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Our disk is getting full real fast on Windows with Apache Logs.I want to overwrite old log files so that there are only 10 files at any 1 time with a capacity of 5M each. Is there a way to use rotate 4 like on logrotate.conf in Unix to rotate the logs after 4 files are created in Windows ?

I looked at this entry but that didn't help. Rotate other logs with rotatelogs.exe

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ErrorLog "logs/error.log"

ErrorLog "|bin/rotatelogs.exe -l D:/Apache2.2/logs/error.%Y.%m.%d.log 86400"

CustomLog "logs/access.log" common

CustomLog "|bin/rotatelogs.exe -l D:/Apache2.2/logs/access.%Y.%m.%d.log 86400" common

TransferLog "D:/Apache2.2/logs/ssl_access.log"

TransferLog "|bin/rotatelogs.exe -l D:/Apache2.2/logs/ssl_access.%Y.%m.%d.log 86400"

CustomLog "D:/Apache2.2/logs/ssl_request.log" \

"%t %h %{SSL_PROTOCOL}x %{SSL_CIPHER}x \"%r\" %b"

CustomLog "|bin/rotatelogs.exe -l D:/Apache2.2/logs/ssl_request.%Y.%m.%d.log 86400" \ "%t %h %{SSL_PROTOCOL}x %{SSL_CIPHER}x \"%r\" %b"

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Please improve the formatting. This answer is difficult to read as it is. – kasperd Nov 10 '15 at 13:12
ErrorLog "|bin/rotatelogs.exe -l C:/WampDeveloper/Logs/Websites/www.example.com/http.errorlog.%Y-%m-%d.txt 86400"
CustomLog "|bin/rotatelogs.exe -l C:/WampDeveloper/Logs/Websites/www.example.com/http.accesslog.%Y-%m-%d.txt 86400" combinedtrueout_host
CustomLog "|bin/rotatelogs.exe -l C:/WampDeveloper/Logs/Websites/www.example.com/http.deflatelog.%Y-%m-%d.txt 86400" deflate
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Welcome to Server Fault! Whilst this may theoretically answer the question, please provide context around code so others will have some idea what it is and why it’s there. – HBruijn Nov 10 '15 at 12:46

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