Thanks Jeff for your reply.
Is apache expected to not create new mod-jk log right on restart? Shouldn't it create file with 0 bytes on restart even if there is nothing to write at restart?
Regarding request being used to update mod jk with error, I had tried with loglevel set to INFO, I could see an entry for that same request as ERROR so I think request should be good.
From: Jeff Trawick <email@example.com>
To: firstname.lastname@example.org <email@example.com>
Sent: Mon Sep 13 04:57:25 2010
Subject: Re: [users@httpd] Apache mod-jk log rotate issue
On Mon, Sep 13, 2010 at 7:14 AM, Garg, Saman <Saman_Garg@intuit.com>
I am trying to implement apache mod-jk logrotate using apache
"rotatelogs" program. Below is the entry that I have made in mod-jk
config file where <apache_home> and <log_location> values are correctly
The problem here is after making above entries, when I do the apache
restart for the first time, it doesn't create the new mod-jk log file.
But when I change the log level to "info", it does create the mod-jk log
When log level was set to "error", it waits for error to happen and
should automatically create the mod-jk file at that time? Contrary to
that, I tried to send the error message to update mod-jk log, but it
still didn't create the mod-jk log.
Could somebody please help?
rotatelogs doesn't create the file until it has something to write.
Perhaps your attempt to cause mod_jk to write an error message was unsuccessful, such that rotatelogs had nothing to write.