Linux LOGROTATE usage

LOGROTATE Logrotate provides an ability to systematically rotate and archive any log files produced by the system and thus reducing a operating system's disk space requirement. By default logrotate is invoked once a day using a cron scheduler from location /etc/cron.daily/ # ls /etc/cron.daily/ cups logrotate makewhatis.cron mlocate.cron prelink readahead.cron rhsmd tmpwatch Configuring Logrotate Logrotate's … Continue reading Linux LOGROTATE usage