I have a long running process, that writes its log file to stdout. I would like to save this output to different files, automatically maintain these files (like deleting/archiving the old ones), ...
I have a bunch of servers(Centos 5.x) with Apache that have their logs rotated with cronolog. What is the best strategy for compressing and deleting those logs automatically after a certain time? ...
I'm using cronolog to dump my output into datetime stamped files (after asking here on SF). However cronolog will split a line in the middle and spread one line across multiple files if the input ...
So, I've been using cronolog for years with this directive: <VirtualHost *:80> SetEnv origin SND ServerName sandman.net CustomLog "|/usr/bin/cronolog [..]/logs/SND/log_%Y-%m.txt" combined ...
This is actually a two part question. I've got a LAMP configuration and a web site that relies heavily on the error_log functionality built into PHP. The error log is growing rather large in size. ...
I am examining a high-volume Apache prefork site and noticing that many log entries such as: CustomLog '|/foo/bar/cronolog -foo -bar' RewriteLog '|/foo/bar/cronolog -bar -foo' When apache logs the ...
Which log rotation tool do you prefer?