Tom Lane wrote:

"Ed L." <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:

On Friday August 27 2004 12:41, Tom Lane wrote:

BTW, as long as we are taking Apache as the de facto standard --- does
the default of "postgresql-%Y-%m-%d_%H%M%S.log" actually make sense, or
would something different be closer to the common practice with Apache?

I should say, Apache rotatelogs takes a configurable filename and then appends ".N" where N is the logfile start time epoch. In one case, its access_log.N, in another its error_log.N.

Hmm ... there isn't any way to emulate that with strftime escapes, unless I missed the right one.

According to my Linux man page, the Olsen library has %s for that. I don't see it in src/timezone/strftime.c, though



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