Tom Lane wrote:
> Bruce Momjian <pgman(at)candle(dot)pha(dot)pa(dot)us> writes:
> > I thought it needed changing for consistency. Shouldn't status messages
> > like this be INFO:
> > test=> REINDEX DATABASE test;
> > NOTICE: table "pg_class" was reindexed
> > If I do VACUUM VERBOSE, those messages are INFO.
> Yeah, *only because you said VERBOSE*. When we implemented the current
> elog level scheme, we designed INFO as non-suppressible so that it would
> mimic the previous behavior of VACUUM VERBOSE.
> If REINDEX had a VERBOSE option, it would make sense to put out the
> messages as INFO when VERBOSE was used. But it doesn't (and this is
> not a request to add one). Without VERBOSE, I think it's utterly
> unacceptable to force the messages out regardless of client_min_messages.
> NOTICE was a reasonable level, maybe LOG would be a better one. But
> not INFO.
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