[Mailman-Users] Mailman log rotation

Hank van Cleef vancleef at lostwells.net
Fri Jan 26 15:33:03 CET 2007

The esteemed Mark Sapiro has said:
> Hank van Cleef wrote:
> >I want to put the Mailman logs into the Solaris logadm.conf file 
> >for automatic cron rotation.
> >
> >This moves the old logfiles to logfiles.0 and touches new logfiles.
> >I'm assuming that the qrunners have to be restarted.  Anything else?
> Qrunners don't need to be restarted, just log files reopened
>   /path/to/bin/mailmanctl reopen
> That should be sufficient.
Thanks much, Mark.  I used the "mailmanctl reopen" in the
/etc/logadm.conf file (with the full paths to everything---mandatory for
cron jobs) and let cron do its thing.

This morning, the logs are rotated and writing happily.


Hank van Cleef (vancleef at lostwells.net, hvanclee at nyx.net)
1986 420SEL "A stranger in paradise" (Fremont Co. Wyoming)
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