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Description of problem:
apache stops logging when log file reaches 2 gigs
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. install httpd
2. have lots of people visit site
3. when apache log reaches 2 gigs no more accesses will be logged
Actual Results: no logs ( data loss )
Expected Results: continue logging ( no data loss )
at least it doesn't crash like apache 1.3.x ;)
In Red Hat 8.0 I'm seeing intermittent failures of httpd. Most of the time it
is related to the 2GB limit, but sometimes it isn't.
Deferring this for Cambridge until it's supported upstream. The Taroon httpd
package has a patch to allow >2gb access logs BTW.