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MySQL Monitor 1.0    New  

Size:   268KB

License:   FREEWARE

Publisher:  Visit Website | More Programs

Release Date:   2016-01-28

Submit Date:   2016-01-28

OS:  Windows XP/Vista/7/8/10

Downloads:   1713

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Software Product Description

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As you may rightly guess from its name, MySQL Monitor is an application designed for monitoring the status of the MySQL database server on your Windows system. The simple application places an icon on the taskbar, which changes color depending on the service status of the server.

You may use it to install or uninstall MySQL daemon as a Windows service in addition to launching any program of your choice. You can configure the application itself to launch automatically on Windows startup if you like.

The icon that MySQL daemon places on the taskbar features a leaping dolphin, with the background changing color depending on the service status. White color indicates the service has not been installed. When the service is starting, the background appears light blue, and it changes to green when the service is running. When the service is stopping, the background changes to yellow while it becomes red when the service is stopped.

Please note that you need to launch MySQL Monitor with administrator rights for it to run properly. As the application launches, its window will let you know whether it has been started with administrator rights and the status of some of its settings. You will see the usual UAC shield on the lower left corner of the application window when it is launched with the administrator rights.

Right-clicking on the application icon on the taskbar displays a context menu showing different things depending on the current status, events and settings. For example, the option to start the MySQL service only appears when the color status shows it is off while the option to stop it is only available when the service is running. You may also start your favorite application only when the service is running.

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