On 1/31/08, Glyn Astill <glynastill(at)yahoo(dot)co(dot)uk> wrote:
> I've noticed that by default postgres writes its log files read/write
> only by the postgres user.
> I have a nagios user I want to be able to analyse the logs.
> Is there a way to make postgres output them so they can be read by a
> group? Or am I going to have to write a script?
PG itself only writes to stdout/stderr or uses syslog(). The way logs
are generated and stored is distro-specific, so you need to look at
how your distro does things (perhaps modifying the startup script).
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