Greetings! I've been doing some research into log rotation software and
ran into this, while looking through the postgres site:
"There is a built-in log rotation program, which you can use by setting
the configuration parameter redirect_stderr to true in postgresql.conf."
My question is, how does it rotate logs? Does it perform a
copy/truncate of the logfile? I know in older versions of postgres, if
you tried to move the log file, and create one with the same name, the
server wouldn't actually write to it without a restart...at least in
linux it wouldn't. Do many of you use this mechanism? If not, what
have you found to be a reliable solution?
Thanks in advance for the info!
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