Step 2: Enable pg_stat_statements
In this step we set up pg_stat_statements, which is used by pganalyze to collect Postgres query statistics.
Connect to the primary database you will be monitoring as avnadmin and run
the following SQL statement to enable the
CREATE EXTENSION IF NOT EXISTS pg_stat_statements;
Verify that pg_stat_statements returns data
As avnadmin, run the following statement:
SELECT calls, query FROM pg_stat_statements WHERE userid = current_user::regrole LIMIT 1;
If you have configured your database correctly, this will return a result like this:
calls | query -------+------- 8 | SELECT * FROM t WHERE field = ? (1 row)
If you get an error or get stuck, feel free to reach out to us: we're happy to help.
Next, we add helper functions to collect data from
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