if you have enough room on the host OS you can just leave it.
I tend to restart my OS and docker at least once a month (for updates and housekeeping) so my logs were never huge in the first place. But I moved the log location out of the docker so that they could be saved between restarts in case their was issues.
@binary I just left the log in docker and then made this for exporting it, it might as noted take a little bit of performance, but i haven’t seen more than i could barely measure it…
and then one can use docker logs commands like --follow or --tail
haven’t setup any logrotate yet, but you could if you wanted deletion features and such, i just made a compressed folder for them and left it to pile up for future me to worry about lol
it might be a bit rough around the edges pretty new in linux so…
Don’t get me wrong I do logrotate on my storj log file, I don’t leave it in docker but use log.output to write to file instead, and then rotate that. I was just wondering what happens for those who use default scenario