Citrix Xen Server – Changing the frequency of log rotation (for example to resolve a lack of disk space)

Credit to Steven Wright, because this article help me so much. If you have problem like me, please follow below procedure to resolve it :

Connect putty and logon into xen server host using root user.

Use “vi” (a text editor) to edit the /etc/logrotate.conf file

Changed the rotate value into what you want and set the log to compress (delete the #).

Press “I” for insert and press “x” to delete. Esc to return to command mode.

After finish, press “:wq” (w = Write and q= quit).

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