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12.4 About Log Rotation

You can configure Oracle Traffic Director to automatically rotate (archive) the logs at specified intervals. You can also rotate the logs manually whenever required.

When the logs are rotated, the old log files are renamed with a suffix indicating the rotation date (in the yyyymmdd format) and 24-hour time (in the hhmm format). For example, the file name of the server log archive created at 11 p.m. on August 25, 2011 would be server-201108252300.log.

After log rotation, the server and access logs are re-initialized.

For information about how to rotate logs, see Section 12.5, "Rotating Logs Manually" and Section 12.6, "Configuring Oracle Traffic Director to Rotate Logs Automatically."


Rotate Access Log event will also rotate TCP access logs.