On Thu, Apr 03, 2003 at 01:41:08PM -0500, Tom Lane wrote:
> You would not actually have to: you could just pipe pg_ctl's output to
> pglog-rotator.  But I think it'd be cool if pg_ctl had an option to use
> pglog-rotator, or maybe even adopt it as standard behavior.

It's currently built to call a program, and read its stdout and
stderr, rather than acting as a pipe.  I guess it shouldn't be too
hard to modify, though.  We actually call the postmaster directly
with it, so we use it as a replacement for pg_ctl at startup.

> Andrew, could you toss up the script on pgsql-patches just so people can
> take a look?  Then we could think more about where to go with it.

Ok, I sent it.


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