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Logrotate not picking up or acting on new configuration file

I had a logrotate configuration file set up for a log (let's call it Log1). It is working fine and the log is rotating everyday as expected. Yesterday I cloned this set up and modified it for three ...
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logrotate custom “rotate” action equivalent for upstart?

In lots of online posts regarding how to rotate your iptables log files, for example here rsyslog config files get reloaded by the postrotate option of logrotate, presumably in order to stop rsyslog ...
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Rotating iptables logs, strange message about script being converted to upstart job

I use a script /etc/logrotate.d/iptables containing entries like: /var/log/in_iptables.log { rotate 4 weekly missingok notifempty compress ...
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Logrotate files with timestamps in the names

Seems like it should work: "/usr/local/tomcat/logs/" { daily compress delaycompress copytruncate rotate 1 prerotate /usr/bin/find /usr/local/tomcat/logs/ -name stupidLogWithTimestamp* -size -10k ...
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Logrotate doesn't rotate logs

I'm new to Linux, and I want to use logrorate. The logs are written to /var/log/curLog/log.log. As mentioned in the documentation, I create a new file in /etc/logrotate.d/ with name currentLog. The ...
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How to override configuration of a logrotate by another configuration

There is a log folder on my disk, whose rotation policy is as follows "/mnt/foo/shared/log/*.log" { # rotate the files daily daily # Save the last 7 days worth of logs before deleting rotate ...
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Logrotate no longer reads symlinked configuration file due to non-root ownership

We are currently upgrading from Ubuntu 12.04 LTS to 14.04 LTS on our ruby on rails application servers, and have noticed that the log files are no longer rotating. On both machines we have a file ...
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Logwatch ignores self-defined service, but explicit setting --service $service works

I am using SSLH on my server to accept both SSL and SSH connections on Port 443. As the logs of sshd and apache2 show each incoming connection via SSLH originating from 127.0.0.1, I want to add the ...
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Logrotate or scripting to manipulate log file

I want to make sure that a certain log file gets empty when it reaches a specific size. I first used logrotate since the man page says: It will not modify a log multiple times in one day unless ...
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How to set one job to run at precise time with anacron without losing config at next upgrade?

I want logrotate to run at a precise time daily. Currently it is set to run at some random time using anacron and I don't want to change the randomness factor for all the other jobs. I have ...
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Permission denied when running logrotate with anacron

I am trying to figure out what is causing anacron to send me the following error message: /etc/cron.daily/logrotate: /var/log/mariadb/mariadb.log-20140710.gz: Permission denied error: error running ...
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logrotate error “error: error opening /home/web/logs/dev.log.10: No such file or directory”

In a run, sometimes I get such type of errors for any of the log file. Below is my configuration: /home/web/logs/*.log.* { missingok copytruncate olddir rotate rotate 5000 compress ...
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Log rotate - not copying the all file

I'm running a script to monitor the load of my server with the "top" command. t's called monitor I use logrotate to rotate the output file and save it every day. For this I have a crontab configured. ...
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How will logrotate delete customly named logs?

If someone would do a: vi /etc/logrotate.d/syslog # to the "/var/log/messages" part: lastaction OLDLOGFILENAME=$(ls -1t /var/log/messages* | grep gz | head -1) NEWLOGFILENAME=$(echo ...
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logrotate not working as intended

logrotate.conf # see "man logrotate" for details # rotate log files weekly weekly # keep 4 weeks worth of backlogs rotate 4 # create new (empty) log files after rotating old ones create # ...
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why daily cron isn't running on CentOS 6?

I have a daily cronjob set up on CentOS 6 OS which should look after the log rotation job. The file is /etc/cron.daily/logrotate and it's contents are #!/bin/sh /usr/sbin/logrotate ...
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Smarter log rotation

I want to reduce the amount of logs in my system, but reduce them smartly. The general idea is, each time you rotate, look for any warning/error/critical level logs, and keep 2 minutes of log context ...