syslog-ng not logging
jeffrey at goldmark.org
Thu Dec 27 06:04:11 PST 2007
On Dec 26, 2007, at 9:40 PM, Peter Boosten wrote:
> Quoting Livia Markoczy <livia.markoczy at utdallas.edu>:
>> syslog_ng_config="-u daemon"
>> But nothing has logged anywhere, including to console, since the
>> time I
>> killed the system syslogd.
> file permissions. While your syslog-ng runs as daemon, it has no
> permission to log to files owned by root (syslogd).
> I solved that by logging into a different subdir owned by daemon.
OK thanks. (I am the original poster, but I'd accidentally posted
using my wife's role).
Is there any reason not to simply do a
chown -R daemon .
chown daemon /dev/console
for console logging.
Will log rotation preserve daemon ownership?
Jeffrey Goldberg http://www.goldmark.org/jeff/
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