On ons, 2009-08-26 at 22:13 -0400, Tom Lane wrote:
> Seems to me it would be too chatty to be useful, at least for people who
> set more than one or two things in postgresql.conf. Would it be that
> hard to track which values actually changed? Without having looked at
> the code, I'm thinking that much of the infrastructure must be there
> already now that we have support for undoing commented-out settings.
Found an easy solution; see attached patch.
On a related note, I suggest reverting or revising this logging change:
Putting the reason for an error or warning into the detail part is not
acceptable style, IMO.
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