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FreeBSD Logrotate and FTP

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I am not a FreeBSD or Linux expert--quickly becoming so--and I have a server that generates large and frequent FreeRADIUS detail files. I was told that there is an built-in logrotate in FreeBSD, but my machine (inherited) doesn't have it. I need to install that, and then either have a log rotation to save disk space, or have a way to send the files--then delete them from the server--to a jumpbox to be accessed by ftp by other IT people who don't have access to the server. Is this possible? and how would it be done?

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