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We also use logrotate, and this runs as a privileged user (for example root), as it does on most Linux systems I am currently using.

In other words, we do not use sudo to run logrotate because root kick off this process when it runs (I assume, but have not really looked deeply into it), and so it had permissions to chmod, chown, etc. on the archived log files.

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