[syslog-ng] syslo-ng to mysql and to plaintext file

sawall sawall at gmail.com
Mon Aug 1 20:26:23 CEST 2005

Just set up the destination as you described below and then set up another 
log rule, assuming you're going to use the same source and filter.

then just add

log { source(src); filter(filter_1); destination(file_text); };

you can really have as many "log" entries as you want. i write to several 
different files.

hope that helps.


On 8/1/05, javier rojas <javier.rojasr at gmail.com> wrote:
> hello,
> i've configure successfuly the syslog-ng server to save logs on mysql 4.0and i would like it to store the logs (just for a test) on a text file (
> example.txt), so i was searching aroun and found that i should add the 
> followin line to syslog-ng.conf:
> destination file_text{ file("/var/log/example.txt"); };
> i don't want to mess anything and i was wondering if it's ok or if anybody 
> has set this before, i don't want it to stop saving it on mysql i just want 
> syslog-ng to save in both (mysql and example.txt) at the same time...
> thanx for the help...
> -- 
> Ciao,Javier
> linux user #393724 
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