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How important is it to keep size of log files down?

I have a LAMP server where logrotate does its job once per week, and I notice some logs tend to get quite large. For example, the apache access-log is 73MB. Is it better that I tell logrotate to ...
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logrotate not deleting old files - glob failing

I'm stumped with this one. Any help is much appreciated...! Logs in /var/log/HOSTS/cacheflow_access_log/ are configured to archive to /var/log/HOSTS/archived/cacheflow_access_log/ and compress. These ...
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manually rotating logfile with rsyslogd

I want to force logfile rotation using logrotate -f /var/log/syslog, but it's only return tones of: error: syslog:1 unknown option 'May' -- ignoring line error: syslog:1 unexpected text I know that ...
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logrotate won't rotate my logs automatically

I have two different (i386 v AMD) Debian boxes and have the same problem. logrotate won't rotate my logs automatically. It works fine when i force it manually like /usr/sbin/logrotate -f ...