From: John Torjo (john.lists_at_[hidden])
Date: 2004-10-28 12:34:56
> Usually you have to suffer the pain of the disk-writes because
> you need the log-file to analyze the reason of some crash and
> then the unflushed memory buffer to loose would not help much...
> The problem of disk space is normally solved by log rotating
> (parameters line maxlogfilesize and maxlogfilecount of a
> usual logging framework).
Indeed - I want to add cyclic logs (or rotating, if you wish) to the
logging lib - in the very near future.
Still, Darren, I think it should be pretty easy do do such a class
yourself - I assume it should not be too difficult.
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