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Re: [Linux-cluster] Logging with cluster



--- "isplist logicore net" <isplist logicore net>
wrote:

> Repeat Post: Anyone have ideas on how to deal with
> multiple machines thinking 
> they own the shared log?
> 
> ---
> 
> It dawns on me that I'm not sure how to delete some
> logging that is being 
> shared in a cluster. For example, apache, the log is
> shared and all web 
> servers write to the same file. If I nuke the file
> after running a stats 
> program, the rest of the web servers don't know
> about it.
> 
> Should I be doing shared logging or is there a way
> to handle this?
My personal chose is to have each server with its logs
files, and them, offline after rotate them, merge them
into a big one file

to merge the log I used to use the 'mergerlog'
command:
About:
mergelog is a small and fast C program, which merges
HTTP log files by date in 'Common Log Format' (Apache
default log format) from Web servers, behind
round-robin DNS. It has been designed to easily
process huge logs from highly stressed servers, and
can manage gzipped files.


cu
roger

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