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I only can answer about "rotated logs". Change the last line of /etc/logrotate.d/upstart to read create root adm instead of nocreate, so that the file reads /var/log/upstart/*.log { daily missingok rotate 7 compress notifempty create root adm } This tell logrotate to create a new file with the same name as ...


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The command to find the version is initctl version. It should have output along the lines of init (upstart 1.12). Another method is running apt-cache policy upstart and looking at what version it says is installed. There has never been an upstart binary/command shipped in Ubuntu; I have no idea what the other answer is talking about. Edit: apparently ...


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This solution works for Upstart 1.5 on Ubuntu 12.04. Open the upstart config: sudo vim /etc/dbus-1/system.d/Upstart.conf Comment out the default policy, i.e. <policy context="default"> ... </policy> and paste the block from this patch: <!-- Allow any user to invoke all of the methods on Upstart, its jobs or their instances, and to ...


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The problem doesn't seem to occur in Trusty. So it seems to be fixed.



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