Sorry for the late summary:
According to Casper Dik (Thank you) it is logged through syslogd via the
psrset activity is not logged.
Original Question follows
Johan Hartzenberg/GIS/CSC@CSC@sunmanagers.ececs.uc.edu on 10/11/2000
Sent by: firstname.lastname@example.org
Subject: More logging of system events
I've just discovered that changing processor sets, turning CPUs on and off,
etc, does not get logged in /var/adm/messages or /var/log/syslog
Does it get logged somewhere else at all? Does it get logged via the
Do I have to turn on logging of a a specific class / facility in order to
get this logging on.
What "additional" facilities would you recommend to be turned on for
logging as standard when building a new system.
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