[OpenAFS] readonly/readwrite

Nathan Neulinger nneul@umr.edu
Sun, 04 Mar 2001 17:53:34 -0600

Russ Allbery wrote:
> Patrick J LoPresti <patl@curl.com> writes:
> > I think this choice is better made by the particular site.  It would be
> > very nice to have syslog (with a configurable facility) as an option for
> > all of the AFS servers.
> I suppose.  I definitely would never use it for the kaserver at least
> until we manage to convert to Kerberos v5.
> > Our Linux mail server generates over 30M of mail logs per day,
> (a) Linux's syslogd is considerably more robust than that on many other
> platforms, and also has the option of writing unbuffered log files.
> Solaris's syslogd is notoriously bad.
> (b) Our kaserver logs are three times that.

Just as a note - you might consider replacing your syslogd with
something more capable such as syslog-ng.

-- Nathan

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