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I have freshly installed Debian 6. I am trying to get syslog server for a reason, I used to follow manual for this task. I configured /etc/rsyslog.conf on remote client server to send data via udp ...
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Logging MySQL events to file in addition to syslog on Debian

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How does one enable remote listening with rsyslog?

I'm configuring a Debian Squeeze server to receive syslog from some appliances, but rsyslog is refusing to listen to UDP 514. The closest I have been able to get from it is to make it listen to TCP ...