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Re: Hurd logging. (was zalloc panic)

From: Thomas Bushnell, BSG
Subject: Re: Hurd logging. (was zalloc panic)
Date: 03 Mar 2002 14:25:56 -0800
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Jon Arney <jarney1@cox.net> writes:

> As I said, I am not opposed to using syslogd and think starting there
> is a good idea.  If you believe it is feasible without causing
> recursive RPC calls, I'll believe you.  My only concern was that
> if, say, 'pfinet' needed to log something and syslog were configured
> to write to UDP ports, pfinet would have to write to a UDP port
> causing perhaps a recursive loop of log calls.  I realize that this
> is ultimately a pathological case, but it's worth considering.

Of course, but the right thing to do is to just have syslogd be a
Hurd server as well as a UDP and PF_LOCAL server.  We don't want to
create a whole new logging facility.

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