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X's logging behavior is: If there is a /var/log/Xorg.DISPLAY.log, rename it to /var/log/Xorg.DISPLAY.log.old, overwriting any file that might be there. Open /var/log/Xorg.DISPLAY.log, and begin logging to it. Unfortunately, this isn't configurable, except in the sense all open-source software is: you could change the source code and recompile. It's in ...


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Your original error messages make no sense with what you're showing for your cron that runs your logrotate. rotating pattern: /home/mail3/log/popMailProcessing.log forced from command line (60 rotations) empty log files are rotated, old logs are removed considering log /home//log/popMailProcessing.log error: stat of /home/mail3/log/popMailProcessing.log ...



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