On Fri, Jan 09, 2004 at 13:12:12 -0800,
Bryan Irvine <bryan(dot)irvine(at)kingcountyjournal(dot)com> wrote:
> > > > Rows do not have timestamps associated with them. You might be able to make
> > > > some guesses using your logfile. If this is something you want for the
> > > > future you can add a timestamp field to your table and use a trigger to
> > > > keep it up to date.
> uhm, *digs toe into ground* where would my logfile be?
The logs might just be being thrown away. They might be being stored using
syslog in which case they would probably be in var/log somewhere. They
might be being saved into a file. Look at the commands used to start
the database server in this case to see where the file is.
For my use I save the logs using multilog, but I don't think any
distributor sets up postgres that way.
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