what is equivalent to syslog.conf for ubuntu
Michael.Zoet at zoet.de
Sun Feb 27 08:10:16 UTC 2011
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Am 26.02.2011 20:41, schrieb Tapas Mishra:
> I am searching for syslog.conf equivalent for Ubuntu what file is that?
It depends what syslog package you have installed ;-). There seems to
be a lot of people who like to program their own syslog daeomon and
Ubuntu happily installs them as default when they are available ;-).
Just do a
dpkg -l \*sys\*log\* | grep ^ii
then you see what syslog package ist installed.
Or do a
ps auwwwx | grep ".*sys.*log.*"
then you see which syslog is running. On my desktop machine I am
sitting now in front of has rsyslogd installed and the config is
/etc/rsyslog.conf. But this can be different for you!
It is one of my favourits to find out which syslog daemon Ubuntu uses
in the latest version...
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