On a PC that sees only occasional use, I'm using what appears to be default files
in /etc/logrotate.d/, timestamped Oct 2018. zypper.lr there specifies size 10M.
After a reboot with its size exceeding 10M, e.g. 25,000K, it remains the same size
until some later unknown time or number of boots when it finally gets rotated and
shrunk. Why? How can rotating and compressing it be made to happen when on boot it
is found to exceed the configured limit. Is it simply that logrotate needs to be
forced to run other than via a daily cron job? If yes, what is a good method? If
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