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Monitoring a MySQL Server Process

, 26 Oct 2010 CPOL
An example of monitoring a Windows process
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asugix
Engineer Donatus Inc.
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I'm currently a student of Brawijaya University. I work on programming just for hobby. I learn programming since 2nd year of my college. That's when I first bought my PC on year 2004.

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