Embedded InnoDB: querying the configuration

I am rather excited about being able to do awesome things such as this to get the current configuration of your server:

drizzle> SELECT NAME,VALUE 
    -> FROM DATA_DICTIONARY.INNODB_CONFIGURATION
    ->  WHERE NAME IN ("data_file_path", "data_home_dir");
+----------------+-------+
| NAME           | VALUE |
+----------------+-------+
| data_file_path | NULL  | 
| data_home_dir  | ./    | 
+----------------+-------+
2 rows in set (0 sec)

drizzle> SELECT NAME,VALUE
    -> FROM DATA_DICTIONARY.INNODB_CONFIGURATION
    -> WHERE NAME IN ("data_file_path", "data_home_dir");
+----------------+-------+
| NAME           | VALUE |
+----------------+-------+
| data_file_path | NULL  | 
| data_home_dir  | ./    | 
+----------------+-------+
2 rows in set (0 sec)

drizzle> SELECT NAME,VALUE 
    -> FROM DATA_DICTIONARY.INNODB_CONFIGURATION 
    -> WHERE NAME = "io_capacity";
+-------------+-------+
| NAME        | VALUE |
+-------------+-------+
| io_capacity | 200   | 
+-------------+-------+
1 row in set (0 sec)

Coming soon: status in a table.

(this is for the upcoming embedded_innodb plugin, which using the API provided by Embedded InnoDB to implement a Storage Engine for Drizzle)

One thought on “Embedded InnoDB: querying the configuration

  1. Thanks You for the update.
    I will keep updating in wiki.. but yet to catchup with all of you.

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