In message <_A3715@delegate-en.ML_> on 04/19/07(12:46:37)
you "Kwis Angelo" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
|One more question...Im trying to print out the console logs to a file..so I
|piped it to a file using the command line when starting up Delegate (as
|shown in the command line in my previous email). However, the logs will
|grow indefinitely..but of course we can create some scripts to truncate
|these logs everyday to avoid them from growing very big.
|Is there a more proper way of handling the Delegate logs automatically? One
|where it will automatically rotate the logs periodically (say, daily). I saw
|a LOGDIR and LOGFILE parameter, but when I it tried it, it doesnt seem to
|generate the logs...the only time I can see logs is when I shutdown Delegate
|using the following command line
|./delegated -P$DELEDATE_LISTNER_PORT DGROOT=/opt/gemalto/delegate951 -Fkill
|Afterwards, I then saw logs like "8077", "8077.http" and "8077.ftp" in the
|How can I force Delegate to log to these files while it is running?
Stop using "-v" option which force logs to be put onto the console.
9 9 Yutaka Sato <email@example.com> http://delegate.org/y.sato/
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