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Re: Database size in specific metrics

From: Ashish Karalkar <ashish(dot)karalkar(at)netcore(dot)co(dot)in>
To: pgsql-novice(at)postgresql(dot)org
Subject: Re: Database size in specific metrics
Date: 2010-08-30 13:12:04
Message-ID: 4C7BAE24.4050809@netcore.co.in (view raw or flat)
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*for i in `psql -t -c "select datname from pg_catalog.pg_database d" |
grep -v template0 | grep -v template1`; do echo $i;psql -d $i -t -c
"SELECT pg_database_size('$i')/1024/1024 As fulldbsizeInMB;"; done*


On 08/30/2010 02:25 PM, Machiel Richards wrote:
> Good day all
>
>      I am really hoping that someone can help me out here.
>
>
>      I have a server (as example) with 24 postgresql databases running
> on it. Each database differs in size from a couple of kb to a couple
> of Gb.
>
>       When using these different sizes to try and create charts which
> will show the database growth, I am having some issues.
>
>
>         The reason for this is that all the values are stored / noted
> in the spreadsheets with the specific metric such as kb, mb,etc...
> next to it in order to differentiate between them.
>
>
>          In order to be able to create the chart, the values however
> must only contain the numeric values with no metric values.
>
>
>          I am running the following commands to retrieve the database
> sizes:
>
>            *for i in `psql -t -c "select datname from
> pg_catalog.pg_database d" | grep -v template0 | grep -v template1`; do
> echo $i;psql -d $i -t -c "SELECT
> pg_size_pretty(pg_database_size('$i')) As fulldbsize;"; done*
>
>         My question:
>
>            Does anybody know of a method to retrieve the sizes,
> however , by specifying in which metric it should be displayed? (i.e.
> 1Gb will be returned as 1024Mb).
>
>
>       I would really appreciate it if someone can assist with this.
>
>
> Regards
> Machiel
>
>


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With Regards
Ashish Karalkar

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