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Old 11th September 2006, 14:48
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Default strange mail log cutting at 16:45 daily, incomplete mail logs

Hi - I have problems with a strange mail log behaviour:
  • the /var/log/mail.ispconfigsave contains the daily logs from 16:45 to 23:59 only.
    example: log entrys between Sep 9 23:59 and Sep 10 16:45 are missing
  • the daily logfiles /var/log/mail.info-YYYYMMDD.gz are containing
    the entries from 16:45 to 16:45
    example: mail.info-20060909.gz
    first entry: Sep 8 16:45:15
    last entry: Sep 9 16:45:02
  • Logrotation is as default:
    1. /etc/cron.daily/logrotate runs /etc/logrotate.conf
    2. /etc/logrotate.conf is default, contains nothing related to 16:45
      (only the default values: weekly, rotate 4, create)
    3. /etc/logrotate.d contains no postfix file
  • the ispconfig jobs in crontab are croned as default (23:59, 0:30, 0:40 etc.), there is no cronjob around 16:45 (nevertheless the ispconfig log-jobs are reading the logfiles only, not cutting them, right?)

I would like to have the logfiles cutted at 0:00
After looking for related threads here and asking google Im quite confused now .....

Can anybody help or give me a hint, a url ..... thanks in advance!
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Stefan.
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