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initlog (1)
  • initlog (1) ( Русские man: Команды и прикладные программы пользовательского уровня )
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    NAME

    initlog - log messages and events to the system logger
     
    

    SYNOPSIS

    initlog [-cefnpqrs] [--cmd=ARG] [--event=ARG] [--facility=ARG] [--name=ARG] [--priority=ARG] [--run=ARG] [--string=ARG]  

    DESCRIPTION

    initlog logs messages and events to the system logger. It is mainly designed for use in init scripts. initlog reads a configuration file /etc/initlog.conf by default, to determine its settings. Any line preceded with a # is a comment, and the following configuration directives are recognized:
    facility <logging facility>
    Sets the default logging facility
    priority <logging priority>
    Sets the default logging priority
    ignore <regexp>
    Messages that match the regular expression will not be logged.
    initlog behavior can also be configured by command-line options.

    Note that initlog is deprecated and will be removed in a future release.

     

    OPTIONS

    -c, --cmd=[program]
    Execute the specified program, logging anything output to stdout or stderr.
    -e, --event=[number]
    Logs that the specified event happened. Used in conjuction with --name. Currently specified events are:
    1
    the action completed successfully
    2
    the action failed
    3
    the action was cancelled at user request
    4
    the action failed due to the failure of a dependent action
    -f, --facility=[facility]
    Log at the specified syslog facility. The default is daemon (see syslog(3)).
    -n, --name=[string]
    Log the event under the specified string, such as "inetd".
    -p, --priority=[priority]
    Log at the specified syslog priority. The default is notice (see syslog(3)).
    -q
    Do not print the program's output, unless it exits with a non-zero exit code.
    -r, --run=[program]
    Execute the specified program, with an open file descriptor so that the program can pass back commands to initlog.
    -s, --string=[string]
    Log the specified string to the logger.
    --conf=[file]
    Specifies an alternate configuration file.
     

    FILES

    /etc/initlog.conf  

    SEE ALSO

    syslog(3), logger(1)


     

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    SYNOPSIS
    DESCRIPTION
    OPTIONS
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