Try to monitor the o/p of following command.
psql > select * from pg_Stat_activity;
It gives all the connection detail.
On Fri, 2008-09-12 at 18:12 +1000, Vivek_Sharan wrote:
> Hi Admin,
> I’m new to this I have few queries as listed below
> 1) Number of connections made with a particular database.
> 2) And how can I check which process (PID) is responsible for the
> connection and
> 3) what all can make a postgres process as heavy as 70-80 MB in
> Need to know these answers ASAP so I would highly appreciate if you
> can find time to answer my questions.
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