|From:||Thomas Jacob <jacob(at)internet24(dot)de>|
|Cc:||slamp slamp <slackamp(at)gmail(dot)com>|
|Subject:||Re: pg_log directory|
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pg_log isn't a standard postgres dir,
so maybe it's where RHEL stores the
actual textual log files that the
server process generated.
Indeed this is suggested here:
So if these files look something like:
2008-08-03 00:30:47 CEST LOG: statement: SELECT col1,col2 FROM table1;
2008-08-03 00:30:47 CEST LOG: statement: SELECT col FROM table2;
they are just postgres log files, and the server has statement logging
switched on, which is not such a good idea on a busy database.
But if not they might be RHEL names for pg_xlog or pg_clog
and deleting these would be an active attempt to destroy
your database ;-)
On Wed, Aug 20, 2008 at 04:43:06PM -0400, slamp slamp wrote:
> Hi, I am new to this list sorry for asking such a lame question. I
> tried searching but did not find the answer i was looking for.
> I am running postgresql-8.2.4 on rhel5. Do I need the files in pg_log?
> When I look at one of the files, it shows INSERT, UPDATE and SELECT
> statements. Reason I asked is because the folder is about 40GB. It is
> half the size of my /var/lib/pgsql directory.
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