"Guillaume Smet" <guillaume(dot)smet(at)gmail(dot)com> writes:
> As explained in the previous thread, we used to play with log_duration
> and log_min_error_statement to have the following behaviour:
> - log every duration so that we can have a global overview of the
> database activity;
> - log statement only for slowest queries.
I really find it pretty bizarre to want to log a duration without
logging the statement that caused it. Seems like the
log_min_duration_statement parameter ought to be enough. These logging
options are already messy and unintuitive, and adding still more odd
frammishes doesn't help that ...
Changing code without changing the associated comments isn't a good way
to get your ideas accepted, either, eg here:
/* Only print duration if we previously printed the statement. */
! if ((log_statement == LOGSTMT_ALL && save_log_duration == LOGDRTN_LOGGED) || save_log_duration == LOGDRTN_ALL)
The patch makes that comment a lie. This is not acceptable coding practice.
regards, tom lane
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