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Newsgroups: comp.unix.sco.misc
From: Jean-Pierre Radley <jpr@jpr.com>
Subject: Re: Is there a way in Unixware 7.1.1....
Date: Fri, 27 Oct 2000 23:39:29 GMT
Message-ID: <20001027193929.B1174@jpradley.jpr.com> 
References: <6ujjvskihivucgase0iu8fh1j645qkudil@4ax.com>
<APnK5.141$y53.17337@wdc-read-01.qwest.net> Orion Poplawski propounded (on Fri, Oct 27, 2000 at 04:57:05PM -0600): | These are probably posted under the "daemon" group, probably at the "info" | level, though I'm not sure. Edit /etc/syslog.conf to exclude these | messages. I believe UnixWare sends everything of a debug level or higher to | /var/adm/syslog. | | man syslog.conf for the gory details. Recompile tcp-wrappers. In the Makefile, define something like FACILITY= LOG_LOCAL3

Define the SEVERITY to what you want too.

Then in the syslog.conf file, you can control where tcp-wrapper logging
goes -- it can then be some log file other than syslog -- or nowhere.


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