kurt.buff at gmail.com
Wed Mar 30 18:19:58 PST 2005
I've been perusing man syslog and man syslog.conf, and haven't gotten my
mind quite wrapped around it yet.
I have 4 FBSD 5.3 servers on my network, each running postfix 2.x. One
is a mail gateway to our Exchange server, the others are just using
postifx for mailing out the daily/weekly/monthly/security logs, while
they perform their other duties.
I want to have the normal logging (in this case /var/log/messages and
/var/log/maillog) happen both locally and sent to a remote syslog server.
I haven't yet modified syslog.conf on any of these machines.
Am I correct in believing that all I have to do to make this happen is
uncomment the line that says:
and change @loghost to match my syslog server? That is, along with
making sure that name resolution works correctly, of course.
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