If you want to profile what your server has done, one of the most effective ways is to analyze the logs of what queries it executed. There are many ways you can approach that problem, and several tools available to then analyze the resulting log files.
This is what the default settings in the
postgresql.conf setting look like for the main logging setup parameters:
log_destination = 'stderr' logging_collector = off log_line_prefix = '' log_directory = 'pg_log' log_filename = 'postgresql-%Y-%m-%d_%H%M%S.log'
It's important to know what all these lines mean before changing them:
log_destination: Write server log messages to the standard error output of the process starting the server. If you started the ...