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Andrey Zubkov
Andrey Zubkov ООО "Пармалогика"
: December
45 мин

An easy tool for historical workload analysis in Postgres database - pg_profile

Any DBA needs some kind of tool for historical workload analyse. Assume once at morning your monitoring team will report of sudden performance degradation at 2-3 a.m., and now you need to investigate this issue. What activities was most resource consuming within that hour? There are several tools for solving this problem, and I'll talk about one very easy and convenient tool - pg_profile. It need only a postgres database and a cron-like tool to run, and it will generate a workload profile report for your database as you need it. Ths report will be a good start point for further investigation.

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