--- Alvaro Herrera <alvherre(at)commandprompt(dot)com> wrote:
> > PG itself only writes to stdout/stderr or uses syslog(). The way
> > are generated and stored is distro-specific, so you need to look
> > how your distro does things (perhaps modifying the startup
> Actually, as of 8.0 there is specialized process that captures
> and saves it to log files.
Yes that's what I thought. I'm not piping it to a file, postgres is
managing the logs. Is there any way to manage the permissions, or do
I just need to create a script to change the permissions?
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