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I'm a Java "expert" working for a major SSII.

I'm currently working on applications for the healthcare world


Mar
5
comment Cannot Compile Apache: “Error, SSL/TLS libraries were missing or unusable”
not working for me
Jun
21
awarded  Supporter
Jun
4
comment How to atomically change / rotate log file every minute?
Hi Hauke Laging, I went on with a couple of tests but I can't get it right : split is not fit for time-based split, so I've thought to 'crontab' it. But I started with a simpler solution : I wrote a perl script that outputs in the fifo each numbers from 0 to 10000 with a 100ms sleep. I ran this in background and did a head on it to gather the first bytes just to check that two head calls would not break the sequence ... unfortunalty I got a [1]+ Broken pipe perl script.pl >log at the first head. Therefore I think split would not work. What am I missing ?
May
29
comment How to atomically change / rotate log file every minute?
ooooooops, you meant THE split unix core command. Sorry @HaukeLaging I've read your answer too fast. I'll check that on my app
May
29
comment How to atomically change / rotate log file every minute?
Nice start but I'm looking for a complete solution. Not that yours is bad, but I was very surpised that in 2013 the minimum rotation time for every one is daily like in logrotate. Everybody is talking about big data, auditing and so on, but I feel like the only one needing much frequent rotation ...
May
29
comment How to atomically change / rotate log file every minute?
beside, logrotate minimum is daily ... which is very far from what I want to achieve
May
29
comment How to atomically change / rotate log file every minute?
size doesn't matter in my case : I need it to rotate as frequently as possible to save auditing logs remotely.
May
28
asked How to atomically change / rotate log file every minute?
May
26
comment Including pending update list in motd
Just to keep everybody posted, I'm not droping this. currently I've found that you can get 60% of this by using the package update-notifier-common but according to this bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=437176 debian team has choosen not to automatically update the motd because of security bugs that affected Ubuntu.
May
22
awarded  Student
May
21
asked Including pending update list in motd