Jeff Masters <jmasters@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote...
Just restart it from the command line as root. You can put a check to see
if syslogd is running in cron and restart it, too, I have a script that
does it one one Solaris machine I have that has trouble with syslogd
Jeff, perhaps you could send me that script. I'm running Solaris.
Also thanks to Jessica and Fred for you help.