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Episode #228 - December 6, 2011

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We heard you like files, so In this episode we Git to Automatically EXPLAIN DHH's JBuilder and Report what we've seen, as well as get some Early Access to Objects. It's Ruby5!

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Rails 3.2 adds EXPLAIN logging Jump to Story

A few days ago, Xavier Noria pushed a commit into Rails master which adds automatic EXPLAIN logging for slow ActiveRecord queries, so this is in the queue for a Rails 3.2 release at some point in the future. You can configure your threshold and just watch your log files to find offendingly slow queries.

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