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What is the relationship between the "-d" parameter to postmaster and the various "log_*" directives in the postgresql.conf? Specifically, does a certain -d level have to be specified before certain log_* directives take effect?

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David Parker wrote:
What is the relationship between the "-d" parameter to postmaster and
the various "log_*" directives in the postgresql.conf? Specifically,
does a certain -d level have to be specified before certain log_*
directives take effect?


The -d flag in postmaster and postgres control log_min_messages =
DEBUG_X where X = 1-5.

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