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Re: (ITS#5904) Docs: admin guide describes log levels inconsistently
----- email@example.com wrote:
> Full_Name: Jonathan Clarke
> Version: irrelevant
> OS: irrelevant
> Submission from: (NULL) (184.108.40.206)
> The different log/debug levels available are described in three places
> in the
> admin guide: for olcLogLevel attribute in cn=config, for loglevel in
> and for -d command line option to slapd.
> Currently, each description offers different levels and different
> In particular, only the first mentions the keywords (as well as
> integers). None
> mention the "None" level.
> I propose the patch below that offers similar information in all three
> an example clarifying the difference between loglevels "0" and "None"
> clarification of the cn=config default. Most text is simply copied
> from the man
OK, thanks. Will take a look.
> On a side note, the man pages have levels "cache" and "index" (4096
> and 8192)
> commented out. The output from slapd -d? include them. Which should
> the admin
> guide reflect?
The man pages always have the most details, but I think what ever the code
has regarding options is the master source.
Can anyone clarify?
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