Nickw

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Hi,

This is my first post so please be gental :)

As of around a month ago, logrotate recently started rotating the domlogs. I've searched this forum and found that logrotate shouldn't go anywhere near the domlogs. This is causing logrotate to sit at 100% cpu usage 24/7, and often several logrotate processes backing up.

I've not mad any config changes to tell logrotate to include the domlogs, i don't even know how to configure logrotate :)

Some info below:

"/home/domlogs/xn--yfr985h.xn--nckwdpcxc0b.jp-bytes_log.offset.2.gz.1.gz" 2008-4-6
"/home/domlogs/xn--yfr985h.xn--nckwdpcxc0b.jp-bytes_log.offset.1.gz.1.gz.1.gz" 2008-4-6
"/home/domlogs/xn--yfr05rhu5a.xn--nckwdpcxc0b.jp-bytes_log.offset.2.gz.1.gz" 2008-4-6
"/home/domlogs/xn--yfr05rhu5a.xn--nckwdpcxc0b.jp-bytes_log.offset.1.gz.1.gz.1.gz" 2008-4-6
"/home/domlogs/xn--oev38o.xn--nckwdpcxc0b.jp-bytes_log.offset.2.gz.1.gz" 2008-4-6
"/home/domlogs/xn--oev38o.xn--nckwdpcxc0b.jp-bytes_log.offset.1.gz.1.gz.1.gz" 2008-4-6
"/home/domlogs/xn--nckwdpcxc0b.hewkin.net-bytes_log.offset.2.gz.1.gz" 2008-4-6
"/home/domlogs/xn--nckwdpcxc0b.hewkin.net-bytes_log.offset.1.gz.1.gz.1.gz" 2008-4-6
"/home/domlogs/xn--lck0gzb.xn--nckwdpcxc0b.jp-bytes_log.offset.2.gz.1.gz" 2008-4-6
"/home/domlogs/xn--lck0gzb.xn--nckwdpcxc0b.jp-bytes_log.offset.1.gz.1.gz.1.gz" 2008-4-6
"/home/domlogs/woodnstonelandscapes.co.uk.1.gz" 2008-4-6
"/home/domlogs/woodnstonelandscapes.co.uk-bytes_log.1.gz" 2008-4-6
"/home/domlogs/wildtr-popbytes_log.offset" 2008-4-6
"/home/domlogs/vonned-popbytes_log.offset" 2008-4-6
"/home/domlogs/uriel.org.uk.2.gz.1.gz" 2008-4-6
"/home/domlogs/uriel.org.uk-bytes_log.2.gz.1.gz" 2008-4-6


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# see "man logrotate" for details
# rotate log files weekly
weekly

# keep 4 weeks worth of backlogs
rotate 4

# create new (empty) log files after rotating old ones
create

# uncomment this if you want your log files compressed
#compress

# RPM packages drop log rotation information into this directory
include /etc/logrotate.d

# no packages own wtmp -- we'll rotate them here
/var/log/wtmp {
monthly
create 0664 root utmp
rotate 1
}

# system-specific logs may be also be configured here.



Many thanks for any help on this.

Nick