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Can anyone perhaps just give me a sample for 'when' in newsyslog.conf to get rotation to rotate at 00:00 on the 1st of the month? I tried '$M18D0' to no evail... -- Chris....

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    Can anyone perhaps just give me a sample for 'when' in newsyslog.conf to get
    rotation to rotate at 00:00 on the 1st of the month?

    I tried '$M18D0' to no evail...

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    Chris.

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    In the last episode (Mar 17), Chris Knipe said: 

    If you drop the , that would rotate on the 18th day of every month.
    Try (from the manpage):

    $M1D0 rotate at the first day of every month at midnight (i.e.,
    the start of the day; same as 01T00)

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    Dan Nelson
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    On Thu, Mar 17, 2005 at 07:09:06PM +0200, Chris Knipe wrote: 

    From the syslog manpage:

    ------------------------------------------------------------------------
    $M1D0 rotate at the first day of every month at midnight
    (i.e., the start of the day; same as 01T00)
    ------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Have you already tried this?

    Nathan

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    Default Apache Signal 11

    This just very recently started to happen (and I haven't upgraded Apache
    as of late either, or any other software for that matter). I keep
    getting this in my kernel.log on 2 different hosts:
    Mar 17 09:34:16 logsrv pid 38069 (httpd), uid 0: exited on signal 11
    (core dumped)
    Mar 17 00:34:25 g1bs0n kernel: pid 9419 (httpd), uid 0: exited on signal
    11 (core dumped)

    Both hosts are running 'apache+mod_ssl-1.3.33+2.8.22' plus
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    was able to get Apache running on g1bs0n by not starting ssl; however,
    Apache won't start on logsrv at all.

    Looking up man signal, SIGSEGV (11) is a segmentation violation. What
    can cause this on 2 different machines that haven't been updated in a
    while? I'm currently running a ports-cvsup, to verify that
    apache+mod_ssl either does or does not need to be updated.



    -Kyle Mott

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