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Re: Appropriate PIX logging level
From: ArkanoiD <ark () eltex net>
Date: Fri, 5 May 2006 12:57:45 +0400
On Thu, May 04, 2006 at 10:24:31AM -0400, Chuck Swiger wrote:
Well, does that mean that syslog should be either not reliable (generic
datagram), not portable enough (sdsc), buggy (nsyslogd) or suffering
performance problems (ng) ;-)?
You can get reliable logging with a stock BSD-flavor syslogd if you talk to
it via a named pipe (ie, /var/run/log or equivalent).
No, BSD syslog is not reliable since it is datagram socket.
And there still is no reliable kernel logging at all.
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RE: Appropriate PIX logging level Paul Melson (May 04)
Re: Appropriate PIX logging level Miha Vitorovic (May 04)
RE: Appropriate PIX logging level Behm, Jeffrey L. (May 05)
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