Noah Misch <noah(at)2ndQuadrant(dot)com> writes:
> A PG_SYSLOG_LIMIT value that loses data to truncation on nearly every default
> GNU/Linux installation makes for a poor default.
When I changed it, it was on the strength of tests showing that Fedora
8's default syslogger had a limit of 2KB. A quick check shows this is
still the case in Fedora 15. So I'm not convinced that "nearly every"
is anywhere near true.
> How about 896?
But having said that, I could go with 896 (or perhaps 900, which seems
a shade less weird).
regards, tom lane
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