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elcsd(8)							      elcsd(8)

       elcsd - error logging daemon


       The  daemon  logs  hardware  and system-related error packets, or error
       messages, from the kernel errorlog buffer  to  the  file	 syserr.<host‐
       name>.	Hostname  is the name of the local system.  At system startup,
       the daemon is invoked out of For further information,  see  The	daemon
       must be running whenever the system is in multiuser mode.

       To  invoke  the daemon in single-user mode, use the command with the -s

       You can configure the daemon to log error packets locally from a remote
       ULTRIX  host, or you can configure the daemon to send local error pack‐
       ets to a remote system.	Do this by changing the entries in  the	 file.
       For  further  information,  see	The  daemon  uses an internet datagram
       socket to log information across systems.

       Parameters related to such as the desired  location  for	 the  errorlog
       file  or	 files,	 as well as instructions for local and remote logging,
       can be specified in the error logging configuration file,  For  further
       information, see

       You must have superuser privileges to invoke the daemon.

       The daemon logs general status and error messages to in multiuser mode.
       This file is purged whenever the daemon is restarted.

See Also
       elcsd.conf(5), eli(8), rc(8), uerf(8)
       Guide to the Error Logger

4th Berkeley Distribution					      elcsd(8)

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