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Re: not using syslogd

You need to manualy create the file (/var/log/slapd) and then kill -HUP
your syslogd process.

blair christensen wrote:
> Hello,
> I recently installed OpenLDAP 1.2.9 onto a Solaris 2.6 box.  Slapd
> runs and I'm able to query/add/modify without any trouble.  However,
> nothing is ever written to logs.
> >From what I've seen, it is supposed to use LOCAL4 by default.  As
> such, I configured syslogd to use LOCAL4 and to write to a file
> /var/log/slapd.  Nothing ever gets written, however.  If syslogd is
> started in debug mode, it doesn't complain about the references for
> Now, if I start slapd with various debug levels, all sorts of
> debugging information is written to the console.  Nothing is ever
> written to any files, however.
> At the moment, I'm stumped, as I can't figure out *why* no logging is
> taking place.
> Any suggestions?
> thanks,
> blair christensen