Thx a lot Nicolas,
I finaly success to log query statement because of your simple explanation.
I have other question:
1. Is there posibility to automatically logging that statement to table?
2. All of that statement is come from every database on my server,
could I know from which database that statement come?
or at least I can filter to log only from database X ?
3. If I need to log only changed made on my database, then the value of
'log_statement' is 'mod' ?
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--sorry for my bad english
----- Original Message -----
From: "Pomarede Nicolas" <npomarede(at)corp(dot)free(dot)fr>
To: "System/IJS - Joko" <system(at)ijs(dot)co(dot)id>
Sent: Friday, July 18, 2008 3:16 PM
Subject: Re: [PERFORM] log_statement at postgres.conf
> There're 2 points in your question :
> - what to log
> - where to log
> To choose 'what' to log in your case, you can change 'log_statement' to
> Then, to choose 'where' to log, you can either use the proposal in the
> first answer, or change 'log_destination' to 'stderr' and
> 'redirect_stderr' to 'on'.
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