My employer is evaluating RT. So, we have a test instance set up, of course, and it’s in a working state. The application is written in Perl with the Mason framework, it has support for many databases (including PostgreSQL), and generally has a decent feature set.
We need to migrate from our previous system, so we need to import the data into RT. RT’s tools and APIs do not meet our importing needs, so we look into the schema to do the import directly. I decide the easiest way to figure out how the schema fits together is to just turn on query logging. So, we reload the page, and all of a sudden a deluge of output appears in our “tail -f”. At first I thought it was just the normal number of queries generated by some abstraction layer, and we could dig through them. But it was about 700 queries.