Logging to a Remote System During the Installation
I am trying to set up a pxe install server for some fedora releases. I want to send log messages during the installation to a remote system.
According to the fedora's documentations, there are two ways to do that:
Both of them work perfectly with Fedora 12, (I can install it and send log messages to a remote machine.) But none of them work with Fedora 13, 14, 15; remote logging doesn't work when I try to install these Fedora releases. I use same configuration for all of them (except for paths to installation repos).
All kickstart files are like this one:
HI i am not pretty sure about the problem whether you are trying ftp,ssh or rsh for remote logging.
I think you may check the ssh configuration file in /etc/.ssh ,may be the default options are different across the different releases of fedora.
If you are using ssh i think you may use this link useful
Maybe my explanations were incomplete and not clear enough.
I have only one pxe server running Fedora 14. I want to use it to install Fedora 12, 13, 14, 15. Remote logging will work only if I try to install Fedora 12. When I am installing other above-mentioned releases, the server receives no log messages.
Anaconda uses syslog for remote logging. It sends log messages during the installation to the specified host.
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