Re: syslog daemon is dying
> Look in /etc/syslog.conf, and make sure all of the log files mentioned in
> that file, and their _directories_, actually exist. I hear stories of this
> happening when removing some package, because the log file and its directory
> disappears, and syslogd gets into a loop trying to open the log file.
I have a similar problem (but I can eventually get syslogd and klogd to
both come up by "./etc/init.d/sysklogd restart" over and over again). I
did a test -e for every file mentioned in /etc/syslog.conf and got a 0
status every time?
Does anyone have any other suggestions?
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