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Exploring the Logrotate Configuration

Logrotate is a system utility that manages the automatic rotation and compression of log files. If log files were not rotated, compressed, and periodically pruned, they could eventually consume all available disk space on a system. Logrotate’s configuration information can generally be found in two places: /etc/logrotate.conf: this file containsContinue readingExploring the Logrotate Configuration