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Old 29th October 2010, 22:11
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Ah, been using 3.0.3 since it came out. But, these logs are <10MB so I guess that's why they aren't rotated...
Exactly Rotating such a small log makes not much sense, if we would rotate them e.g. daily and you want to lookup a error that is some time ago, then the messages might be lost. So we rotate them only if they are getting too big and until then, you will be able to investigate all old error messages as well.
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Old 29th October 2010, 22:16
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And that's why I love you. haha

I think I've got this box stabilized. max load of 4 the past 24 hrs.
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