El mié, 03-02-2010 a las 15:12 -0600, Campbell, Lance escribió:
> Is there a way for me to tell postgres to clear the log file.
> Example: I have log files created with names corresponding to the
> days of the week. This way they overwrite each other every week.
> When I deploy software enhancements I would like to clear the log file
> for the day without having to stop postgres. This way anything I see
> I know was after the deployment of my enhancements. I tried to just
> delete the file with postgres running. I found that it did not
> recreate the log file so I was forced to restart postgres.
Actually, when you delete an opened file it isn't really deleted.
Whatever program opened it can still read/write to it using the file
> Is there a command that might clear a log file or force it to rotate?
Truncating it like this should work:
echo > /path/to/logfile
There's probably a better way though.
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