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pgmetrics 1.10 released

PostgreSQL Core Team via PostgreSQL Announce
pgmetrics 1.10 released
 

pgmetrics 1.10 released

Hello All,

We're happy to announce the release of v1.10 of pgmetrics. Changes since the v1.9 release include:

  • Support for Postgres 13
  • Collect information from Citus and Microsoft Azure Hyperscale Citus (more info here [1])
  • Support for CSV-format logs
  • Support for processing multiple log files in one run
  • Option to collect from all available databases of a cluster
  • Option to specify lock timeout
  • Various bug fixes

You can get the latest release from GitHub [2].

Thanks to all the people who pitched in with bug reports, suggestions and patches! Keep it coming!

About pgmetrics

pgmetrics is an open-source, zero-dependency, single-binary tool that can collect a lot of information and statistics from a running PostgreSQL server and display it in easy-to-read text format or export it as JSON or CSV for scripting, monitoring and automation.

Learn more at https://pgmetrics.io/, or see a sample report here [3].

pgmetrics is an open-source project of RapidLoop [4].

[1] https://pgmetrics.io/docs/citus.html [2] https://github.com/rapidloop/pgmetrics/releases [3] https://pgmetrics.io/docs/index.html#example [4] https://www.rapidloop.com

Regards, -Mahadevan