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Quick question about using kill -USR1 to recreate access.log

May 19, 2014 03:06PM
Thanks to everyone in advance!

I have a cron that runs the following:

mv $NGINX_ACCESS_LOG $ACCESS_LOG_DROPBOX/$LOG_FILENAME
kill -USR1 `cat $NGINX_PID`

My questions is during time between the mv and the kill, is there any log writes that are being discarded or are they being stacked in memory and dumped into the new access.log after it is recreated?

Thanks!

Sam
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