On Wed, Jun 29, 2016 at 6:08 AM, Per Jessen <per(a)computer.org> wrote:
Paul Groves wrote:
Sorry didn't see that one :)
I do not have that timer at all. It is not there.
www1:~ # systemctl enable logrotate.timer
Failed to execute operation: No such file or directory
Yes, on Leap 42.1, logrotate uses plain cron, not a systemd timer.
Look in /etc/cron/daily/logrotate
Per's comment changes things. I just assumed that if 13.2 was using a
systemd timer for logrotate that Leap 42.1 would as well.
The bug I referenced is unique to systemd's logrotate timer, so I'm
afraid I'm going to have to drop out of helping out. I don't have a
Leap 42.1 server setup.
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