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For example, I want to set rules for all files under /home/example_user/public/ and all logs are actually located in different sub-directories like this: /home/example_user/public/siteA/access.log, /home/example_user/public/siteB/seperate/error.log, etc. What should I do? Would this do the trick:

/home/example_user/public/*/*.log {
rotate 10


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Yes the logrotate configuration which you have provided will work.

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