Re: Problem with syslogd
Victor Torrico wrote:
> Dany Dionne wrote:
> > Hi,
> > syslogd overloads our debian box ( pentium 100 with 32 megs ram)
> > The cpu load goes up to 90% because of syslogd
> > Anyone have idea to solve the problem?
> > Thanks in advance,
> > Dany Dionne
> > Physics Department
> > Universite Laval
> sysklogd is trying to write to files which are non-existant in the
> /var/log directory. You can determine what files with their associated
> paths are missing by opening the file /etc/init.d/sysklogd in a text
> editor and looking for these same files in /var/log. Any which do not
> appear in /var/log should be generated as empty files with the command
> "touch /var/log/filename" where filename is the name of each missing
> file. This should cure the problem.
> Victor Torrico
Oops! I goofed. Anywhere "/var/log" appears should read "/var/run".
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