Am Thu, 27 Jan 2011 00:37:26 +0100
schrieb Peter Palmreuther <pitpalme+openldap(a)gmail.com>:
On 01/26/11 08:54, Christian Manal wrote:
> Am 26.01.2011 07:31, schrieb Peter Palmreuther:
>> no one with any idea about what to look for?
>> On 01/13/11 9:03 pm, I wrote:
>>> I'm running OpenLDAP 2.4.20 in a chroot()-ed environment on
>>> Solaris 10. I somehow don't get logging working. I don't see any
>>> logging making it's way through syslog.
> if you are using Solaris, why don't you just put your LDAP server
> into a zone? Would be a more "clean" separation from the global
> zone and you have your own syslog deamon in that environment.
I know. But for I don't have much influence on the Solaris
configuration itself. We don't have zones available in our setup ...
The operations section does not support zones yet. So I'm stuck with
what I've got and luckily OpenLDAP supports chroot() itself ...
Except I don't get the logging running the way I want.
slapd loggs to local4, configure syslog to listen to the chroot
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