On 07/12/2014 08:25 PM, Willem
I have a high network server with jail kit and I’m hitting the
limits of jk_socketd which causes my rsync to stop working. I
notice in the man it states "If you expect a
high logging rate in a jail, it is recommended to use syslog
to create the socket in the jail instead of jk_socketd.” I am
a little unclear how to use syslog instead of jk_socketd. Do
I comment out jk_socketd in the /etc/init.d/jailkit and
replace somehow with syslog?
don't use jk_socketd at all, but change the configuration of your
syslog daemon to open an extra socket.
There are multiple syslog daemons, so it depends which one you are
using. Some need an extra option at startup to create an extra
socket, others need a change in their configfile. Please check the
manual of the syslog server that is running on your system.
Bluefish website http://bluefish.openoffice.nl/