Re: Different logging formats, standardization...
> You're just not presenting a real compelling case for throwing out a
> widely-adopted standard. Your main argument seems to be that the default
> syslogd throws out too much information, which is correct but doesn't
> logically lead to ditching syslog altogether.
Did you actually READ any of my mails except for the subject?
I'm not talking about throwing out anything.
I'm talking about modifying the contents applications pass to the
"syslog(3)" system call, in order to make the logs better parseable by
tools such as logcheck.