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As per our company policy , we need to have centralised logging server, we have choosen syslog-ng. Configured everything, but the logs are not capturing in syslog-ng from other hosts like win2k3 server , linux clients, cisco routers etc.
But the local logs are getting captured, I am clueless. Enclosed syslog-ng.conf file,
* Already disabled the default syslog service.
* syslog-ng service is running
what do your log files say?
do you see network traffic hitting the box?
does the user have permissions to create directories and flies on the fly?
is SELinux moaning about something, if you're using it?
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