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syslog-ng 2.0.9 closing tcp connections from some clients instantly..?

I've a syslog-ng instance on 2.0.9, which is old, but... this is enterprise IT and upgrading the versions is... fun... running on Solaris 10. I have this strange problem where some clients stop being ...
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Configuring 'audit' facility in syslog-ng on solaris server?

This is a follow-up to this question. mghocke was kind enough to help me out with that question, but this is really a separate question, therefor a new post. I really don't know a lot about syslog, ...
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Moving from syslog.conf to syslogng.conf

I'm moving a Solaris box from syslogd to syslog-ng, because the Solaris version of syslogd obliterates the original source hostname on the logs. I'm looking through the syslogng.conf documentation, ...
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syslog written on console

I have odd problem with syslog local7, my syslog configure the syslog to be written to local7.info /var/log/syslog_info it's working just fine for years but recent days one device syslog message ...
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On Solaris, how to log IP when using winbind auth and invalid user?

This is on Solaris 10 sparc platform. I'm trying to make our denyhosts script block the dictionary ssh attacks. Unfortunately, the logging does not show an IP when the user name is invalid. We are ...
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Solaris syslog.conf. What are root and operator?

In /etc/syslog.conf #ident "@(#)syslog.conf 1.5 98/12/14 SMI" /* SunOS 5.0 */ # # Copyright (c) 1991-1998 by Sun Microsystems, Inc. # All rights reserved. # # syslog configuration file. ...
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millisecond timestamp in syslog (Solaris 10)

Does anyone know how to configure syslog to use millisecond timestamps in logs on Solaris 10, instead of the default 1 second resolution? I know syslog-ng is available but I'm hoping I can just set ...
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syslogd configuration problem

I'm having some problems with syslog on Solaris 10. It appears the configuration is not correct, and log messages are just piling up and never being written to /var/adm/messages. Here's what's in ...