On Tue, Feb 7, 2017 at 6:35 AM, Peter Eisentraut
<peter.eisentr...@2ndquadrant.com> wrote:
> On 2/6/17 10:54 AM, Fujii Masao wrote:
>> Yes, that's an option. And, if we add dbid to pg_stat_subscription,
>> I'm tempted to add all the pg_subscription's columns except subconninfo
>> into pg_stat_subscription. Since subconninfo may contain security-sensitive
>> information, it should be excluded. But it seems useful to expose other
>> columns. Then, if we expose all the columns except subconninfo, maybe
>> it's better to just revoke subconninfo column on pg_subscription instead of
>> all columns. Thought?
> I think previous practice is to provide a view such as pg_subscriptions
> that contains all the nonprivileged information.

OK, I think that I see the point you are coming at:
pg_stat_get_subscription (or stat tables) should not be used for
psql's tab completion. So gathering all things discussed, we have:
- No tab completion for publications.
- Fix the meta-commands.
- Addition of a view pg_subscriptions with all the non-sensitive data.
(- Or really extend pg_stat_subscriptions with the database ID and use
it for tab completion?)
Am I missing something?

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