Hello all,
sorry for this long delay since my first post.
Thanks for all the answers, it helped me to make some tests, and after not
so long, I realize I use a personnal script to launch the daemons, and I
was still using my "debug" start line, which contains the startclean
argument ...
So it's all my fault, Slurm did his job to startclean when the logrotate
triggered it.

Sorry for that !

On Thu, Sep 29, 2016 at 2:05 PM, Janne Blomqvist <janne.blomqv...@aalto.fi>

> On 2016-09-27 10:39, Philippe wrote:
> > If I can't use logrotate, what must I use ?
> You can log via syslog, and let your syslog daemon handle the rotation
> (and rate limiting, disk full, logging to a central log host and all the
> other nice things that syslog can do for you).
> --
> Janne Blomqvist, D.Sc. (Tech.), Scientific Computing Specialist
> Aalto University School of Science, PHYS & NBE
> +358503841576 || janne.blomqv...@aalto.fi

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