chroot - help
sarav_gsa at yahoo.com
Thu Jan 6 09:31:08 UTC 2005
I am parsing the querylog file and creating the report
periodically. If I redirect into syslog file, then it
'll become hard to parse the file. Just my thought.
Pls advice me
--- Jim Popovitch <jimpop at yahoo.com> wrote:
> On Wed, 2005-01-05 at 22:21 -0800, saravanan
> ganapathy wrote:
> > hai ,
> > I am using bind9.2 on debian with chroot config.
> > My Probs
> > If I want to write querylog in
> /var/log/querylog, I
> > have to give this in named.conf.Assume my chroot
> > is /opt/named.So that it writes on
> > /opt/named/var/log/querylog.
> > But I want to have log files on /var/named (not
> > /opt/dns/var/named). How to do it?
> Named is running inside the chroot environment and
> therefore has no
> access to the real /var/log.
> Why not use "option query-log" and let syslog handle
> it? On Debian you
> would need to edit /etc/init.d/sysklogd and modify
> SYSLOGD to include
> "-a /opt/named/dev/log". After restarting syslog,
> you will see a "log"
> device at /opt/named/dev/log which named will use.
> More details on setting syslog up to work with
> chrooted environments is
> detailed inside the Chroot-BIND HOWTO
> -Jim P.
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