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Logrotate: which ones are in use

Discussion in 'Plesk 9.x for Linux Issues, Fixes, How-To' started by Andres Ba, Sep 2, 2009.

  1. Andres Ba

    Andres Ba Guest

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    Hi everyone,
    I have 3 logrotate.conf in my system:

    This one should be the system one:
    /etc/logrotate.conf

    And then I have these ones:
    /etc/psa/logrotate.conf
    /usr/local/psa/etc/logrotate.conf

    why do I have two? Is that right? The settings are very similar in the two files.

    are they both called?

    thanks in advance,

    Andres
     
  2. Maa

    Maa Guest

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    You can check system logrotate.conf location like this:

    # grep rotate /etc/cron*/*
    /etc/cron.daily/logrotate:/usr/sbin/logrotate /etc/logrotate.conf

    Logrotate in Plesk seems to be hard-coded to psa/etc/logrotate.conf

    Also, as far as I know Plesk logrotate configs also were here (path above) so origin of /etc/psa/logrotate is unknown.
    Most probably it is not used.
     
  3. Andres Ba

    Andres Ba Guest

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    grep rotate /etc/cron*/* does return the path to the system rotate.conf (which I expected being /etc/logrotate.conf).

    I'm not so sure of what's plesk logrotate.conf path, because searching the forums, both paths appears. yet seems hard to believe that 2 are used.

    my guess is that one was used by a previous version of plesk and that at some point the location was changed.

    thanks for your suggestion,

    Andres
     
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