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RE: Binary log format
I share the opinion of Quanah. I feel that the adding of a custom packet type is a sensible idea.
Is there any visualization of the debug/diagnostic messages currently? Would Wireshark be capable of providing such a visualization? It is not clear to me how these debug messages are normally used. Would a developer typically perform a manual inspection of the syslog to diagnose problems?
From: openldap-devel [mailto:email@example.com] On Behalf Of Quanah Gibson-Mount
Sent: 25 April 2018 15:59
To: Howard Chu; OpenLDAPfirstname.lastname@example.org
Subject: Re: Binary log format
--On Wednesday, April 25, 2018 2:02 AM +0100 Howard Chu <email@example.com>
> That still leaves a question of what to do with Debug messages that also
> go to syslog - it's easier to identify problems if the error message
> appears somewhere close to the log of the original request. So we'd need
> a tool to interleave these in order, if we had to pull messages both from
> the binary log and from syslog. Or, we could define a new custom packet
> type for these Debug/diagnostic messages, and just spit them out into the
> PCAP file too. This might require us to write a custom parser plugin for
> WireShark or whatever, to render these messages. That's still not a big
> deal, compared to inventing our own entire log postprocessing framework.
I like the idea of adding a custom packet type for the debug/diagnostic
messages and then developing the custom parser plugin for Wireshark etc.
Then everything could be handled within a single system.
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