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The obvious thing to do would be to go to the logrotate home page and look around for some version history. There you can find the original 0.1 release in version control, and the manual page for that release gives the author as "Erik Troan <ewt@redhat.com>" and the date as "Mon Nov 18 1996". This took about a minute.


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I think disabling SELinux is not the best option. The better solution, in my opinion, is to create and apply policy. Here is an example of how to do it for other policy http://www.greenvalleyconsulting.org/2015/01/28/installing-coldfusion-11-on-centos-6-6-with-selinux-enforcing/. The same concept will apply to logrotate_t policy instead of httpd_t as ...



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