Thank you Craig & Guillame. I did disable varnishlog and left only
varnishncsa.

Albert


On Mon, Sep 19, 2016 at 5:44 PM, Craig Servin <cser...@cromagnon.com> wrote:

> Hi Albert,
>
> What I do is run varnishncsa for the day to day logging, and only run
> varnishlog for debugging purposes.  You can also filter the output from
> varnishlog, but that would be specific to what you are trying to log.
>
> Cheers,
>
> Craig
>
>
>
> On 2016-09-19 07:37, Albert Tollkuçi wrote:
>
>> I've setup varnish as a proxy for a few websites and it's running
>> smoothly.
>> However I did notice that the log file is huge (daily size of around 100
>> GB). I guess that so much logging will hurt the performance and I'm
>> looking
>> at different options.
>>
>> I tried to remove -w filename option but this was required. Probably
>> another option is to disable the service. However before making the
>> changes
>> I would like to ask if there's any recommendation of how to setup
>> varnishlog in production server.
>>
>> Thank you,
>> Albert
>>
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