[Monetdb-developers] [Monetdb-checkins] MonetDB5/conf monetdb5.conf.in, , 1.34, 1.35
Niels.Nes at cwi.nl
Sun Oct 12 15:54:48 CEST 2008
On Sun, Oct 12, 2008 at 02:14:17PM +0200, Fabian Groffen wrote:
> On 12-10-2008 13:48:14 +0200, Martin Kersten wrote:
> > >> -mero_msglog=@localstatedir@@DIRSEP at log@DIRSEP at merovingian.log
> > >> -mero_errlog=@localstatedir@@DIRSEP at log@DIRSEP at merovingian.log
> > >> +mero_msglog=@localstatedir@@DIRSEP at MonetDB5@DIRSEP at merovingian.log
> > >> +mero_errlog=@localstatedir@@DIRSEP at MonetDB5@DIRSEP at merovingian.log
> > >
> > > May I suggest to leave in "log" in here. Traditionally, logfiles are
> > > stored in /var/log. No real need to deviate from that, I think?
> > > /var/log/MonetDB5 would be ok, I guess.
Indeed /var/log is generaly what is done on linux/unix.
Some for /var/run. I'd say we only use the MonetDB5 subdir for
what used to be dbfarm. And we just moved the sql/xquery logs also
> > >
> > that calls for creating it upon first use, like mserver5.
> > a makedir inbetween does not seem a big problem,
> > despite the fact that is already identifiable as log
> > already from its name.
> afaict it worked out of the box, I'm only concerned with logs not being
> in the location one would expect
> > >> -mero_pidfile=@localstatedir@@DIRSEP at run@DIRSEP at merovingian.pid
> > >> +mero_pidfile=@localstatedir@@DIRSEP at MonetDB5@DIRSEP at merovingian.pid
> > >
> > > Pidfiles are traditionally stored in /var/run. I think this is not a
> > > good idea.
> > >
> > this then depends on the platforms for which 'traditionally' applies.
> > Recall that all gdk_lock files for databases are held there where protection
> > is called for.
> a pid-file is not a lock, maybe there is some confusion here? The
> pid-file is only there for start-stop-daemon and alike programs that
> like to stop merovingian without doing a
> `ps ax | grep '[m]erovingian' | cut -c1-7 | xargs kill`
> or something else that gives little control to what should actually be
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