Thank you Achilleas for the information. I'll check those points out.
Achilleas Mantzios <achill(at)matrix(dot)gatewaynet(dot)com> wrote: Óôéò ÔåôÜñôç 18 Ïêôþâñéïò 2006 11:06, ï/ç Thusitha Kodikara Ýãñáøå:
> I would like to find the current (and very recent) SQL statements. I went
> through 'pg_stat_activity'. But it showed only the current statement I was
> issuing. Going through the defintion of 'pg_stat_activity' I came across
> pg_stat_get_backend_activity(), and I thought if I could get the source of
> this function I would be able to further. But I can't see the definition of
> this function.
pg_stat_get_backend_activity() is an internal function, so in order to see how
it works you must look .../src/backend/utils/adt/pgstatfuncs.c
> Am I on the right direction, or is there an easier way? I would appreciate
> if someone can give some suggestions.
However, the system can give only active queries, if you need recent queries
then you should enable
log_statement = true
in postgresql.conf and
where postmaster_pid is
tail -1 ~postgres/data/postmaster.pid
> Thanks in advance.
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