On 27th of March, Andrew Dunstan committed patch: Add stats for min, max, mean, stddev times to pg_stat_statements. The new fields are min_time, max_time, mean_time and stddev_time. Based on an original patch from Mitsumasa KONDO, modified by me. Reviewed by Petr Jelínek.

When working with PostgreSQL you generally want to get information about slow queries. The usual approach is to set log_min_duration_statement to some low(ish) value, run your app, and then analyze logs. But you can log to many places - flat file, ...

Three interesting patches: On 27th of March, Robert Haas committed patch: New GUC, track_iotiming, to track I/O timings. Currently, the only way to see the numbers this gathers is via EXPLAIN (ANALYZE, BUFFERS), but the plan is to add visibility through the stats collector and ...

On 4th of January, Tom Lane committed patch by Takahiro Itagaki, which adds new contrib module - pg_stat_statements: Log Message: ----------- Add contrib/pg_stat_statements for server-wide tracking of statement execution statistics.   Takahiro Itagaki