Maatkit - Power tools for open-source databases

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Maatkit is a toolkit for users, developers, and administrators of open-source databases. Most of Maatkit’s functionality is designed for MySQL. It makes MySQL easier and safer to manage. Maatkit could be used to prove replication is working correctly, fix corrupted data, automate repetitive tasks, speed up your servers, and much more.

Maatkit is now shipping by default with many GNU/Linux distributions such as Debian and CentOS. In addition to MySQL, there is support for PostgreSQL, Memcached, and a growing variety of other databases and technologies. Its feature include:

  • Replication
  • Data Archiving, Importing, and Exporting
  • Log Analysis and Replay
  • Analyzing Queries, Schema, and Settings
  • Making Hard Things Easy



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