I am currently using
\timing on to do some simple performance testing in Postgres. I would like to run many queries and pipe the timing results to a file. However, all of the options I have tried (
\l, and their command-line equivalents) pipe only the query results to a file. The
Time: 1.234 ms message is not written to the file.
Is there any way I can pipe the timing output caused by
\timing on into a file, or will I have to choose some other method for performing my tests?