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I created new files in

/etc/logrotate.d/

how run an iteration of logrotate manually to check these?

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    Top google result of "run logrotate" -> stackoverflow.com/questions/2117771/… – TessellatingHeckler Dec 17 '15 at 20:08
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Try with:

logrotate --force $CONFIG_FILE

or you can run it in verbose and force mode:

logrotate -vf /etc/logrotate.conf
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You can run logrotate in debug mode which will tell you what it would do without actually making changes.

-d, --debug

Turns on debug mode and implies -v. In debug mode, no changes will be made to the logs or to the logrotate state file.

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