Bug #5150

Cmd_standby.py steals stdout from default pg logfile locations in Debian

Added by Anonymous 03/16/2010 (almost 12 years) ago. Updated 05/08/2013 (over 8 years) ago.

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Description

Hi,

I've been looking at Pitrtools as there is a requirement here to have
multiple log shipping slaves.

While it seems to work well, a minor niggle is that cmd_standby.py
steals the stdout stream from the (Debian) log files. I have worked
around this by adding a 'I'm on Debian' parameter and using their
start/stop scripts for instance start/stop if it is set. While this
works, it is a mite heavy handed (starts/stops all instances of that
version on the box)!

Is there a better way that I've missed?

Cheers

Mark

cmd_standby-debian-1.diff.gz (507 Bytes) Anonymous, 03/16/2010 04:48 PM

History

#1 Updated by Ivan Lezhnjov 05/08/2013 (over 8 years) ago

  • Description updated (diff)

logfile: in cmd_standby.ini apparently takes care of this now.

I'm closing this ticket as it is 3 years old.

#2 Updated by Ivan Lezhnjov 05/08/2013 (over 8 years) ago

  • Status changed from New to Closed

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