-Re: Configuring Pig 0.10.0 logs written by Grunt
Prashant Kommireddi 2012-10-03, 19:12
$PIG_HOME/bin/pig -logfile <path>
Would that work?
On Wed, Oct 3, 2012 at 12:08 PM, Terry Siu <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> I'm having trouble figuring out how to redirect the pig logs outputted by
> the Grunt shell to another directory. Currently, the logs get written to
> directory where I execute the pig script. I noticed that my Grunt shell is
> executed with the following property settings applicable for logging:
> I would expect these properties to be referenced in org.apache.pig.Main
> (the entry point for the Grunt shell), but I see no reference to
> pig.log.dir and the reference to pig.log.file is actually pig.logfile. I
> updated the pig script where pig.log.file is to pig.logfile and at least
> see that my log file reported by Grunt is correct as opposed to my log
> files previously named pig_<timestamp>.log. Is this a bug? Furthermore, is
> there a way for Grunt to honor the pig.log.dir setting?