Is there a "set -x" for the Postgres prompt/repl ?
In bash when you want to execute a set of commands, and come back to check it after lunch you can do
set -x command1 command2 command3
and bash prints out the command to STDOUT just before it executes it. this is helpful to see, what's taking a long time, which did line did it last execute, etc.
Similarly, inside the psql console, I also do sets of long running commands:
VACUUM FULL VERBOSE ANALYZE events; REINDEX VERBOSE TABLE events;
Can I do
set -x VACUUM FULL VERBOSE ANALYZE events; REINDEX VERBOSE TABLE events;
so that when I come back from lunch I can see which one of my commands was the last one it did.