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Postgresql Views (dynamic and collected statistics views)




Dynamic Statistics Views:-

View Name
Description
 pg_stat_activity                          
One row per server process, showing information related to the current activity of that process, such as state and current query. See pg_stat_activity for details.
pg_stat_replication                      
One row per WAL sender process, showing statistics about replication to that sender's connected standby server. See pg_stat_replication for details.
pg_stat_wal_receiver
Only one row, showing statistics about the WAL receiver from that receiver's connected server. Seepg_stat_wal_receiver for details.
pg_stat_ssl
One row per connection (regular and replication), showing information about SSL used on this connection. See pg_stat_ssl for details.


Collected Statistics Views:-


View Name
Description
pg_stat_archiver                                       
One row only, showing statistics about the WAL archiver process's activity. See pg_stat_archiver for details.
pg_stat_bgwriter
One row only, showing statistics about the background writer process's activity. See pg_stat_bgwriter for details.
pg_stat_database
One row per database, showing database-wide statistics. See pg_stat_database for details.
pg_stat_database_conflicts                                                                                     
One row per database, showing database-wide statistics about query cancels due to conflict with recovery on standby servers. See pg_stat_database_conflicts for details.
pg_stat_all_tables
One row for each table in the current database, showing statistics about accesses to that specific table. See pg_stat_all_tables for details.
pg_stat_sys_tables
Same as pg_stat_all_tables, except that only system tables are shown.
pg_stat_user_tables
Same as pg_stat_all_tables, except that only user tables are shown.
pg_stat_xact_all_tables
Similar to pg_stat_all_tables, but counts actions taken so far within the current transaction (which are not yet included in pg_stat_all_tables and related views). The columns for numbers of live and dead rows and vacuum and analyze actions are not present in this view.
pg_stat_xact_sys_tables
Same as pg_stat_xact_all_tables, except that only system tables are shown.
pg_stat_xact_user_tables
Same as pg_stat_xact_all_tables, except that only user tables are shown.
pg_stat_all_indexes
One row for each index in the current database, showing statistics about accesses to that specific index. See pg_stat_all_indexes for details.
pg_stat_sys_indexes
Same as pg_stat_all_indexes, except that only indexes on system tables are shown.
pg_stat_user_indexes
Same as pg_stat_all_indexes, except that only indexes on user tables are shown.
pg_statio_all_tables    
One row for each table in the current database, showing statistics about I/O on that specific table. See pg_statio_all_tables for details.
pg_statio_sys_tables
Same as pg_statio_all_tables, except that only system tables are shown.
pg_statio_user_tables
Same as pg_statio_all_tables, except that only user tables are shown.
pg_statio_all_indexes
One row for each index in the current database, showing statistics about I/O on that specific index. See pg_statio_all_indexes for details.
pg_statio_sys_indexes
Same as pg_statio_all_indexes, except that only indexes on system tables are shown.
pg_statio_user_indexes
Same as pg_statio_all_indexes, except that only indexes on user tables are shown.
pg_statio_all_sequences
One row for each sequence in the current database, showing statistics about I/O on that specific sequence. See pg_statio_all_sequences for details.
pg_statio_sys_sequences
Same as pg_statio_all_sequences, except that only system sequences are shown. (Presently, no system sequences are defined, so this view is always empty.)
pg_statio_user_sequences
Same as pg_statio_all_sequences, except that only user sequences are shown.
pg_stat_user_functions
One row for each tracked function, showing statistics about executions of that function. Seepg_stat_user_functions for details.
pg_stat_xact_user_functions

Similar to pg_stat_user_functions, but counts only calls during the current transaction (which are not yet included in pg_stat_user_functions).
pg_stat_progress_vacuum                                  
One row for each backend (including autovacuum worker processes) running VACUUM, showing current progress. See Section 28.4.1.








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