Re: Sysklogd Rotation
if you like C, you'll get on fine with syslog-ng, it's much more work
but it's more flexible.
if all you want to do is rotate logs like this, then why don't you just
add the 4 or 5 lines to logrotate to do this for you? It'll be a lot
quicker than reading through the syslog-ng manual.
Andrew Miehs wrote:
I have added a file to my syslog config for storing local1.log. I now
wanted to go about
rotating it every day, and storing 32 files (and only this file).
After looking at /etc/cron.daily/sysklogd I am starting to wonder
whether this is
really sensible - or whether I should start looking at syslog-ng?!
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