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Do I need to rotate the Apache webserver Access Logs on Solaris servers?

  • Article Type: Q&A
  • Product: Voyager
  • Product Version: 9.1 or
  • Relevant for Installation Type: Dedicated-Direct; Direct; Local; Total Care

Question

Do I need to rotate the Apache webserver Access Logs on Solaris servers?

Answer

It is neccesary to rotate the Apache webserver access logs on a periodical basis. or else they can cause the /m1 filesystem to reach full capacity, with the end result being an inoperative WebVoyage.
These logs are usually found in the //m1/shared/apache2/logs/xxxdb directory.

Recommendation: rotate Access logs weekly, using logrotate

Additional Information

How to use logrotate to manage voyager logs

Category: OPAC


  • Article last edited: 10/7/2015