On 25/02/03 16:27 -0500, Tom Lane wrote:
> Wei Weng <wweng(at)kencast(dot)com> writes:
> > The entire code from PQconnect until PQfinish goes like this:
> That sure looks harmless. I wonder if there is something failing in the
> PQconnect() step (like the queries that libpq sends on its own)?
> I'd suggest enabling query logging --- see postgresql.conf, or just do
> export PGOPTIONS="--log_statement=1"
> before starting your program. (Check Admin Guide first, as this
> parameter got renamed recently.) Then look in the postmaster log to get
> a better idea of what's really going on.
Where is postmaster log? I found a new file in /var/log/pgsql. I put
log_connections = yes and syslog = 2 into my postgresql.conf file and expect
something to happen. Restarted postgresql service on my redhat 7.3 box and
tried a couple of queries with psql utility. Nothing seemed to have been
logged in /var/log/pgsql.
Under /var/lib/pgsql/data, there isn't any new files appearing.
By the way, how do I check to see what kind of options had been used in my
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