Re: Log File or Available Space Monitoring
You could put /var/log in its own partition. That way when it's full it
doesn't mess up anything else.
Gnome gives an alert when a drive is nearly full (at least it does on my
dad's Ubuntu machine). I'm not sure what the name of the daemon is,
On Wed, Aug 10, 2011 at 10:56:44PM +0300, David Baron wrote:
> This is a not-so-sporadic problem: USB mouse begins spewing errors and these
> grow the syslog and daemon.log files until /var is full. At this point, the
> filesystem journal and the mail system are crippled. One must remove these two
> files and reboot. The bootup check will remove an inode or so and things will
> I would like some daemon to monitor either selected log files or the available
> space and alert before this gets out of hand. At this point, automatic
> execution of a script or manual deletion can be done before its "too late."
> Any ideas?
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