freebsd 10 syslog server
jmciver at lmtribune.com
Sat Dec 31 02:01:00 UTC 2016
Got it fixed. Had to put entry in TOP of syslog.conf.
On December 30, 2016 5:43:29 PM PST, Ben Woods <woodsb02 at gmail.com> wrote:
>Sent from my iPhone
>> On 31 Dec 2016, at 3:11 am, Jim McIver <jmciver at lmtribune.com> wrote:
>> Syslog messages going to /var/log/messages rather than
>> Followed documentation from:
>> I found where this is happening to someone else, but no answer.
>> I even did debug option and it showed message logging to
>> Yes the /var/log/apac.log file exists.
>> As the message in /var/log/messages says " <user.notice> apac jim:
>test message" I wonder if the line in the top of the /etc/syslog.conf
>/var/log/messages" is why they go to /var/log/messages?
>> It mentions "notice" going to /var/log/messages and that's what shows
>Can you please provide the contents of your /etc/syslog.conf file, and
>also the relevant lines from /etc/rc.conf? What version of FreeBSD are
>Note that I believe syslog will log a message multiple times if it
>matches multiple rules in syslog.conf, but I could be wrong here.
>I also recommend having a read of the syslog.conf(5) man page:
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