pganalyze Log Insights
PostgreSQL logs often contain critical details about whats going on in your database. pganalyze Log Insights automatically extracts the logs into structured data, and filters any sensitive information.
Detailed Log Insights Documentation
It can be confusing working with hundreds of different log events, which is why we’ve written detailed documentation, providing additional community resources when available, as well as instructions on how to resolve critical events.
Learn more about how to handle out of memory errors, server crashes, and more. Explore the pganalyze Log Insights documentation.
Often times the most important part of debugging a query performance problem is the execution plan.
Using pganalyze Log Insights you can automatically extract the output for the auto_explain extension that comes bundled with Postgres.
There are multiple sources of getting vacuum information in Postgres. The logs contain important information about how efficient a vacuum has run, and whether there are any tuples it could not clean up.
pganalyze Log Insights automatically combines this information with the statistics data, and presents it in one unified interface.
Postgres logging can produce a variety of information, and often this contains details of the query that has run, or the information that is being inserted into the database.
Due to pganalyze Log Insights having over 100 log filters for known Postgres log events, we are able to distinguish the log message itself from any sensitive information that might be contained, and can filter out such PII before it gets stored.