Log file rotation script
rtibmx at yahoo.com
Tue Jun 10 17:12:15 MSD 2008
> * nginx still writes to the (renamed) old file
Ahh, that's the part I didn't realize. I thought once it was renamed no new log entries would be written there. Glad to know this!
>AmI missing something or using logrotate as Corey is just fine?
>(I use logrotate for everything)
I was wondering about this too. Logrotate seems to be the easiest solution. However I wasn't sure if it would work the same way. Is there a way to add a few seconds delay before Logrotate begins the compressing?
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