Re: savelog with "immediate" compress
Yes, thank you.
However, that would cause the "useless" creation of the .0 file because it
will be nearly empty... :( each savelog would take up 2 files.
Anyone used the "logrotate" program (redhat has it)
On Sun, 5 Oct 1997, Joey Hess wrote:
> Debian List wrote:
> > I want to use savelog but I need the option that the .0 file created gets
> > compressed immediately... Can savelog do that?
> No. However, I think if you run the same savelog command trice in a row, you
> will get the effect you want. file.0 will still be uncompressed, but the logs
> will be in file.1.gz . And this really shouldn't take significantly longer
> than running savelog once.
> Note, though:
> If a process is still writing to file.0, and savelog moves
> it to file.1 and compresses it, data could be lost.
> So this is something you need to watch out for when running savelog twice in
> a row.
> see shy jo
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