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elcsd.conf(5)							 elcsd.conf(5)

Name
       elcsd.conf - error logging configuration file

Description
       The  file  contains  information	 used by the daemon to configure error
       logging for the system.	The system manager maintains this  file.   The
       error  logging  daemon is dependent on the current order of the entries
       in the file.  Do not change the order.

       The information in the file shows any defaults and describes  what  you
       can enter.  A newline is used to delimit each entry in the file, a null
       entry consists of a newline alone, and comments begin with #.
       #
       #    elcsd - errlog configuration file
       #

       {	   # delimiter DON'T remove or comment out!
       1	   # status 1-local,2-logrem,4-remlog,5-remlog+priloglocal
		   # errlog file size limit num. of blocks
       /usr/adm/syserr # errlog dir. path
		   # backup errlog dir. path
       /	   # single user errlog dir. path
       /usr/adm/syserr # log remote hosts errlog dir. path
		   # remote hostname to log to
       }	   # delimiter DON'T remove or comment out!
       #  hosts to log :S - separate file or :R - remotes file (together)
       remote1:S
       remote2:S
       #remote3:S	   # disabled
       remote4:S
	  .
	  .
	  .
       The status line of the file describes where you can log error  packets,
       also called error messages:

	    Logs error packets locally =
		   1, the default.

	    Logs  error	 packets  from a remote system or systems to the local
	    machine =
		   2.

	    Logs local and remote error packets locally =
		   3.

	    Logs error packets from the local system to a remote system =
		   4.

	    Logs error packets from the local system remotely and logs high
		   priority messages locally = 5.

       The errorlog file size defines the maximum size of  an  errorlog	 file.
       If  disk space is limited, you can specify the maximum number of blocks
       (512 bytes each) you want the errorlog file to be.  If you do not spec‐
       ify  the	 maximum number of blocks, the system will notify you when the
       file system is 98% full.

       The default errorlog directory path is You can direct error packets  to
       a different directory; if you do, you must change the default for also.
       For further information, see

       If the error-logging daemon cannot write to the primary errorlog direc‐
       tory  path,  it	attempts  to log to the backup errorlog directory path
       automatically.

       The root directory is the default for the single-user  errorlog	direc‐
       tory  path.   When  the	system makes the transition to multiuser mode,
       errors logged in single-user mode are transferred to the default error‐
       log  directory path You can direct single-user error packets to another
       directory.

       To log error packets from a remote system locally, set up  an  errorlog
       directory path on the local system.  The default is

       Errorlog packets from remote systems can be logged to separate files or
       to one file.  S sets up a separate errorlog file for each remote system
       that logs locally.  R logs packets from the corresponding remote system
       to the file syserr.remotes.  The default is S.

Restrictions
       You must have superuser privileges to change the file.  However, anyone
       can view the file.

Files
       elcsd daemon messages

See Also
       elcsd(8), eli(8), uerf(8)
       Guide to the Error Logger System

								 elcsd.conf(5)
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