Sorry, I have not yet made a proper webpage for this, so please revisit: NANY 2011 Release: Bard – Organise your audio library – DonationCoder.com.
Our php.log was nearing 550MB so I was investigating how to rotate the logs. The easiest solution seems to be using logrotate (ubuntu linux) with a script like follows.
sudo nano /etc/logrotate.d/php5
#rotate daily daily
#keep 14 days rotate 14
missingok nocompress sharedscripts postrotate apache2ctl graceful endscript
You can check the configuration by running
logrotate --force /etc/logrotate.d/php5
How do you know you need more RAM?
Take a look at your Buffer Cache Hit Ratio, ideally you want to be at 95% plus.