This is a discussion on Re: Check out log-file per day - DNS ; In message , Kevin Darcy writes: > Mark Andrews wrote: > > In message , Kevin Darcy writes: > > > >> Jonathan Petersson wrote: > >> > >>> Hi, > >>> Is there some statement that you can give ...
In message <491A19E3.email@example.com>, Kevin Darcy writes:
> Mark Andrews wrote:
> > In message <491A0864.firstname.lastname@example.org>, Kevin Darcy writes:
> >> Jonathan Petersson wrote:
> >>> Hi,
> >>> Is there some statement that you can give that triggers bind to check out
> >>> current log-file when a new day occurs. I'm currently using the size optio
> >>> but it would be useful if you could have 1 file per day instead.
> >>> If not I guess I'll have to do a cronjob.
> >> Yeah, it would be nice if there were an rndc "logroll" command.
> >> For that matter, it would be nice to have a cache-cleaning command in
> >> rndc as well, so that one could schedule that potentially-disruptive
> >> activity for off-hours.
> > rndc flush (clears the entire cache)
> > rndc flushname (clears the given name)
> clear != clean. I'm talking about only deleting the expired entries. I
> know about cleaning-interval, and it's a handy tunable, but in
> high-performance environments sometimes one needs uneven intervals or to
> skip intervals sometimes (e.g. during month-end processing or whatever).
> An rndc command for "manual" cleaning would give more fine-grained control.
> - Kevin
Just set the cache size and named do extra cleaning.
Mark Andrews, ISC
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