I think this is a "me too".
We had a rpm install of snort, where we later reconfigured it so that it didn't
write logfiles under /var/log/snort/*/* - as refered to in it's logrotate.d file.
However, when logrotate runs, it can't find any subdirs under /var/log/snort (as
we had deleted them), AND IT EXITED - CEASING TO RUN OTHER logrotate FILES!!
We found out a week later when the huge (un-rotated) squid logfiles crashed
i.e if you have a logrotate config file that refers to files in directories that
don't exist, logrotate exits, not running any remaining logrotate jobs. I don't
know if this is an exact match for this ticket - but I assume so?
I think there should be no such dependencies. The status of one logrotate config
file should not impact any others. Isn't that the point of RPMs - keep things
nice and separate?
It seems to be too late for 4.6, moving to 4.7.
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