How to use rake command in Rails application

Hi,

I want to clear my logs files when they are exceeding certain limit 

of
memory
The size of the files can be determined by using the File.size() and
I
can clear the log files using the rake log:clear command
But this has to be done through my application
where i will create a method when the user clicks the logout button
then
the method checks the log files and if the files occupied more memory
then
it automatically refreshes the contents…
Please help me how to achieve my requirement

Thanks

Hema G. wrote:

Hi,

I want to clear my logs files when they are exceeding certain limit 

of
memory
The size of the files can be determined by using the File.size() and
I
can clear the log files using the rake log:clear command
But this has to be done through my application
where i will create a method when the user clicks the logout button
then
the method checks the log files and if the files occupied more memory
then
it automatically refreshes the contents…
Please help me how to achieve my requirement

Thanks

I think this will work:

Rake::Task[‘log:clear’].invoke

Thank You
But where I have to write the line Rake::Task[‘log:clear’].invoke
It is throwing exception as RAKE uninitialised constant…

On Dec 15 2008, 12:41 am, Jeremy Weiskotten <rails-mailing-

edit: if it still fails, try something like this:
require ‘rake’
require ‘rake/testtask’
require ‘rake/rdoctask’
require ‘tasks/rails’

after that, this should work
Rake::Task[‘taskname’].invoke

i guess this should work form anywhere. but pay attention: “RAKE” (all
capitals) is expected to be a constant.

Great…
Thanks a lot…
It is working Fine… thank you very much

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