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Old 04-19-2010, 05:51 AM   #1
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syslog problem


I configured syslog.conf to send logs to kiwi syslog server.
After reseting (/etc/init.d/syslog restart),the server got log the message: "syslog 1.4.2 restart".
But am gettin just reseting message, nor other syslog message (using code or using logger command).

I have other computer that send all the syslog messages.

Please advice.
 
Old 04-19-2010, 07:54 AM   #2
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Originally Posted by hhnn21 View Post
I configured syslog.conf to send logs to kiwi syslog server.
After reseting (/etc/init.d/syslog restart),the server got log the message: "syslog 1.4.2 restart".
But am gettin just reseting message, nor other syslog message (using code or using logger command).

I have other computer that send all the syslog messages.

Please advice.
Based on the very little detail you've given, you haven't set up your system to send any other messages to the remote log server. Either that, or your firewall is blocking things.

Since you don't say anything about version/distro of Linux, etc., it's hard to say. If you've got other machines working, look at the syslog-ng configs on the working ones, and see where they're different.
 
Old 04-21-2010, 07:20 AM   #3
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Based on the very little detail you've given, you haven't set up your system to send any other messages to the remote log server. Either that, or your firewall is blocking things.

Since you don't say anything about version/distro of Linux, etc., it's hard to say. If you've got other machines working, look at the syslog-ng configs on the working ones, and see where they're different.

OK, some more details:
I have 2 embedded devices with ELDK distro.
The syslog.cfg is the same, and the both device are in the same subnet (not firewall problem).
One of the devices sends all the syslog messages (using codeand logger cmd), and the other sends only the restart of the syslog.
 
  


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