Luk Claes schrieb: > On Wed, Apr 02, 2008 at 12:59:35PM +0100, Holger Levsen wrote: >> Hi, > > Hi > >> On Wednesday 02 April 2008 01:20, Michael Biebl wrote: >>> Holger Levsen schrieb: >>>> Did you file those bugs? Is there a usertag for them? >>> I tried to collect the information at http://wiki.debian.org/Rsyslog and >>> started filing the important bugs . >> Only one bug is open in the usertag list, but most from the wiki are not filed >> yet. > > They also don't *need* to be fixed to change the default, though would be > nice to fix it the default is changed... I would only file this bugs iff rsyslog will become the default. So having a "Yes" or "No" to rsyslog now, would be really helpful to advance in this matter. > >>>>>> - Document the change by preparing a patch for the release notes >>>>>> - Get the priorities fixed by a ftpmaster (assistant) >>>>> Should, I file a lenny release goal first and wait for it's approval, or >>>>> can I take this thread as consensus that I can pursue changing the >>>>> default system-log-daemon to rsyslog? >>>> Or was it already too late for this? >>> Dunno. We should bring this topic up on debian-release I think to get >>> more input there. If you want to kick of the discussion, please go ahead. >> So, hi, debian-release, what is your opinion on this? Do you think we still >> have the time to do this change for Lenny or is it too late already? > > Note that this doesn't have to be a Release Goal at all as there are no > bugs that need to be fixed except for changing the priorities of 2 > packages... so in theory we can change this (well have it changed in the > overrides) right before releasing... Updating the priorities now, would probably help to get wider testing (e.g. by people testing d-i betas ) and shake out any possible bugs. > There is one nasty regression when switching from sysklogd to rsyslog as > default system log daemon though: rsyslog doesn't log during upgrade > (#471051)... I'll upload fixed rsyslog packages today or tomorrow (which will restart rsyslog in postinst). So consider this issue fixed. Cheers, Michael (Please keep me CCed, I'm not subscribed to debian-release)  Asssuming that d-i will include rsyslog then instead of sysklogd. -- Why is it that all of the instruments seeking intelligent life in the universe are pointed away from Earth?
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