[syslog-ng] Re: Equivalent to Syslog's -a for extra socket listening?

Hari Sekhon hpsekhon at googlemail.com
Fri Aug 25 23:58:04 CEST 2006

Thanks for that, hit it on the head. I'll add the necessary
unix-stream definition(s).

OT: I've heard people mention Hari Seldon before but I have idea what
they are talking about, I must find out what this show is and then go
watch it... see what all the fuss is about.

Personally I'd rather be called Kosh from Babylon 5. I don't expect
anyone to understand, but then who understands a Vorlon...


On 25/08/06, Nate Campi <nate at campin.net> wrote:
> On Fri, Aug 25, 2006 at 04:07:43AM +0100, Hari Sekhon wrote:
> > I'm reading up on chrooting bind and need a log socket inside the
> > chroot jail. Is there an equivalent to Syslogd's -a switch that
> > creates a second socket to listen on?
> >
> > I suspect not, and that I will have to create it myself and then just
> > add a source for the extra unix-stream definition to my conf.
> Wow, when I first saw your name I thought it said "Hari Seldon", a
> character from some of my favorite science fiction.
> Anyways, here's what you need:
>  http://www.campin.net/syslog-ng/faq.html#chroot
> syslog-ng will create the socket.
> --
> Nate
> The only way to convince some people that HTML is about content, not
> style is with a <PLANK>2x4</PLANK>.
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