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Am 06.03.2012 18:38, schrieb Tom Lane:
Andreas<maps.on@xxxxxxx> writes:it appeares I've got gaps in the log files. It's a PG 9.1 from the OpenSuse 12.1 distribution. I know the server is running so it should dump it's feelings all the time in those files in PGDATA/pg_log. But I find huge gaps where nothing is written.The only suggestion that comes to mind offhand is to check the logfile rotation parameters in postgresql.conf. Maybe the missing log entries went to a file that got truncated and rewritten afterwards because of poorly selected rotation parameters.
I left them on defaults. Actually they are even commented out. #log_truncate_on_rotation = off #log_rotation_age = 1d #log_rotation_size = 10MB It's not as if I expect particularily huge log files anyway.On most days its just the one that got created when the rotation starts a new one like
postgresql-2012-03-07_000000.log regards Andreas -- Sent via pgsql-admin mailing list (pgsql-admin@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx) To make changes to your subscription: http://www.postgresql.org/mailpref/pgsql-admin
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