Paris, 21 March 2019
Release of temBoard 3.0, the powerful PostgreSQL management tool developed inside Dalibo Labs!
New feature: Maintenance
The maintenance plugin gives the users an overview on the databases, schemas, tables or indexes respective sizes. It is very useful to get information about bloat and toast. It helps users determine potential issues and understand or prevent performance issues due to unaccordingly used space. The plugin also provides easy access to maintenance actions such as VACUUM, ANALYZE or REINDEX in order to fix space or performance problems.
More about the maintenance plugin.
Enhancement of the interface
temBoard’s interface is still improving. The 3.0 version lays out the instances as a grid on the homepage in order to better manage large database fleet. The sidebar is now collapsible to put forward the page’s content. Moreover the homepage and the dashboard can be displayed in full screen mode which is more suitable when using a supervision screen.
Many other improvements and bug fixes are included, among which:
- Limit double authentication to not read only APIs,
- New monitoring probes: replication lag and connection, temporary files,
- Show number of waiting/blocking req in activity tabs,
pg_ident.confedition removed from pgconf plugin.
More about this version’s CHANGELOG.
An easier installation
Installing temBoard and its agent is simpler thanks to its auto configuration script and clean documentation. The rpm and debian packages are available in the Dalibo Labs deposits.
Find out more information in the online documentation of temboard.
You can find the demo for this new version of temBoard on our Youtube page. Watch it by clicking the image below.
- Website: http://dali.bo/temboard
- GitHub: https://github.com/dalibo/temboard
temBoard is mainly developed by Julien Tachoires, Étienne Bersac and Pierre Giraud.
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