On Mon, Nov 12, 2001 at 11:02:31AM +0000, Jerry Walsh wrote:
> No, rotatelogs doesn't HUP apache at all... apache pipes the log data
> to rotatelogs which in turn just creates a new logfile when the time
> comes and it sends the log data into that one. Rotatelogs doesn't touch
> the apache processes at all...
RTFP - I didn't mention apache's rotatelogs program which I'm not using
(this is not a new apache installation and may even predate rotatelogs). I
mentioned a logrotate script whcih is a different thing and DOES HUP apache.
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