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Re: Solaris - syslog prob
As far as I know this feature of Linux does not exist on Solaris (at least
on version 2.6 and 8).
Solaris seems more rigorous about its implementation of syslog: the
configuration file does not allow to divert from the standard severity level
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----- Original Message -----
From: "Jaidev Karanth" <jaidev@xxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Thursday, December 07, 2000 8:04 AM
Subject: [LIP] Solaris - syslog prob
> Hi there,
> Sorry for asking a slightly unrelated question.
> I wanted to find out how to log only a fixed priority to a certain file.
> For example if the syslog.conf contains the following entries
> local0.debug /location1
> local0.notice /location2
> local0.err /location3
> A syslog call of priority ERR is logged in all the 3 locations.
> I wanted to find out how to log ERR only to /location3
> In Linux, this can be done by having the following lines in syslog.conf
> local0.=debug /location1
> local0.=notice /location2
> local0.=err /location3
> Thanking you in advance
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