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Displaying current query - eliminating <IDLE>

From: Rieback Melanie <melanie(at)cs(dot)vu(dot)nl>
To: pgsql-novice(at)postgresql(dot)org
Subject: Displaying current query - eliminating <IDLE>
Date: 2005-10-21 22:28:39
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This may come across as an odd question, but here goes..

To see the current query in PostgreSQL, the normal procedure is to type:
SELECT current_query FROM pg_stat_activity;

Now here's my question..    I want PostgreSQL to react sufficiently
quickly that the result says:

SELECT current_query FROM pg_stat_activity;
(1 row)

and not:

(1 row)

In trying to achieve this behavior, I have taken the following actions:

In postgresql.conf:
stats_start_collector = true
stats_command_string = true
stats_block_level = true
stats_row_level = true
stats_reset_on_server_start = true

I also typed at the console:
\set pgstat_stat_interval 0;

This actually worked once, but since then, PostgreSQL has always reported
<IDLE>.  I've tried changing other environment variables, but with
no luck.  Nothing I've done so far has gotten it to respond consistently
in the quick-responding manner that I want.

Does anyone have any advice on how to achieve this desired behavior
consistantly?  I would be really appreciative if anyone had any tips.

Melanie R.


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