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From Mark Eggers <>
Subject Re: Velocity / Avalon
Date Tue, 27 Aug 2002 17:34:33 GMT
Wouldn't you do this in a cron job similar to that of
other system logs?

I would think that if you ran tomcat as a particular
user, then you would create a cron job mirroring those
used by syslog.log, messages.log, etc. and just use
velocity.log as the log file name.

I'm not familiar with SUSE (I run RedHat), but there
may be a log management facility where all you would
do is add the full path to the log file, number of
active log files you want in the rotation, the naming
convention (logfile.log.mmddyyyy for example), and
what to do with the log file once it falls out of
rotation (archive, delete, etc.).

Just a thought.


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