sqlcommenterAttach SQL comments to correlate user code in ORMs and SQL drivers with SQL statements
sqlcommenter is a suite of middlewares/plugins that enable your ORMs to augment SQL statements before execution, with comments containing information about the code that caused its execution. This helps in easily correlating slow performance with source code and giving insights into backend database performance. In short it provides some observability into the state of your client-side applications and their impact on the database’s server-side.
sqlcommenter provides instrumentation/wrappers to augment SQL from frameworks and ORMs. The augmented SQL provides key=‘value’ comments that help correlate usercode with ORM generated SQL statements and they can be examined in your database server logs. It provides deeper observability insights into the state of your applications all the way to your database server.
This log was extracted from a live web application
2019-05-28 11:54:50.780 PDT  LOG: statement: INSERT INTO "polls_question" ("question_text", "pub_date") VALUES ('What is this?', '2019-05-28T18:54:50.767481+00:00'::timestamptz) RETURNING "polls_question"."id" /*controller='index',db_driver='django.db.backends.postgresql', framework='django%3A2.2.1',route='%5Epolls/%24', traceparent='00-5bd66ef5095369c7b0d1f8f4bd33716a-c532cb4098ac3dd2-01', tracestate='congo%3Dt61rcWkgMzE%2Crojo%3D00f067aa0ba902b7'*/
On examining the SQL statement from above in Sample and examining the comment in
/*controller='index',db_driver='django.db.backends.postgresql', framework='django%3A2.2.1',route='%5Epolls/%24', traceparent='00-5bd66ef5095369c7b0d1f8f4bd33716a-c532cb4098ac3dd2-01', tracestate='congo%3Dt61rcWkgMzE%2Crojo%3D00f067aa0ba902b7'*/
we can now correlate and pinpoint the fields in the above slow SQL query to our source code in our web application:
||Framework version of
||W3C TraceContext.Traceparent of ‘00-5bd66ef5095369c7b0d1f8f4bd33716a-c532cb4098ac3dd2-01’|
||W3C TraceContext.Tracestate with entries congo=t61rcWkgMzE,rojo=00f067aa0ba902b7|
We support a variety of languages and frameworks such as:
We have tested the instrumentation on the following databases:
The project is hosted on Github