[sniffer] LogRotate no longer working?

2004-10-31 Thread Andy Schmidt
Hi, After 10/28 the log files have not been rotation. I even logged into the server and executed the send-rotate - but the current log files just continues to grow: 10/24/2004 11:00p 1,324,321 x.log.20041025040052 10/25/2004 05:44a 1,303,683 x.log.20041025104510 10/25/2004

RE: [sniffer] LogRotate no longer working?

2004-10-31 Thread Colbeck, Andrew
it for a day, you can slow your mail server down by letting sniffer append new log lines to an ever-growing 800+ MB text file! Andrew ;) -Original Message- From: Colbeck, Andrew Sent: Sunday, October 31, 2004 6:27 PM To: '[EMAIL PROTECTED]' Subject: RE: [sniffer] LogRotate no longer working? Oh

Re: [sniffer] LogRotate no longer working?

2004-10-31 Thread Pete McNeil
On Sunday, October 31, 2004, 9:18:48 PM, Andy wrote: AS Hi, AS After 10/28 the log files have not been rotation. I even logged into the AS server and executed the send-rotate - but the current log files just AS continues to grow: AS 10/24/2004 11:00p 1,324,321 x.log.20041025040052

Re[2]: [sniffer] LogRotate no longer working?

2004-10-31 Thread Pete McNeil
On Sunday, October 31, 2004, 9:45:19 PM, Andrew wrote: CA For what it's worth, another two lessons I learned: CA If you start a persistent instance, then delete or rename your rulebase, CA when you issue a reload, you get this in your log: CA snfrv2r3 20041031022545 -INITIALIZING- 0 0

Re[2]: [sniffer] LogRotate no longer working?

2004-10-31 Thread Pete McNeil
On Sunday, October 31, 2004, 11:33:49 PM, Andy wrote: AS 1. on 10:28 5:46PM I downloaded and installed the new Sniffer version. AS 2. I just ran: AS D:\IMAIL\Sniffer\Win32mylicense.exe myauthcode rotate -- this had no effect AS D:\IMAIL\Sniffer\Win32mylicense.exe myauthcode stop AS

RE: Re[2]: [sniffer] LogRotate no longer working?

2004-10-31 Thread Andy Schmidt
Subject: Re[2]: [sniffer] LogRotate no longer working? On Sunday, October 31, 2004, 11:33:49 PM, Andy wrote: AS 1. on 10:28 5:46PM I downloaded and installed the new Sniffer AS version. AS 2. I just ran: AS D:\IMAIL\Sniffer\Win32mylicense.exe myauthcode rotate -- this had no effect AS D:\IMAIL

RE: Re[2]: [sniffer] LogRotate no longer working?

2004-10-31 Thread Andy Schmidt
x20 (Business) Fax:+1 201 934-9206 -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Pete McNeil Sent: Sunday, October 31, 2004 11:48 PM To: Andy Schmidt Subject: Re[2]: [sniffer] LogRotate no longer working? On Sunday, October 31, 2004, 11:33:49 PM

Re[4]: [sniffer] LogRotate no longer working?

2004-10-31 Thread Pete McNeil
On Monday, November 1, 2004, 12:02:30 AM, Andy wrote: AS Pete, AS - okay, I ran the STOP command - it never ended AS - the persistent command window never ended AS - I finally stopped the SERVICE and the stop command ended AS - I finally CLOSED the command window to flush the persistent task AS

RE: Re[4]: [sniffer] LogRotate no longer working?

2004-10-31 Thread Andy Schmidt
Best Regards Andy Schmidt Phone: +1 201 934-3414 x20 (Business) Fax:+1 201 934-9206 -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Pete McNeil Sent: Monday, November 01, 2004 12:14 AM To: Andy Schmidt Subject: Re[4]: [sniffer] LogRotate no longer

RE: Re[2]: [sniffer] LogRotate no longer working?

2004-10-31 Thread Colbeck, Andrew
the executable from the download archive. I think that covers it. Happy to help! Andrew 8) -Original Message- From: Pete McNeil [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Sunday, October 31, 2004 8:24 PM To: Colbeck, Andrew Subject: Re[2]: [sniffer] LogRotate no longer working? On Sunday, October 31

[sniffer] logrotate

2004-04-14 Thread Bonno Bloksma
Hi, In the default logrotate.cmd script is a move in stead of a ren command. Is there any special reason for that? As Ren is an internal command and move an external command I would have expected Ren to be used. p.s. Did my comment about an updated AutoSNF.cmd file make it to you Pete? I

Re: [sniffer] logrotate

2004-04-14 Thread Pete McNeil
At 10:01 AM 4/14/2004, you wrote: Hi, In the default logrotate.cmd script is a move in stead of a ren command. Is there any special reason for that? As Ren is an internal command and move an external command I would have expected Ren to be used. That's a good point - I guess I used move because