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LucidDB comes with a graphical performance monitoring client based on the moodss package. It can help with LucidDbPerformanceTuning.

To use it, you must first install moodss on the client machine. On a Debian-based system:

apt-get install moodss

(On Edgy Eft, there's an installation bug; after the install above, edit the file /usr/lib/Tktable2.9/pkgIndex.tcl, and replace "libTktable2.9.a" with "".)

Then (after starting the LucidDB server):

cd luciddb/ext/moodss

or to monitor a remote server:

./ jdbc:luciddb:rmi://servername

You should see something like the screenshot below: