RE: Iptables not logging
Well, prior I had restarted klogd and then sysklogd in that order. I tried
just restarting Klogd and they are coming though now. Time to go modify
some scripts because I stop sysklogd to rotate logs which is probably where
the problem starts.
Western Recreational Vehicles, Inc.
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> From: Desai, Jason [mailto:email@example.com]
> Sent: Wednesday, July 24, 2002 10:24 AM
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> Subject: RE: Iptables not logging
> Are you using syslog-ng? If so, when it gets restarted, klogd
> also needs to
> be restarted. Looks like there was a bug reported about this -
> Not sure when it's going to make it into woody, though. The simple fix is
> to modify your /etc/init.d/syslog-ng script to restart klogd.
> > I upgraded to Debian 3.0 (Woody). Ok, not too bad. But, now
> > iptables no
> > longer logs the messages I was sending to LOG. Any clues?
> > Hint, kern.log was empty also. I have restarted klogd and
> > then sysklogd.
> > There is a little in kern.log now but not much. During the
> > original boot, I
> > thought I saw some messages about modules not loading. Could
> > not see the
> > same messages in the logs. I have Kernel v 2.4.18. Do not
> > have ipmasq
> > installed. Was originally running iptables and stuff from
> > Bunk's downloads.
> > (Dumped the init.d script that came with this version of
> > iptables, already
> > had my script written.)
> > Pat Moffitt
> > MIS Administrator
> > Western Recreational Vehicles, Inc.
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