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Re: more on syslogd & remote logging

ok, i did see some stuff on it when using syslog-ng, i'll play around more
with that tomorrow night -- thanks!!


On Thu, 3 Aug 2000, Mark Brown wrote:

brooni >On Wed, Aug 02, 2000 at 10:45:59PM -0700, nate@firetrail.com wrote:
brooni >
brooni >> things in /etc/syslog.conf and the log file is empty still. I'd like to
brooni >> redirect everything from to /var/log/dsl.log
brooni >
brooni >The standard syslog doesn't support that, although I don't know about
brooni >others.  If you need the separate logs you'll have to either find a
brooni >syslogd replacement that does what you want or post-process based on the
brooni >host field in the logfile(s).  If you're processing the logs you may
brooni >find it easier to create a catchall log that gets everything written to
brooni >it and start from there.
brooni >
brooni >-- 
brooni >Mark Brown  mailto:broonie@tardis.ed.ac.uk   (Trying to avoid grumpiness)
brooni >            http://www.tardis.ed.ac.uk/~broonie/
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brooni >

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