> I would love a way to keep track of the connections/attempted
> connections to the postmaster. I'm thinking that when the postmaster
> accept()s a connection, it can just insert a record into a table
> (system catalog or not) with the information, which can be updated
> after the authentication succeeds/fails or whatnot.
> something like 'smbstatus' for the samba system.
> So, my question is: how should I go about doing this? should I look
> into SPI, which I know nothing about? or, what.. I don't think the
> catalog cache stuff needs to be changed, it isn't as if this info
> needs to be immediately accessible.
Good question. Postmaster does not have access to the system tables, so
it can't access them. You could add a debug option to show it in the
server logs, or add it to the -d2 debug option that already shows SQL
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