AnalyticDB for PostgreSQL allows you to use the SQL audit feature to view SQL statement details and audit SQL statements on a regular basis. The SQL audit feature does not affect instance performance.
SQL audit records all data manipulation language (DML) and data description language (DDL) operations. The system captures such operations by analyzing data transmitted over network protocols. A few records may be lost when a large number of SQL queries are sent to database instances.
- SQL audit logs are retained for 30 days.
- By default, the SQL audit feature is disabled. After this feature is enabled, you are charged additional fees. For more information, see AnalyticDB for PostgreSQL Pricing.
- Log on to the AnalyticDB for PostgreSQL console.
- In the upper-left corner of the page, select the region where the desired instance resides from the drop-down list.
- Find the instance and click its ID in the Instance Name column.
- In the left-side navigation pane of the instance details page, click Security Controls.
- Click the SQL Audit tab, and click Enable SQL Audit.
- In the message that appears, click OK to enable the SQL audit feature.
- After you enable the SQL audit feature, you can query SQL information based on conditions that you specify in the Select Time Range, DB, User, and Keyword fields.
- To disable the SQL audit feature, click Disable SQL Audit on the SQL Audit tab.
Related API operations
|ModifySQLCollectorPolicy||Enables or disables the SQL collection feature for an AnalyticDB for PostgreSQL instance.|