Re: [squid-users] Log rotation.

From: Deb Heller-Evans <>
Date: Wed, 21 Nov 2001 10:55:48 -0800 (PST)

So, Henrik, (just so I'm sure I'm on the same page) are you
saying that you've modified your own running squid source such
that invoking "squid -k rotate" does *not* do any log rotation?
And, therefore, for rotation, you're using logrotate, right?

This is what I would like to do (I have my own perl script for
log rotation and compression), but I'm not much of a C hacker,
so if I were to modify and recompile the code to do the above,
what would I be modifying? Where?



Meanwhile, Henrik Nordstrom says:
| We use logrotate for log rotation, disabling the built in rotation in
| Squid. logrotate only calls "squid -k rotate" to tell Squid that the
| logs have been rotated.
| Regards
| Henrik Nordström
| Squid Hacker
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