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We are running a special application on a windows server that requires iPlanet to host.  We are trying to move the logs from this server automatically to another server but the only way to do this is to stop the service move the log and restart the service.

Is there a way to configure iPlanet to create the logs on a daily basis so the previous days log won't be in use when we try to move it?
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Hi rocketdoctor,

Which version of iPlanet are you using because iPlanet Web Server Enterprise Edition 4.1 has a feature known as Dynamic Log Rotation. This allows an administrator to rotate server logs without shutting down the server.
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