yes you can log every SQL statement.
Just edit the postgresql.conf and delete the remark (#) from the following line:
#log_statement = false
Then restart postgres.
After this you can find every statement in the postgresql.log. On Gentoo you can
find this log in /var/lib/postgresql/data.
But keep in mind that logging every statement takes a lot of time.
On Wed, 22 Sep 2004 15:51:35 +1000
Theo Galanakis <Theo(dot)Galanakis(at)lonelyplanet(dot)com(dot)au> wrote:
> Is there a log file, or a method of logging all the SQL statements a
> postgres server processes. I can look at pg_stat_activity which tells me
> each postgres process and the current query running, however I wanted to see
> a log file, similar to SQL Servers Profiler, where I can capture all the SQL
> being run. I guess I could write some external process to poll the
> pg_stat_activity and collect current processors and SQL commands being run.
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