[syslog-ng]syslogd logging to syslog-ng.
Tue, 29 Jan 2002 14:01:45 -0600
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syslog-ng takes logs from anything; it doesn't care. Irix, solaris,
bsd, cisco, hp, 3com, whatever. If it spits out a message, that's all
that matters. You probably have something configured incorrectly in
syslog-ng; what's your sysylog-ng.conf file look like? Do you have the
appropriate source lines?
On Tue, Jan 29, 2002 at 02:47:52PM -0500, Yan Lau wrote:
> I've set up a server with syslog-ng. It works find for local messages.
> On another server I'm running the syslogd that came with the system (Sola=
> I've tried to set up the old syslogd server to forward messages to the sy=
> server. However, I can not get it to work.
> For instance, I have under the old syslog.conf:
> user.notice @log.globix.net
> In debug mode it shows:
> writemsg(6): Logging msg 'Jan 29 14:26:27 ylau: hi there' to FORW log.glo=
> However, when I truss syslog-ng with -dv options, it doesn't receive anyt=
> I'd rather not have to install syslog-ng on all the servers.
> (I speak for myself only)
> syslog-ng maillist - email@example.com
Garrett Kuchta [gkuchta[at]astro.umn.edu]
Assistant System Manager
Dept. of Astronomy
University of Minnesota, Twin Cities
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