On Wednesday August 25 2004 4:25, Andrew Dunstan wrote:
> From: "Ed L." <pgsql(at)bluepolka(dot)net>
> >To: pgsql-patches(at)postgresql(dot)org
> >This patch against 8.0.0beta1 source adds log_line_prefix options for
> >millisecond timestamps (%m), remote host (%h), and remote port (%P).
> > The milliseconds are useful for QPS measurements, and the remote port
> > is worthless to us as part of %r.
> I don't understand what you mean by the remote port being
> "worthless to us as part of %r." Please explain.
"Worthless to us as part of %r" means we don't use the remote port, and
would rather not have it in our logs. With %h, we can log what we want
(hostname/IP), and others can still get both ip and port if they like with
"%h(%P)" or "%r".
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