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    Jul 2007
    St. Louis, MO
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    Default zmmtaconfig.log file huge

    My zmmtaconfig.log file is enormous - we are talking 15 Gigs of log file. I can only assume this is not normal; however, all email seems to be processing file, just slowly.

    Can anyone offer feedback if this is a normal zmmtaconfig.log file size, or should I stop the server, move the log for backup, and restart the server?

    Is this a log file that is supposed to rotate? I have a rather plain installation of Zimbra.


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    Still running Release 4.5.6_GA_1044.RHEL4_20070706161941 RHEL4 NETWORK Edition?

    If so you can edit line 55ish of /opt/zimbra/libexec/zmmtaconfig from 5 to 3.

    4.5.7 lowered the log intensity level: Bug 18445 - zmmtaconfig default loglevel is set to high
    5.0.0 added log rotation: Bug 10398 - clean up logging for swatch, zmmtaconfig

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