A quick question about an observed netdata log error during the service start up.
netdata reports this error log entry during start-up:
cannot open health file: /var/lib/netdata/health/health-log.db.old (errno 2, No such file or directory)
The netdata(v1.8.0) is running on a systemd(v241)-based Linux system (kernel 4.14.157). I would like to know if this is the correct behavior of netdata to load the rotated (.old) database file on a fresh system start up? On a fresh system start up, it is not necessarily to have a db file rotation triggered base on the default setting (i.e. “rotate log every line = 2000” as default), nor the system has any rotated db file to begin with.
Base on my understanding, this error log of missing rotated db file should not be marked as an error. I would like to check with the community if this should be the case or not.