Tom Lane wrote:
> Kevin Brown <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
> > Tom Lane wrote:
> >> Also, I would like to provide the same set of options w.r.t. messages
> >> logged in the server log.  Here there is an additional frammish that
> >> could be imagined, ie, more detail for more-serious errors.  Any
> >> opinions about what it should look like?
> > Not sure exactly what you're asking for here.  If you're asking what
> > additional detail should be included for more serious errors,
> No, I was asking whether anyone thought such behavior should be
> user-controllable, and if so exactly how the controlling GUC variables
> should be defined.
> One way I could imagine doing it is to split log_min_messages into
> three variables, along the lines of "minimum message level to produce
> a TERSE report", "minimum message level to produce a DEFAULT report",
> and "minimum message level to produce a VERBOSE report".  This seems
> a bit inelegant though.  Better ideas anyone?

I doubt someone would want to control terse/default/verbose at various
levels --- I assume they would just want all their messages to be
terse/default/ or verbose.

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