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Perl script to pull SQL statements from CommLog

From: David Gardner <David(dot)Gardner(at)yucaipaco(dot)com>
To: "pgsql-odbc(at)postgresql(dot)org" <pgsql-odbc(at)postgresql(dot)org>
Subject: Perl script to pull SQL statements from CommLog
Date: 2007-06-12 18:56:09
Message-ID: C975BFE03CC5DE4999143A5BEA9FB515021E46B3FB@yucex.lax.yucwin (view raw, whole thread or download thread mbox)
Lists: pgsql-odbc
Thought this might be usefull to others. Every once and a while I start wondering what MS Access is doing to my queries, and want to get an idea if the client app is actually using my indexes. I wrote a little Perl script to extract the SQL statements from the CommLog output to make it easy for me to copy-paste statements into pgAdmin3.  It takes the log file in as a command line parameter, and spits the SQL statements to standard out, so running it looks like this: psqlodbc_4364.log > output2.sql

Feel free to use/modify whatever. I'm not much of a Perl guy, so I won't be offended if you point out any errors/bugs.

David Gardner, IT
The Yucaipa Companies
(310) 228-2855

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#! /usr/bin/perl
# Author: David Gardner davidgardner28(at)gmail(dot)com

if ($#ARGV == -1 ) {
  print ("Usage: <source file>\n") and die;
} else {
  $fileName = $ARGV[0];
  open (SOURCE, $fileName) or die "Failed to open $fileName";

for $line (<SOURCE>) {
  if ($line =~ /query='/) {
    @fields = split(',', $line, 2);
    $query = $fields [1];
    $query =~ s/\ query='//ig;
    $query =~ s/'$//ig;
    print "$query";

close SOURCE;

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