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From Dinesh Premalal <xydin...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: maximum log file size 1M
Date Mon, 05 Nov 2007 09:47:14 GMT
Samisa Abeysinghe <samisa@wso2.com> writes:
>> AFAIK, that file is backed up (axis2.log.1) and start new file
>> (axis2.log). Then , if new one also exceeds 1M, it is backed up over
>> writing old backed up file.
>>
>> Finally, system has only two files, current log file (axis2.log) and immediate
>> recent log file (axis2.log.1).
>>   
> So it is only two levels. Is that good enough?
Good enough than a single file , I guess :)

> The other concern is that, the code is already commited and it was
> never discussed on this list, despite it being a major decision :)

+1, I also didn't see any discussion regarding this change beforehand.

> Have we implemented this so that it works for all the deployment
> models like simple http/tcp servers as well as the httpd module?

Hope, Damitha will chime in some point :)
>>   
>>> Also, for a production system, I deem that 1M is too small.
>>>     
>> I guess not :), I looked at some other logs (#ls -lah
>> /var/log/ ) they even hardly exceeds 300K.
>>   
> I guess you looked on your PC, it is not a production system, it is? ;-)
> On my PC, apache error log is 491K already and I hardly run it on a
> daily basis.

I'm not sure whether apache using rotational or not. My point is since
log file is a text file, even 1M is too large. WDT?

thanks,
Dinesh

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