Dan White wrote:
On 05/16/14 12:12 +0300, Mike Jackson wrote:
> Is there a way to prevent slapd from using syslog when running in the
> foreground? I run slapd permanently under the runit process
> supervision package with -d 256, and it already captures stderr to
> it's own logging system. However, I also get the same log messages
> cluttering up my syslog with local4.debug lines. Running in the
> foreground is pretty much a requirement for using process supervision
> and almost every service related software supports it for this reason.
> The background logging, despite running in the foreground, is
> undesired behavior.
You could direct your syslog daemon to ignore those messages.
Look for lines which include:
Or you could just set loglevel to 0 so no messages are produced.
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