[Pdns-users] PowerDNS Recursor redirect logging to non standard syslog port.
justin at dynam.ac
Tue Feb 19 10:44:52 UTC 2013
That is a syslog function, and nothing todo with PDNS. Check your syslog configuration, most syslogs can turn that off.
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On 19 Feb, 2013, at 6:31 PM, "RBK1001" <Paul.Sun at syniverse.com> wrote:
> the reason why I asked is that the default syslog is not good enough and it
> will pack repeated messages, like below. If pdns logging can support to send
> to different port address, it can help to resolve this problem.
> Feb 19 18:21:50 SYSTEM01 last message repeated 1 time
> - RBK
> Peter van Dijk-6 wrote:
>> Hello Paul,
>> On Feb 19, 2013, at 2:13 , RBK1001 wrote:
>>> Is there any way to send the logging to a non-standard syslog port in
>> If you mean the logging facility, you can set that with the
>> logging-facility flag. If you mean the syslog port, no, there is no way.
>> We just call the system's syslog methods which presumably send to the
>> syslogd on the local machine. You configure any log forwarding there.
>> Kind regards,
>> Peter van Dijk
>> Netherlabs Computer Consulting BV - http://www.netherlabs.nl/
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