Henrik Zagerholm wrote:
> >You can always ignore NOTICE. grep is your friend. :-)
> True, but usually I like to have my ERROR messages to stderr and INFO
> to stdout.
But it's not true in PostgreSQL. All ereport() messages are sent to
stderr. In some scripts, the -e (echo) is used to print command to
stdout. Like I said, you need to "| grep -v" your stderr output.
Euler Taveira de Oliveira
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