How to Rotate Apache Log Files in Linux

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Sham Arsiwala

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Jul 22, 2011, 6:31:28 AM7/22/11
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Question: I would like to automatically rotate the apache access_log and error_log files. Can you explain with an example on how to do this?

Answer: This can be achived using logrotate utility as explained below.

Add the following file to /etc/logrotate.d directory.


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Surjit Thakur

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Apr 20, 2019, 12:27:25 AM4/20/19
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Hi , 

I wants to take daily backup of /var/log/secure and email to me to see who has loged to server .
How i can do this ?

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Surjit


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Rajesh Sharma

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Hi, 

You have to create custom script, and put that script in cron job. 

Thanks 
Rajesh Sharma 

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