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|21st August 2012, 08:42||#1|
Join Date: May 2010
How to Split Linux Log Files by Day or Month @ OCmodshop
Unless your admins took the extra care to automatically separate your log files by date, then you may have noticed one huge-*** log file in your web page's directory... especially if it isn't compressed.
In my case I had an 11.3GB log file sitting in my home directory, and I really needed to split it up into smaller files.
There's a very easy way to do this with the Linux command line.
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