Fedora logging ?
One of the reasons I prefer to use a linux derivative for most of my needs is the power of the information that is available within the logs.
I've recently upgraded to Fedora 9 x64, Googole it to death but I have found little on line resources on how or why IE: my iptables are not logged to the dir iptables4/6 specified or to /var/log/messages ? anything that's within messages can be mirrored via demesg ? but nothing else is logged? could someone point me in the correct direction to get this resolved please.
**Note I would prefer to stay within the realm of selinux security model
This is most likly a config issue
I've had issues while mounting NFS disks that do not get mounted or go offline ? this appears to be a driver issue within the hardware (have a notoriously buggy board) have yet to see a log of these issues before or after a restart ?
is debug an option?
AFAIK, iptables will not perform logging about rule matches unless you explicitly tell it to, a la:
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