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    xsession-errors no more rotated ?

    Usually we was starting a new xsession-errors log on each log out/in or cold boot. But since a few days its no more the case. Have you seen the same issue on your system ?

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    Re: xsession-errors no more rotated ?

    i noticed that a couple of days ago, but it didn't really register what was happening.
    Not going to be good, i've got 20K lines today

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    Re: xsession-errors no more rotated ?

    Quote Originally Posted by mc4man View Post
    i noticed that a couple of days ago, but it didn't really register what was happening.
    Not going to be good, i've got 20K lines today
    is that an rsyslog problem or something else like conf settings changed ?

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    Re: xsession-errors no more rotated ?

    Don't know - can't see any use of having a 'forever' xsession log, seems worth a bug report (maybe on lightm?

    Ot - did you happen to notice our little bug on pitfdll was finally dealt with after 4 releases

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    Re: xsession-errors no more rotated ?

    Quote Originally Posted by mc4man View Post
    Don't know - can't see any use of having a 'forever' xsession log, seems worth a bug report (maybe on lightm?

    Ot - did you happen to notice our little bug on pitfdll was finally dealt with after 4 releases
    pitfdll is removed here since a while as it seems not needed anyway but was disturbing the video processes.

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    Re: xsession-errors no more rotated ?

    Downgrading lightdm/liblightdm-gobject to 1.1.6 restores previous behavior, see nothing in the changelog for 1.1.7 other than 'new upstream' so a bug on lightdm would seem appropriate

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    Re: xsession-errors no more rotated ?

    Quote Originally Posted by mc4man View Post
    Downgrading lightdm/liblightdm-gobject to 1.1.6 restores previous behavior, see nothing in the changelog for 1.1.7 other than 'new upstream' so a bug on lightdm would seem appropriate
    interesting, will report against lightdm: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+s...dm/+bug/951597
    Last edited by dino99; March 10th, 2012 at 04:50 PM.

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    Re: xsession-errors no more rotated ?

    Did a new install today, xsession-errors is now totally worthless.
    Was written to only on the 1st session or so, then it stops completely & just shows the same thru restarts. log outs

    So it's not replaced & it's being treated as if it was modified which prevents any further writing to

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    Re: xsession-errors no more rotated ?

    Same problem with xsession-error since upgrading to beta 1
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    Re: xsession-errors no more rotated ?

    this issue is still present on my system. :/

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