Understanding Raid Published: Sep 14, 2004
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Exim has a dirty habbit of storing useless logs and not cleaning after itself that can eat up all your disk space on /var if not taken care of. Exim msglog is the cuplrit and we have a solution for you.

Clean up Exim msglog Logging /var/spool/exim_incoming/msglog

Exim has a dirty habbit of storing useless logs and not cleaning after itself that can eat up all your disk space on /var if not taken care of. Exim msglog is the cuplrit and we have a solution for you.

There is a very simple and easy fix for this one: simply add the following to your Exim Configuration. Login to WHM as root and go to Exim Config Editor. In the first window add the following:

# turn off writing of logs to /var/spool/exim_incoming/msglog/
no_message_logs


Save and restart Exim.

You can now also safely delete anything in: /var/spool/exim_incoming/msglog

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  • Gravatar - sachin
    sachin 07:45, June 11, 2007
    In this article RAID 0 and 1 level define perfectly but RAID 5 level is not clear.<br />
    Raid 5 should need to be clear,<br />
    In case of RAID 5 u should provide a conceptual view of disk arrays or data and parity bits.

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