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Re: where is syslog called?

Put this on /etc/syslog.conf

local4.debug				/var/log/slapd

and this on slapd.conf

loglevel 	256

and restart syslogd

On Thu, 15 Mar 2001 15:32:51 +0100
"Michalski, Rafa³" <RMichalski@eragsm.pl> wrote:

> Sorry for trashing this list 
> but nobody answered my post to opeldap-software 
> "cannot find log messages".
> The problem is I cannot see logs on Solaris 8.
> Guessing from source greps,
> the syslog function is always called from macro
> Statslog defined in servers/slapd/slap.h,
> am I right?
> I started slapd under GDB
> and ordered breakpoint Statslog.
> But it reported no such function.
> It looks as if the macro was not seen,
> that is, condition defined(LDAP_SYSLOG) && defined (LDAP_DEBUG)
> was not met.
> But the configure script was run with 
> only one option --prefix=/usr/local/ldap.
> Earlier I manually set CFLAGS to -g.
> Please give me some help how to enable logs.
> Rafal.

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