NAME

Pgtools - It's a yet another command-line tool for PostgreSQL operation.

SYNOPSIS

pg_kill $ pg_kill -kill -print -mq "like\s'\%.*\%'" "192.168.32.12,5432,postgres,,dvdrental" ------------------------------- Killed-pid: 11590 At : 2016/03/21 01:32:29 Query : SELECT * FROM actor WHERE last_name like '%a%'; Killed matched queries!

pg_config_diff $ pg_config_diff "192.168.33.21,5432,postgres,," "192.168.33.22,,,," "192.168.33.23,5432,postgres,,dvdrental" <Setting Name> 192.168.33.21 192.168.33.22 192.168.33.23 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- max_connections 50 100 100 shared_buffers 32768 16384 65536 tcp_keepalives_idle 8000 7200 10000 tcp_keepalives_interval 75 75 10 wal_buffers 1024 512 2048

pg_fingerprint $ pg_fingerprint queries_file SELECT * FROM user WHERE id = ?; SELECT * FROM user2 WHERE id = ? LIMIT ?; SELECT * FROM user2 WHERE point = ?; SELECT * FROM user2 WHERE expression IS ?;

DESCRIPTION

Pgtools is composed of 3 commands which is pg_kill, pg_config_diff, pg_fingerprint.

- pg_kill shows the specified queries during execution by regular expression and other options. And also kill these specifid queries by -kill option. - pg_config_diff command needs more than 2 argument which is string to specify the PostgreSQL databases. - pg_fingerprint command converts the values into a placeholders.

LICENSE

    Copyright (C) Otsuka Tomoaki.

    This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
    it under the same terms as Perl itself.

AUTHOR

Otsuka Tomoaki <otsuka.t.2013@gmail.com>