A program for managing and archiving individual log files. It allows automatic rotation, compression, removal, and mailing of log files. Jobs can be configured to run hourly, daily, weekly, monthly, yearly or when reaching a certain size or age.

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Make the daily log rotate run on exact time

I have Ubuntu 12.04.2 LTS server. My daily log rotations which are listed under /etc/logrotate.d/ are executed at the morning around 7:00 am, but it is not on exact time, each day it changed on range ...
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Upstart not reopening log files on logrotation

We use upstart to manage our services on our Ubuntu servers. They produce logs which are logged out to /var/log/upstart/SERVICE_NAME.log Then daily, the log files are rotated using the logrotation ...
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Configuring logrotate without root access (per user log rotation)

How best can logrotate be configured, on a per-user basis, to rotate files in the home directory of the user, under control of a per-user 'crontab -e'?
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Log rotate returns 1 weekly - how do I debug this?

I'm trying to understand why logrotate returns 1 each week: run-parts: /etc/cron.daily/logrotate exited with return code 1 Initially the log didn't give me any output at all. I've since switched on ...
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Logrotate throws a SQUID4 error

I am using squid3, on my Ubuntu 12.10 server, for some months now. I never had problems like that until 4 days ago. Since then I get this mail every day: >Topic: Cron: test -x /usr/sbin/anacron || ...