Tom Lane wrote:

It's definitely creeping featurism ... but
I can see the value of not needing any cron daemon to remove old logs.

No other logs on your system to purge?

A potential problem is what about size-driven rotation? If the hourly output exceeds log_rotation_size then you'd truncate and rewrite the current file, which is just exactly not what you want :-(.

Same can happen after logger process restart.

After all, I wonder what an apache style logfile name is good for. The pgsql logfiles don't contain access log data that are analyzed by webalizer or stuff like that. I don't see the point having any formatting option at all.


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