Re: Syslog config file.
On Wed, 5 Dec 2001, Yotam Rubin wrote:
> Nothing, it's a runtime argument. When invoking syslogd, use the -f
> argument to specify an alternative configuration file. This is documented in
> the man page.
> Regards, Yotam Rubin
Yes, I know it is an runtime argument,but if you don't set this, and just
syslogd /etc/syslog.conf will be load by default.
This is what I want to change.
For example, I want my syslog to forward all logs to another server, but I
don't want anyone who would compromise my system to get it know too easly.