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From:Paul DuBois Date:January 13 2000 10:46pm
Subject:Re: controling logs in /etc/my.cnf
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At 1:54 PM -0700 01-13-2000, Thayne Harbaugh wrote:
>Can logging be controlled by /etc/my.cnf?  I know I can use a "log"
>entry to turn on logging, but can I turn it off or tell it where
>to put the log file?
>
>I've tried
>log=OFF
>log=/foo/bar/baz/mysqld.log
>set-variable = log=OFF
>set-variable = log=/foo/bar/baz/mysqld.log
>
>The only thing some of these do, however, is turn logs on.  None of
>them turn logs off or send logs to a different file.
>
>Maybe I'm just missing something . . .

If you don't want any logs, don't put a log= line in the my.cnf
file.   Logging is off by default.

-- 
Paul DuBois, paul@stripped
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controling logs in /etc/my.cnfThayne Harbaugh13 Jan
  • Re: controling logs in /etc/my.cnfPaul DuBois14 Jan
  • Re: controling logs in /etc/my.cnfThayne Harbaugh14 Jan
    • Re: controling logs in /etc/my.cnfPaul DuBois14 Jan
  • Re: controling logs in /etc/my.cnfThayne Harbaugh14 Jan
Re: controling logs in /etc/my.cnfChristopher R. Jones14 Jan
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