> I setup syslog with a line like the following: > > *.* /dev/tty12 > This is simply so I can go to that tty and see syslog messages easily. > Since I did that, I see the following DEBUG messages scrolling on the > console: > Mar 10 15:30:12 my.hostname ulog DEBUG: PQUEUE_DUP > Mar 10 15:30:12 my.hostname DEBUG: pq_insertNoSig(): rpqe_new() failure > > Obviously, if I change the line to: > *.info /dev/tty12 > The debug messages go away. Normally these messages would not be > visible to the average user and I only saw them do to the way I set up > syslog. Are these messages anything that needs to be investigated > further or can they be ignored. The DEBUG messages can be safely ignored. In order for them to be sent to the syslog(8) daemon, the LDM utilities would have to be invoked with the "-x" option. > The install was the latest stable ldm (6.4.5) on Redhat WS4 system. Regards, Steve Emmerson Ticket Details =================== Ticket ID: WSB-624311 Department: Support LDM Priority: Normal Status: Closed
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