[Serusers] ser logging into the file? - ser 0.10.99

TZieleniewski tzieleniewski at o2.pl
Thu Jan 11 23:37:32 CET 2007

Greger V. Teigre napisał(a):
> Well, you can define a new log file for another facility in your 
> /etc/syslog.conf and then configure ser to log to that facility 
> instead. Better than using stderr
> g-)
> TZieleniewski wrote:
>> Hi !
>> Is there in ser 0.10.99 a way to send the output to the file instead 
>> of syslog??
>> Previously for ser 0.9.7 I had it done throught the serctl tool. I 
>> had the logstderror=yes
>> in my ser.cfg and the output was redirected to log file pointed by 
>> SER_LOGFILE inside
>> serctl.
>> Tomasz
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Well I know how to define the new log in syslog.conf but how can I 
distinguish that it is only ser??
i mean how can i point that particular subsystem is  ser??  and how to 
set it in ser to log to such output file??


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