On Fri 27 Oct 2006 at 09:11PM, Peter Memishian wrote:
> > So here are my questions:
> > - Do you think this is useful?
> > - Do you think the log level (Info) is right? daemon.info is
> > *not* logged by default, whereas notice is. (So basically: do
> > you want these messages in /var/adm/messages by default, or not?)
> > - Do you think the facility of 'daemon' is OK? With Solaris
> > syslog you can't AFAIK route messages based on the value of
> > 'program' (which in this case is 'zoneadmd').
> > - Any comment about whether the info provided is sufficient?
> > For example, when a zone reboots it goes through numerous
> > state transitions, but I chose to express this as one
> > big transition-- does that work for everyone?
> Encouraging programmatic use of syslog seems a step in the wrong direction
> to me. Surely we can provide a better mechanism to notify them of state
We went down this road with Sun Cluster and arrived at a fairly complex
C API which I was never very happy with; as a result we have thus
far kept it private.
Daniel Price - Solaris Kernel Engineering - [EMAIL PROTECTED] - blogs.sun.com/dp
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