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pg_web_stats

Mountable Sinatra app to render pg_stat_statements in user friendly way. Code Climate

Sponsored by Evil Martians

Features

  • Sorting by any column from pg_stat_statements
  • Filtering by database or user
  • Highlighting important queries && hidding not important queries

Installation

  1. Prepare your PG setup: enable the pg_stat_statements extension and execute CREATE EXTENSION pg_stat_statements inside the database you want to inspect. Hint: there is an awesome article about pg_stat_statements in russian.
  2. Clone the repo
  3. Fill config.yml.example with your credentians and save it as config.yml
  4. Start the app: rake server (or run rake console to have command line)
  5. ???
  6. PROFIT

Mount inside a rails app

Add this line to your application's Gemfile:

gem 'pg_web_stats', require: 'pg_web_stats_app'

Or if gem is not released yet

gem 'pg_web_stats', git: 'https://github.com/shhavel/pg_web_stats', require: 'pg_web_stats_app'

And then execute:

$ bundle

Create file config/initializers/pg_web_stats.rb

# Configure database connection
config_hash = YAML.load_file(Rails.root.join('config', 'database.yml'))[Rails.env]
PG_WEB_STATS = PgWebStats.new(config_hash)

# Restrict access to pg_web_stats with Basic Authentication
# (or use any other authentication system).
PgWebStatsApp.use(Rack::Auth::Basic) do |user, password|
  password == "secret"
end

Add to routes.rb

mount PgWebStatsApp, at: '/pg_stats'

Restart rails app and visit http://localhost:3000/pg_stats


Made by [Kir Shatrov](https://github.com/kirs), sponsored by [Evil Martians](http://evl.ms).

Thanks to Ivan Evtuhovich for advice about making this app.

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