Sure, in postgresql.conf uncomment log_min_duration_statement and set
it to whatever value you want to log. This, of course, assumes that
you're already logging for the DB.
On Thu, 23 Dec 2004 07:27:22 -0600, Jason Tesser <JTesser(at)nbbc(dot)edu> wrote:
> I am looking for a tool in postgres to monitor present and past activity. Foe example in SQLServer there is a tool that reports on all queries run in the past say 2 weeks and tells you how long they took etc.. I know I can use explain in postgres but I want to be able to track my queries in a real enviroment while the apps are using them. Is there a tool that can help me?
L. Friedman netllama(at)gmail(dot)com
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