As announced on our Twitter, we’ve scheduled our inaugural meeting for Jan 24, 2017 at 1800 hrs. The folks at CoverMyMeds will graciously provide the meeting space (and parking garage) while OpenSCG is buying the pizza!
I’m a fan of Android TV. While I didn’t blog about it, I ran out and bought a Nexus Player on day 1. And I loved it! OK, I loved it more after the upgrade to Android 6.x, but still.
You’re probably already running pgBadger to monitor your PostgreSQL logs. However, you’re probably not running it incrementally throughout the day. Most likely, you’ve setup a
cron.daily job that runs pgBadger against yesterday’s log(s). And that’s great. Except when you get the dreaded “what just happened on the db?” email. Are you going to wait until tonight’s normal run of pgBadger to see what happened? Are you going to run a ‘one off’ pgBadger against today’s logfile and wait for it to process the entire log? Or are you going to copy the log off somewhere, edit it to cut it down, and then run pgBadger against this cut-down version (hoping you left enough in the log to see proper trending)?