Re: Different logging formats, standardization...
> Once again, you can use a different syslogd if that's something you
That will not make the applications more verbose about the actual
severity, neither make them use a more standardized format that could
more easily be parsed by log utilities such as syslog.
> Yeah, like the fact that apache logs *shouldn't* be centralized. (There
> can be per-vhost logs, with completely different groups having access to
> different logs--which is not something that needs to be addressed in the
> central syslog model.)
Why is syslog to be used for central logs only? Shouldn't a good log
system provide logging centralized as well as non-centralized?
Maybe the apache people would like to do remote logging, like syslog
supports, too? Why do they need to write own solutions for this?
> Move along, nothing to see here.
Well, but enough to flame for you, isn't there?