Mysql extended status

mysqladmin -u root -p extended-status
Useful when checking MySQL status.
Sample Output
| Variable_name                     | Value      |
| Bytes_received                    | 39344144   |
| Bytes_sent                        | 3573644966 |
| Com_admin_commands                | 6          |
| Com_delete                        | 21         |
| Com_insert                        | 789        |
| Com_show_databases                | 1          |
| Com_show_fields                   | 192        |
| Com_show_status                   | 188        |
| Com_show_tables                   | 2          |

By: rockon
2012-05-27 11:38:11

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