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Re: I don-t get messages in /var/log/messages anymore



Leif Hetlesæther skrev:
Hi

Found out today no messages has been written to my /var/log/messages since last friday. It seems to have stopped after i istalled azureus. My last entry in the messages log is:

Aug 29 14:07:59 mozart yum: Installed: libgcj.i386 4.1.2-12
Aug 29 14:07:59 mozart yum: Installed: jpackage-utils.noarch 1.7.3-1jpp.3.fc7
Aug 29 14:08:00 mozart yum: Installed: glib-java.i386 0.2.6-8.fc7
Aug 29 14:08:01 mozart yum: Installed: cairo-java.i386 1.0.5-7.fc7
Aug 29 14:08:01 mozart yum: Installed: libgtk-java.i386 2.8.7-4.fc7
Aug 29 14:08:02 mozart yum: Installed: libgconf-java.i386 2.12.4-8.fc7
Aug 29 14:08:04 mozart yum: Installed: java-1.5.0-gcj.i386 1.5.0.0-14.fc7
Aug 29 14:08:05 mozart yum: Installed: jakarta-commons-lang.i386 2.1-6jpp.1.fc7
Aug 29 14:08:06 mozart yum: Installed: sinjdoc.i386 0.5-4.fc7
Aug 29 14:08:06 mozart yum: Installed: java_cup.i386 1:0.10-0.k.6jpp.1
Aug 29 14:08:07 mozart yum: Installed: jakarta-commons-logging.i386 1.0.4-6jpp.1 Aug 29 14:08:08 mozart yum: Installed: jakarta-commons-cli.i386 1.0-6jpp_10.fc6
Aug 29 14:08:09 mozart yum: Installed: libswt3-gtk2.i386 1:3.2.2-15.fc7
Aug 29 14:08:11 mozart yum: Installed: bouncycastle.i386 1.34-3.fc7
Aug 29 14:08:12 mozart yum: Installed: xml-commons-apis.i386 1.3.03-0jpp.1.fc7
Aug 29 14:08:13 mozart yum: Installed: log4j.i386 1.2.13-3jpp.2
Aug 29 14:08:19 mozart yum: Installed: azureus.i386 2.5.0.4-2.fc7
Aug 29 14:11:47 mozart kernel: Kernel logging (proc) stopped.
Aug 29 14:11:47 mozart kernel: Kernel log daemon terminating.
Aug 29 14:11:48 mozart exiting on signal 15

Tried to restart syslog, reboot, looked in my syslog config files but no luck. my *.info messages has vanished. Tried adding mail.* to the /var/log/messages, and it got logged.

Need some advice how to find out what is going wrong.

Running 2.6.22.4-65.fc7

Regards
Leif Hetlesaether

oops, an error in my sylsog.conf

ran syslogd -d to see my mistake

Sorry for the premature posting


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