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Re: Question about logging
It's always the really easy answer, the old wood for trees scenario.
P.S. Sorry about the crap on the end of the mail...
On Mon, 2003-10-27 at 13:14, Frank Swasey wrote:
> I could tell you to put a dash (-) in your syslog.conf file so it
> batches the writes to the log file and would reduce the performance
> However, to do that I would have to admit that I had violated your
> companies security policies by reading a piece of email that was not
> addressed to me and that therefore I had no right to read.
> Therefore, I shall not tell you that the correct syslog.conf file entry
> local4.debug -/var/log/slapd.log
> Good Day,
> Today at 12:20pm, Dave Shepherd wrote:
> > All,
> > I have a problem regarding the re-direction of the ldap logging using
> > /etc/syslog.conf.
> > In a (very good) book I have "LDAP System administration" from
> > O'Reilly it states that all debug logging information is logged using
> > LOG_LEVEL4, and that adding the following line to /etc/syslog.conf will
> > redirect this debug information as appropriate:
> > local4.debug /var/log/slapd.log
> > And it does, but I have a pretty serious (well at least to me)
> > problem.
> > 1. A simple ldapsearch time increases by some 49 seconds, basically
> > resulting in failed authentication requests from my freeRADIUS server
> > running on the same host.
> > As soon as I remove the syslog.conf entry and recycle the syslogd, my
> > ldapsearch response times go back to a sub 1 second response.
> > This occurs on 2 servers:
> > ldap1 = SuSE8.1
> > openldap2-2.1.4-26
> > openldap2-devel-2.1.4-26
> > openldap2-client-2.1.4-26
> > radius1 = SuSE8.2
> > openldap2-2.1.12-44
> > openldap2-devel-2.1.12-44
> > openldap2-client-2.1.12-44
> > Any thoughts.
> > TIA
> > Dave
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