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Re: large logging file



2GB log file is a massive log file.

Perhaps you should look at rotating the log files


to make things a bit more manageable.




From: Leon Li [mailto:Leon.Li@xxxxxxxxxxxxx]
Sent: 09 September 2011 13:08
To: GNU Gatekeeper Users
Subject: large logging file


Hello all,


I am wondering whether a large logging file (over 2G) will crash the gnugk.


We had gnugk stopped working and logging (the gap is as below), and found the last logging file is over 2G. Once restart the daemon with a new log file, gnugk is running again.


$ ls /srv/gnugk/log/gk.log* -l

-rw-r--r--    1 root     root        91965 Sep  9 02:03 /srv/gnugk/log/gk.log

-rw-r--r--    1 root     root     2147483647 Sep  8 08:34 /srv/gnugk/log/gk.log.bak





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