>To me seems that it just appended the data to your log. To avoid this set the log_truncate_on_rotation to on, but notice that it will replace the old logs.
Thanks for the suggestion, but we seem to be using this already:
-bash-3.2$ grep log_truncate_on_rotation postgresql.conf
log_truncate_on_rotation = on# If on, an existing log file of the
Is it possible that this fails under some conditions ?
We are migrating to 9.1, which unfortunately showed the same issues at almost the same time; no complaints in system logs or restarts of the servers.
Very odd ...
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