I'm a little confused by this option. it's not documented that i can find. i'm running mysql authentication. i have auth-logging on. the default for sql-logging is off. okay. but what does sql-logging *do*? how does it differ from auth-logging?

i did a crapload of googling, and searching the mailing list archives. found one obscure toaster site that said this:

Record time and ip of last auth attempt. Valid only for CDB, MySQL, PGSQL, LDAP, ActiveDir.
Enable authentication logging to MySQL/Postgres.

okay. i'm still confused.

Paul Theodoropoulos

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