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flog - dump STDIN to file and reopen on SIGHUP
flog [ -t ] [ -T format ] [ -l number ] [ -p pidfile ] logfile
flog (file logger) reads input from STDIN and writes to a file. When a SIGHUP is received, the file will be reopened, allowing for log rotation.
-t prepend each line with "YYYYMMDD;HH:MM:SS: " -T format prepend each line with specified strftime(3) format -l number log file length limit (force truncation) -p pidfile create pid file
Fredrik Sjoholm <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Licensed under the GNU General Public License March 2008 FLOG(1)