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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 27605] - log rotate problem
Date Fri, 12 Mar 2004 11:56:53 GMT
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log rotate problem





------- Additional Comments From agatta@inwind.it  2004-03-12 11:56 -------
Sorry for my poor english...
Thanks.. Now we want to upgrade cronolog and next, only if is necessary, we'll
upgrade apache...
For some strange reason there are some processes thath write on yesterday log
and some processes thath write on current (today) access_log.
For statistical pourpose we need to have access information only in one file...
For us is Critical to correct this situation

You write to me thath our apache installation is _ancient_ and so I've changed
the status to invalid...

Our configuration, I think, is correct and we have no way to open a bug to
cronolog...

Now we cannot upgrade Apache, so can You help us in some way, please?
Wath type of information do You need?

Can You change the status of the bug in the right way please?
Thanks again for your patient.
Bye, Antenore.

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