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Lion Server logs are full

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I am running Lion Server (not loving it--different story). In Server Admin, when I access any of the log files (Mail etc), the following is displayed:

Oct 10 00:30:00 server newsyslog[78736]: logfile turned over

Same message in the fresh clam.log, clamav.log, amavis.log. Seems to me that the log files are full and supposed to rotate, clear themselves? Not sure if above is a bug in the system or expected behavior. In any event, anyone know how to fix this? Clear the log files or change the settings to accept more data?

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