The syslog-ng application is a flexible and highly scalable system logging application that is ideal for creating centralized and trusted logging solutions.

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Syslog-ng: how to log severity/facility?

Here is the system: SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10 syslog-ng with predefined syslog-ng.conf messages in /var/log/messages look like: Feb 8 09:29:53 sles1 sshd[17529]: Accepted ...
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syslog-ng on Solaris 10 (how to install and configure)

If anyone has got syslog-ng working on Solaris 10, do you have a set of instructions I could follow to get it installed and working? I tried following this ...
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Is there a reason to use /dev/lognull instead of /dev/null when logging with syslog-ng?

At my office I recently wondered aloud to all, "Why shouldn't these logs be redirected to /dev/null instead of /dev/lognull?" I was told that there is (or was) a reason, but no one could remember it. ...