PostgreSQL performance monitoring tool akin to top
pg_top is a console-based tool for monitoring a PostgreSQL database.
With pg_top you can:
* View currently running SQL statement of a process
* View query plan of a currently running SELECT statement
* View locks held by a process
* View user table statistics
* View user index statistics
and a cast of ... a few
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the section at the end entitled "KNOWN PROBLEMS".
If you are having any problems getting pg_top to work, please read the
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pg_top is 'top' for PostgreSQL. It is derived from Unix Top. Similar to to
Frequently Asked Questions and their Answers
1. What is pg_top?
pg_top is 'top' for PostgreSQL. It is derived from Unix Top. Similar to top,
pg_top allows you to monitor PostgreSQL processes. It also allows you to:
* View currently running SQL statement of a process.
* View query plan of a currently r
pg_top - display and update information about the top cpu
pg_top [ -ITWbcinqu ] [ -dDBNAME ] [ -hHOSTNAME ] [ -ofield ]
[ -pPORT ] [ -stime ] [ -UUSER ] [ -xcount ] [ -zusername ] [
pg_top displays the top processes on the s
ptop (3.6.2-5) unstable; urgency=low
* Applyed patch (closes: #594077)
* Adopted packages Bug-D
* Add 'A' command to re-run SQL statement and show actua
* Test on more platforms. Development has primarily been on Linux and some
attempts have been mad
This package was debianized by Adam Majer <firstname.lastname@example.org> on
Thu, 11 Dec 2007 18:52:01 -0500.
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