Mike, The following output: bash-2.03$ grep LOG $HOME/src/config/ldmconfig.h ... #define LOG_LDM LOG_LOCAL0 indicates that your LDM will use the "local0" facility for logging. According to this entry in your "/etc/syslog.conf" file: local0.debug /var/log/tcplog LDM log messages will be appended to the file "/var/log/tcplog" -- which is probably not what you want. LDM log messages will also be appended to the file "/var/adm/messages" because "local0.none" isn't in this entry in "/etc/syslog.conf: *.err;kern.debug;daemon.notice;mail.crit;local1.none /var/adm/messages Assuming that you want to use the "local1" facility for LDM logging (rather than the default "local0") then you must do the following: 1) re-execute the "configure" script with the option "--enable-logging=local1"; and 2) rebuild and re-install the LDM package. Regards, Steve Emmerson Ticket Details =================== Ticket ID: RDQ-217349 Department: Support LDM Priority: Normal Status: Closed
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