pgBadger 6.1

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:
September 30th, 2014, 8:26 GMT
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284 KB
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pgBadger - Usage screen for the application when running it from a Terminal window.
What's New in This Release:
  • Change -T | --title position on pgBadger report. Title now override the pgBadger label. Thanks to Julien Rouhauld for the patch.
  • Add --file-per-query and --format-query option to write each slowest query in separate file named qryXXX.sql and perform minimal formating of the queries. Thanks to Rodolphe Quiedeville for the patch.
  • Remove debug query from explain-slowest tool.
  • Fix surge in sessions number report when an exclusion or inclusion option (dbname, user, appname, etc.) is used. Thanks to suyah for the report.
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