2008/6/20 Agus <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>: > 2008/6/19 David Robillard <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>: > >> > Well yes, this is precisely the reason why we use a SIGHUP (equivalent >> to >> > "apachectl restart") instead of a SIGUSR1 (apachectl graceful). We don't >> > really care about a few broken client connections since the logs are >> rotated >> > at a quiet time. >> > >> > Of course, YMMV. >> >> Yes, of course :) >> >> > regards, >> > Ruben >> >> Cheers, >> >> DA+ >> -- >> David Robillard >> UNIX systems administrator & Oracle DBA >> CISSP, RHCE & Sun Certified Security Administrator >> Montreal: +1 514 966 0122 >> > > > Thank u all very much guys....i will see if i do a graceful or simply a > restart cause i dont think the apache will be getting too many connections > all the time....but that clarifications was quite good David....and thank u > for the example....that is always the best way to understand things...much > appreciated... > > Will try both....just a question about compression...What i understood from > your mail is that as apache takes some time to let his children close all > connections i shouldn zip those logs cause, newsyslog wont wait till apache > finishes and probably will xip logs that are still being access by the > children? if htat is the case using a HUP will close all and allow me to use > compresion? > > Cheers, > Agustin >
Sorry guys...got one more doubt....Why do u use B (binary) if apache logs are simple text? any particular reason? Thanks _______________________________________________ firstname.lastname@example.org mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"