Peter Eisentraut <peter_e(at)gmx(dot)net> writes:
> Presumably, the "is_superuser" parameter was intended to make the updating
> of psql's prompt more accurate when SET SESSION AUTHORIZATION is used.
> However, if the prompt is customized to include the user name (%n), then
> the prompt changes to reflect the real superuser status, but does not
> change the user name. I guess we need to pass "session_user" as well.
Seems reasonable. IIRC the only addition needed to the server code is
to set a flag in the variable's GUC entry.
regards, tom lane
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