The following bug has been logged online:
Bug reference: 3589
Logged by: fuminori ido
Email address: ido(at)netlab(dot)jp
PostgreSQL version: 7.4.7
Operating system: GNU/Linux, Debian3.1
Description: /etc/init.d/postgresql reload doesn't reflect
When I operate the following steps from command-line, postgres still
generates SQL statement. Is this bug or spec?:
1) At first, set log_statement=true in /etc/postgresql/postgresql.conf
2) do reload by /etc/init.d/postgresql reload
I can see a lot of SQL in /var/log/postgresql/postgres.log.
3) Then, I commented-out the log_statement=true. This means I thought
default setting(log_statement=false) would be effective.
4) do reload as the same; /etc/init.d/postgresql reload
Still SQL is genrated as follows:
> (lot of SQLs in the log)
> 2007-08-30 11:32:45  LOG: received SIGHUP, reloading configuration
> 2007-08-30 11:32:47  LOG: statement: start transaction;set
transaction isolation level serializable;select last_value from
> (still lot of SQLs in the log)
This is not what I expected. At step 3) above, I think commented-out means
set to default value. However, this behavior means, I guess, reload does
nothing when config statement is missing. Maybe I need to write explicitly
"log_statement=false" even though it is default value in order to be
effective on reload?
I couldn't get answer by searching Google so I'm posting this unknown
Much appreciate for your answer!
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