Building and configuring a central logging server with syslog-ng

Wednesday, 20 September 2006, 1:08 AM EST

This article describes the process of replacing the venerable but limited syslog daemon with a versatile, flexible and customisable replacement, syslog-ng. We will be using our syslog-ng enabled host as a central logging server, so we'll use LVM to create a log volume that can easily be expanded as disks are added to the system.

At zazzybob.com

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