I have an application which uses PostgreSQL. I want to monitor all the queries that the application sends to the database. Is there a way to monitor the queries sent?


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You can point pgAdmin4 at your PostgreSQL server, it has a dashboard you can use. You can then drill down in a session to see the query.

If thats not what you are looking for then I guess a logging solution would be what you need like pg_stat_statements.

  • How would one log pg_stat_statements? I mean - if @Axel wants to monitor all queries, and was going to do that by logging pg_stat_statements, how would they do so such that all queries were captured?
    – baxx
    Mar 7, 2023 at 16:23

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