The plugin uses SHOW FULL PROCESSLIST to display the full query and will handle the AJAX request every 10 seconds to refresh the MySQL process list and display the updated process list in the table.
Activate the plugin from the WordPress admin panel. Navigate to Tools > MySQL Process List to view current processes.
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