Re: Problem with logcheck
David Caplan <email@example.com> writes:
> > I've got a problem with logcheck that I wondered if anyone
> > else has been seeing.
> > Just after the logrotation in the early morning, I get one
> > screwed up logcheck report back from each machine. The report
> > contains fragments of months old data.
> > For the other 23 hours of the day, all log reports are just
> > fine.
> > Any ideas? Is there a bug in the initial processing by
> > logcheck after the rotate?
> I get the very same problem! but since it is only from one machine,
> i haven't bothered to fix it... :)
I've seen it only once, a few days ago, but that was after I changed
the /etc/logcheck/logcheck.logfiles. There were also a bunch of
warnings from logcheck that it could not create files in
/var/lib/logcheck/. Have not seen it after (even though I changed
/etc/logcheck/logcheck.logfiles back again).
FYI, the machine is running testing, is updated two, three times a
week and logcheck has not been updated since I installed it on March
5 (version 1.1.1-13.1). Ditto for logcheck-database.
Olaf Meeuwissen EPSON KOWA Corporation, ECS
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