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Hello,

i have installed the 8.0 beta3-dev1 version of postgres on my pc, and I want
to disable log. How can I do? It is possible to disable and don’t write all
the log, or how can I write all the log in a specific directory??



Thanks



Negri Davide
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On Fri, 2004-10-22 at 07:52, Davide Negri wrote:
Hello,

i have installed the 8.0 beta3-dev1 version of postgres on my pc, and
I want to disable log. How can I do? It is possible to disable and
don’t write all the log, or how can I write all the log in a specific
directory??


If you use pg_ctl to start postgresql, then edit the
$PGDATA/postgresql.conf file and set

#silent_mode = false

to be

silent_mode = true

and restart your database.
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