log_startup_progress_interval

A server parameter determining how often the startup process will log a message
This entry relates to a PostgreSQL feature which is part of PostgreSQL 15, due to be released in late 2022.

log_startup_progress_interval is a configuration paremeter determining how often the startup process will log a message about a long-running operation that is still in progress. This makes the activity of startup process more transparent, particularly

log_startup_progress_interval was added in PostgreSQL 15.

Default value

The default value for log_startup_progress_interval is: 10s.

Usage

Setting log_startup_progress_interval to 0 disables logging of startup process operations.

Change history

Categories

GUC configuration item, Logging