I would never advice anyone for any reason on any platform to disable logging so completely for any reason.  That's just ridiculous!

Logrotate should most definitely be included and installed (by default!)

If it weren't for a certain holiday requiring overeating and much travel, I would do it myself immediately.

On Thu, Nov 25, 2010 at 3:21 PM, Pat Suwalski <pat@suwalski.net> wrote:
On 25/11/10 04:11 PM, Markus Svilans wrote:
> I have a heavily customized init script (/etc/init.d/rcS) to speed up my
> boot times, so it's possible that there was something in there that I
> removed inadvertently.

You might consider removing logging altogether in such an application.
If you have no syslogd or similar, nothing should get written to the disk.


Increase Visibility of Your 3D Game App & Earn a Chance To Win $500!
Tap into the largest installed PC base & get more eyes on your game by
optimizing for Intel(R) Graphics Technology. Get started today with the
Intel(R) Software Partner Program. Five $500 cash prizes are up for grabs.
gumstix-users mailing list