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Determining time of last INSERT/UPDATE/DELETE

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I'm wondering if postgres has a way to determine the last transaction
time (and even better, what the transaction was). I've read through
the mail list archives and the only thing I've seen is a suggestion to
stat the database files. Is there another way to do it using
something within postgres (e.g. one of the pg_* tables?)

Thank you,

Nov 23 '05 #1
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