"Logs to be gzipped"

Post #303032320 by vbe on Friday 15th of March 2019 08:04:11 AM

Full Discussion: Logs to be gzipped
Well there are many options, then it depends of your architecture as unix command argument may differ, so for a start you should tell on what OS you are dealing with and the shell you use only we are not going to do the work for you as you will learn nothing, as all the people I know except a very few, we tend to be lazy and look for the most obvious and easy way out:
For that it means to see the content of that log directory as if there are only 2 files of the day why should we bother using the command find (IMHO I am guilty if others dont agree Smilie ) as for a newbie that command seems to have an obscure and complicated syntax, then see how many .gz files we have...
How would you do that?
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pppoerd(1M)															       pppoerd(1M)

pppoerd - PPPoE (Point to Point Protocol over Ethernet) relay SYNOPSIS
config-file] debug-level] log-file] DESCRIPTION
You need the daemon if the PPPoE client and the server are not on the same link. Options supports the following options: Specify the configuration file with absolute path to be used by The default configuration file is Specify the debug level at which logging has to be enabled. The three debug levels are: Logs all error messages. To log these messages, type on the command line. Logs all warning messages. To log these messages, type on the command line. Logs function level debug messages. To log these messages, type on the command line. Specify the log file with absolute path, to which must log all messages. The default log file is EXAMPLES
An example usage of is as follows: WARNINGS
Note that, you cannot run the relay without file. See pppoerd.conf(4) for more information. AUTHOR
was developed by Hewlett-Packard. FILES
PPPoE server daemon PPPoE client PPPoE relay configuration file PPP daemon SEE ALSO
pppd(1), pppoec(1), pppoerd(1M), pppoerd.conf(4). pppoerd(1M)

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