[Python-Dev] [concurrentrotatingfilehandler]: How are the log files split up ?
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Wed Jan 19 06:11:27 CET 2011
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On Wed, Jan 19, 2011 at 01:02:09PM +0800, low kian seong wrote:
> Dear people,
> I am currently using concurrentrotatingfilehandler to handle my Python logs.
> The situation is okay when it's only one log, but when it needs to spill
> over to the next log (I configured to have 2) say test.log.2 then I see that
> the output is sort of shared between the first log test.log and test.log.2.
> Am I supposed to concatenate all the logs together to get my logs back ?
> Google hasn't brought back any results, so I am wondering is it just me
> using or reading the resultant logs wrong?
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