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Gaps of a few days in my Apache Log Files?

Posted on 2013-05-16
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Hi,

My apache server is running on Ubuntu. I'm from a windows hosting environment.

For some reason, I am getting gaps in my log files - it's patchy for some reason -

the log files are created as:
domain_access.log
domain_access.log1
domain_access.log2

but when I load them all in to Apache Log Viewer, days are missing which makes my work incomplete.

Any ideas as to why?

thanks
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No traffic during those days.
What are you using to rotate the logs?
You may want to use the rotation mechanism to pass the recently rotated log file to the statistical log cruncher.
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