Huge Dcc logdir
ugob at camo-route.com
Wed Aug 9 17:25:52 IST 2006
Brad Beckenhauer wrote:
> Look at dcc_conf
> # days to keep files in DCC log directories
> DBCLEAN_LOGDAYS=14 <--- I think this is the default.
And make sure you run the DCC cronjob.
> The cron-dccd and cron-dcc jobs do the cleanup process.
>>>> adrik at salesmanager.nl 8/9/2006 8:33 AM >>>
>> I just hunted down some wasted disk space and discovered huge
>> amounts of msg-* files in /usr/local/dcc/log which is DCCs
>> logdir. Somehow dcc decided to log every message. How can I
>> turn this off? I am using dccifd with SpamAssassin.
>> I know this is a bit OT. I am in a hurry, know that a lot of
>> dcc and SpamAssassin people hang around here so please excuse
>> this. :-)
> Jan Peter,
> Have a look in /usr/local/dcc/dcc_conf at the DCCM_LOG_AT and
> DCCIFD_LOG_AT parameters.
> These control the 'bulkiness' after which messages get logged.
> You can also use the -t option of dccifd.
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