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I just installed rsyslog-3.18.8 . So i need to change the daemon startup scripts. I am not getting where should i cahnge those. I cahnged in /etc/sysconfig/rsyslog. But i am getting the log messages saying that rsyslog is running in compatibility mode.
Some of the log messages i am getting are as follows:
Message: Warning: backward compatibility layer added to following directive to rsyslog.conf: ModLoad imuxsock
Message: Warning: backward compatibility layer added to following directive to rsyslog.conf: MarkMessagePeriod 1200
Message: Warning: backward compatibility layer added to following directive to rsyslog.conf: ModLoad immark
Message: WARNING: rsyslogd is running in compatibility mode. Automatically generated config directives may interfer with your rsyslog.conf settings. We suggest upgrading your config and adding -c3 as the first rsyslogd option.
I don't know the answer to Prakash's question, but I know he is running Centos 5.2. Maybe that helps. What he needs is add "-c3" to the set of startup options. Some background can be found in the "starter thread" on the rsyslog forums: