My apologies if cross-posting between the prosody-users and prosody-dev
lists is frowned on. I'm still pretty new to using mailing lists.
First of all, thanks to the devs for their work on Prosody. Really
enjoying it so far. My question is related to configuring Prosody to use
syslog instead of logging directly to /var/log/prosody/prosody.log. I
have the syslog configuration working well, but since I decided to keep
the log entries going to /var/log/prosody/prosody.log I changed the
ownership (recursively) of /var/log/prosody to syslog:adm.
When a package update was applied the permissions were reset to the
default (which I think was prosody:prosody). Aside from adding the
syslog user to the prosody group and setting group ownership to prosody
on the directory and files, what other options do I have? My first
thought was that the ownership reset is a bug. I can see doing that if
the directory did not exist beforehand, but since it does I would expect
that the existing ownership would be preserved.
Thanks for your time.
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