On Jun 30, 2010, at 22:43 , Takahiro Itagaki wrote:
> "Kevin Grittner" <Kevin(dot)Grittner(at)wicourts(dot)gov> wrote:
>> It seems potentially useful to LOG the version() string in the log
>> file during startup. It might also help to LOG any settings which
>> might result in the loss of committed transactions or in database
>> corruption during startup. (After a crash, the postgresql.conf file
>> might not show the values which were in effect during startup, and
>> it is too late to "show" the values.)
> I think such logs depends on purposes, so they should be customizable.
> You could write a module, that is registered in 'shared_preload_libraries'
> and logs internal information you want from _PG_init() or shmem_startup_hook.
For long-running systems, you may not have the beginning of the log file. Perhaps a method of dumping the version and/or setting information on demand (or perhaps at the beginning of each log file?): Shouldn't be too hard to put together a function which prints out such information via RAISE even now using PL/pgSQL.
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