On Sat, Apr 06, 2002 at 08:39:51AM +0200, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
>> > > I have always hated the three lines in /etc/syslog.conf which spams
>> > > root with far too many and far too irrellevant syslog messages, in
>> > > some cases even with several copies of them.
>> > Amen to that. You got my vote. Usually when I set up a FreeBSD box, it's
>> > the first thing I turn off. I say commit it.
>> Likewise, it's the first thing I turn off, as well as the *.emerg line
>> that broadcasts to all users.
>Same here. First things removed on a fresh FreeBSD install. Please
Not only the first thing I do with a new FreeBSD box, the first thing I did on
FreeBSD: remove those 3 lines from syslog.conf that tell you how many people are
poping their mail etc.
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