On 12/19/16 12:12, Hiroki Sato wrote:
Michael Butler <i...@protected-networks.net> wrote
  in <d5c17fa6-ddd7-277f-6f92-ee8fb55cd...@protected-networks.net>:

im> It appears that SVN r309925 and onward no longer opens a network
im> socket unless the command-line explicitly contains "-b :syslog" :-(
im> This also stops one syslog daemon forwarding to another (which is why
im> I noticed).
im> Was this an intentional behaviour change?

 Sorry, it was broken due to another mismerge at r309933.  I fixed it
 at r310278.  Can you try the latest one and let me know if the
 problem still persists or not?

No, it does not. "netstat -an -finet | grep 514" shows that it doesn't listen on a UDP socket without adding "-b :syslog" to syslogd_flags in /etc/rc.conf,


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