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From John Omernik <j...@omernik.com>
Subject Re: DRILL_LOG_PREFIX in drill-config
Date Tue, 01 Nov 2016 14:58:43 GMT

So looking at this, I think that DRILL_LOG_PREFIX is a misnomer, it should
be DRILL_LOG_PATH = Path to a directory, DRILL_LOG_PREFIX = A prefix to
prepend to drill log files, thus, in reality, DRILL_LOG_PREFIX should not
be set to $DRILL_LOG_DIR/drillbit, instead the default should be "


and then the next line that makes the drill log path should be:


That way the Prefix is just a file prefix, and then in the drill-env.sh I
could set

export DRILL_LOG_PREFIX="drillbit-$HOSTNAME"

and have all my logs in one folder, but not be overwritten by easy other....

On Tue, Nov 1, 2016 at 9:45 AM, John Omernik <john@omernik.com> wrote:

> Hey all,
> I am getting my head around the new Drill config files in 1.8, and I have
> been setting DRILL_LOG_PREFIX in previous versions. Based on what I am
> seeing in drill-config.sh though, it looks like I no longer can set this as
> instead of using a "If set use what's set otherwise default to" methodology
> like other variables, drill-config.sh just exports a static value... is
> this correct?
> My goal is to have logs all in a single directory but have prefixes based
> on the host names... "centralized" logging if you will :) Is this possible
> in 1.8 or do I need a JIRA?
> export DRILL_LOG_PREFIX="$DRILL_LOG_DIR/drillbit"
> John

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