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way to turn off epochs in log_filename

From: David Lowry <dlowry(at)bju(dot)edu>
To: pgsql-admin(at)postgresql(dot)org
Subject: way to turn off epochs in log_filename
Date: 2007-10-26 18:10:58
Message-ID: E11307EB-94DF-4CDD-A89D-0C88A84F2B99@bju.edu (view raw or flat)
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Hi,
The docs state that if there are no %-escapes in log_filename, then  
it will add the epoch onto the end of the log filename. Is there any  
way to turn off this behavior and just use the filename specified in  
log_filename? I'd like have all the log data written to a file like  
postgresql.log and let logrotate do the rotation.

Thanks for any help!

-- 
David Lowry
Systems Administrator
Bob Jones University
dlowry(at)bju(dot)edu
(864)370-1800 ext. 4149


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