On Wed, 2004-04-28 at 18:35, Andrew Dunstan wrote:
Simon Riggs wrote:
On Wed, 2004-04-28 at 05:00, Bruce Momjian wrote:

What if we added transaction id to log_line_prefix? The user could then
log all queries and find the xid where they want to stop, but of course
that assumes they have enabled such logging, and they have access to the
logs.
Good thinking.

I'll have a look at this and come back to you.
log_statement triggered logging happens very early in the process - if
you are logging them all it happens before the statements are even
parsed. Would we have an xid to log sensibly at that stage?

Perhaps with log_min_duration_statment = 0 we would (i.e. log statements
when finished rather than when started).
Let's call this XLogSpy.

For starters, we only need to look at write transactions. Many read-only
transactions would not need to be examined, just to know they were read
only.

Remembering that we're using xlogs for recovery, we perhaps should not
assume that we have anything other than that which has been archived.
Currently, that is just the xlogs. So really we need to work off what is
within them and right now that isn't much at all.

We might optionally include the parsed statement data into the xlog,
since this might be smaller than the exact text itself and would also
allow us to filter the xlogs based upon any aspect of the lists.

Not really happy with any of these ideas yet.

Best Regards, Simon Riggs

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