FIREBIRD Questions and Answers

How to present flrehird.log file from filling up the disk partition?

Here are some tips:
a) create a scheduled task or cron job that will truncate or rotate the log file. By rotation, we mean renaming the flies in such way that you always have a number of previous logs available. Example.
delete flrebird.log.5
rename firebird. iog.4 firebird. log. 5
rename flrebird.iog.3 firebird.log.4
rename flrebird.log.2 firebird.log.3
rename firebird.log.l f’irebird.iog,2
rename firebird.iog firebird.log. I
This way you’ll always have last five logs available, and those too old get deleted. You
can also use zip, rar, bzip2 or some other packer to compress the old log files. Since they are plain text, they compress very well.

b) redirect logging to void. For example, on Linux, you can do it by creating a symlink to /dev/null instead of the regular log file:
# cd /opt/firebird
# rm -f firebird log
in -s /dev/null firebird.log