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::ksdwrt in Oracle and workarround in PostgreSQL::

dbms_system.ksdwrt
================
In Oracle we do have ksdwrt for writing the customized alters into alert_log file as well trace files.
These customized log information is very usefull to DBA while monitoringthe servers.

Step 1:-
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exec dbms_system.ksdwrt(2,CURRENT_DATE||'::NOTIFY:: '||' ****** Disk Space IS Very Less ... 90% Full
******');

PL/SQL procedure successfully completed.

Step 2:-
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SQL> select name,value from v$parameter where name='background_dump_dest';

NAME
--------------------------------------------------
VALUE
--------------------------------------------------
background_dump_dest
D:\ORACLE\PRODUCT\10.2.0\ADMIN\DINESH\BDUMP


Step 3:-
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From alertdinesh_log

Fri Nov 11 02:33:07 2011
11-NOV-11::NOTIFY:: ****** Disk Space IS Very Less ... 90% Full ******



In PostgreSQL, we don't have that feature. So,please find the below work arround for this in PostgreSQL.
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Step 1:-
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CREATE OR REPLACE FUNCTION PG_LOG_WRITE(MESSAGE TEXT) RETURNS BIGINT
AS
$$
select pg_file_write('pg_log/'||filename,$1,true)
from
(
SELECT
pg_ls_dir AS filename,
pg_size_pretty((pg_stat_file('pg_log/' || pg_ls_dir)).size),
(pg_stat_file('pg_log/' || pg_ls_dir)).modification
FROM
pg_ls_dir('pg_log')
WHERE
(pg_stat_file('pg_log/' || pg_ls_dir)).isdir = false
ORDER BY
modification DESC LIMIT 1
) as sub;
$$
LANGUAGE SQL;

Step 2:-
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postgres=# SELECT pg_log_write((SELECT NOW())||' ::NOTIFY:: '||E' ****** Disk Space IS Very Less ... 90% Full ****** \n');

Step 3:-
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$ tail -100f postgresql-2011-10-20_043319.log

2011-10-20 05:25:04.214368+05:30 ::NOTIFY:: ****** Disk Space IS Very Less ... 90% Full ******

Comments

  1. It works! Thanks a lot for this excellent article.
    Benny Rutten, Flanders, Belgium

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