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sc0ttman


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PostPosted: Mon 02 May 2011, 13:22    Post subject:  linuxlogger
Subject description: a sysklogd replacement
 

linuxlogger - a sysklogd replacement

maybe this is lighter, or faster or better than the standard way that linux logs stuff, I dont know, wouldnt know where to look.. But maybe someone (techonosaurus) will know...

compiled in puppy 4, could probably be stripped, or made lighter in some way by a real expert.

from here: http://offog.org/code/
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Karl Godt


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PostPosted: Sun 15 May 2011, 18:56    Post subject:  

look into
grep logd /etc/rc.d/*

/etc/rc.d/rc.sysinit:#100126 move syslogd, klogd to /etc/init.d/00sys_logger

/etc/init.d/00sys_logger: syslogd -m 0
/etc/init.d/00sys_logger: klogd
/etc/init.d/00sys_logger: killall klogd
/etc/init.d/00sys_logger: killall syslogd
/etc/init.d/README.txt:This runs the daemons 'syslogd' and 'klogd', which log kernel and application


file `which syslogd`
/sbin/syslogd: symbolic link to `../bin/busybox'
file `which klogd`
/sbin/klogd: symbolic link to `../bin/busybox'

busybox syslogd --help hasn't got any information for the -m option but seems to accept it :
"\-m " "interval"
The
syslogd
logs a mark timestamp regularly. The default
interval
between two I-- MARK -- lines is 20 minutes. This can be changed
with this option. Setting the
interval
to zero turns it off entirely.

from man syslogd
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