[CentOS] How can I disable PostFix maillog ( /var/log/maillog )

Wed Dec 18 10:49:58 UTC 2013
JEWEL AHMMED <lists at jewelahmmed.me>

On 18/12/2013 4:30 PM, Reindl Harald wrote:
> Am 18.12.2013 11:26, schrieb JEWEL AHMMED:
>> On 18/12/2013 4:00 PM, Alexander Dalloz wrote:
>>> Am 18.12.2013 09:31, schrieb JEWEL AHMMED:
>>>> How can I disable PostFix maillog ( /var/log/maillog ) ?
>>> May I ask why you like to do so? That's not a clever idea.
>>> If you don't want to run Postfix, then switch it off. If you run it on
>>> purpose, then you should have a possibility to see what it does. Thus
>>> there are syslog() messages from Postfix.
>> My PostFix server is running good now
> and if this changes you won't notice it without logs
>> but, When I send many email from my server,
>> PostFix make log file big. now my log file is 30MB .. :(
> laughable argumentation

If my file is very big, do i loss my server performance ?
My vps is 512 MB RAM.. So ?

>> so, I want to disable log reporting it.
>> Just, can you tell me, can i make it disable?
> again: man rsyslog.conf
>> If yes, Please tell me the process
> again: man rsyslog.conf
> nobody should give more infos for doing something terrible wrong
>> I am new in Linux
> obviously, otherwise you would not have the plain stupid idea
> to disable logging of a mail-daemon with the result never realize
> any sort of problems like get blacklisted, configuration errors
> and whatnot
> nobody right in his mind disable maillog