Monitor Postgres servers using Site24x7 and gain in-depth visibility into critical performance metrics.
PostgreSQL is an ORDBMS server whose primary function is to store data securely, and allows retrieval at the request of other software applications. Analyze and optimize your Postgres server by configuring our Postgres plugin and proactively monitor the availability and performance of business-crtical Postgres database server.
This document details how to configure the PostgreSQL plugin and the monitoring metrics for providing in-depth visibility into the performance, availability, and usage stats of Postgres servers.
Postgres performance monitoring metrics:
Take informed troubleshooting decisions by keeping track of critical Postgres metrics including:
Idle user count
The total number of users/back ends connected to the database that are currently idle.
Active user count
The total number of users/back ends connected to the database that are currently in active state. Along with the idle user count metric, this metric will allow us to get the whole picture about the different server users.
Database conflict count
The total number of queries canceled due to conflicts with data recovery ocurring across all databases in the Postgres server.
Database cache usage ratio
The usage rate of cache is calculated using the formula SUM (blks_hit) / SUM (blks_read).
Total number of transactions that have been rolled back across all databases.
Total number of transactions that have been committed across all databases.
Total number of buffers written directly by a back end.
Total number of buffers written during checkpoints.
Total number of scheduled checkpoints that have been performed.
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