thanks for all the help and criticism i received. i did not know where the
"archives" were located, but many were more than willing to point it out :).
my problem was that solaris did not recognize what i had entered...
(from darren durham)
*.* is not a valid form.
You probably want *.debug. A level directive is for that level and
higher. Some syslogs (notably Linux) deal with the *.* form. Nothing
in the Solaris man pages suggest that it is legal.
(from jarrett carver)
the facility does'nt accept the * wild card. You need the following line:
Then when you start your syslogd use the -d to turn on debugging, it will
tell you if anything else is wrong. Be carful of extra spaces. (use vi ->
:set list to see all characters including spaces).
Ryan R. Washington
UNIX Systems Administrator
Network Access Solutions
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