Thu, 10 Jul 2003 08:15:21 -0400
When you rotate the logs you have to send syslog-ng a SIGHUP to make it look
at your new file. If you are using Linux if you look in /etc/logrotate.d
there is a file called syslog, make sure it is picking up the correct pid
file so that it is HUPing the right process on log rotation.
Sent: Thursday, July 10, 2003 7:03 AM
i have squid + syslog-ng 1.0.6.rc1
Syslog-ng look squid/access.log, and write log file (with date format) on a
remote server (tcp).
On squid there is a logrotate at 6 am.
My pb :
before the log rotate, all is good. After logrotate, syslog-ng don't write
the remote file.
The last line appear in this file was create at 6am.
The process run on the both server, and i have no error.
If i run syslog-ng restart, syslog-ng write the ligne in remote file .
the next error appear after the next logrotate.
Does anyone know why this is happening?
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