Projects / pgBadger


pgBadger is a fast PostgreSQL log analyzer that generates detailed reports with charts.

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Recent releases

  •  04 May 2014 15:16

    Release Notes: This release fixes several issues and adds several new features, like support to named PREPARE/EXECUTE queries replaced by their real statements. pgBadger is now able to parse remote logfiles using a passwordless ssh connection, and locally generate the reports. Histogram granularity can be adjusted using the -A commandline option. The xz compression format is supported. The week/day menu is changed in the incremental index, and is now represented as usual with a calendar view per month. Fix were made for various compatibility issue with Windows and Perl 5.8.

    •  06 Feb 2014 15:55

      Release Notes: This new major release adds some new features like incremental mode and a SQL queries times histogram. There is also an hourly graphic representation of the count and average duration of top normalized queries, and the same for errors or events (you will be able to see graphically at which hours they are occurring the most often).

      •  08 Nov 2013 07:51

        Release Notes: This release fixes two major bugs and some other minor issues. There's also a new command line option --exclude-appname that allow exclusion from the report of queries generated by a specific program, like pg_dump. Documentation has been updated with a new chapter about building incremental reports.

        •  31 Oct 2013 09:54

          Release Notes: This major version comes with a bunch of new features including a complete overhaul for the HTML reports, some new statistics, compatibility with PostgreSQL 9.3, and Time Period Exclusion.

          •  17 Sep 2013 08:45

            Release Notes: Major bugs in vacuum and checkpoint graphs were fixed along with some other minor bugs.


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