SHOW STATUS syntax

SHOW STATUS [ LIKE pattern ]

SHOW STATUS displays a number of useful performance counters. IO and CPU counters will only be available if searchd was started with –iostats and –cpustats switches respectively.

mysql> SHOW STATUS;
+--------------------+-------+
| Counter            | Value |
+--------------------+-------+
| uptime             | 216   |
| connections        | 3     |
| maxed_out          | 0     |
| command_search     | 0     |
| command_excerpt    | 0     |
| command_update     | 0     |
| command_keywords   | 0     |
| command_persist    | 0     |
| command_status     | 0     |
| agent_connect      | 0     |
| agent_retry        | 0     |
| queries            | 10    |
| dist_queries       | 0     |
| query_wall         | 0.075 |
| query_cpu          | OFF   |
| dist_wall          | 0.000 |
| dist_local         | 0.000 |
| dist_wait          | 0.000 |
| query_reads        | OFF   |
| query_readkb       | OFF   |
| query_readtime     | OFF   |
| avg_query_wall     | 0.007 |
| avg_query_cpu      | OFF   |
| avg_dist_wall      | 0.000 |
| avg_dist_local     | 0.000 |
| avg_dist_wait      | 0.000 |
| avg_query_reads    | OFF   |
| avg_query_readkb   | OFF   |
| avg_query_readtime | OFF   |
+--------------------+-------+
29 rows in set (0.00 sec)

An optional LIKE clause is supported. Refer to SHOW META syntax for its syntax details.