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Oracle WebCache Access Log rotation

Posted on 2011-09-20
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Dear experts -

                  I have been trying to configure oracle webache logs. What I would like to do is rotate the access logs every day.  What I did was ,

1. Under the Logging and Diagnostics , clicked on Access Logs
2. I gave the file name as access_log_file.yyyymmdd_hhmm  
3. selected roller over policy as daily

applied the changes and restarted the webcache

when I tried to access an application. I see the logfile name as access_log_file.yyyymmdd_hhmm  instead of access_log_file.20090920.1555.

what I mean to say it is not capturing the date format I provided

Thanks for the help

Regards
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My understanding is that you would just leave the file name as the default "access_log" and the application would append the appropriate suffix:
    For Daily it would be in the format "-jjjj-MM-tt"

So your file names would look like access_log_file-2011-SEP-20


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I am sure you have read this already, but I will include it anyway.

http://download.oracle.com/docs/cd/E17904_01/web.1111/e10143/log.htm#CEGEJFIE

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thanks. that worked
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