[syslog-ng] Syslog-ng, centos7 and systemd seem to hate each other
Damian.Bell at clarksons.com
Sat Feb 11 15:47:43 UTC 2017
I had a similar problem recently with the java environment variable with systemd and starting syslog-ng to output to elasticsearch, which required modification of the /usr/lib/systemd/system/syslog-ng.service file to contain the following:-
Perhaps your python environment variables also need exporting to this file?
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From: syslog-ng [mailto:syslog-ng-bounces at lists.balabit.hu] On Behalf Of Clayton Dukes
Sent: 10 February 2017 21:32
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Subject: [syslog-ng] Syslog-ng, centos7 and systemd seem to hate each other
…or at the very least, say bad things when the other is not looking :)
I did a bit of googling for this and found other people with similar issues, but could not find the fix.
This is on a cos7.0 box (not 7.2) running syslog-ng v3.9 (user did have v3.5 but I tried upgrading him to resolve this).
If I run syslog-ng -Fdve it works fine and sends everything to our python program destination
However, if I use the systemd script provided with syslog-ng, then I get nothing.
If I tell sng to just log to a file (no filters, etc.), then it works.
If I tell sng to just use the program dest (no filters, etc.) it does NOT work.
If I do a 'systemctl stop syslog-ng' and then just simply type 'syslog-ng' (no foreground, debug, etc. switches) from the command line, it works fine.
Rather confusing, but I can't see why the systemctl file is not working as it should.
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