rottlog ignores the subdir structure

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Attila Lendvai wrote on 26 Jul 13:02 +0200
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my service puts its log files into subdirs under /var/log/myservice/some-config/logfile.

i set up some rottlog-service-type and rottlog-configuration to rotate these log files, and to my surprise rottlog puts them under /var/log (ignoring the subdir structure).

is this a feature or a bug? if the former, could we change the default to put the rotated files into the same directory as the files being rotated?

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