I'm not even using 20% of the drive's capacity with no plans to use much more. This reveals: rotating pattern: /var/log/syslog forced from command line (7 rotations) empty log files are not rotated, old logs are removed considering log /var/log/syslog log needs rotating rotating log /var/log/syslog, log->rotateCount Next by thread: Re: Why syslog is not rotating? How does the spell "Find Steed" work with Aura of Vitality? news
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I had a cronjob in my crontab without user but this only come to light when I restarted the cron daemon My ubuntu and centos systems have an /etc/cron.daily/logrotate file the Just the originals. "/var/log/apache2/portal/access.log" 2010-3-30 "/var/log/apache2/portal/error.log" 2010-3-30 If you have edited /etc/logrotate.conf, check if it still has the line "include /etc/logrotate.d" to include all the files in /etc/logrotate.d when doing log Ideally, it should have seen that log.1 was not compressed and then compressed it during (or before) the rotate phase rather than just whining log.1.gz was not present and failing to Message #67 received at [email protected] (full text, mbox, reply): From: Ron
However, in debian/changelog it is mentioned that the security bug that this patch was related to was fixed upstream. Logrotate Options Reload to refresh your session. osxApril 1st, 2010, 04:58 PM52 backlogs? https://lists.debian.org/debian-user/2013/11/msg00129.html Then go to /var/lib/logrotate.status and edit the dates for each of these files, so that logrotate thinks it is more than a week since it checked the files.
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Perhaps because the file access date is constantly updated, logrotate thinks they are only hours old, not days old. https://groups.google.com/d/topic/linux.debian.user/GIEVFfjh1tk Could someone please give a hint on how might I solve this issue? Error Error Creating Output File /var/log/syslog.1.gz File Exists A positive integer gets reduced by 9 times when one of its digits is deleted.... Man Logrotate Why is `always-confirm-transfers = 1` not the default? 15 Balls Sorting Does the string "...CATCAT..." appear in the DNA of Felis catus?
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what a horrible piece of code. –Florian Heigl Jan 23 at 20:05 add a comment| up vote 0 down vote OK I had a similar issue. "logs aren't being rotated?" but
JoeKun commented May 15, 2014 @jacobvosmaer's solution worked great for me. It says the log does not need rotating. They are unmodified from the package. > Running with -d (--debug) doesn't change anything. Check /etc/crontab and see if the line for run-parts on /etc/cron.daily is commented out or missing?
Your error message: > error: error creating output file /var/log/syslog.1.gz: File exists indicates that the file syslog.1.gz exists. @madduck can you check that the file doesn't really exist? Reported by: martin f krafft
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osxMarch 31st, 2010, 01:07 AMI just installed apache2 in a VM and looked at the default logrotate file for it. It will make your life a LOT easier in the long run, particularly if you have (or want to have) automated webstats analysis packages. Acknowledgement sent to Sebastian Niehaus
Settings are more or less are the defaults (logrotate config wasn't modified by me), only the usual stuff installed. lukas-schulze commented May 24, 2014 @jacobvosmaer Thank you! They are just growing into one giant files. There was a power outage during the normal morning cron run, one set of logs was only partially rotated and then logrotate failed to recover from that thereafter (which it should
logrotate tries to compress x.1 but there isn't sufficient space so it ends up with an empty x.1.gz, but x.1 is still fully intact.