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Re: Console logging options

Bryan Stansell bryan@conserver.com
Mon, 14 Nov 2005 11:02:31 -0800 (PST)

On Mon, Nov 14, 2005 at 11:25:48AM -0500, William P LePera wrote:
> If the -i flag is omitted, will conserver attempt to open connections for
> each console configured in conserver.cf?


> If so, is this different from starting conserver with the -u flag?

nope.  the -u flag just adds extra logging.

> Finally, if conserver is started with -U (capital "u"), is the log
> data *only* written to a single unified file?  Are the individual log
> files (one per console) no longer available?

no..you get additional output, just like the -u (all individual logfiles
as well as the extra stream).

each option is independent...if you have all consoles up (with logfiles
defined), use -u and -U, you'll have individual logfiles, "unloved"
output to stdout (or the logfile if used -L), as well as unified output
in the logfile specified with -U.