How to Setup Central Logging Server with Rsyslog in Linux

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4 Responses

  1. Sebastien says:

    Hi,

    Thank you for this article.

    A little modification in lines of forward configurations, you have a space character between characters . and *:

    *. *  @@192.168.100.10:514 => *.*  @@192.168.100.10:514
    
    auth. *  @@192.168.100.10:514 => auth.*  @@192.168.100.10:514
    

    Bye

  2. Robert Meyer says:

    Why did you choose to ignore the whole block of information above your single line forwarding rule? This client rule will hang if the syslog server isn’t answering.

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