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> From: hsv@stripped
> Subject: Re: error-log aging
> man logrotate
> Not Unix!
So get unix :-)
> In any case, I take this to mean that this is not done within MySQL,
Half and half - rename the file, then issue "flush logs" in mysql to close and reopen the
logs, which will cause a new log with the configured name to be created.
That being said, I'm not much aware of Windows' idiosyncracies - I hope the damn thing
allows you to rename a file that's being held open by a program. If not, well... see
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