pgBadger is a PostgreSQL log analyzer that generates detailed
performance and activity reports and charts.
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pgBadger is a log analyzer
for PostgreSQL that generates performance and activity reports.
When connected to a PostgreSQL service, the pgBadger charm receives
PostgreSQL log messages in real time and updates the reports every
The reports themselves are web pages available directly from the unit,
or proxied via another Juju service.
Deploying the pgbadger service and attaching it to a PostgreSQL service
juju deploy postgresql juju deploy pgbadger juju add-relation postgresql pgbadger juju expose pgbadger
You also need to increase the amount of logging information generated
by PostgreSQL or your reports will be empty. The following will enable
all the pgBadger features:
juju set postgresql log_min_duration_statement=0 juju set postgresql log_checkpoints=true juju set postgresql log_connections=true juju set postgresql log_disconnections=true juju set postgresql log_autovacuum_min_duration=0 juju set postgresql log_lock_waits=true
You can then browse to http://
are generated and updated. If there is database activity, the initial
reports should be available in 5 minutes.
Known Limitations and Issues
- log_temp_files is not supported by the PostgreSQL charm, so temp
file usage is not reported. Bug LP:1281600
jobs: The number of parallel tasks pgbadger uses. Set this to the
number of CPUs you want to use.
- (int) The number of parallel tasks used to generate the reports.