This article describes the reason why 0 is returned in the SQL audit query record of RDS for MySQL.
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The SQL audit feature of RDS for MySQL records executed SQL statements, including the client IP address, database name, statement account, and SQL statement. The following two situations cause the number of returned records to be 0.
No data found
The following picture shows that no data can be queried.
Data obtained from query cache
If the Query Cache is enabled, the number of records returned for queries that Cache data is 0. For more information, see configure and use the RDS for MySQL Query Cache.
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