Posts Tagged "monitoring"

pgFincore 1.2, une extension PostgreSQL

pgFincore 1.2 est une extension PostgreSQL pour auditer et manipuler le cache de pages de données du système d’exploitation. L’extension a déjà une histoire de 7 ans d’utilisation, avec des évolutions correspondant aux besoins de production. Télécharger ici la dernière version 1.2, compatible avec PostgreSQL 9.6.

How to check the lock level taken by operations in PostgreSQL

PostgreSQL’s manual is generally pretty clear about the locks taken by various operations – but nothing’s perfect. If you need to, you can also ask PostgreSQL directly. You can check lock levels trivially with psql or PgAdmin.

Barman 1.6.1 is Released

2ndQuadrant is proud to announce the release of Barman version 1.6.1, a Backup and Recovery Manager for PostgreSQL.

Redislog: Integrating PostgreSQL with Logstash for devops real-time monitoring

During the last October’s Italian PGDay and European PostgreSQL conference, my friend Marco Nenciarini and I had the pleasure to talk about a new open source plugin for PostgreSQL, called redislog. In that presentation (“Integrating PostgreSQL with Logstash for real-time monitoring”) we provided an example of our exploration/experimentation approach, with extensive and thorough coverage of…

How monitoring of WAL archiving improves with PostgreSQL 9.4 and pg_stat_archiver

PostgreSQL 9.4 introduces a new statistic in the catalogue, called pg_stat_archiver. Thanks to the SQL language it is now possible, in an instant, to check the state of the archiving process of transactional logs (WALs), crucial component of a PostgreSQL disaster recovery system.

Detecting smelly backups with Barman

Barman, backup and recovery manager for PostgreSQL

“Ooooh that smell! Can’t you smell that smell?“. That’s a classic rock song by legends Lynyrd Skynyrd, I know. But also a warning that your new Barman 1.3.3 installation can now emit.