pg_logqueryid

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pg_logqueryid 0.0.1
Date
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Stable
Abstract
logs pg_stat_statements queryId for auto_explain
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pifor
License
PostgreSQL
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pg_queryid 0.0.1
logs pg_stat_statements queryId for auto_explain

README

pg_logqueryid

PostgreSQL extension to display pg_stat_statements queryid with auto_explain

Installation

Compiling

This module can be built using the standard PGXS infrastructure. For this to work, the pg_config program must be available in your $PATH:

git clone https://github.com/pierreforstmann/pg_logqueryid.git
cd pg_logqueryid
make
make install

PostgreSQL setup

Extension can be loaded:

In local session with LOAD 'pg_logqueryid';
Using session_preload_libraries parameter in a specific connection
At server level with shared_preload_libraries parameter.

Usage

pg_logqueryid has no specific GUC. To use it pg_stat_statements and auto_explain extensions must be loaded and configured. If this is not the case pg_logqueryid can be loaded but is not enabled.

Example

In postgresql.conf:

shared_preload_libraries = 'pg_stat_statements,auto_explain'
pg_stat_statements.max = 10000
pg_stat_statements.track = all
auto_explain.log_min_duration=0

In the current database connection:

pierre=# load 'pg_logqueryid';
LOAD

In this setup all SQL statements are auto explained and server log displays for current database session:

2020-03-28 14:47:08.633 CET [19735] LOG: pg_logqueryid: queryId=5917340101676597114
2020-03-28 14:47:08.633 CET [19735] STATEMENT: SELECT e.extname AS "Name", e.extversion AS "Version", n.nspname AS "Schema", c.description AS "Description"
FROM pg_catalog.pg_extension e LEFT JOIN pg_catalog.pg_namespace n ON n.oid = e.extnamespace LEFT JOIN
pg_catalog.pg_description c ON c.objoid = e.oid AND c.classoid = 'pg_catalog.pg_extension'::pg_catalog.regclass ORDER BY 1;
2020-03-28 14:47:08.633 CET [19735] LOG: duration: 0.066 ms plan:
Query Text: SELECT e.extname AS "Name", e.extversion AS "Version", n.nspname AS "Schema", c.description AS "Description"
FROM pg_catalog.pg_extension e LEFT JOIN pg_catalog.pg_namespace n ON n.oid = e.extnamespace LEFT JOIN
pg_catalog.pg_description c ON c.objoid = e.oid AND c.classoid = 'pg_catalog.pg_extension'::pg_catalog.regclass
ORDER BY 1;
Sort (cost=10.46..10.47 rows=1 width=158)
Sort Key: e.extname
-> Nested Loop Left Join (cost=0.28..10.45 rows=1 width=158)
Join Filter: (n.oid = e.extnamespace)
-> Nested Loop Left Join (cost=0.28..9.32 rows=1 width=98)
-> Seq Scan on pg_extension e (cost=0.00..1.01 rows=1 width=76)
-> Index Scan using pg_description_o_c_o_index on pg_description c (cost=0.28..8.30 rows=1 width=30)
Index Cond: ((objoid = e.oid) AND (classoid = '3079'::oid))
-> Seq Scan on pg_namespace n (cost=0.00..1.06 rows=6 width=68)
2020-03-28 14:47:08.633 CET [19735] LOG: duration: 0.739 ms statement: SELECT e.extname AS "Name", e.extversion AS "Version", n.nspname AS "Schema", c.description AS "Description"
FROM pg_catalog.pg_extension e LEFT JOIN pg_catalog.pg_namespace n ON n.oid = e.extnamespace LEFT JOIN pg_catalog.pg_description c ON c.objoid = e.oid AND c.classoid = 'pg_catalog.pg_extension'::pg_catalog.regclass
ORDER BY 1;

For this example, queryId can be checked in pg_stat_statements view:

pierre=# select queryid, query from pg_stat_statements where queryId=5917340101676597114;
queryid |
query
--------------------+-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
-----------
917340101676597114 | SELECT e.extname AS "Name", e.extversion AS "Version", n.nspname AS "Schema", c.description AS "Description"

+
| FROM pg_catalog.pg_extension e LEFT JOIN pg_catalog.pg_namespace n ON n.oid = e.extnamespace LEFT JOIN pg_catalog.pg_description c ON c.objoid = e.oid AND c.classoid = $1::pg_cata log.regclass+
| ORDER BY 1
1 row)
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