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bio website malachisoord.com
location Oxford, United Kingdom
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I am interested in web development and spend a lot of my time reading up about subjects related to that field.

I am passionate about physics and astronomy and like reading about technological advances in both these fields.
Music is a big part of my live with Boards of Canada being my all time top artist - if you've not listened to them and enjoy ambient/idm/chill I highly recommend them to you.


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comment Logrotate not working
I'm relatively new to Linux administration... Inside /etc/cron.daily/logrotate/ there is: #!/bin/sh test -x /usr/sbin/logrotate || exit 0
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comment Logrotate not working
Thanks for such a clear explanation - I totally understand about the date side of things, it's just they don't rotate unless I manually call the command... It's as if CRON isn't calling log rotate?
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comment Logrotate not working
The log files did have entries way over a week old - It would appear that it is functioning now, however I guess I will find out a week from now...
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comment Advice on apache log files
So I have followed your advice and setup the file like such: pastebin.com/n27J44R4 However I am not seeing a weekly rotation of logs. I have tested this by forcing and get this output. pastebin.com/RrvK8mt9
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comment Advice on apache log files
Thanks - that is exactly what I need. I am going to test it on one of my websites and push the others in once I've got a configuration I am happy with :)
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Would I have to have an entry for each folder? as my apache logs are located in diff folders for each site or can I specify this in a single entry? e.g. pastebin.com/A6Ej1JNS