pgBadger 6.0

PostgreSQL log analyzer
pgBadger is a handy, easy to use PostgreSQL log analyzer that was created for speed and with fully detailed reports from your PostgreSQL logs.

pgBadger is created using Perl and uses a JavaScript library to draw graph so you don;t need any additional Perl modules.

pgBadger can autodetect your log file format (syslog, stderr or csvlog). It is designed to parse huge log files as well as gzip compressed file.

Main features:

  • Analyze statistics.
  • View entries
  • View errors

last updated on:
August 13th, 2014, 7:46 GMT
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281 KB
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pgBadger - Usage screen for the application when running it from a Terminal window.
What's New in This Release:
  • Javascript improvement to use only one call of sql_select and sql_format. Use jQuery selector instead of getElementById to avoid js errors when not found. Thanks to Julien Rouhaud for the patches.
  • Add -R | --retention command line option to set the maximum number of week reports to preserve in the output directory for incremental mode. Thanks to Kong Man for the feature request.
  • Session count is immediately decreased when a FATAL error is received in the current session to prevent overcount of simultaneous session number. Thanks to Josh Berkus for the report.
  • Fix issue in incremental mode when parsing is stopped after rotating log and rotated log has new lines. The new file was not parsed at all. Thanks to CZAirwolf for the report.
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