SingleStore Studio Log Rotation

The systemd-journald service, a component of systemd, collects logs from both applications and the kernel and writes them to the /var/log/journal directory. (Note that the directory location can change if the journal files are designated to use in-memory storage.) These logs can then be viewed and queried using the journalctl utility.

If the singlestoredb-studio service is managed using systemd, the systemd-journald service will also collect logs from Studio.

The systemd-journald configuration file, typically located in /etc/systemd/journald.conf, can be configured to periodically rotate these journal files based on file size or time, as well as forward log entries to the syslog daemon or other destinations. For more information, see the journald.conf man page.

Last modified: January 10, 2023

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