How can I limit the size of a log file, which is saved in the form of 'foo.txt', from within a bash script please? I want to put in the variables 'LOGFILE=50 mb' and it uses that size, or whatever ...
We have a java based web-app running on CentOS 6.0 64bit and it writes out many log files. Some of the files are rotated on daily basis using logrotate using the daily, copytruncate and other few ...
Is there any way to keep file size of log file fixed without rotating it by a new empty file and deleting (or archiving) the old file. For example, if I set log file maximum size to 1MB, after the ...