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Thu Jun 12 13:47:38 IST 2003
Have you read the syslogd man page and added the "-T" option to the syslogd
command in /etc/init.d/syslog. I seem to remember you usually need to turn
At 12:32 12/06/2003, you wrote:
>I get the normal sendmail logs to maillog, but nothing from
>I did some testing with Sys::Syslog and I think that's where the problem
>is. Even extremely simple attempts to log a message failed (without
>errors). A quick look on SunSolve didn't reveal any known compatibility
>issues with syslogd, although there was a very current patch for syslog
>out there. Because we need to get the spam logging working to collect
>metrics prior to a production roll-out, I brute forced it by changing a
>few of the Sys:Syslog calls in Log.pm to use system calls to logger instead.
>Peter Bonivart wrote:
>>Strange, I have a similar setup (Solaris 9, Sendmail 8.12.9, MailScanner
>>4.21-6 and SpamAssassin 2.54). The only thing I changed in
>>MailScanner.conf regarding this was "Log Spam = yes". Nothing is changed
>>in the system and everything is logged.
>>Do you get any logs at all from sendmail/mailscanner/spamassassin?
>>--Unix lovers do it in the Sun
>>On Mon, 2003-06-09 at 21:54, David Vosburgh wrote:
>>>I have installed MailScanner-4.21-9, Mail-SpamAssassin-2.55, and all the
>>>related perl modules on a Sun system recently jumpstarted with 2.8 and a
>>>recent patch cluster. Sendmail is v8.12.9.
>>>Everything seems to be working as advertised, with the exception of
>>>logging. I am using the default "Syslog Facility = mail" option, and
>>>have turned on spam logging with "Log Spam = yes". My syslog.conf has a
>>>single entry for mail logging:
>>>I read the FAQ and some posts on this list, and have tried the following
>>>without success (always re-starting MailScanner after the change):
>>>1) starting syslog without the "-t" option
>>>2) removed the syslog patch 110945-07 (now -05)
>>>3) removed the "eval" from the setlogsock syslog command under the Start
>>>section of Log.pm
>>>4) added a "mail.debug /opt/MailScanner/var/log" to syslog.conf
>>>Any ideas on where to go from here?
>Sr. Unix System Administrator
>vosburgh at dalsemi.com 972-371-4418
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