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I have devices sending syslog, but the /var/adm/messages file is not updating anymore. I wanted to change the location of where the messages are being logged to a SAN drive.1) Made a backup of 2) Edited the file to change the 2 lines sending messages to /var/adm/messages to another path (maintaining the correct tabs, etc) 3) Refreshed the service using the "kill -HUP " command If I try to restart the service using the the command "svcadm restart svc:/system/system-log:default", I see this error in the messages file: Mar 31 tnsp03350 syslogd: going down on signal 15 Mar 31 tnsp03350 syslogd: Unable to bind syslog port for 0.0.0.0.2.2 Does this mean anything?# ifdef(`LOGHOST', , /dev/sysmsg From googling, I read that one of the correct ways to do this was to rename or copy the messages file, then restart the service which is what I did.This is one of the links I used as a guide, although there were many: Solaris System Admin tips: /var/adm/messages I'm sure there was some hardening done, but that would have been done before I got access to the box.We have several Centos installations and they all appear to be substantially similar if not identical installs. The /etc/file appears to be the default created at install.We have verified that the syslog service is running.
I have already rebooted the host machine as well, and restarted v Sphere client multiple times.
TEMP: Permission denied You see it is checking time and failing to open a file.
But, obviously there is not permissions issue on writing to /var/log/messages or these log entries wouldn't be there.
There is one file from several weeks ago that has about a dozen lines but that is the only file.
The file permissions match that of every other Linux box we are using so I don't think it is a file permission. syslog appears to be rotating logs normally but nothing is getting logged. Please let me know if anyone would like additional information.
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