On Tue, 2003-04-22 at 20:41, Erik Walthinsen wrote:
> I woke up this morning to a filled root partition on one of my servers.
> I found that both debug and syslog were filled with over 50MB each of
> postgres errors:
> [what appears to be a standard cleanup cron job]
> . . . .
> Apr 21 04:00:03 alpha postgres:  DEBUG: --Relation
> The machine is a stock Debian Woody box, up to date, with no local changes
> to the postgres configuration at all. It's running 7.2.1-2woody2.
Change your syslog configuration to throw away debug messages from
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