Re: savelog can lose data
> Because the process still has it open. Extra code must be added
> to a program to reopen it. One could argue that programs don't
> do this are broken. I don't think so do. It is easier and more
> flexible to write programs that write information to stdout or
> stderr and then redirect these to a log file.
you're missing the point -- the whatever.0 file is not still open, it's long
dead. the move of logfile to logfile.0 is safe for exactly the reason you
describe. or am i missing something here?
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