Percona Playback is a tool for executing a set of queries against a database in as realistic a way as possible to simulate production load.
Percona Playback is designed to take captured database load in the form of a MySQL slow query log or a tcpdump capture of MySQL protocol traffic and replay that load against a different database server. It can be used to benchmark server options, different MySQL versions or variants and be useful to developers in testing patches to the server that are meant to improve performance.
It's goal is to make it easier to replay load captured from production environments, something which has been tricky in the past. You can also alter how the load is played back: accurate, as fast as possible etc.
All bugs Latest bugs reported
Bug #1279525: Add support to have queries replayed across more than one schema
Reported on 2014-02-12
Bug #1269557: stalls after roughly 900K queries
Reported on 2014-01-15
Bug #1265181: 0.7 is not available in repositories
Reported on 2013-12-31
Bug #1252929: mysqlclient reconnects without using last seen database
Reported on 2013-11-20
Bug #1231391: Add ability to only execute SELECT statements to keep slave servers warm
Reported on 2013-09-26
All blueprints Latest blueprints
Provide the possibility to load or unload a module
Registered on 2012-10-03
Initial features set
Registered on 2012-07-03