There are some cases where you might want to get your own copy of explain.depesz.com. You might not trust me with your explains. You might want to use it without internet access. Or you just want to play with it, and have total control over the site.
Installing, while obvious to me, and recently described by John Poole, is not always 100% clear. So, I decided to write about how to set it up, from scratch.
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I just updated explain.depesz.com – my tool for analysis of explain analyze plans.
New feature is: you can now create accounts.
Continue reading explain.depesz.com – update, new (great!) feature
So, I made some changes to explain.depesz.com, and while informing about it, I'd like to brag a bit about numbers, again 🙂
Continue reading Changes on explain.depesz.com
Thanks to enormous work done by Łukasz ‘metys' Lewandowski, explain.depesz.com page is no longer “desiged by depesz" (which is a code for “ugly as hell"), but is nice, and good looking.
If you like it, please do send some thank you note to Łukasz – he blogs in Polish, but he reads and understands English too.
Change is not only skin deep. The whole site has been rewritten, and uses now Mojolicious web framework instead of Catalyst.
This change should be a welcome surprise to anyone willing to setup their own copy of the site for top-secret plans from their company – mostly because number of dependencies dropped significantly.
All in all – have fun, and thanks for using the site.