Easily collect and report PostgreSQL metrics for scripting, automation and troubleshooting.
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 and CSV for scripting.
Collects information about WAL archiving, BG writer, backends (waiting, idling, transaction too long), vacuum progress, replication (primary, standby, publications, subscriptions), replication slots (physical, logical)
Gathers stats about tablespaces (location, disk and inode usage), database sizes, transaction ID wraparound age, commit ratios, bloat, deadlocks, conflicts, cache hit ratio, installed extensions, disabled triggers, pg_stat_statements, blocked queries
Collects stats about last vacuum and analyze runs, changes since last vacuum, HOT update ratio, ins/upd/del ratios, seq and idx scan efficiency, table size and bloat, index hit ratio, inheritance, partition; index scans, size, bloat, definition
Extracts query execution plans, autovacuum and deadlock information from PostgreSQL log files.
Fetches RDS Metrics and Enhanced Monitoring metrics from AWS RDS databases, including AWS RDS Aurora, using CloudWatch APIs. New! Fetches metrics and information from Citus and Microsoft Azure Hyperscale Citus.
Same command-line flags and env. vars. as psql. No need to install any PostgreSQL extension. Zero-dependency, statically linked binaries for many platforms.
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