Actually PostgreSQL calls it logging. I am using the "csv" form of
logging. I am logging connections, disconnections, and statements. I
can use this for auditing purposes.
From: Peter Eisentraut [mailto:peter_e(at)gmx(dot)net]
Sent: Wednesday, May 20, 2009 6:49 PM
Cc: Arnold, Sandra
Subject: Re: [ADMIN] Audit Log Destination
On Wednesday 20 May 2009 23:51:53 Arnold, Sandra wrote:
> One of my security controls is to audit events. I don't have a
> on how to do that. However, another control is for all functionality
> the PostgreSQL database to cease or stall if the directory that
> the audit logs is full. What happens to PostgreSQL if any of the log
> directories are full and unable to have anything else written to it?
> have looked and cannot find anything that will tell me what happens.
PostgreSQL doesn't have the concept of an "audit log". So perhaps you
explain exactly which functionality you are using for that purpose; then
might figure out what happens when the disk is full.
In principle, however, you can try this out yourself, by creating a
size partition and pointing your log there. That might give you a
feeling for what exactly will happen.
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