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Fri Mar 27 09:24:47 UTC 2015
On Mar 26 11:18, Jim Pazarena wrote:
>I want to place dhcpd log messages in a file rather than the
>syslog facility LOG_DAEMON.
>So I see that with the command line flag "-d" I can direct messages
>How can I adjust the normal rc.conf to actually TELL the system
>the file name? Is there a way? Also, I would want to append to the
>file via ">>" rather than clobber it every time I reload dhcpd.
As Ben said in the other reply. Why not just use syslog? I do this in
At the top of the file above all the other lines:
At the bottom of the file below all the other lines:
This will cause all log lines from dhcpd to go to that file and remove
them from all of the other files.
And then something like this in /etc/newsyslog.conf:
/var/log/dhcpd.log 640 3 * $W6D0
Which will rotate it every week.
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