So I switched all my sites over to Amazon's EC2 service a few months ago and I noticed today that my drive capacity is at >90%. Did a little digging and it seems that the majority of that is being used by access.log files created by apache.
I am wondering what the best method is to deal with this. My knee jerk reaction is to write a small script that runs daily [or weekly, monthly, whatever] that will zip all of them and put them someplace else in the event I need them in the future -- most likely Amazon's S3.
Is that the best method for this or is there a standard practice that others are using that I should follow?
EDIT: To answer a commenter, this server is currently running Linux -- Ubuntu to be precise