Newsyslog mode on /var/log/security?
240olofsson at telia.com
Sun Mar 29 23:08:10 PDT 2009
Garance A Drosehn skrev:
> At 10:48 PM +0200 3/29/09, Roger Olofsson wrote:
>> Dear mailing list,
>> I seem to have forgotten something about /var/log/security and
>> newsyslog.conf. I get wrong mode after the trim.
>> Excerpt from /etc/newsyslog.conf:
>> /var/log/security 644 7 5000 * JC
> Are you sure that's the only line you have for /var/log/security in
> your /etc/newsyslog.conf file? The distributed config file has:
> /var/log/security 600 10 100 * JC
> Obviously you have a different entry from that, but did you remove
> the original entry?
>> Output from newsyslog -vn:
>> chmod 600 /var/log/security.0.bz2
>> Why is the mode not 644?
>> /etc/rc.d/syslogd restart and newsyslog restart have been performed.
> I tried changing the permissions-field in my newsyslog.conf from 600
> to 644, and newsyslog worked correctly for me.
You are correct! I missed the original line. Silly me :^D
Thank you very much!
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