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Old 06-26-2008, 01:42 AM   #1
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Thumbs up rsyslog issue re-iterated ...


Here is a very severe problem with which I am suffering from.

I have installed and using rsyslog successfully on two systems. I configured one of the two systems as Client and the other as Server. I made the log data of client to store in server.

Now I want to store the log data in the client's disk when the server is in unreachable state. I made it successfully. But now arises the problem. The problem is when the server is up again (in reachable state) the data which is written in client's disk should come to server back so that the person who is working on server will come to know what is going on in the client.
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