I am running a number of PostgreSQL scripts that used to produce excessive log output. I managed to reduce most of the output to an acceptable amount by passing
--quiet as parameter to the psql command line client and adding
SET client_min_messages='warning'; to the beginning of my SQL scripts.
This works fine for most basic statements like SELECT, INSERT, UPDATE, etc.) However, when I call a stored function in a script using e.g.
SELECT my_func(my_args);, there is still log output similar to
(omitted a long with many '-' here because SF thinks that's a headline)
The output is useless; it only makes me having to scroll back up a long way after the script has run and also makes it much harder than necessary to spot any relevant error output.
How can I get rid of it ?