pgreplay 1.2.0-2ubuntu2 source package in Ubuntu


pgreplay (1.2.0-2ubuntu2) bionic; urgency=high

  * No change rebuild to pick up -fPIE compiler default

 -- Balint Reczey <email address hidden>  Tue, 03 Apr 2018 12:39:09 +0000

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pgreplay: replay PostgreSQL log files

 Reads a PostgreSQL log file (*not* a WAL file), extracts the SQL statements and
 executes them in the same order and with the original timing against a
 PostgreSQL database.
 If the execution of statements gets behind schedule, warning messages are
 issued that indicate that the server cannot handle the load in a timely
 A final report gives you a useful statistical analysis of your workload and its
 The idea is to replay a real-world database workload as exactly as possible.
 This is useful for performance tests, particularly in the following situations:
 - You want to compare the performance of your PostgreSQL application on
   different hardware or different operating systems.
 - You want to upgrade your database and want to make sure that the new database
   version does not suffer from performance regressions that affect you.

pgreplay-dbgsym: debug symbols for pgreplay