If your MySQL database uses the InnoDB storage engine, the InnoDB Status page of the Activity drilldown contains a regularly-updated log of the output from InnoDB.
To open the InnoDB Status page
Click Activity | InnoDB Status.
An interesting architectural features of the MySQL RDBMS is the implementation of a storage engine. This allows the core MySQL engine – which is concerned with processing SQL requests – to interact with a variety of underlying, low-level, storage engines that are responsible for low level access to the underlying storage.
This architecture allows MySQL to offer the user a choice of underlying storage handlers with different capabilities and also allows external parties – other open source companies or end users themselves – to write storage handlers for special purposes.
There are a number of storage engine choices for MySQL, but the two most significant are:
The data reported can include: