[Orca-users] RE: Apache access_log is a symbolic link

Keiko.Y Keiko_Yoshikawa at cssd.mei.co.jp
Wed Jan 30 22:21:45 PST 2002

Hi, David

Well, If I took your problem mean you wanted to set an access_log file that
had been set symbolic link.
Is that right?

I don't know how to solve in this case exactly, but how about setting a
path that you had set for symbolic link.

I mean, like following sample;

If you have set log file:

And also you had set symbolic link:
/usr/local/ -> /home1/hoge/

then, I recommend you to try now is (in start_orcallator)
log file /home1/hoge/apache/access_log

If you had tried this already, I'm sorry.
But I hope you can do it!


  -----Original Message-----
  From: dtitzer at servicebench.com [mailto:dtitzer at servicebench.com]
  Sent: Thursday, January 31, 2002 4:39 AM
  To: orca-users at yahoogroups.com
  Subject: [orca-users] Apache access_log is a symbolic link

  In an effort to roll over Apache logs, my colleague here installed and
  configured "cronolog." Now, I'm not able to get orcallator.se to see those
  log files. My graphs don't generate properly, and I'm guessing it has
  something to do with the symbolic link. Is there some way around this?


  David A. Titzer
  Systems Administrator
  dtitzer at servicebench.com

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