pgBadger is a PostgreSQL log analyzer that generates detailed reports with charts. It aims to replace and outperform the pgFouine script.
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Release Notes: This release adds four more useful reports about queries that generate locks and temporary files. Another new report about restart points and several bugsfixes or cosmetic changes. Support for parallel processing under Windows has been removed.
Release Notes: This is mainly a bugfix release, which also adds escaping of HTML code inside queries and adds Min/Max reports with Average duration in all queries reports.
Release Notes: This is a quick release to fix missing reports of most frequent errors and slowest normalized queries in the previous version published yesterday.
Release Notes: This new major release adds parallel log processing by using as many cores as desired to parse log files. The performance gain is directly related to the number of cores specified. There are also new reports for autovacuum/autoanalyze information. Many bugs have been fixed. It is no longer necessary to enable log_duration or log_min_duration log formats, as all is handled in the same report.
Release Notes: This release fixes several major issues, especially with csvlog and a memory leak with log parsing using a start date. There are also several improvements, like new reports of the number of queries by database and application. Mousing over reported queries will show database, user, remote client, and application name where they are executed. Several SQL code beautifier improvement from pgFormatter have also been merged.