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Re: LDAP logging

Ivan Ordonez <iordonez@berkeley.edu> writes:

> Edward Capriolo wrote:
>     On Tue, Jan 26, 2010 at 12:17 PM, Ivan Ordonez <iordonez@berkeley.edu> wrote:
>         Dieter Kluenter wrote:
>         Ivan Ordonez <iordonez@berkeley.edu> writes:
>         Hi,
>         I want to create logging for LDAP (version 2.4.19-r1) using syslog-ng
>         on Gentoo box.
>         Hope someone here can point me in the right direction.  I'm lost
>         here.
>         slapd logs to local4.
>         filter f_local4         {facility(local4); };
>         destination slapd { file("/var/log/slapd"); };
>         log {source(src); filter(f_local4); destination(slapd); };
>         -Dieter
>         I still can't get the logging to work.  I followed both suggestions (Dieter
>         and Jorge) to no avail.  The syslog-ng daemon starts fine but when I check
>         the ldap log, it's empty.  The cron and auth logging is working perfectly
>         fine.  Please advise.
>         Thanks in advance.
>     Check how the package was built.
>     If the configuration argument
>     "--enable-debug=yes"
>     was not given, you get no logging.
> It was logging before without issue.  I can see the log in /var/log/messages file.  The
> problem started hen I emerge or install the new version of openldap (version 2.4.19-r1). 
> Since then the LDAP logging disappeared in /var/log/messages file.  All I want to do is to
> see where the logs go or have the ability to access it.

As I mentioned in my previous post, slapd logs to local4, check your
syslog-ng.conf wether there are other filters with a facility local4.


Dieter Klünter | Systemberatung