> I tried the -/var/log/postgresql.log option however I noticed no
> performance improvement. May be the fact that we use redhad linux and
> syslog, I'm no sys-admin, so I'm not sure if there is a difference between
> syslogd and syslog.

Did you restart syslogd (that's the server process implementing the syslog (= system log) service) after you changed its configuration?

In order to do so, try running

/etc/init.d/syslog restart

as root from a commandline.



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