None of my RME 3.5 boxes @ IDU 13 running on Solaris have the $NMSROOT/bin/logrot_trunc script.
Can I just:
cp /dev/null filename.log
to zero out the contents of a particular logfile?
It would be helpful to know which files were not zeroed out. There have been a few logrot bugs fixed since the RME 3.5 version, but maybe others exist. The idea with logrot is that dmgtd should not need to be stopped for most log files. To know whether or not a manual truncation on the file will work, you will need to say which logfiles you need to rotate.