Re: Configuring to work with logrotate
>I was looking into logrotate as it is a prebuilt app specifically
> > Hi all,
> > I am a bit confused as to the best way to run webalizer in
> > conjunction with logrotate.
> Why use logrotate if you don't need to?!? :)
> Just setup a monthly script to rotate the log at midnight (EOM) and
> process the rotated log. Nothing else as far as daily processing
> needs to change. There is an example in the README file.
> You can also expand the script to rotate the log, process it with
> the webalizer, compress it via gzip or similar, move it out of the
> way to an archive directory and then scan the archive directory to
> see if any old archived logs need to be removed to save disk space.
for log rotation. I dont see the point in reinventing the wheel. I
am sure that logrotate would be better than any script I can come up
Am I missing something here ?
Anyway, thanks for the replies.... I now know what I need to do.