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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by amritachoudhury, May 17, 2012.

  1. amritachoudhury

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    We are having the system/exim going down very frequently as the log file is filling up all of the space in /var.

    Could anyone suggest how this issue can be resolved and what could be the root cause?

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    Thanks Nibin


    We had stopped the solr but somehow the /var/log/solr.log is filling it up.

    Our hosting company has confirmed it is stopped but mentioned that we 2 different installs of Solr:

    root@connect9 [/var/log]# ls /var/solr/
    ./ build/ CHANGES.txt common-build.xml dist/ example/ LICENSE.txt README.txt src/
    ../ build.xml client/ contrib/ docs/ lib/ NOTICE.txt solr.zip
    root@connect9 [/var/log]# ls /var/apache-solr/
    ./ build.xml client/ contrib/ docs/ exampleold/ LICENSE.txt README.txt
    ../ CHANGES.txt common-build.xml dist/ example/ lib/ NOTICE.txt src/


    Please share how often should we have this log rotated, and how lon should we keep the log for

    As I am not a developer but custodian of the website, could you share what needs to be done so that I can guide the developers
     
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