Antananarivo, Madagascar - January 23th, 2022
pgBadger is a PostgreSQL performance analyzer, built for speed with fully detailed reports based on your PostgreSQL log files.
pgBadger 11.7 was released today, this release of pgBadger fixes some issues reported by users since past five months as well as some improvements.
--no-progressbaroption to not display it but keep the other outputs.
--day-reportthat can be used to rebuild an HTML report over the specified day. Like option
--month-reportbut only for a day. It requires the incremental output directories and the presence of all necessary binary data files. The value is date in format:
For the complete list of changes, please checkout the release note on https://github.com/darold/pgbadger/releases/tag/v11.7
I would like to thank all users who submitted patches and users who reported bugs and feature requests, they are all cited the ChangeLog file.
pgBadger is an open project. Any contribution to build a better tool is welcome. You just have to send your ideas, features requests or patches using the GitHub tools or directly to firstname.lastname@example.org.
For a complete list of commercial support near of your place take a look at the PostgreSQL Professional Services page, they all do great job and most of them can help you.
About pgBadger :
pgBagder is a new generation log analyzer for PostgreSQL, created by Gilles Darold (also author of ora2pg, the powerful migration tool). pgBadger is a fast and easy tool to analyze your SQL traffic and create HTML5 reports with dynamics graphs. pgBadger is the perfect tool to understand the behavior of your PostgreSQL servers and identify which SQL queries need to be optimized.
Docs, Download & Demo at http://pgbadger.darold.net/