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Thanks to have ur reply...that mean i need not to clean up proxy log?its cleaned up by wonself weekly basis...m i right?How I can see the log files of squid? and If I wanna clean up the log file per day basis...so what will be my job?????I am looking for you futher help
Hmm, I pointed you to /etc/logrotate.d/squid. The documentation for logrotate is in "man logrotate". If you want to edit any Squid files manually, you're free to use your favourite text editor for that.