Fujii Masao <masao.fu...@gmail.com> writes:
> OK, I've just implemented the patch (attached) which does this, i.e., 
> redefines
> log_statement as a list. Thanks to the patch, log_statement can be set
> to "none",
> "ddl", "mod", "dml", "all", and any combinations of them. The meanings of
> "none", "ddl", "mod" and "all" are the same as they are now. New setting value
> "dml" loggs both data modification statements like INSERT and query access
> statements like SELECT and COPY TO.

I still don't like this one bit.  It's turning log_statement from a
reasonably clean design into a complete mess, which will be made even
worse after you add replication control to it.

                        regards, tom lane

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