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Re: [Linux-cluster] How does log option work in RHEL5 cluster



It "works", because you did not change the default log level.
How about change the log level, like me set it to 3, then run the exactly same commands, see what it will happen.

Thanks,

Siman

On 7/25/07, Lon Hohberger <lhh redhat com> wrote:
On Tue, Jul 24, 2007 at 03:13:20PM -0400, siman hew wrote:
>
Seems to work for me?  I have log_facility set, though. (though that
shouldn't matter).

Debug output didn't happen.

-- Lon

[root red utils]# ccs_test connect
Connect successful.
Connection descriptor = 5939640
[root red utils]# ccs_test get 5939640 /cluster/rm/@log_facility
Get successful.
Value = <local4>
[root red utils]# ccs_test get 5939640 /cluster/rm/@log_level
Get successful.
Value = <6>
[root red utils]# grep rgmanager /etc/syslog.conf
local4.* /var/log/rgmanager
[root red utils]# cp /dev/null /var/log/rgmanager
cp: overwrite `/var/log/rgmanager'? y
[root red utils]# clulog -s 1 'alert_log_test'
[root red utils]# clulog -s 5 'notice_log_test'
[root red utils]# clulog -s 6 'info_log_test'
[root red utils]# clulog -s 7 'debug_log_test'
[root red utils]# cat /var/log/rgmanager
Jul 25 10:45:42 red clulog[25281]: <alert> alert_log_test
Jul 25 10:45:57 red clulog[25291]: <notice> notice_log_test
Jul 25 10:46:03 red clulog[25296]: <info> info_log_test
[root red utils]# tail -3 /var/log/messages
Jul 25 10:45:42 red clulog[25281]: <alert> alert_log_test
Jul 25 10:45:57 red clulog[25291]: <notice> notice_log_test
Jul 25 10:46:03 red clulog[25296]: <info> info_log_test


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