xas-rotate - rotate files based on a configuration file
xas-rotate [--help] [--debug] [--manual] [--version]
options: --help outputs simple help text --manual outputs the procedures manual --version outputs the apps version --debug toogles debugging output --alerts toogles alert notifications
This procedure is a simple template to help write standardized procedures.
The name of the log file to use. Defaults to stderr.
The configuration file to use. The configuration file has the following format:
[settings] compressor = zip - default file compressor zip-command - zip command defaults to 'c:\bin\zip.exe' gzip-command - gzip command defaults to 'c:\bin\gzip.exe' bzip2-command - bzip2 command defaults to 'c:\bin\bzip2.exe' compress-command - compress command defaults to 'c:\bin\compress.exe' tail-command - tail command defaults to 'c:\bin\tail.exe' [log\test.log] - file to process, may have DOS wildcards compress = true - wither to compress the file method = move - how to handle the file missingok = false - whither a missing file is OK lines-or-files = files - create-new = false - create a new file after rotation modify-age - process based on last modification create-age - process based in creation time file-size - process based on file size ifempty - process if file is empty file-count - number of rotated files kept line-count - how many line to transfer to new file prolog - command to process before rotation epilog - command to process after rotation pause - number of seconds to pause after prolog and epilog
Displays a simple help message.
Turns on debbuging.
Togggles alert notification.
The complete documentation.
Prints out the apps version
0 - success 1 - failure
Kevin L. Esteb, <email@example.com>
Copyright (C) 2014 by Kevin L. Esteb
This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself, either Perl version 5.8.8 or, at your option, any later version of Perl 5 you may have available.