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Old 27th March 2013, 23:19
pawan pawan is offline
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Default log file rules

I have observed that Log files generated for access log or error log in var/log/ispconfig/http in some cases becomes date.access.log.gz and in some case it remains without gz.

similarly error.log files becomes error1.log, error2.log.

what rule it follows for initiating a new log file i.e. period or size of the file as at times I noticed that an error log file becomes really very big running in to 200-300mb and takes too long to open.

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