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Are there wrappers for database APIs which log the time spent on each query?



I know MySQL has an option to log slow queries for you: http://dev.mysql.com/doc/refman/5.1/en/slow-query-log.html


The MySQL slow query log could be of use. Of course you don't get a stack trace this way but it's essentially free (as in built already and not a huge performance hit).


Problem I have with this log is that legitimately slow queries, in my case usually those where I have concatenated 100's or 1000's or inserts into one query, make it hard to use in a meaningful way.

It's possible I'm using it wrong, did get much past trying it out. Fairly easy to roll my own rough timer in a DB wrapper, haven't got around to finishing this yet though.


You can get a profile (strace like) in the Percona-enhanced releases: http://www.percona.com/docs/wiki/percona-server:features:pro...

There is likely some overhead for this feature, as it needs to make more system calls (getrusage).


You should use your RDBMS for that kind of stuff, all the good ones can log everything you ever wanted to know about your database queries.




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