I would like to install mysqldumpslow on our linux box. we are currently running following versions

show variables like "%version%" -> ;

protocol_version -- 10
version -- 5.1.45-community-log
version_comment -- MySQL Community Server (GPL) version_compile_machine -- x86_64
version_compile_os -- unknown-linux-gnu

Can someone help me to install mysqldumpslow step-bystep ?

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that's hard ... check this first rpm -qa | grep mysql -i
if there is match of MySQL-client-standard, you probably already have mysqldumpslow installed

if not, run yum install MySQL-client-standard


In Ubuntu, this is in the package "mysql-client" The default MySQL server install only includes mysql-client-core, which does not include mysqldumpslow.

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