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RE: Aix how can log
First, I trust it was a typo...
...it should be /etc/syslog.conf
Secondly, after adding the entries,
did you either reboot your RS6000 (not necessary)
or as root did you perform a "kill -HUP syslog_pid"
(where syslog_pid is the pid of /usr/sbin/syslog) ???
This will cause the syslog daemon to re-read its
> -----Original Message-----
> From: De Leeuw Guy [mailto:G.De_Leeuw@eurofer.be]
> Sent: Monday, January 27, 2003 9:46 AM
> To: OpenLdap
> Subject: Aix how can log
> How can I the logs informations in a file under AIX 4.3.3 and
> openldap 2.1.4
> I have added this line in my /etc/sysconf.log
> local4.emerg /var/log/sldap.log
> local4.alert /var/log/sldap.log
> local4.crit /var/log/sldap.log
> local4.err /var/log/sldap.log
> local4.warning /var/log/sldap.log
> local4.notice /var/log/sldap.log
> local4.info /var/log/sldap.log
> local4.debug /var/log/sldap.log
> But the file /var/log/slapd.log still empty, and the command
> errpt -a does
> not return slpad errors.
> Thanks in advance