> On Wed, 3 June 1998, at 00:11:01, Bruce Momjian wrote:
> > 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
> > statements.
> How about something like this: a pool of shared memory where this
> information is stored, and then a view which calls a set of functions
> to return the information from the shared memory?
> Apache does something similar.
Yes, that would work. Are you looking for something to show current
backend status. What type of info would be in there?
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