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Enabling and Customizing PostgreSQL Logging for Surround SCM

Article ID: 708  |  Last updated: 06 Jun, 2017

If you use PostgreSQL Surround SCM databases, you may want to enable logging on the PostgreSQL server. Logging is enabled on Windows by default, but not on Linux.

To enable PostgreSQL logging on Linux:

  1. Open the postgresql.conf file in the PostgreSQL data directory. The default directory is /usr/local/pgsql/data.
  2. Change #logging_collector=off to #logging_collector=on.
  3. Restart the PostgreSQL service.

You can also customize PostgreSQL logging options in the postgresql.conf file, such as the location where log files are stored. See the PostgreSQL help for information.

Article ID: 708  |   Last updated: 06 Jun, 2017
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