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client_min_messages

Controls which message levels are sent to the client. Valid values are DEBUG5, DEBUG4, DEBUG3, DEBUG2, DEBUG1, LOG, NOTICE, WARNING, ERROR, FATAL, and PANIC. Each level includes all the levels that follow it. The later the level, the fewer messages are sent. The default is NOTICE. Note that LOG has a different rank here than in log_min_messages.

Recommendations

Unless doing interactive debugging, then you want it set to DEBUG1-5. If you have a client application which is confused by some of PostgreSQL's WARNINGs then you may want to set this to ERROR.

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