The server then rebuilds the cache the following day only to have it reset again when the next log rotation cron event happens. A daily build and trash of the APC cache.
I've read-up on piped logs using rotatelogs but there's never any mention of whether you need to disable the Apache part of the scheduled cron log rotation and whether rotated logs are deleted after a period or whether rotatelogs just continues creating new logs indefinitely (and you have to manually prune log directories)?
Any of you using rotatelogs instead of the default logrotate?
Or maybe the alternative cronolog?