Comment #2 on issue 1191 by sascha.l...@gisa.de: sample logrotate conf
breaks with >=logrotate-3.8 and split-user
create and su do not the same. create is for setting the owner/permission
on newly created logfile. su is for setting logrotat's process owner/group.
logrotate >=3.8 seems to enforce using su on a directory writeable by
others then root. So reinstating the create directive would not help?
This is what the ubuntu-16.04 package actually does:
su root root
It uses su again and create (but without user/group). I assume the "su root
root" is for the same reason: it is needed with logrotate >=3.8.
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