Wells Oliver <wellsoliver(at)gmail(dot)com> writes:
> Might anyone share theirs? My log_rotation is set to 'stderr', and the log
> files are being put into /var/log/postgresql.
> My main concern is the postrotate action-- want to make sure the log is
> properly rotated, unneeded older logs removed, and postgres... properly
Use the logging collector with its built-in rotation parameters, and you
don't need anything else.
If you insist on an external solution, there's basically no way except
to shut down and restart postgres after any rotation, because there are
going to be N processes all connected to the same stderr file descriptor.
regards, tom lane
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