Bug #38950 Quan shows no Execution time for "fast" queries on Windows
Submitted: 21 Aug 2008 21:04 Modified: 13 Jan 2010 20:36
Reporter: Bill Weber Email Updates:
Status: Closed Impact on me:
None 
Category:MySQL Enterprise Monitor: Agent Severity:S3 (Non-critical)
Version:2.0.0.7032 OS:Microsoft Windows
Assigned to: Kay Roepke CPU Architecture:Any

[21 Aug 2008 21:04] Bill Weber
Description:
On Windows, fast queries show as taking no time to execute on the Query Analysis tab (Execution = 0.000). Note, the reason for this is that glib uses GetSystemTimeAsFileTime() which has a 10ms accuracy.

How to repeat:
- install and start dashboard
- install and start an agent on Windows with query analysis turned on
- run some small/fast queries through the proxy
- go to Query Analysis page on dashboard
| notice Execution time = 0.000

Suggested fix:
 use something like this for windows:
 LARGE_INTEGER freq;
 LARGE_INTEGER startTime, endTime;
 LARGE_INTEGER elapsedTime, elapsedMilliseconds;
 QueryPerformanceFrequency(&freq);
 QueryPerformanceCounter(&startTime);
 / run code here
 QueryPerformanceCounter(&endTime);
 elapsedTime = endTime - startTime;
 elapsedMilliseconds = (1000 * elapsedTime) / freq;
[20 Aug 2009 17:43] MC Brown
A note has been added to the documentation in the QA chapter on this issue.
[8 Jan 2010 21:27] Enterprise Tools JIRA Robot


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[8 Jan 2010 21:27] Enterprise Tools JIRA Robot


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[12 Jan 2010 14:29] Enterprise Tools JIRA Robot
Kay Roepke writes: 
fix pushed to lp:mysql-proxy trunk:

classdump:mysql-proxy kroepke$ bzr missing
Using saved parent location: bzr+ssh://bazaar.launchpad.net/~mysql-proxy-developers/mysql-proxy/trunk/
You have 1 extra revision(s):
------------------------------------------------------------
revno: 949
committer: Kay Roepke <kay@sun.com>
branch nick: mysql-proxy
timestamp: Tue 2010-01-12 15:27:45 +0100
message:
  Bug#38950/EM-258: my_timer_microseconds needs adjustment for QueryPerformanceCounter frequency on windows. without adjustment it does not return microseconds, making timers fail to report the accurate values on windows
classdump:mysql-proxy kroepke$ bzr push
Using saved push location: bzr+ssh://bazaar.launchpad.net/~mysql-proxy-developers/mysql-proxy/trunk/
Pushed up to revision 949.
[12 Jan 2010 19:54] Enterprise Tools JIRA Robot
Keith Russell writes: 
Patch installed in build.
[12 Jan 2010 20:54] Enterprise Tools JIRA Robot
Keith Russell writes: 
Patch installed in build.
[13 Jan 2010 12:56] Enterprise Tools JIRA Robot
Kay Roepke writes: 
revno: 951
committer: Kay Roepke <kay@sun.com>
branch nick: mysql-proxy
timestamp: Wed 2010-01-13 13:54:53 +0100
message:
  Bug#38950/EM-258: the previous commit did not fix the issue, most likely because of value truncation during integer division. force using floating point arith and cast back to guint64. also log a critical message on windows if we seem to lack QueryPerformanceCounter support
[13 Jan 2010 19:30] Enterprise Tools JIRA Robot
Keith Russell writes: 
Patch available in builds => 2.2.0.1606.
[13 Jan 2010 20:34] Enterprise Tools JIRA Robot


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[13 Jan 2010 20:36] Enterprise Tools JIRA Robot
Bill Weber writes: 
looks like this is reporting correct times with build 2.2.0.1606 (see 1606.txt)