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Lrauf

This will make everyone's job easier, thanks

Andy Goldschmidt

excellent, thanks !!

Dow Hardy

Why do i get a message saying:

Note that downloading log files and viewing or watching SQL Server trace files is currently not supported via the AWS Management Console. To learn how to perform these operations via the CLI, please visit the Amazon RDS User Guide.


and my logs are empty?

Varun

Much needed feature!

Troy Davis

This is pretty sweet. Nice work, and I'm glad to see that it includes error logs, not just the slow query log.

If realtime log visibility is useful to anyone, Papertrail supports a tiny standalone Play Framework app that retrieves slow query and general logs as they happen (from the related RDS tables) and sends them to Papertrail. It's basically a bridge from the MySQL log tables to remote syslog.

Docs and a video are here: http://help.papertrailapp.com/kb/hosting-services/amazon-rds

It was written by a Papertrail user to solve a problem, so it may not be the cleanest implementation, but it's great for realtime MySQL logs.

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