It's a rails plugin that adds number of SQL queries that were done during processing request to your log. So instead of:
Completed 200 OK in 249ms (Views: 141.8ms | ActiveRecord: 9.6ms)
you will get:
Completed 200 OK in 249ms (Views: 141.8ms | ActiveRecord: 9.6ms | SQL count: 9)
Works with rails 3.0 and above.
Add in your Gemfile:
Consider including it in development group, if you want to keep your production logs intact.
This project rocks and uses MIT-LICENSE.
Kacper Cieśla (comboy)