Hi,I saw a change in bucket name logging and update about it in documentation-----Starting March 6, 2013 00:00 UTC storage and usage objects will be written with the suffix
<id>matches the regular expression
[a-z0-9]+. This replaces the previous suffixes
_YYYY_MM_DD_v0for storage objects and
_YYYY_MM_DD_HH_v0for usage objects.
---Does log naming indicate any change in frequency of logs generated.Does this still mean that storage logs would be generated once in day and usage logs would be generated once in hour (which was the frequency I am aware of )?Please let me know any documentation link on frequency of logs.Thanks,Sachin
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Thanks Ted for confirming that.I have few questions related to frequency.Q1. I have setup logs for many buckets and I want to setup a cronjob to inspect all logs of all buckets, so to determine the start time for the cronjob, I wanted to know when writing of logs for all buckets will be completed in that hour. I see various timestamps across log files but could not figure out best time to start the cronjob to cover logs of all buckets.
Q2. Is the timestamp shown in gsutil ls -l for logs in UTC? or in timezone of system where gsutil is run?