When I am reading the PG 10 release-notes, I found the following item.

> Add function pg_current_logfile() to read syslog's current stderr and csvlog 
> output file names (Gilles Darold)

This confused me because "syslog" is one of method for logging as well
as stderr and csvlog. I guess it is intended syslogger, but I think that
"logging collector" is more convenient for users because this is used in
the pg_current_logfile() documentation.

 pg_current_logfile returns, as text, the path of the log file(s) currently in 
use by the logging collector.

Attached is a patch to fix it.


Yugo Nagata <nag...@sraoss.co.jp>

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