[pgpool-general: 6502] Re: Dedicated log file for pgpool

Pierre Timmermans ptim007 at yahoo.com
Thu Apr 4 22:34:15 JST 2019

I just made a blog post to answer it in the case you have a distribution based on systemd (centos 7 for example)


As you can see it is not really related to pgpool, it is more general way of doing
If possible I suggest you to avoid to log to a dedicated log, learn how to use journalctl instead. It is more powerful and it is worth getting used to it. But it is easy to log to a file by telling systemd to forward to syslog, it is a few config (explained in my blog).


    On Thursday, April 4, 2019, 2:02:02 PM GMT+2, Nitish Kumar <itcell.mpwz at mp.gov.in> wrote:  
 Hi Team,
I am using pgpool 3.7 with PostgreSQL 10.6 servers as backend. I want to know how can I implement dedicated log files for pgpool ?I want it to roll on a daily basis also.
Currently all my logs are directing to syslog. 
Kindly guide me to implement the same.
Regards,Nitish Kumar_______________________________________________
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