At 2014-12-27 08:08:32 +0000, si...@2ndquadrant.com wrote: > > > what if i want to audit different things for different users? > > That is supported - you can provide a list of roles to be audit roles.
You can do that, but maybe it isn't quite enough to do what Jaime is asking for. Not always, at least. Consider: 1. You want to audit select on foo by user jaime (only). 2. You want to audit update on bar by user simon (only). So you do something like this: pgaudit.roles = 'audit1, audit2' grant select on foo to audit1; grant update on bar to audit2; Now if Jaime does select on foo or if Simon does update on bar, it'll be logged. If user jaime does not have permission to do update on bar, and if simon doesn't have permission to select on foo, everything is fine. But there's no way to say *don't* audit select on foo by simon. You could do something like "grant role audit1 to jaime" and then check the audit-permissions of whichever audit role jaime is found at runtime to inherit from. But in Stephen's original proposal, granting any audit role to any user meant that everything they did would be logged. -- Abhijit -- Sent via pgsql-hackers mailing list (firstname.lastname@example.org) To make changes to your subscription: http://www.postgresql.org/mailpref/pgsql-hackers