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Re: March meeting in 10 days!

From: Brian Kurle <bk(at)travelingbits(dot)com>
To: gabrielle <gorthx(at)gmail(dot)com>
Cc: Postgresql PDX_Users <pdxpug(at)postgresql(dot)org>
Subject: Re: March meeting in 10 days!
Date: 2011-03-07 21:00:21
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On Mar 7, 2011, at 12:28 PM, gabrielle wrote:

> PDXPUG:  March Meeting
> 
> This month's meeting marks the third installment in our "Founders
> Series".  I'll be test-driving the talk I'm giving at PgCon.
> 
> When: 7-9pm Thu Mar 17, 2011
> Where: FreeGeek
> Who: Gabrielle Roth
> What: PostgreSQL Logging
> 
> Logging is an important part of your database monitoring suite,
> providing historical information for troubleshooting and forensic
> purposes: which user logged in when, what queries they ran and how
> long they took, when the database restarted. PostgreSQL offers
> different file format, message format, and message content options for
> logging. These options can be kind of overwhelming for the first-time
> user. We'll walk through the various configuration parameters to help
> you figure out how to get what you need in a format that's useful to
> you. Then we'll discuss some solutions (pgFouine and friends) for
> extracting information from your logs.
> 
> (Green?) beer afterwards at the Lucky Lab.  See you there!PDXPUG:  March Meeting
> 
> This month's meeting marks the third installment in our "Founders
> Series".  I'll be test-driving the talk I'm giving at PgCon.
> 
> When: 7-9pm Thu Mar 17, 2011
> Where: FreeGeek
> Who: Gabrielle Roth
> What: PostgreSQL Logging
> 
> Logging is an important part of your database monitoring suite,
> providing historical information for troubleshooting and forensic
> purposes: which user logged in when, what queries they ran and how
> long they took, when the database restarted. PostgreSQL offers
> different file format, message format, and message content options for
> logging. These options can be kind of overwhelming for the first-time
> user. We'll walk through the various configuration parameters to help
> you figure out how to get what you need in a format that's useful to
> you. Then we'll discuss some solutions (pgFouine and friends) for
> extracting information from your logs.
> 
> (Green?) beer afterwards at the Lucky Lab.  See you there!
> 
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