Quoting Jeffrey Goldberg <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>:
Is there any reason not to simply do a
chown -R daemon .
I think (but I'm not sure) that permissions will be reversed by mtree.
chown daemon /dev/console
Won't work either. *if* you're going to do that you should alter
for console logging.
Will log rotation preserve daemon ownership?
Never used the *traditional* log style with syslog-ng, I stored
everything per day/month/year/server.
I ended up running syslog-ng as root, which is probably a bad idea as
well, so I cannot give you any advice on this one.
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