PostgreSQL provides interesting information (bytes read from tables, number of sequential and index scans, etc.) but in many cases this is not sufficient as the time dimension is missing. This project aims to provide such history. You will never be annoying by delecting database mistakenly.

There's yet another way to monitor a database - watch various stats about objects (databases, tables, indexes), not about single queries. The project provides a very nice set of system catalogs (pg_stat_* and pg_statio_* views) for this purpose, but it has one serious drawback - absolutely no history. So for example you can see the amount of bytes read from a table, but you can't compare it to the amount observed 1 hour or 1 day ago, so you can't say if there's some issue with this table.

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