What PGWatch?

PGWatch is a metrics collector and visualization solution for PostgreSQL databases. It was developed by CYBERTEC. This flexible, self-contained PostgreSQL monitoring tool brings your database monitoring to the next level.

What is Pgmonitor?

pgmonitor is an open-source monitoring solution for PostgreSQL and the systems that it runs on. pgmonitor came from the need to provide a way to easily create a visual environment to monitor all the metrics a database administrator needs to proactively ensure the health of the system.

How do I monitor a PostgreSQL database?

The Best PostgreSQL Monitoring Tools

  1. Sematext. Sematext Monitoring is a monitoring tool with support for monitoring PostgreSQL databases.
  2. Prometheus and Grafana.
  3. pganalyze.
  4. pgDash.
  5. Datadog APM.
  6. AppOptics APM.
  7. AppDynamics.
  8. ManageEngine Applications Manager.

How do I monitor Postgres with Grafana?

How to monitor your PostgreSQL database using Grafana, Prometheus & postgres_exporter.

  1. Disable SELinux.
  2. Now we need to create Grafana YUM repository.
  3. Install Grafana now using YUM.
  4. Install additional font packages.
  5. Now, enable grafana service.
  6. Check Grafana web interface.

What is pgCluu?

pgCluu is a Perl program used to perform a full audit of a PostgreSQL Cluster performances. It is divided in two parts, a collector used to grab statistics on the PostgreSQL server using psql and sar, a reports builder that will generate all HTML and charts output.

How do I see query history in PostgreSQL?

There’s no history in the database itself, if you’re using psql you can use “\s” to see your command history there. You can get future queries or other types of operations into the log files by setting log_statement in the postgresql. conf file.

Does Grafana support PostgreSQL?

Grafana ships with a built-in PostgreSQL data source plugin that allows you to query and visualize data from a PostgreSQL compatible database.

What is Shared_preload_libraries?

shared_preload_libraries is a server configuration parameter determining which libraries are to be loaded when PostgreSQL starts. Any libraries which use shared memory must be loaded via this parameter. shared_preload_libraries was added in PostgreSQL 7.4 (as preload_libraries ).

How do I show all databases in PostgreSQL?

Use \l or \l+ in psql to show all databases in the current PostgreSQL server. Use the SELECT statement to query data from the pg_database to get all databases.