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pg not logging

pg not logging

pg not logging

i can't get anything logged!

my postgresql.conf has some of the following...

debug_level = 4
log_connections = on
log_pid = on
log_timestamp = on
syslog = 2
# if syslog is 0, turn silent_mode off!
silent_mode = off
syslog_facility = LOCAL0
trace_notify = off

i changed debug_level from 0 to 4 and it printed some extra stuff when started but i'm trying to debug a connection problem from a client and it logs nothing. if i manually connect to the port and type rubbish it doesn't log then either. is this normal?

RE: pg not logging

Are you sure, that PostgreSQL was built with the --enable-syslog configure option?

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