following commands:$
+mysqld_safe\[[0-9]+\]: /usr/bin/mysqladmin -u root -h app109 password 'new-password'$
+mysqld_safe\[[0-9]+\]: /usr/bin/mysqladmin -u root password 'new-password'$
+usermod\[[0-9]+\]: change user `mysql' GID from `([0-9]+)' to `\1'$
+usermod\[[0-9]+\]: change user `mysql' shell from `/bin/false' to `/bin/false'$

=== added file 'storage/xtradb/build/debian/percona-xtradb-server-5.1.mysql.init'
--- a/storage/xtradb/build/debian/percona-xtradb-server-5.1.mysql.init	1970-01-01 00:00:00 +0000
+++ b/storage/xtradb/build/debian/percona-xtradb-server-5.1.mysql.init	2010-02-18 23:53:03 +0000
@@ -0,0 +1,182 @@
+#!/bin/bash
+#
+### BEGIN INIT INFO
+# Provides:          mysql
+# Required-Start:    $remote_fs $syslog
+# Required-Stop:     $remote_fs $syslog
+# Should-Start:      $network $named $time
+# Should-Stop:       $network $named $time
+# Default-Start:     2 3 4 5
+# Default-Stop:      0 1 6
+# Short-Description: Start and stop the mysql database server daemon
+# Description:       Controls the main MySQL database server daemon "mysqld"
+#                    and its wrapper script "mysqld_safe".
+### END INIT INFO
+#
+set -e
+set -u
+${DEBIAN_SCRIPT_DEBUG:+ set -v -x}
+
+test -x /usr/sbin/mysqld || exit 0
+
+. /lib/lsb/init-functions
+
+SELF=$(cd $(dirname $0); pwd -P)/$(basename $0)
+CONF=/etc/mysql/my.cnf
+MYADMIN="/usr/bin/mysqladmin --defaults-file=/etc/mysql/debian.cnf"
+
+# priority can be overriden and "-s" adds output to stderr
+ERR_LOGGER="logger -p daemon.err -t /etc/init.d/mysql -i"
+
+# Safeguard (relative paths, core dumps..)
+cd /
+umask 077
+
+# mysqladmin likes to read /root/.my.cnf. This is usually not what I want
+# as many admins e.g. only store a password without a username there and
+# so break my scripts.
+export HOME=/etc/mysql/
+
+## Fetch a particular option from mysql's invocation.
+#
+# Usage: void mysqld_get_param option
+mysqld_get_param() {
+	/usr/sbin/mysqld --print-defaults \
+		| tr " " "\n" \
+		| grep -- "--$1" \
+		| tail -n 1 \
+		| cut -d= -f2
+}
+
+## Do some sanity checks before even trying to start mysqld.
+sanity_checks() {
+  # check for config file
+  if [ ! -r /etc/mysql/my.cnf ]; then
+    log_warning_msg "$0: WARNING: /etc/mysql/my.cnf cannot be read. See README.Debian.gz"
+    echo                "WARNING: /etc/mysql/my.cnf cannot be read. See README.Debian.gz" | $ERR_LOGGER
+  fi
+
+  # check for diskspace shortage
+  datadir=`mysqld_get_param datadir`
+  if LC_ALL=C BLOCKSIZE= df --portability $datadir/. | tail -n 1 | awk '{ exit ($4>4096) }'; then
+    log_failure_msg "$0: ERROR: The partition with $datadir is too full!"
+    echo                "ERROR: The partition with $datadir is too full!" | $ERR_LOGGER
+    exit 1
+  fi
+}
+
+## Checks if there is a server running and if so if it is accessible.
+#
+# check_alive insists on a pingable server
+# check_dead also fails if there is a lost mysqld in the process list
+#
+# Usage: boolean mysqld_status [check_alive|check_dead] [warn|nowarn]
+mysqld_status () {
+    ping_output=`$MYADMIN ping 2>&1`; ping_alive=$(( ! $? ))
+
+    ps_alive=0
+    pidfile=`mysqld_get_param pid-file`
+    if [ -f "$pidfile" ] && ps `cat $pidfile` >/dev/null 2>&1; then ps_alive=1; fi
+    
+    if [ "$1" = "check_alive"  -a  $ping_alive = 1 ] ||
+       [ "$1" = "check_dead"   -a  $ping_alive = 0  -a  $ps_alive = 0 ]; then
+	return 0 # EXIT_SUCCESS
+    else
+  	if [ "$2" = "warn" ]; then
+  	    echo -e "$ps_alive processes alive and '$MYADMIN ping' resulted in\n$ping_output\n" | $ERR_LOGGER -p daemon.debug
+	fi
+  	return 1 # EXIT_FAILURE
+    fi
+}
+
+#
+# main()
+#
+
+case "${1:-''}" in
+  'start')
+	sanity_checks;
+	# Start daemon
+	log_daemon_msg "Starting MySQL database server" "mysqld"
+	if mysqld_status check_alive nowarn; then
+	   log_progress_msg "already running"
+	   log_end_msg 0
+	else
+  	    /usr/bin/mysqld_safe > /dev/null 2>&1 &
+	    # 6s was reported in #352070 to be too few when using ndbcluster
+	    for i in 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14; do
+                sleep 1
+	        if mysqld_status check_alive nowarn ; then break; fi
+		log_progress_msg "."
+	    done
+	    if mysqld_status check_alive warn; then
+                log_end_msg 0
+	        # Now start mysqlcheck or whatever the admin wants.
+	        output=$(/etc/mysql/debian-start)
+		[ -n "$output" ] && log_action_msg "$output"
+	    else
+	        log_end_msg 1
+		log_failure_msg "Please take a look at the syslog"
+	    fi
+	fi
+	;;
+
+  'stop')
+	# * As a passwordless mysqladmin (e.g. via ~/.my.cnf) must be possible
+	# at least for cron, we can rely on it here, too. (although we have 
+	# to specify it explicit as e.g. sudo environments points to the normal
+	# users home and not /root)
+	log_daemon_msg "Stopping MySQL database server" "mysqld"
+	if ! mysqld_status check_dead nowarn; then
+	  set +e
+	  shutdown_out=`$MYADMIN shutdown 2>&1`; r=$?
+	  set -e
+	  if [ "$r" -ne 0 ]; then
+	    log_end_msg 1
+	    [ "$VERBOSE" != "no" ] && log_failure_msg "Error: $shutdown_out"
+	    log_daemon_msg "Killing MySQL database server by signal" "mysqld"
+	    killall -15 mysqld
+            server_down=
+	    for i in 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10; do
+              sleep 1
+              if mysqld_status check_dead nowarn; then server_down=1; break; fi
+            done
+          if test -z "$server_down"; then killall -9 mysqld; fi
+	  fi
+        fi
+
+        if ! mysqld_status check_dead warn; then
+	  log_end_msg 1
+	  log_failure_msg "Please stop MySQL manually and read /usr/share/doc/percona-xtradb-server-5.1/README.Debian.gz!"
+	  exit -1
+	else
+	  log_end_msg 0
+        fi
+	;;
+
+  'restart')
+	set +e; $SELF stop; set -e
+	$SELF start 
+	;;
+
+  'reload'|'force-reload')
+  	log_daemon_msg "Reloading MySQL database server" "mysqld"
+	$MYADMIN reload
+	log_end_msg 0
+	;;
+
+  'status')
+	if mysqld_status check_alive nowarn; then
+	  log_action_msg "$($MYADMIN version)"
+	else
+	  log_action_msg "MySQL is stopped."
+	  exit 3
+	fi
+  	;;
+
+  *)
+	echo "Usage: $SELF start|stop|restart|reload|force-reload|status"
+	exit 1
+	;;
+esac
+

=== added file 'storage/xtradb/build/debian/percona-xtradb-server-5.1.percona-xtradb-server.logrotate'
--- a/storage/xtradb/build/debian/percona-xtradb-server-5.1.percona-xtradb-server.logrotate	1970-01-01 00:00:00 +0000
+++ b/storage/xtradb/build/debian/percona-xtradb-server-5.1.percona-xtradb-server.logrotate	2010-02-18 23:53:03 +0000
@@ -0,0 +1,27 @@
+# - I put everything in one block and added sharedscripts, so that mysql gets 
+#   flush-logs'd only once.
+#   Else the binary logs would automatically increase by n times every day.
+# - The error log is obsolete, messages go to syslog now.
+/var/log/mysql.log /var/log/mysql/mysql.log /var/log/mysql/mysql-slow.log {
+	daily
+	rotate 7
+	missingok
+	create 640 mysql adm
+	compress
+	sharedscripts
+	postrotate
+		test -x /usr/bin/mysqladmin || exit 0
+
+		# If this fails, check debian.conf! 
+		MYADMIN="/usr/bin/mysqladmin --defaults-file=/etc/mysql/debian.cnf"
+		if [ -z "`$MYADMIN ping 2>/dev/null`" ]; then
+		  # Really no mysqld or rather a missing debian-sys-maint user?
+		  # If this occurs and is not a error please report a bug.
+		  if ps cax | grep -q mysqld; then
+ 		    exit 1
+		  fi 
+		else
+		  $MYADMIN flush-logs
+		fi
+	endscript
+}

=== added file 'storage/xtradb/build/debian/percona-xtradb-server-5.1.postinst'
--- a/storage/xtradb/build/debian/percona-xtradb-server-5.1.postinst	1970-01-01 00:00:00 +0000
+++ b/storage/xtradb/build/debian/percona-xtradb-server-5.1.postinst	2010-02-18 23:53:03 +0000
@@ -0,0 +1,277 @@
+#!/bin/bash -e
+
+. /usr/share/debconf/confmodule
+
+if [ -n "$DEBIAN_SCRIPT_DEBUG" ]; then set -v -x; DEBIAN_SCRIPT_TRACE=1; fi
+${DEBIAN_SCRIPT_TRACE:+ echo "#42#DEBUG# RUNNING $0 $*" 1>&2 }
+ 
+export PATH=$PATH:/sbin:/usr/sbin:/bin:/usr/bin
+
+# This command can be used as pipe to syslog. With "-s" it also logs to stderr.
+ERR_LOGGER="logger -p daemon.err -t mysqld_safe -i"
+
+invoke() {
+  if [ -x /usr/sbin/invoke-rc.d ]; then
+    invoke-rc.d mysql $1
+  else
+    /etc/init.d/mysql $1
+  fi
+}
+
+MYSQL_BOOTSTRAP="/usr/sbin/mysqld --bootstrap --user=mysql --skip-grant-tables"
+
+test_mysql_access() {
+       mysql --no-defaults -u root -h localhost </dev/null >/dev/null 2>&1
+}
+
+# call with $1 = "online" to connect to the server, otherwise it bootstraps
+set_mysql_rootpw() {
+       # forget we ever saw the password.  don't use reset to keep the seen status
+       db_set percona-xtradb-server/root_password ""
+
+       tfile=`mktemp`
+       if [ ! -f "$tfile" ]; then
+               return 1
+       fi
+
+       # this avoids us having to call "test" or "[" on $rootpw
+       cat << EOF > $tfile
+USE mysql;
+UPDATE user SET password=PASSWORD("$rootpw") WHERE user='root';
+FLUSH PRIVILEGES;
+EOF
+       if grep -q 'PASSWORD("")' $tfile; then
+               retval=0
+       elif [ "$1" = "online" ]; then
+               mysql --no-defaults -u root -h localhost <$tfile >/dev/null
+               retval=$?
+       else
+               $MYSQL_BOOTSTRAP <$tfile
+               retval=$?
+       fi
+       rm -f $tfile
+       return $retval
+}
+
+# This is necessary because mysql_install_db removes the pid file in /var/run
+# and because changed configuration options should take effect immediately.
+# In case the server wasn't running at all it should be ok if the stop
+# script fails. I can't tell at this point because of the cleaned /var/run.
+set +e; invoke stop; set -e
+    
+case "$1" in
+  configure)
+    mysql_datadir=/usr/share/mysql
+    mysql_statedir=/var/lib/mysql
+    mysql_rundir=/var/run/mysqld
+    mysql_logdir=/var/log
+    mysql_cfgdir=/etc/mysql
+    mysql_newlogdir=/var/log/mysql
+    mysql_upgradedir=/var/lib/mysql-upgrade
+
+    # first things first, if the following symlink exists, it is a preserved
+    # copy the old data dir from a mysql upgrade that would have otherwise
+    # been replaced by an empty mysql dir.  this should restore it.
+    for dir in DATADIR LOGDIR; do
+        if [ "$dir" = "DATADIR" ]; then targetdir=$mysql_statedir; else targetdir=$mysql_newlogdir; fi
+        savelink="$mysql_upgradedir/$dir.link"
+        if [ -L "$savelink" ]; then
+            # If the targetdir was a symlink before we upgraded it is supposed
+            # to be either still be present or not existing anymore now.
+            if [ -L "$targetdir" ]; then
+                rm "$savelink"
+            elif [ ! -d "$targetdir" ]; then
+                mv "$savelink" "$targetdir"
+            else
+                # this should never even happen, but just in case...
+                mysql_tmp=`mktemp -d -t mysql-symlink-restore-XXXXXX`
+                echo "this is very strange!  see $mysql_tmp/README..." >&2
+                mv "$targetdir" "$mysql_tmp"
+                cat << EOF > "$mysql_tmp/README"
+
+if you're reading this, it's most likely because you had replaced /var/lib/mysql
+with a symlink, then upgraded to a new version of mysql, and then dpkg
+removed your symlink (see #182747 and others).  the mysql packages noticed
+that this happened, and as a workaround have restored it.  however, because
+/var/lib/mysql seems to have been re-created in the meantime, and because
+we don't want to rm -rf something we don't know as much about, we're going
+to leave this unexpected directory here.  if your database looks normal,
+and this is not a symlink to your database, you should be able to blow
+this all away.
+
+EOF
+            fi
+        fi
+	rmdir $mysql_upgradedir 2>/dev/null || true
+    done
+    
+    # Ensure the existence and right permissions for the database and
+    # log files.
+    if [ ! -d "$mysql_statedir"       -a ! -L "$mysql_statedir"       ]; then mkdir "$mysql_statedir"; fi
+    if [ ! -d "$mysql_statedir/mysql" -a ! -L "$mysql_statedir/mysql" ]; then mkdir "$mysql_statedir/mysql"; fi
+    if [ ! -d "$mysql_newlogdir"      -a ! -L "$mysql_newlogdir"      ]; then mkdir "$mysql_newlogdir"; fi
+    # When creating an ext3 jounal on an already mounted filesystem like e.g.
+    # /var/lib/mysql, you get a .journal file that is not modifyable by chown.
+    # The mysql_datadir must not be writable by the mysql user under any
+    # circumstances as it contains scripts that are executed by root.
+    set +e
+    chown -R 0:0 $mysql_datadir
+    chown -R mysql $mysql_statedir
+    chown -R mysql $mysql_rundir
+    chown -R mysql:adm $mysql_newlogdir;	chmod 2750 $mysql_newlogdir;
+    for i in log err; do
+      touch             $mysql_logdir/mysql.$i
+      chown mysql:adm   $mysql_logdir/mysql.$i
+      chmod 0640        $mysql_logdir/mysql.$i
+    done
+    set -e
+
+    # This is important to avoid dataloss when there is a removed
+    # percona-xtradb-server version from Woody lying around which used the same
+    # data directory and then somewhen gets purged by the admin.
+    db_set percona-xtradb-server/postrm_remove_database false || true
+
+    # To avoid downgrades.
+    touch $mysql_statedir/debian-5.1.flag
+
+    # initiate databases. Output is not allowed by debconf :-(
+    # Debian: beware of the bashisms... 
+    # Debian: can safely run on upgrades with existing databases 
+    set +e
+    /bin/bash /usr/bin/mysql_install_db --rpm 2>&1 | $ERR_LOGGER
+    if [ "$?" != "0" ]; then
+      echo "ATTENTION: An error has occured. More info is in the syslog!"
+    fi
+    set -e
+    
+    ## On every reconfiguration the maintenance user is recreated.
+    #
+    # - It is easier to regenerate the password every time but as people
+    #   use fancy rsync scripts and file alteration monitors, the existing
+    #   password is used and existing files not touched.
+    # - The mysqld statement is like that in mysql_install_db because the
+    #   server is not already running. This has some implications:
+    # 	- The amount of newlines and semicolons in the query is important!
+    #   - GRANT is not possible with --skip-grant-tables and "INSERT
+    #     (user,host..) VALUES" is not --ansi compliant
+    # - The echo is just for readability. ash's buildin has no "-e" so use /bin/echo.
+    # - The Super_priv, Show_db_priv, Create_tmp_table_priv and Lock_tables_priv
+    #   may not be present as old Woody 3.23 databases did not have it and the
+    #   admin might not already have run mysql_upgrade which adds them.
+    #   As the binlog cron scripts to need at least the Super_priv, I do first
+    #   the old query which always succeeds and then the new which may or may not.
+
+    # recreate the credentials file if not present or without mysql_upgrade stanza
+    dc=$mysql_cfgdir/debian.cnf; 
+    if [ -e "$dc" -a -n "`fgrep mysql_upgrade $dc 2>/dev/null`" ]; then
+        pass="`sed -n 's/^[     ]*password *= *// p' $dc | head -n 1`"
+    else
+	pass=`perl -e 'print map{("a".."z","A".."Z",0..9)[int(rand(62))]}(1..16)'`;
+        if [ ! -d "$mysql_cfgdir" ]; then install -o 0 -g 0 -m 0755 -d $mysql_cfgdir; fi
+        cat /dev/null > $dc
+        echo "# Automatically generated for Debian scripts. DO NOT TOUCH!" >>$dc
+        echo "[client]"                                                    >>$dc
+        echo "host     = localhost"                                        >>$dc
+        echo "user     = debian-sys-maint"                                 >>$dc
+        echo "password = $pass"                                            >>$dc
+        echo "socket   = $mysql_rundir/mysqld.sock"                        >>$dc
+        echo "[mysql_upgrade]"                                             >>$dc
+        echo "host     = localhost"                                        >>$dc
+        echo "user     = debian-sys-maint"                                 >>$dc
+        echo "password = $pass"                                            >>$dc
+        echo "socket   = $mysql_rundir/mysqld.sock"                        >>$dc
+        echo "basedir  = /usr"                                             >>$dc
+    fi
+    # If this dir chmod go+w then the admin did it. But this file should not.
+    chown 0:0 $dc
+    chmod 0600 $dc
+
+    # update privilege tables
+    password_column_fix_query=`/bin/echo -e \
+        "USE mysql\n" \
+        "ALTER TABLE user CHANGE Password Password char(41) character set latin1 collate latin1_bin DEFAULT '' NOT NULL"`;
+    replace_query=`/bin/echo -e \
+        "USE mysql\n" \
+        "REPLACE INTO user SET " \
+        "  host='localhost', user='debian-sys-maint', password=password('$pass'), " \
+        "  Select_priv='Y', Insert_priv='Y', Update_priv='Y', Delete_priv='Y', " \
+        "  Create_priv='Y', Drop_priv='Y', Reload_priv='Y', Shutdown_priv='Y', " \
+        "  Process_priv='Y',  File_priv='Y', Grant_priv='Y', References_priv='Y', " \
+        "  Index_priv='Y', Alter_priv='Y', Super_priv='Y', Show_db_priv='Y', "\
+        "  Create_tmp_table_priv='Y', Lock_tables_priv='Y', Execute_priv='Y', "\
+        "  Repl_slave_priv='Y', Repl_client_priv='Y', Create_view_priv='Y', "\
+        "  Show_view_priv='Y', Create_routine_priv='Y', Alter_routine_priv='Y', "\
+        "  Create_user_priv='Y', Event_priv='Y', Trigger_priv='Y' "`;
+    fix_privs=`/bin/echo -e \
+        "USE mysql;\n" \
+        "ALTER TABLE user ADD column Create_view_priv enum('N','Y') CHARACTER SET utf8 NOT NULL DEFAULT 'N'; " \
+        "ALTER TABLE user ADD column Show_view_priv enum('N','Y') CHARACTER SET utf8 NOT NULL DEFAULT 'N'; " \
+        "ALTER TABLE user ADD column Create_routine_priv enum('N','Y') CHARACTER SET utf8 NOT NULL DEFAULT 'N'; " \
+        "ALTER TABLE user ADD column Alter_routine_priv enum('N','Y') CHARACTER SET utf8 NOT NULL DEFAULT 'N'; " \
+        "ALTER TABLE user ADD column Create_user_priv enum('N','Y') CHARACTER SET utf8 NOT NULL DEFAULT 'N'; " \
+        "ALTER TABLE user ADD column Event_priv enum('N','Y') CHARACTER SET utf8 NOT NULL DEFAULT 'N'; " \
+        "ALTER TABLE user ADD column Trigger_priv enum('N','Y') CHARACTER SET utf8 NOT NULL DEFAULT 'N'; " `
+    # Engines supported by etch should be installed per default. The query sequence is supposed
+    # to be aborted if the CREATE TABLE fails due to an already existent table in which case the
+    # admin might already have chosen to remove one or more plugins. Newlines are necessary.
+    install_plugins=`/bin/echo -e \
+        "USE mysql;\n" \
+        "CREATE TABLE plugin (name char(64) COLLATE utf8_bin NOT NULL DEFAULT '', " \
+        "  dl char(128) COLLATE utf8_bin NOT NULL DEFAULT '', " \
+        "  PRIMARY KEY (name)) ENGINE=MyISAM DEFAULT CHARSET=utf8 COLLATE=utf8_bin COMMENT='MySQL plugins';\n" \
+        "INSERT INTO plugin VALUES ('innodb',    'ha_innodb.so');\n" \
+        "INSERT INTO plugin VALUES ('federated', 'ha_federated.so');\n" \
+        "INSERT INTO plugin VALUES ('blackhole', 'ha_blackhole.so');\n" \
+        "INSERT INTO plugin VALUES ('archive',   'ha_archive.so');" `
+
+    # Upgrade password column format before the root password gets set.
+    echo "$password_column_fix_query"                        | $MYSQL_BOOTSTRAP 2>&1 | $ERR_LOGGER
+
+    db_get percona-xtradb-server/root_password && rootpw="$RET"
+    if ! set_mysql_rootpw; then
+        password_error="yes"
+    fi
+
+    echo "$fix_privs"                                        | $MYSQL_BOOTSTRAP 2>&1 | $ERR_LOGGER
+    echo "$replace_query"                                    | $MYSQL_BOOTSTRAP 2>&1 | $ERR_LOGGER
+    set +e
+    echo "$install_plugins"                                  | $MYSQL_BOOTSTRAP 2>&1 | $ERR_LOGGER
+    set -e
+  ;;
+
+  abort-upgrade|abort-remove|abort-configure)
+  ;;
+
+  *)
+    echo "postinst called with unknown argument '$1'" 1>&2
+    exit 1
+  ;;
+esac
+
+# here we check to see if we can connect as root without a password
+# this should catch upgrades from previous versions where the root
+# password wasn't set.  if there is a password, or if the connection
+# fails for any other reason, nothing happens.
+if [ "$1" = "configure" ]; then
+       if test_mysql_access; then
+               db_input medium percona-xtradb-server/root_password || true
+               db_go
+               db_get percona-xtradb-server/root_password && rootpw="$RET"
+
+               if ! set_mysql_rootpw "online"; then
+                       password_error="yes"
+               fi
+       fi
+
+       if [ "$password_error" = "yes" ]; then
+               db_input high percona-xtradb-server/error_setting_password || true
+               db_go
+       fi
+
+fi
+
+db_stop # in case invoke failes
+
+#DEBHELPER#
+
+exit 0

=== added file 'storage/xtradb/build/debian/percona-xtradb-server-5.1.postrm'
--- a/storage/xtradb/build/debian/percona-xtradb-server-5.1.postrm	1970-01-01 00:00:00 +0000
+++ b/storage/xtradb/build/debian/percona-xtradb-server-5.1.postrm	2010-02-18 23:53:03 +0000
@@ -0,0 +1,83 @@
+#!/bin/bash -e
+
+# It is possible that Debconf has already been removed, too.
+if [ -f /usr/share/debconf/confmodule ]; then
+  . /usr/share/debconf/confmodule
+fi
+
+if [ -n "$DEBIAN_SCRIPT_DEBUG" ]; then set -v -x; DEBIAN_SCRIPT_TRACE=1; fi
+${DEBIAN_SCRIPT_TRACE:+ echo "#42#DEBUG# RUNNING $0 $*" 1>&2 }
+
+MYADMIN="/usr/bin/mysqladmin --defaults-file=/etc/mysql/debian.cnf"
+
+# Try to stop the server in a sane way. If it does not success let the admin
+# do it himself. No database directories should be removed while the server
+# is running!
+stop_server() {
+  set +e
+  if [ -x /usr/sbin/invoke-rc.d ]; then
+    invoke-rc.d mysql stop
+  else
+    /etc/init.d/mysql stop
+  fi
+  errno=$?
+  set -e
+
+  if [ "$?" != 0 ]; then
+    echo "Trying to stop the MySQL server resulted in exitcode $?." 1>&2
+    echo "Stop it yourself and try again!" 1>&2
+    exit 1
+  fi
+}
+
+case "$1" in
+  purge|remove|upgrade|failed-upgrade|abort-install|abort-upgrade|disappear)
+    if [ -n "`$MYADMIN ping 2>/dev/null`" ]; then
+      stop_server
+      sleep 2
+    fi
+  ;;
+  *)
+    echo "postrm called with unknown argument '$1'" 1>&2
+    exit 1
+  ;;
+esac
+
+#
+# - Do NOT purge logs or data if another percona-xtradb-server* package is installed (#307473)
+# - Remove the mysql user only after all his owned files are purged.
+#   
+if [ "$1" = "purge" -a ! \( -x /usr/sbin/mysqld -o -L /usr/sbin/mysqld \) ]; then
+  # we remove the mysql user only after all his owned files are purged
+  rm -f /var/log/mysql.{log,err}{,.0,.[1234567].gz}
+  rm -rf /var/log/mysql
+
+  db_input high percona-xtradb-server-5.1/postrm_remove_databases || true
+  db_go || true
+  db_get percona-xtradb-server-5.1/postrm_remove_databases || true
+  if [ "$RET" = "true" ]; then
+    # never remove the debian.cnf when the databases are still existing
+    # else we ran into big trouble on the next install!
+    rm -f /etc/mysql/debian.cnf
+    rm -rf /var/lib/mysql
+    rm -rf /var/run/mysqld
+    userdel mysql || true
+  fi
+
+  # (normally) Automatically added by dh_installinit
+  if [ "$1" = "purge" ] ; then
+        update-rc.d mysql remove >/dev/null || exit 0
+  fi
+  # (normally) End automatically added section
+fi
+
+# (normally) Automatically added by dh_installdebconf
+if [ "$1" = purge ] && [ -e /usr/share/debconf/confmodule ]; then
+        . /usr/share/debconf/confmodule
+        db_purge
+fi
+# (normally) End automatically added section
+
+# no DEBHELPER here, "update-rc.d remove" fails if percona-xtradb-server-5.1 is installed
+
+exit 0

=== added file 'storage/xtradb/build/debian/percona-xtradb-server-5.1.preinst'
--- a/storage/xtradb/build/debian/percona-xtradb-server-5.1.preinst	1970-01-01 00:00:00 +0000
+++ b/storage/xtradb/build/debian/percona-xtradb-server-5.1.preinst	2010-02-18 23:53:03 +0000
@@ -0,0 +1,186 @@
+#!/bin/bash -e
+#
+# summary of how this script can be called:
+#        * <new-preinst> install
+#        * <new-preinst> install <old-version>
+#        * <new-preinst> upgrade <old-version>
+#        * <old-preinst> abort-upgrade <new-version>
+#
+
+. /usr/share/debconf/confmodule
+
+if [ -n "$DEBIAN_SCRIPT_DEBUG" ]; then set -v -x; DEBIAN_SCRIPT_TRACE=1; fi
+${DEBIAN_SCRIPT_TRACE:+ echo "#42#DEBUG# RUNNING $0 $*" 1>&2 }
+
+export PATH=$PATH:/sbin:/usr/sbin:/bin:/usr/bin
+MYADMIN="/usr/bin/mysqladmin --defaults-file=/etc/mysql/debian.cnf"
+DATADIR=/var/lib/mysql
+LOGDIR=/var/log/mysql
+UPGRADEDIR=/var/lib/mysql-upgrade
+
+# Try to stop the server in a sane way. If it does not success let the admin
+# do it himself. No database directories should be removed while the server
+# is running! Another mysqld in e.g. a different chroot is fine for us.
+stop_server() {
+    if [ ! -x /etc/init.d/mysql ]; then return; fi
+
+    set +e
+    if [ -x /usr/sbin/invoke-rc.d ]; then
+      cmd="invoke-rc.d mysql stop"
+    else
+      cmd="/etc/init.d/mysql stop"
+    fi
+    $cmd
+    errno=$?
+    set -e
+   
+    # 0=ok, 100=no init script (fresh install)
+    if [ "$errno" != 0 -a "$errno" != 100 ]; then
+      echo "${cmd/ */} returned $errno" 1>&2
+      echo "There is a MySQL server running, but we failed in our attempts to stop it." 1>&2
+      echo "Stop it yourself and try again!" 1>&2
+      db_stop  	
+      exit 1
+    fi
+}
+
+################################ main() ##########################
+
+this_version=5.1
+
+# Check kernel version
+if dpkg --compare-versions `uname -r` lt 2.6; then
+  /bin/echo -e "\nPROBLEM: MySQL-5.x is currently incompatible with kernel 2.4. Aborting.";
+  /bin/echo -e "See http://bugs.debian.org/416841 for more information.\n"
+  exit 1
+fi
+
+# Abort if an NDB cluster is in use.
+if egrep -q -r '^[^#]*ndb.connectstring' /etc/mysql/; then
+  db_fset percona-xtradb-server/no_upgrade_when_using_ndb seen false || true
+  db_input high percona-xtradb-server/no_upgrade_when_using_ndb || true
+  db_go
+  db_stop
+  exit 1
+fi
+
+# Safe the user from stupidities.
+show_downgrade_warning=0
+for i in `ls $DATADIR/debian-*.flag 2>/dev/null`; do
+  found_version=`echo $i | sed 's/.*debian-\([0-9\.]\+\).flag/\1/'`
+  if dpkg --compare-versions "$this_version" '<<' "$found_version"; then
+    show_downgrade_warning=1
+    break;
+  fi
+done
+if [ "$show_downgrade_warning" = 1 ]; then
+  db_fset percona-xtradb-server-$this_version/really_downgrade seen false || true
+  db_input medium percona-xtradb-server-$this_version/really_downgrade || true
+  db_go
+  db_get percona-xtradb-server-$this_version/really_downgrade || true
+  if [ "$RET" = "true" ]; then
+    rm -f $DATADIR/debian-*.flag
+    touch $DATADIR/debian-$this_version.flag
+  else
+    echo "Aborting downgrade from (at least) $found_version to $this_version." 1>&2
+    echo "If are sure you want to downgrade to $this_version, remove the file" 1>&2
+    echo "$DATADIR/debian-*.flag and try installing again." 1>&2
+    db_stop
+    exit 1
+  fi
+fi
+
+# to be sure
+stop_server
+
+# If we use NIS then errors should be tolerated. It's up to the
+# user to ensure that the mysql user is correctly setup.
+# Beware that there are two ypwhich one of them needs the 2>/dev/null!
+if test -n "`which ypwhich 2>/dev/null`"  &&  ypwhich >/dev/null 2>&1; then
+  set +e
+fi
+
+#
+# Now we have to ensure the following state:
+# /etc/passwd: mysql:x:100:101:MySQL Server:/var/lib/mysql:/bin/false
+# /etc/group:  mysql:x:101:
+# 
+# Sadly there could any state be present on the system so we have to
+# modify everything carefully i.e. not doing a chown before creating
+# the user etc...
+#
+
+# creating mysql group if he isn't already there
+if ! getent group mysql >/dev/null; then
+ 	# Adding system group: mysql.
+	addgroup --system mysql >/dev/null
+fi
+
+# creating mysql user if he isn't already there
+if ! getent passwd mysql >/dev/null; then
+	# Adding system user: mysql.
+	adduser \
+	  --system \
+          --disabled-login \
+	  --ingroup mysql \
+	  --home $DATADIR \
+	  --gecos "MySQL Server" \
+	  --shell /bin/false \
+	  mysql  >/dev/null
+fi
+
+# end of NIS tolerance zone
+set -e
+
+# if there's a symlink, let's store where it's pointing, because otherwise
+# it's going to be lost in some situations
+for dir in DATADIR LOGDIR; do
+    checkdir=`eval echo "$"$dir`
+    if [ -L "$checkdir" ]; then
+	mkdir -p "$UPGRADEDIR"
+	cp -d "$checkdir" "$UPGRADEDIR/$dir.link"
+    fi
+done
+
+# creating mysql home directory
+if [ ! -d $DATADIR -a ! -L $DATADIR ]; then
+ 	mkdir $DATADIR
+fi
+
+# checking disc space
+if LC_ALL=C BLOCKSIZE= df --portability $DATADIR/. | tail -n 1 | awk '{ exit ($4>1000) }'; then
+  echo "ERROR: There's not enough space in $DATADIR/" 1>&2
+  db_stop
+  exit 1
+fi
+
+# Since the home directory was created before putting the user into
+# the mysql group and moreover we cannot guarantee that the 
+# permissions were correctly *before* calling this script, we fix them now.
+# In case we use NIS and no mysql user is present then this script should
+# better fail now than later..
+# The "set +e" is necessary as e.g. a ".journal" of a ext3 partition is
+# not chgrp'able (#318435).
+set +e
+chown mysql:mysql $DATADIR
+find $DATADIR -follow -not -group mysql -print0 2>/dev/null \
+  | xargs -0 --no-run-if-empty chgrp mysql
+set -e
+
+# Some files below /etc/ were possibly in the percona-xtradb-server-5.0/etch package
+# before. They get overwritten by current ones to avoid unnecessary dpkg questions.
+while read md5 file; do
+  if [ "`md5sum $file 2>/dev/null`" = "$md5  $file" ]; then
+    cp /usr/share/percona-xtradb-common/internal-use-only/`echo $file | sed 's�/�_�g'` $file
+  fi
+done <<EOT
+6691f2fdc5c6d27ff0260eb79813e1bc  /etc/init.d/mysql
+b53b9552d44661361d39157c3c7c51d3  /etc/logrotate.d/percona-xtradb-server
+57f3e58f72582ca55100dc1ba0f1a8ae  /etc/mysql/debian-start
+EOT
+
+db_stop
+
+#DEBHELPER#
+
+exit 0

=== added file 'storage/xtradb/build/debian/percona-xtradb-server-5.1.prerm'
--- a/storage/xtradb/build/debian/percona-xtradb-server-5.1.prerm	1970-01-01 00:00:00 +0000
+++ b/storage/xtradb/build/debian/percona-xtradb-server-5.1.prerm	2010-02-18 23:53:03 +0000
@@ -0,0 +1,8 @@
+#!/bin/bash -e
+
+. /usr/share/debconf/confmodule
+
+if [ -n "$DEBIAN_SCRIPT_DEBUG" ]; then set -v -x; DEBIAN_SCRIPT_TRACE=1; fi
+${DEBIAN_SCRIPT_TRACE:+ echo "#42#DEBUG# RUNNING $0 $*" 1>&2 }
+
+#DEBHELPER#

=== added file 'storage/xtradb/build/debian/percona-xtradb-server-5.1.templates'
--- a/storage/xtradb/build/debian/percona-xtradb-server-5.1.templates	1970-01-01 00:00:00 +0000
+++ b/storage/xtradb/build/debian/percona-xtradb-server-5.1.templates	2010-02-18 23:53:03 +0000
@@ -0,0 +1,90 @@
+# These templates have been reviewed by the debian-l10n-english
+# team
+#
+# If modifications/additions/rewording are needed, please ask
+# for an advice to debian-l10n-english@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
+#
+# Even minor modifications require translation updates and such
+# changes should be coordinated with translators and reviewers.
+
+Template: percona-xtradb-server-5.1/really_downgrade
+Type: boolean
+Default: false
+_Description: Really proceed with downgrade?
+ A file named /var/lib/mysql/debian-*.flag exists on this system.
+ .
+ Such file is an indication that a percona-xtradb-server package with a higher
+ version has been installed earlier.
+ .
+ There is no guarantee that the version you're currently installing
+ will be able to use the current databases.
+
+Template: percona-xtradb-server-5.1/nis_warning
+Type: note
+#flag:translate!:3,5
+_Description: Important note for NIS/YP users
+ To use MySQL, the following entries for users and groups should be added
+ to the system:
+ .
+  /etc/passwd   : mysql:x:100:101:Percona SQL Server:/var/lib/mysql:/bin/false
+  /etc/group    : mysql:x:101:
+ .
+ You should also check the permissions and the owner of the
+ /var/lib/mysql directory:
+ .
+  /var/lib/mysql: drwxr-xr-x   mysql    mysql
+
+Template: percona-xtradb-server-5.1/postrm_remove_databases
+Type: boolean
+Default: false
+_Description: Remove all Percona SQL databases?
+ The /var/lib/mysql directory which contains the Percona SQL databases is about
+ to be removed.
+ .
+ If you're removing the Percona SQL package in order to later install a more
+ recent version or if a different percona-xtradb-server package is already
+ using it, the data should be kept.
+
+Template: percona-xtradb-server-5.1/start_on_boot
+Type: boolean
+Default: true
+_Description: Start the Percona SQL server on boot?
+ The Percona SQL server can be launched automatically at boot time or manually
+ with the '/etc/init.d/mysql start' command.
+
+Template: percona-xtradb-server/root_password
+Type: password
+_Description: New password for the Percona SQL "root" user:
+ While not mandatory, it is highly recommended that you set a password
+ for the Percona SQL administrative "root" user.
+ .
+ If that field is left blank, the password will not be changed.
+
+Template: percona-xtradb-server/root_password_again
+Type: password
+_Description: Repeat password for the Percona SQL "root" user:
+
+Template: percona-xtradb-server/error_setting_password
+Type: error
+_Description: Unable to set password for the Percona SQL "root" user
+ An error occurred while setting the password for the Percona SQL
+ administrative user. This may have happened because the account
+ already has a password, or because of a communication problem with
+ the Percona SQL server.
+ .
+ You should check the account's password after the package installation.
+ .
+ Please read the /usr/share/doc/percona-xtradb-server-5.1/README.Debian file
+ for more information.
+
+Template: percona-xtradb-server/password_mismatch
+Type: error
+_Description: Password input error
+ The two passwords you entered were not the same. Please try again.
+
+Template: percona-xtradb-server/no_upgrade_when_using_ndb
+Type: error
+_Description: NDB Cluster seems to be in use
+ Percona-SQL-5.1 has orphaned NDB Cluster support. Please migrate to the new
+ mysql-cluster package and remove all lines starting with "ndb" from
+ all config files below /etc/mysql/.

=== added directory 'storage/xtradb/build/debian/po'
=== added file 'storage/xtradb/build/debian/po/POTFILES.in'
--- a/storage/xtradb/build/debian/po/POTFILES.in	1970-01-01 00:00:00 +0000
+++ b/storage/xtradb/build/debian/po/POTFILES.in	2010-02-18 23:51:40 +0000
@@ -0,0 +1 @@
+[type: gettext/rfc822deb] percona-xtradb-server-5.1.templates

=== added file 'storage/xtradb/build/debian/po/ar.po'
--- a/storage/xtradb/build/debian/po/ar.po	1970-01-01 00:00:00 +0000
+++ b/storage/xtradb/build/debian/po/ar.po	2010-02-18 23:51:40 +0000
@@ -0,0 +1,267 @@
+# translation of templates.po to Arabic
+# Copyright (C) YEAR THE PACKAGE'S COPYRIGHT HOLDER
+# This file is distributed under the same license as the PACKAGE package.
+#
+# Ossama M. Khayat <okhayat@xxxxxxxxx>, 2007.
+msgid ""
+msgstr ""
+"Project-Id-Version: templates\n"
+"Report-Msgid-Bugs-To: percona-xtradb-dfsg-5.1@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx\n"
+"POT-Creation-Date: 2010-02-15 17:10-0500\n"
+"PO-Revision-Date: 2007-05-01 13:04+0300\n"
+"Last-Translator: Ossama M. Khayat <okhayat@xxxxxxxxx>\n"
+"Language-Team: Arabic <support@xxxxxxxxxxxx>\n"
+"MIME-Version: 1.0\n"
+"Content-Type: text/plain; charset=UTF-8\n"
+"Content-Transfer-Encoding: 8bit\n"
+"X-Generator: KBabel 1.11.4\n"
+"Plural-Forms: nplurals=6; plural=n==1 ? 0 : n==0 ? 1 : n==2 ? 2: n%100>=3 && "
+"n%100<=10 ? 3 : n%100>=11 && n%100<=99 ? 4 : 5\n"
+": n%100>=3 && n%100<=10 ? 3 : n%100>=11 && n%100<=99 ? 4 : 5\n"
+": n%100>=3 && n%100<=10 ? 3 : n%100>=11 && n%100<=99 ? 4 : 5\n"
+": n%100>=3 && n%100<=10 ? 3 : n%100>=11 && n%100<=99 ? 4 : 5\n"
+": n%100>=3 && n%100<=10 ? 3 : n%100>=11 && n%100<=99 ? 4 : 5\n"
+": n%100>=3 && n%100<=10 ? 3 : n%100>=11 && n%100<=99 ? 4 : 5\n"
+": n%100>=3 && n%100<=10 ? 3 : n%100>=11 && n%100<=99 ? 4 : 5\n"
+
+#. Type: boolean
+#. Description
+#: ../percona-xtradb-server-5.1.templates:2001
+msgid "Really proceed with downgrade?"
+msgstr "هل فعلاً تريد التثبيط؟"
+
+#. Type: boolean
+#. Description
+#: ../percona-xtradb-server-5.1.templates:2001
+msgid "A file named /var/lib/mysql/debian-*.flag exists on this system."
+msgstr "هناك ملف مسمى /var/lib/mysql/debian-*.flag موجود على هذا النظام."
+
+#. Type: boolean
+#. Description
+#: ../percona-xtradb-server-5.1.templates:2001
+msgid ""
+"Such file is an indication that a mysql-server package with a higher version "
+"has been installed earlier."
+msgstr ""
+"هذا الملف دلالة على أن نسخة أحدث من حزمة mysql-server تم تثبيتها مسبقاً."
+
+#. Type: boolean
+#. Description
+#: ../percona-xtradb-server-5.1.templates:2001
+msgid ""
+"There is no guarantee that the version you're currently installing will be "
+"able to use the current databases."
+msgstr ""
+"ليست هناك أية ضمانة أن النسخة التي تقوم بتثبيتها ستكون قادرة على استخدام "
+"قواعد البيانات الحالية."
+
+#. Type: note
+#. Description
+#: ../percona-xtradb-server-5.1.templates:3001
+msgid "Important note for NIS/YP users"
+msgstr "ملاحظة هامة لمستخدمي NIS/YP"
+
+#. Type: note
+#. Description
+#: ../percona-xtradb-server-5.1.templates:3001
+msgid ""
+"To use MySQL, the following entries for users and groups should be added to "
+"the system:"
+msgstr ""
+"كي تستخدم MySQL، يجب إضافة المُدخلات التالية الخاصة بالمستخدمين والمجموعات "
+"إلى النظام:"
+
+#. Type: note
+#. Description
+#: ../percona-xtradb-server-5.1.templates:3001
+msgid ""
+"You should also check the permissions and the owner of the /var/lib/mysql "
+"directory:"
+msgstr "عليك أيضاً أن تقوم بالتأكد من صلاحيات مالك الملف /var/lib/mysql: "
+
+#. Type: boolean
+#. Description
+#: ../percona-xtradb-server-5.1.templates:4001
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "Remove all MySQL databases?"
+msgid "Remove all Percona SQL databases?"
+msgstr "إزالة جميع قواعد بيانات MySQL؟"
+
+#. Type: boolean
+#. Description
+#: ../percona-xtradb-server-5.1.templates:4001
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid ""
+#| "The /var/lib/mysql directory which contains the MySQL databases is about "
+#| "to be removed."
+msgid ""
+"The /var/lib/mysql directory which contains the Percona SQL databases is "
+"about to be removed."
+msgstr "الدليل /var/lib/mysql الذي يحتوي قواعد بيانات MySQL ستتم إزالته."
+
+#. Type: boolean
+#. Description
+#: ../percona-xtradb-server-5.1.templates:4001
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid ""
+#| "If you're removing the MySQL package in order to later install a more "
+#| "recent version or if a different mysql-server package is already using "
+#| "it, the data should be kept."
+msgid ""
+"If you're removing the Percona SQL package in order to later install a more "
+"recent version or if a different mysql-server package is already using it, "
+"the data should be kept."
+msgstr ""
+"إن كنت تقوم بإزالة حزمة MySQL كي تقوم لاحقاً بتثبيت نسخة أحدث أو إن كانت حزمة "
+"mysql-server مختلفة تستخدمها، فيجب إبقاء البيانات."
+
+#. Type: boolean
+#. Description
+#: ../percona-xtradb-server-5.1.templates:5001
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "Start the MySQL server on boot?"
+msgid "Start the Percona SQL server on boot?"
+msgstr "تشغيل خادم MySQL عند الإقلاع؟"
+
+#. Type: boolean
+#. Description
+#: ../percona-xtradb-server-5.1.templates:5001
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid ""
+#| "The MySQL server can be launched automatically at boot time or manually "
+#| "with the '/etc/init.d/mysql start' command."
+msgid ""
+"The Percona SQL server can be launched automatically at boot time or "
+"manually with the '/etc/init.d/mysql start' command."
+msgstr ""
+"يمكن تشغيل خادم MySQL آلياً وقت الإقلاع أو يدوياً باستخدام الأمر '/etc/init.d/"
+"mysql start'."
+
+#. Type: password
+#. Description
+#: ../percona-xtradb-server-5.1.templates:6001
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "New password for the MySQL \"root\" user:"
+msgid "New password for the Percona SQL \"root\" user:"
+msgstr "كلمة المرور الجديدة لمستخد \"root\" الخاص بـMySQL:"
+
+#. Type: password
+#. Description
+#: ../percona-xtradb-server-5.1.templates:6001
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid ""
+#| "While not mandatory, it is highly recommended that you set a password for "
+#| "the MySQL administrative \"root\" user."
+msgid ""
+"While not mandatory, it is highly recommended that you set a password for "
+"the Percona SQL administrative \"root\" user."
+msgstr ""
+"مع أنه ليس إجبارياً، ولكن من المستحسن أن تقوم بتعيين كلمة مرور خاصة بمستخدم "
+"MySQL الإداري \"root\"."
+
+#. Type: password
+#. Description
+#: ../percona-xtradb-server-5.1.templates:6001
+msgid "If that field is left blank, the password will not be changed."
+msgstr "إن ترك الحقل فارغاً، فلن يتم تغيير كلمة المرور."
+
+#. Type: password
+#. Description
+#: ../percona-xtradb-server-5.1.templates:7001
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "New password for the MySQL \"root\" user:"
+msgid "Repeat password for the Percona SQL \"root\" user:"
+msgstr "كلمة المرور الجديدة لمستخد \"root\" الخاص بـMySQL:"
+
+#. Type: error
+#. Description
+#: ../percona-xtradb-server-5.1.templates:8001
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "Unable to set password for the MySQL \"root\" user"
+msgid "Unable to set password for the Percona SQL \"root\" user"
+msgstr "تعذر تعيين كلمة مرور للمستخدم \"root\" الخاص بـMySQL."
+
+#. Type: error
+#. Description
+#: ../percona-xtradb-server-5.1.templates:8001
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid ""
+#| "An error occurred while setting the password for the MySQL administrative "
+#| "user. This may have happened because the account already has a password, "
+#| "or because of a communication problem with the MySQL server."
+msgid ""
+"An error occurred while setting the password for the Percona SQL "
+"administrative user. This may have happened because the account already has "
+"a password, or because of a communication problem with the Percona SQL "
+"server."
+msgstr ""
+"حدث خطأ أثناء تعيين كلمة المرور لمستخدم MySQL الإداري. قد يكون هذا حدث بسبب "
+"أن حساب المستخدم له كلمة مرور معيّنة مسبقاً، أو بسبب مشكلة في الاتصال مع خادم "
+"MySQL."
+
+#. Type: error
+#. Description
+#: ../percona-xtradb-server-5.1.templates:8001
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid ""
+#| "You should check the account's password after tha package installation."
+msgid "You should check the account's password after the package installation."
+msgstr "يجب عليك التحقق من كلمة مرور الحساب عقب تثبيت الحزمة."
+
+#. Type: error
+#. Description
+#: ../percona-xtradb-server-5.1.templates:8001
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid ""
+#| "Please read the /usr/share/doc/mysql-server-5.1/README.Debian file for "
+#| "more information."
+msgid ""
+"Please read the /usr/share/doc/mysql-server-5.1/README.Debian file for more "
+"information."
+msgstr ""
+"الرجاء قراءة الملف /usr/share/doc/mysql-server-5.1/README.Debian للمزيد من "
+"المعلومات."
+
+#. Type: error
+#. Description
+#: ../percona-xtradb-server-5.1.templates:9001
+msgid "Password input error"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Type: error
+#. Description
+#: ../percona-xtradb-server-5.1.templates:9001
+msgid "The two passwords you entered were not the same. Please try again."
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Type: error
+#. Description
+#: ../percona-xtradb-server-5.1.templates:10001
+msgid "NDB Cluster seems to be in use"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Type: error
+#. Description
+#: ../percona-xtradb-server-5.1.templates:10001
+msgid ""
+"Percona-SQL-5.1 has orphaned NDB Cluster support. Please migrate to the new "
+"mysql-cluster package and remove all lines starting with \"ndb\" from all "
+"config files below /etc/mysql/."
+msgstr ""
+
+#~ msgid ""
+#~ "Support MySQL connections from hosts running Debian \"sarge\" or older?"
+#~ msgstr ""
+#~ "هل تريد دعم اتصالات MySQL من الأجهزة التي تعمل على ديبيان \"sarge\" أو "
+#~ "أقدم؟"
+
+#~ msgid ""
+#~ "In old versions of MySQL clients on Debian, passwords were not stored "
+#~ "securely. This has been improved since then, however clients (such as "
+#~ "PHP) from hosts running Debian 3.1 Sarge will not be able to connect to "
+#~ "recent accounts or accounts whose password have been changed."
+#~ msgstr ""
+#~ "في إصدارات عملاء MySQL القديمة من ديبيان، لم تكن كلمات المرور تحفظ بشكل "
+#~ "آمن. ولقد حل هذه المشكلة بعدها، غير أن العملاء (مثل PHP) المتصلين من "
+#~ "أجهزة تعمل على ديبيان Sarge 3.1 لن يكونوا قادرين على الاتصال باستخدام "
+#~ "الحسابات الحديثة أو الحسابات التي تم تغيير كلمة مرورها."

=== added file 'storage/xtradb/build/debian/po/ca.po'
--- a/storage/xtradb/build/debian/po/ca.po	1970-01-01 00:00:00 +0000
+++ b/storage/xtradb/build/debian/po/ca.po	2010-02-18 23:51:40 +0000
@@ -0,0 +1,342 @@
+# mysql-dfsg (debconf) translation to Catalan.
+# Copyright (C) 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
+# Aleix Badia i Bosch <abadia@xxxxxx> 2004
+#
+msgid ""
+msgstr ""
+"Project-Id-Version: mysql-dfsg-4.1\n"
+"Report-Msgid-Bugs-To: percona-xtradb-dfsg-5.1@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx\n"
+"POT-Creation-Date: 2010-02-15 17:10-0500\n"
+"PO-Revision-Date: 2004-01-31 19:20GMT\n"
+"Last-Translator: Aleix Badia i Bosch <abadia@xxxxxx>\n"
+"Language-Team: Debian L10n Catalan <debian-l10n-catalan@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>\n"
+"MIME-Version: 1.0\n"
+"Content-Type: text/plain; charset=ISO-8859-1\n"
+"Content-Transfer-Encoding: 8bit\n"
+
+#. Type: boolean
+#. Description
+#: ../percona-xtradb-server-5.1.templates:2001
+msgid "Really proceed with downgrade?"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Type: boolean
+#. Description
+#: ../percona-xtradb-server-5.1.templates:2001
+msgid "A file named /var/lib/mysql/debian-*.flag exists on this system."
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Type: boolean
+#. Description
+#: ../percona-xtradb-server-5.1.templates:2001
+msgid ""
+"Such file is an indication that a mysql-server package with a higher version "
+"has been installed earlier."
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Type: boolean
+#. Description
+#: ../percona-xtradb-server-5.1.templates:2001
+msgid ""
+"There is no guarantee that the version you're currently installing will be "
+"able to use the current databases."
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Type: note
+#. Description
+#: ../percona-xtradb-server-5.1.templates:3001
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "Important note for NIS/YP users!"
+msgid "Important note for NIS/YP users"
+msgstr "Nota important pels usuaris de NIS/YP"
+
+#. Type: note
+#. Description
+#: ../percona-xtradb-server-5.1.templates:3001
+msgid ""
+"To use MySQL, the following entries for users and groups should be added to "
+"the system:"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Type: note
+#. Description
+#: ../percona-xtradb-server-5.1.templates:3001
+msgid ""
+"You should also check the permissions and the owner of the /var/lib/mysql "
+"directory:"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Type: boolean
+#. Description
+#: ../percona-xtradb-server-5.1.templates:4001
+msgid "Remove all Percona SQL databases?"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Type: boolean
+#. Description
+#: ../percona-xtradb-server-5.1.templates:4001
+msgid ""
+"The /var/lib/mysql directory which contains the Percona SQL databases is "
+"about to be removed."
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Type: boolean
+#. Description
+#: ../percona-xtradb-server-5.1.templates:4001
+msgid ""
+"If you're removing the Percona SQL package in order to later install a more "
+"recent version or if a different mysql-server package is already using it, "
+"the data should be kept."
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Type: boolean
+#. Description
+#: ../percona-xtradb-server-5.1.templates:5001
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "Should MySQL start on boot?"
+msgid "Start the Percona SQL server on boot?"
+msgstr "Voleu que el MySQL s'inici� l'arrencada ?"
+
+#. Type: boolean
+#. Description
+#: ../percona-xtradb-server-5.1.templates:5001
+#, fuzzy
+msgid ""
+"The Percona SQL server can be launched automatically at boot time or "
+"manually with the '/etc/init.d/mysql start' command."
+msgstr ""
+"El MySQL es pot executar a l'arrencada o nom�si executeu manualment '/etc/"
+"init.d/mysql start'. Seleccioneu 's�si voleu que s'inicialitzi "
+"autom�cament."
+
+#. Type: password
+#. Description
+#: ../percona-xtradb-server-5.1.templates:6001
+msgid "New password for the Percona SQL \"root\" user:"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Type: password
+#. Description
+#: ../percona-xtradb-server-5.1.templates:6001
+msgid ""
+"While not mandatory, it is highly recommended that you set a password for "
+"the Percona SQL administrative \"root\" user."
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Type: password
+#. Description
+#: ../percona-xtradb-server-5.1.templates:6001
+msgid "If that field is left blank, the password will not be changed."
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Type: password
+#. Description
+#: ../percona-xtradb-server-5.1.templates:7001
+msgid "Repeat password for the Percona SQL \"root\" user:"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Type: error
+#. Description
+#: ../percona-xtradb-server-5.1.templates:8001
+msgid "Unable to set password for the Percona SQL \"root\" user"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Type: error
+#. Description
+#: ../percona-xtradb-server-5.1.templates:8001
+msgid ""
+"An error occurred while setting the password for the Percona SQL "
+"administrative user. This may have happened because the account already has "
+"a password, or because of a communication problem with the Percona SQL "
+"server."
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Type: error
+#. Description
+#: ../percona-xtradb-server-5.1.templates:8001
+msgid "You should check the account's password after the package installation."
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Type: error
+#. Description
+#: ../percona-xtradb-server-5.1.templates:8001
+msgid ""
+"Please read the /usr/share/doc/mysql-server-5.1/README.Debian file for more "
+"information."
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Type: error
+#. Description
+#: ../percona-xtradb-server-5.1.templates:9001
+msgid "Password input error"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Type: error
+#. Description
+#: ../percona-xtradb-server-5.1.templates:9001
+msgid "The two passwords you entered were not the same. Please try again."
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Type: error
+#. Description
+#: ../percona-xtradb-server-5.1.templates:10001
+msgid "NDB Cluster seems to be in use"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Type: error
+#. Description
+#: ../percona-xtradb-server-5.1.templates:10001
+msgid ""
+"Percona-SQL-5.1 has orphaned NDB Cluster support. Please migrate to the new "
+"mysql-cluster package and remove all lines starting with \"ndb\" from all "
+"config files below /etc/mysql/."
+msgstr ""
+
+#, fuzzy
+#~ msgid ""
+#~ "To use mysql you must install an equivalent user and group to the "
+#~ "following and ensure yourself that /var/lib/mysql has the right "
+#~ "permissions (the uid/gid may be different)."
+#~ msgstr ""
+#~ "Per utilitzar la base de dades de MySQL heu d'afegir un usuari i grup "
+#~ "equivalent al seg� assegurar-vos que el directori /var/lib/mysql "
+#~ "tingui els permisos correctes."
+
+#~ msgid ""
+#~ "/etc/passwd:      mysql:x:100:101:MySQL Server:/var/lib/mysql:/bin/false"
+#~ msgstr ""
+#~ "/etc/passwd:      mysql:x:100:101:MySQL Server:/var/lib/mysql:/bin/false"
+
+#~ msgid "/etc/group:       mysql:x:101:"
+#~ msgstr "/etc/group:       mysql:x:101:"
+
+#~ msgid "/var/lib/mysql:   drwxr-xr-x   mysql    mysql"
+#~ msgstr "/var/lib/mysql:   drwxr-xr-x   mysql    mysql"
+
+#, fuzzy
+#~ msgid "Please also read http://www.mysql.com/doc/en/Upgrade.html";
+#~ msgstr ""
+#~ "Feu una ullada al document: http://www.mysql.com/doc/en/Upgrade.html";
+
+#, fuzzy
+#~ msgid ""
+#~ "MySQL will only install if you have a non-numeric hostname that is "
+#~ "resolvable via the /etc/hosts file. E.g. if the \"hostname\" command "
+#~ "returns \"myhostname\" then there must be a line like \"10.0.0.1 "
+#~ "myhostname\"."
+#~ msgstr ""
+#~ "El MySQL nom�s'instal�la en cas de tenir un nom d'ordinador central que "
+#~ "no sigui num�c  i que es pugui resoldre a trav�del fitxer /etc/hosts. "
+#~ "Ex. si l'ordre \"hostname\" retorna \"myhostname\", llavors hi ha d'haver "
+#~ "una l�a com la seg�"10.0.0.1 myhostname\"."
+
+#, fuzzy
+#~ msgid ""
+#~ "A new mysql user \"debian-sys-maint\" will be created. This mysql account "
+#~ "is used in the start/stop and cron scripts. Don't delete."
+#~ msgstr ""
+#~ "Es crea un nou usuari de mysql \"debian-sys-maint\". S'utilitza per les "
+#~ "seq�s d'inicialitzaci�aturada del cron, no el suprimiu."
+
+#, fuzzy
+#~ msgid ""
+#~ "Please remember to set a PASSWORD for the MySQL root user! If you use a /"
+#~ "root/.my.cnf, always write the \"user\" and the \"password\" lines in "
+#~ "there, never only the password!"
+#~ msgstr ""
+#~ "Recordeu posar una contrasenya al superusuari del MySQL. Si utilitzeu un "
+#~ "fitxer /root/.my.cnf, escriviu sempre all�es l�es \"user\" i "
+#~ "\"password\".; mai nom�la contrasenya. Per a m�informaci�u una "
+#~ "ullada a /usr/share/doc/mysql-server/README.Debian."
+
+#, fuzzy
+#~ msgid ""
+#~ "Should I remove all databases below /var/lib/mysql as you are purging the "
+#~ "mysql-server package?"
+#~ msgstr ""
+#~ "Voleu suprimir totes les bases de dades en purgar el paquet mysql-server ?"
+
+#~ msgid ""
+#~ "Networking is disabled by default for security reasons. You can enable it "
+#~ "by commenting out the skip-networking option in /etc/mysql/my.cnf."
+#~ msgstr ""
+#~ "La xarxa est�nhabilitada per defecte per a raons de seguretat. La podeu "
+#~ "habilitar descomentant l'opci� skip-networking del fitxer /etc/mysql/"
+#~ "my.cnf."
+
+#~ msgid "security and update notice"
+#~ msgstr "Av�de seguretat i actualitzaci�
+#~ msgid "Please run mysql_fix_privilege_tables !"
+#~ msgstr "Executeu mysql_fix_privilege_tables"
+
+#~ msgid ""
+#~ "I will ensure secure permissions of /var/lib/mysql by replacing GIDs "
+#~ "other than root and mysql with mysql."
+#~ msgstr ""
+#~ "S'asseguren els permisos de seguretat de /var/lib/mysql canviant a mysql "
+#~ "tots els GIDs diferents a root i mysql."
+
+#~ msgid ""
+#~ "Instructions how to enable SSL support are in /usr/share/doc/mysql-server/"
+#~ msgstr ""
+#~ "Per habilitar el suport de SSL podeu seguir les instruccions de /usr/"
+#~ "share/doc/mysql-server/"
+
+#~ msgid "mysql_fix_privileges_tables will be executed"
+#~ msgstr "s'executa mysql_fix_privileges_tables"
+
+#~ msgid ""
+#~ "The latest MySQL versions have an enhanced, more fine grained, privilege "
+#~ "system. To make use of it, some new fields must be added to the tables "
+#~ "in  the \"mysql\" database. This is done by the "
+#~ "mysql_fix_privilege_tables script during this upgrade regardless of if "
+#~ "the server is currently running or not!"
+#~ msgstr ""
+#~ "Les �es versions de MySQL tenen un sistema de privilegis m�"
+#~ "elaborat. Per utilitzar-lo cal afegir nous camps a les taules de la base "
+#~ "de dades \"mysql\". Aquesta tasca la realitza la seq� "
+#~ "mysql_fix_privilege_tables durant l'actualitzaci�dependentment de si "
+#~ "el servidor s'est�xecutant o no!"
+
+#~ msgid ""
+#~ "This script is not supposed to give any user more rights that he had "
+#~ "before, if you encounter such a case, please contact me."
+#~ msgstr ""
+#~ "Aquesta seq� no assigna privilegis d'usuari diferents als que ja "
+#~ "tenia, en cas que us trob�iu en aquesta situaci�oseu-vos en contacte "
+#~ "amb mi."
+
+#~ msgid ""
+#~ "Should I remove everything below /var/lib/mysql when you purge the mysql-"
+#~ "server package with the \"dpkg --purge mysql-server\" command (i.e. "
+#~ "remove everything including the configuration) somewhen? (default is not)"
+#~ msgstr ""
+#~ "Voleu suprimir tots els continguts de /var/lib/mysql quan es purgui el "
+#~ "paquet mysql-server amb l'ordre \"dpkg --purge mysql-server\". (ex. "
+#~ "suprimir-ho tot incl�a configuraci� (per defecte no)"
+
+#~ msgid "Make MySQL reachable via network?"
+#~ msgstr "Voleu fer accessible el MySQL via xarxa ?"
+
+#~ msgid ""
+#~ "Should MySQL listen on a network reachable TCP port? This is not "
+#~ "necessary for use on a single computer and could be a security problem."
+#~ msgstr ""
+#~ "Voleu que el MySQL escolti a un port TCP accessible des de la xarxa ? "
+#~ "Aquesta opci� �imprescindible en ordinadors a�ats i podria "
+#~ "provocar un problema de seguretat."
+
+#~ msgid "Enable chroot mode?"
+#~ msgstr "Permetre el mode chroot ?"
+
+#~ msgid ""
+#~ "MySQL is able to jail itself into the /var/lib/mysql_jail directory so "
+#~ "that users cannot modify any files outside this directory. This improves "
+#~ "resistence against crackers, too, as they are not able to modify system "
+#~ "files."
+#~ msgstr ""
+#~ "El MySQL es pot executar en una entorn tancat al directori /var/lib/"
+#~ "mysql_jail perqu�ls usuaris no puguin modificar cap fitxer fora del "
+#~ "directori.Aquesta opci�mb�ugmenta la seguretat envers els crackers, "
+#~ "jaque no poden modificar els fitxers del sistema."

=== added file 'storage/xtradb/build/debian/po/cs.po'
--- a/storage/xtradb/build/debian/po/cs.po	1970-01-01 00:00:00 +0000
+++ b/storage/xtradb/build/debian/po/cs.po	2010-02-18 23:51:40 +0000
@@ -0,0 +1,361 @@
+#
+#    Translators, if you are not familiar with the PO format, gettext
+#    documentation is worth reading, especially sections dedicated to
+#    this format, e.g. by running:
+#         info -n '(gettext)PO Files'
+#         info -n '(gettext)Header Entry'
+#
+#    Some information specific to po-debconf are available at
+#            /usr/share/doc/po-debconf/README-trans
+#         or http://www.debian.org/intl/l10n/po-debconf/README-trans
+#
+#    Developers do not need to manually edit POT or PO files.
+#
+msgid ""
+msgstr ""
+"Project-Id-Version: mysql-dfsg-5.1\n"
+"Report-Msgid-Bugs-To: percona-xtradb-dfsg-5.1@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx\n"
+"POT-Creation-Date: 2010-02-15 17:10-0500\n"
+"PO-Revision-Date: 2007-05-01 13:01+0200\n"
+"Last-Translator: Miroslav Kure <kurem@xxxxxxxxx>\n"
+"Language-Team: Czech <debian-l10n-czech@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>\n"
+"MIME-Version: 1.0\n"
+"Content-Type: text/plain; charset=UTF-8\n"
+"Content-Transfer-Encoding: 8bit\n"
+
+#. Type: boolean
+#. Description
+#: ../percona-xtradb-server-5.1.templates:2001
+msgid "Really proceed with downgrade?"
+msgstr "Opravdu pokračovat v degradaci?"
+
+#. Type: boolean
+#. Description
+#: ../percona-xtradb-server-5.1.templates:2001
+msgid "A file named /var/lib/mysql/debian-*.flag exists on this system."
+msgstr "V systému existuje soubor /var/lib/mysql/debian-*.flag."
+
+#. Type: boolean
+#. Description
+#: ../percona-xtradb-server-5.1.templates:2001
+msgid ""
+"Such file is an indication that a mysql-server package with a higher version "
+"has been installed earlier."
+msgstr "To znamená, že již byl nainstalován balík mysql-server s vyšší verzí."
+
+#. Type: boolean
+#. Description
+#: ../percona-xtradb-server-5.1.templates:2001
+msgid ""
+"There is no guarantee that the version you're currently installing will be "
+"able to use the current databases."
+msgstr ""
+"Neexistuje žádná záruka, že momentálně instalovaná verze bude umět pracovat "
+"se stávajícími databázemi."
+
+#. Type: note
+#. Description
+#: ../percona-xtradb-server-5.1.templates:3001
+msgid "Important note for NIS/YP users"
+msgstr "Důležitá poznámka pro uživatele NIS/YP"
+
+#. Type: note
+#. Description
+#: ../percona-xtradb-server-5.1.templates:3001
+msgid ""
+"To use MySQL, the following entries for users and groups should be added to "
+"the system:"
+msgstr ""
+"Abyste mohli MySQL používat, musíte v systému založit následující uživatele "
+"a skupiny:"
+
+#. Type: note
+#. Description
+#: ../percona-xtradb-server-5.1.templates:3001
+msgid ""
+"You should also check the permissions and the owner of the /var/lib/mysql "
+"directory:"
+msgstr ""
+"Také byste měli zkontrolovat vlastníka a oprávnění adresáře /var/lib/mysql:"
+
+#. Type: boolean
+#. Description
+#: ../percona-xtradb-server-5.1.templates:4001
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "Remove all MySQL databases?"
+msgid "Remove all Percona SQL databases?"
+msgstr "Odstranit všechny MySQL databáze?"
+
+#. Type: boolean
+#. Description
+#: ../percona-xtradb-server-5.1.templates:4001
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid ""
+#| "The /var/lib/mysql directory which contains the MySQL databases is about "
+#| "to be removed."
+msgid ""
+"The /var/lib/mysql directory which contains the Percona SQL databases is "
+"about to be removed."
+msgstr ""
+"Adresář /var/lib/mysql, ve kterém se nachází MySQL databáze, bude odstraněn."
+
+#. Type: boolean
+#. Description
+#: ../percona-xtradb-server-5.1.templates:4001
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid ""
+#| "If you're removing the MySQL package in order to later install a more "
+#| "recent version or if a different mysql-server package is already using "
+#| "it, the data should be kept."
+msgid ""
+"If you're removing the Percona SQL package in order to later install a more "
+"recent version or if a different mysql-server package is already using it, "
+"the data should be kept."
+msgstr ""
+"Jestliže odstraňujete balík MySQL za účelem instalace novější verze MySQL, "
+"nebo pokud tato data souběžně využívá jiný balík mysql-server, měli byste "
+"data ponechat."
+
+#. Type: boolean
+#. Description
+#: ../percona-xtradb-server-5.1.templates:5001
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "Start the MySQL server on boot?"
+msgid "Start the Percona SQL server on boot?"
+msgstr "Spustit MySQL server při startu systému?"
+
+#. Type: boolean
+#. Description
+#: ../percona-xtradb-server-5.1.templates:5001
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid ""
+#| "The MySQL server can be launched automatically at boot time or manually "
+#| "with the '/etc/init.d/mysql start' command."
+msgid ""
+"The Percona SQL server can be launched automatically at boot time or "
+"manually with the '/etc/init.d/mysql start' command."
+msgstr ""
+"MySQL se může spouštět automaticky při startu systému, nebo ručně příkazem '/"
+"etc/init.d/mysql start'."
+
+#. Type: password
+#. Description
+#: ../percona-xtradb-server-5.1.templates:6001
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "New password for the MySQL \"root\" user:"
+msgid "New password for the Percona SQL \"root\" user:"
+msgstr "Nové heslo MySQL uživatele \"root\":"
+
+#. Type: password
+#. Description
+#: ../percona-xtradb-server-5.1.templates:6001
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid ""
+#| "While not mandatory, it is highly recommended that you set a password for "
+#| "the MySQL administrative \"root\" user."
+msgid ""
+"While not mandatory, it is highly recommended that you set a password for "
+"the Percona SQL administrative \"root\" user."
+msgstr ""
+"Přestože to není nezbytné, je silně doporučeno nastavit heslo u "
+"správcovského MySQL účtu \"root\"."
+
+#. Type: password
+#. Description
+#: ../percona-xtradb-server-5.1.templates:6001
+msgid "If that field is left blank, the password will not be changed."
+msgstr "Ponecháte-li pole prázdné, heslo se nezmění."
+
+#. Type: password
+#. Description
+#: ../percona-xtradb-server-5.1.templates:7001
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "New password for the MySQL \"root\" user:"
+msgid "Repeat password for the Percona SQL \"root\" user:"
+msgstr "Nové heslo MySQL uživatele \"root\":"
+
+#. Type: error
+#. Description
+#: ../percona-xtradb-server-5.1.templates:8001
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "Unable to set password for the MySQL \"root\" user"
+msgid "Unable to set password for the Percona SQL \"root\" user"
+msgstr "Nelze nastavit heslo MySQL uživatele \"root\""
+
+#. Type: error
+#. Description
+#: ../percona-xtradb-server-5.1.templates:8001
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid ""
+#| "An error occurred while setting the password for the MySQL administrative "
+#| "user. This may have happened because the account already has a password, "
+#| "or because of a communication problem with the MySQL server."
+msgid ""
+"An error occurred while setting the password for the Percona SQL "
+"administrative user. This may have happened because the account already has "
+"a password, or because of a communication problem with the Percona SQL "
+"server."
+msgstr ""
+"Během nastavování hesla pro správcovského uživatele MySQL se vyskytla chyba. "
+"To se mohlo stát třeba proto, protože uživatel již měl heslo nastaveno, nebo "
+"protože nastal problém v komunikaci s MySQL serverem."
+
+#. Type: error
+#. Description
+#: ../percona-xtradb-server-5.1.templates:8001
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid ""
+#| "You should check the account's password after tha package installation."
+msgid "You should check the account's password after the package installation."
+msgstr "Po instalaci balíku byste měli heslo ověřit."
+
+#. Type: error
+#. Description
+#: ../percona-xtradb-server-5.1.templates:8001
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid ""
+#| "Please read the /usr/share/doc/mysql-server-5.1/README.Debian file for "
+#| "more information."
+msgid ""
+"Please read the /usr/share/doc/mysql-server-5.1/README.Debian file for more "
+"information."
+msgstr ""
+"Více informací naleznete v /usr/share/doc/mysql-server-5.1/README.Debian."
+
+#. Type: error
+#. Description
+#: ../percona-xtradb-server-5.1.templates:9001
+msgid "Password input error"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Type: error
+#. Description
+#: ../percona-xtradb-server-5.1.templates:9001
+msgid "The two passwords you entered were not the same. Please try again."
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Type: error
+#. Description
+#: ../percona-xtradb-server-5.1.templates:10001
+msgid "NDB Cluster seems to be in use"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Type: error
+#. Description
+#: ../percona-xtradb-server-5.1.templates:10001
+msgid ""
+"Percona-SQL-5.1 has orphaned NDB Cluster support. Please migrate to the new "
+"mysql-cluster package and remove all lines starting with \"ndb\" from all "
+"config files below /etc/mysql/."
+msgstr ""
+
+#~ msgid "Cannot upgrade if ISAM tables are present!"
+#~ msgstr "Aktualizace nelze provést pokud jsou přítomny tabulky ISAM!"
+
+#~ msgid ""
+#~ "Recent versions of MySQL can no longer use the old ISAM table format and "
+#~ "it is necessary to convert your tables to e.g. MyISAM before upgrading by "
+#~ "using \"mysql_convert_table_format\" or \"ALTER TABLE x ENGINE=MyISAM\". "
+#~ "The installation of mysql-server-5.1 will now abort. In case your old "
+#~ "mysql-server-4.1 gets removed nevertheless just reinstall it to convert "
+#~ "those tables."
+#~ msgstr ""
+#~ "Poslední verze MySQL již nemohou používat starý formát tabulek ISAM a "
+#~ "před aktualizací je nutné převést tyto tabulky např. do formátu MyISAM "
+#~ "pomocí \"mysql_convert_table_format\" nebo \"ALTER TABLE x ENGINE=MyISAM"
+#~ "\". Instalace mysql-server-5.1 se nyní přeruší. V případě, že se mezitím "
+#~ "odinstaloval původní mysql-server-4.1, jednoduše jej znovu nainstalujte a "
+#~ "tabulky převeďte."
+
+#~ msgid ""
+#~ "Support MySQL connections from hosts running Debian \"sarge\" or older?"
+#~ msgstr ""
+#~ "Podporovat MySQL připojení z počítačů používajících Debian Sarge nebo "
+#~ "starší?"
+
+#~ msgid ""
+#~ "In old versions of MySQL clients on Debian, passwords were not stored "
+#~ "securely. This has been improved since then, however clients (such as "
+#~ "PHP) from hosts running Debian 3.1 Sarge will not be able to connect to "
+#~ "recent accounts or accounts whose password have been changed."
+#~ msgstr ""
+#~ "Způsob, jakým se dříve ukládala hesla, nebyl příliš bezpečný. To se nyní "
+#~ "zlepšilo, ale nevýhodou je, že se klienti z Debianu 3.1 Sarge (např. PHP) "
+#~ "nebudou moci připojit na nové účty, nebo na účty, u nichž se heslo "
+#~ "změnilo."
+
+#~ msgid ""
+#~ "To use mysql you must install an equivalent user and group to the "
+#~ "following and ensure yourself that /var/lib/mysql has the right "
+#~ "permissions (the uid/gid may be different)."
+#~ msgstr ""
+#~ "Abyste mohli mysql používat, musíte do následujících souborů přidat "
+#~ "ekvivalentního uživatele a skupinu a zajistit, že /var/lib/mysql má "
+#~ "správná práva (uid/gid se mohou lišit)."
+
+#~ msgid "Remove the databases used by all MySQL versions?"
+#~ msgstr "Odstranit databáze používané všemi verzemi MySQL?"
+
+#~ msgid ""
+#~ "If you do not provide a password no changes will be made to the account."
+#~ msgstr "Nezadáte-li heslo, žádné změny se s účtem neprovedou."
+
+#~ msgid ""
+#~ "When installation finishes, you should verify that the account is "
+#~ "properly protected with a password (see README.Debian for more "
+#~ "information)."
+#~ msgstr ""
+#~ "Po skončení instalace byste měli ověřit, že je účet chráněn heslem (více "
+#~ "informací naleznete v souboru README.Debian)."
+
+#~ msgid "Update Hints"
+#~ msgstr "Poznámky k aktualizaci"
+
+#~ msgid ""
+#~ "You have to run \"mysql_upgrade\" after the upgrade, else tables can be  "
+#~ "corrupted! This script also enhances the privilege tables but is not  "
+#~ "supposed to give any user more rights that he had before,"
+#~ msgstr ""
+#~ "Po aktualizaci ještě musíte spustit \"mysql_upgrade\", protože jinak by "
+#~ "se tabulky mohly narušit! Tento skript také rozšiřuje tabulky privilegií, "
+#~ "ovšem neměl by uživatelům přidat více práv, než měli dosud."
+
+#~ msgid "Please also read http://www.mysql.com/doc/en/Upgrade.html";
+#~ msgstr "Také si přečtěte http://www.mysql.com/doc/en/Upgrade.html";
+
+#~ msgid ""
+#~ "MySQL will only install if you have a non-numeric hostname that is "
+#~ "resolvable via the /etc/hosts file. E.g. if the \"hostname\" command "
+#~ "returns \"myhostname\" then there must be a line like \"10.0.0.1 "
+#~ "myhostname\"."
+#~ msgstr ""
+#~ "MySQL se nainstaluje pouze v případě, že používáte nenumerické jméno "
+#~ "počítače, které se dá přeložit přes soubor /etc/hosts. Např. když příkaz "
+#~ "\"hostname\" vrátí \"diamond\", tak v /etc/hosts musí existovat obdobný "
+#~ "řádek jako \"10.0.0.1 diamond\"."
+
+#~ msgid ""
+#~ "A new mysql user \"debian-sys-maint\" will be created. This mysql account "
+#~ "is used in the start/stop and cron scripts. Don't delete."
+#~ msgstr ""
+#~ "Bude vytvořen nový mysql uživatel \"debian-sys-maint\". Tento mysql účet "
+#~ "se používá ve startovacích, ukončovacích a cronových skriptech. Nemažte "
+#~ "jej."
+
+#~ msgid ""
+#~ "Please remember to set a PASSWORD for the MySQL root user! If you use a /"
+#~ "root/.my.cnf, always write the \"user\" and the \"password\" lines in "
+#~ "there, never only the password!"
+#~ msgstr ""
+#~ "Nezapomeňte nastavit heslo pro účet administrátora MySQL! Používáte-li /"
+#~ "root/.my.cnf, vždy zde zadejte jak řádek \"user\", tak řádek \"password"
+#~ "\". Nikdy zde nezadávejte jenom heslo!"
+
+#~ msgid ""
+#~ "Should I remove the complete /var/lib/mysql directory tree which is used "
+#~ "by all MySQL versions, not necessarily only the one you are about to "
+#~ "purge?"
+#~ msgstr ""
+#~ "Mám odstranit kompletní adresářový strom /var/lib/mysql, který se používá "
+#~ "pro všechny verze MySQL, tedy ne nutně pouze pro verzi, kterou se "
+#~ "chystáte vyčistit?"

=== added file 'storage/xtradb/build/debian/po/da.po'
--- a/storage/xtradb/build/debian/po/da.po	1970-01-01 00:00:00 +0000
+++ b/storage/xtradb/build/debian/po/da.po	2010-02-18 23:51:40 +0000
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+#
+#    Translators, if you are not familiar with the PO format, gettext
+#    documentation is worth reading, especially sections dedicated to
+#    this format, e.g. by running:
+#         info -n '(gettext)PO Files'
+#         info -n '(gettext)Header Entry'
+#    Some information specific to po-debconf are available at
+#            /usr/share/doc/po-debconf/README-trans
+#         or http://www.debian.org/intl/l10n/po-debconf/README-trans#
+#    Developers do not need to manually edit POT or PO files.
+#
+# Claus Hindsgaul <claus_h@xxxxxxxx>, 2005, 2006.
+# Claus Hindsgaul <claus.hindsgaul@xxxxxxxxx>, 2006, 2007.
+msgid ""
+msgstr ""
+"Project-Id-Version: mysql-dfsg-4.1\n"
+"Report-Msgid-Bugs-To: percona-xtradb-dfsg-5.1@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx\n"
+"POT-Creation-Date: 2010-02-15 17:10-0500\n"
+"PO-Revision-Date: 2007-05-30 22:41+0200\n"
+"Last-Translator: Claus Hindsgaul <claus.hindsgaul@xxxxxxxxx>\n"
+"Language-Team: Danish\n"
+"MIME-Version: 1.0\n"
+"Content-Type: text/plain; charset=ISO-8859-1\n"
+"Content-Transfer-Encoding: 8bit\n"
+"X-Generator: KBabel 1.11.4\n"
+
+#. Type: boolean
+#. Description
+#: ../percona-xtradb-server-5.1.templates:2001
+msgid "Really proceed with downgrade?"
+msgstr "�sker du virkelig at forts�e nedgraderingen?"
+
+#. Type: boolean
+#. Description
+#: ../percona-xtradb-server-5.1.templates:2001
+msgid "A file named /var/lib/mysql/debian-*.flag exists on this system."
+msgstr ""
+"Der er en fil med navnet  /var/lib/mysql/debian-*.flag p�ette system."
+
+#. Type: boolean
+#. Description
+#: ../percona-xtradb-server-5.1.templates:2001
+msgid ""
+"Such file is an indication that a mysql-server package with