Ericson Smith wrote:
> Currently we are logging SQL statements for profiling purposes. We now
> get something like this:
> 2004-05-26 13:27:51  LOG: statement: SELECT * FROM cache_62
> WHERE key='6832271710644150012240e7153b6f62'
> 2004-05-26 13:27:51  LOG: duration: 0.733 ms
> Is there a way to get the duration into the statement line as well?
> Sometimes the logging overlaps, so its difficult to decide which
> duration applies to which statement, even though the have the PID in there.
Sure, set log_min_duration_statement to 0. That is new in 7.4.
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