On Wed, 2011-08-24 at 16:51 +0530, Venkat Balaji wrote:
> But, the information vanishes if the application logs off.
That's why you need a tool to track this.
> I am looking for an alternative to track the total amount of the connections
> with the host IPs through a Cron job.
If you only want the number of connections, you can check_postgres.
> What could be the frequency of cron ?
I don't think you can go below one second.
> I know the best is using log_connections and log_disconnections parameters,
> but, information logged would be too high and is also IO intensive.
Sure. But if you want connection duration, that's the only way.
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