We recently switched our PHP Laravel application to use a DO MySQL DB.
So far so good, we have what it seems to be correct insights of the cluster and of the DB.
But in the “Logs & Queries” tab, the “Query statistics” only contains “START TRANSACTION” and “COMMIT” but not the actual queries executed by the application.
Moreover, if I execute a query with the mysql client directly, this time, I can see it in “Query statistics”.
Is it normal ? How does this “Query statistics” works ?
Thanks in advance.
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Indeed, I believe that this might be a known limitation as listed here:
You could try reaching out to the DigitalOcean support team and see if they could get that information for you on their end:
Hope that helps!