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Pluggable application, which puts a python stack trace in the SQL query as a comment (useful for debugging)

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Pluggable application, which puts a python stack trace in the SQL query as a comment (useful for debugging).

For more details see http://adw0rd.com/2012/django-sql-stacktrace/en/

After installed you can see in processlist a SQL-query and comment with python stack trace:

watch -n1 mysqladmin processlist --verbose

Or you can see in a log files, such as log_slow_queries or log-bin (aka ‘binlog’).

How to install this wonderful package?

Install from http://pypi.python.org/pypi/django-sql-stacktrace/:

pip install django-sql-stacktrace

Or install the dev-version from GitHub:

pip install -e git://github.com/adw0rd/django-sql-stacktrace.git#egg=sqlstacktrace

Add to settings.py:

INSTALLED_APPS = (
    'sqlstacktrace',
)

SQL_STACKTRACE = True

Start runserver or any other server:

./manage.py runserver 8000

I wish you a successful debugging!

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