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Re: Logging question
Howard Chu wrote:
matthew sporleder wrote:
On 6/13/06, Ski Kacoroski <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Or you could look into the access log overlay. :)
That may be a good solution. Define two separate log databases, and
separate the machine and user data into two databases, using
subordinates to glue them together. Use an accesslog overlay on each
main database, logging to separate log databases.
Of course, the info in the accesslog may not be detailed enough for
debugging purposes. You'll have to review the log schema and decide for
yourself if it's adequate for your needs.
Matthew & Howard,
Thanks very much for your replies. I will check into this tomorrow. Is
the documentation for this in the source code or somewhere else. I did
not see much in the FAQ. Any more pointers on getting this working
would be great.
This sounds much better than what I was looking at. I took a quick look
at the code and was thinking that I could modify the o_log_prefix in
connection.c to put in a string with the database directory (e.g. the
string would be NSD if the database directory was /var/openldap/NSD).
This way any access to the NSD database would show up in the logs as NSD
conn=... Not sure if this makes sense for multiple databases.
"When we try to pick out anything by itself, we find it
connected to the entire universe" John Muir
Chris "Ski" Kacoroski, email@example.com, 206-501-9803