Ruzanski, > I have been away and am just now getting back to this problem. Please see my > answers below in [ ]. > > >What is the output of the command "ps -ef | grep syslog"? > > [The output to the terminal is: > > root 1917 1 0 14:24 ? 00:00:00 syslogd -m 0 > ldm 3203 3143 0 15:29 pts/1 00:00:00 grep syslog] > > [The time stamp on "/etc/selinux/config" shows it was accessed at the latest > reboot, but modified when the operating system was installed. I tried the > reboot, still no logging. > > Conincidentally, I have having this exact same problem on another Fedora > machine I am using as an LDM. Both machines have fresh installs of Fedora 6, > I installed the LDM software on both according to the instructions, both LDMs > start and function, but neither machine is performing LDM logging. I don't > know if that information helps you or not.] > > Thanks again Steve, > Evan If I understand your situation correctly, then the LDM must be logging. Because it isn't, my understanding must be in error and we'll have to verify the components of that understanding. Please send me the output from the following commands, executed as the LDM user: cd grep LOCAL src/config/ldmconfig.h grep -i local /etc/syslog.conf ps -ef | grep syslog grep SELINUX /etc/selinux/config ls -l /etc/selinux/config uptime ls -l bin/hupsyslog bin/rpc.ldmd ls -l logs/ldmd.log bin/hupsyslog logger -p local0.debug "test of LDM logging using logger" ls -l logs/ldmd.log Regards, Steve Emmerson Ticket Details =================== Ticket ID: KGJ-163844 Department: Support LDM Priority: Normal Status: On Hold
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