Re: [GENERAL] turning off notices
Thanks, this is a help - it has turned off the CONTEXT part, but the NOTICE
is still there.
Just looked at the same query inside psql for comparison, with '\set
VERBOSITY terse', but actually I see that here I am getting both NOTICE and
CONTEXT. Not sure what's going on here...
Anyway, it's the NOTICE in psql -c that's mainly concerning me at the
moment. Ideas anyone, or can these notices not be turned off?
----- Original Message -----
From: "Pavel Stehule"
To: "Sue Fitt"
Sent: Saturday, January 19, 2008 3:30 PM
Subject: Re: [GENERAL] turning off notices
> echo '\set VERBOSITY terse\\SELECT * FROM show(1135311);' | psql -d
> combilex -q
> Pavel Stehule
> On 19/01/2008, Sue Fitt wrote:
>> Hi All,
>> I'm having trouble with turning off notices. Within psql I use \set
>> VERBOSITY terse, which is fine. However, using psql -c I am having
>> It seems I should be able to use psql -qc 'mycommand' but I am still
>> notices output, e.g.
>> psql -d combilex -qc 'SELECT * FROM show(1135311);'
>> NOTICE: phonotactic error, please check transcription
>> CONTEXT: SQL statement "SELECT etc....
>> Is there a way to turn these notices off other than reconfiguring the
>> file and restarting the database? I am using 8.1.3.
>> Any help appreciated,
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