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Something else to check is the size of the minidlna log file in /var/log. I just noticed the same file has been running since sometime last year and was pretty big. I need to work out how to include it in logrotate.
True but for a zero-conf machine the user is not expected to understand these warnings or be capable to act upon them. When the number of problems resulting from the error reporting are bigger than problems from actual errors it may be better to switch of reporting as default.
It's a better solution that having almost 2 GB of useless chron-relaed mail from rsync jobs.Gordon wrote:Yes, but the whole point of these messages is to tell you something is wrong so that you can fix it. Hardly a solution therefore but more of a cover up.gonk wrote:My solution is to have this alias in /etc/aliases