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I have fixed size limit in logrotation 1M. The script run on every hours even though its rotating less than 1Mb files. I dont know what i have done wrong. Below is my configuration parameters.

/opt/PostgreSQL/8.4/data/pg_log/postgresql-* 
{
              rotate 25
              size=1M
              notifempty
              missingok
              olddir /opt/PostgreSQL/8.4/data/pg_log/test
              copytruncate
}

Please can anyone help me out in this problem?

Lot of Thanks in advance.

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It should be size 1M without equal sign.

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Even I tried that then also its rotating the less than 1mb files..!!! – sathish Jun 20 '11 at 12:43
    
This is wrong. With and without the equals sign are both valid and equivalent syntax. See, for example, this man page which includes both syntaxes. I am using the equals sign in a logrotate file for Apache in production and it works just fine. – Mark Amery Oct 23 '14 at 9:10

You may check the logging parameters in your PostgreSQL config, see: PostgreSQL Error Reporting and Logging (e.g. log_rotation_size).

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