configuration problem rsyslog with php

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   I have a problem, when I am installing sysklogd, then errors are going i
n var/log/syslog file perfectly, when I am installing rsyslog, then errors  
are not going in syslog file, even I configured php/cli/php.ini file(by add
ing error_log= syslog), but still errors are not going in that file, plea
se help me... What I have to do...,  i know it's a silly question, but I am
 unable to configure it.....


Re: configuration problem rsyslog with php

On Wed, 2 Oct 2013, Avnesh Shakya wrote:

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Your distribution has different configuration files depending on how php is  
used, the /etc/php/cli/php.ini is used only when you use php in command line  
and will not affect php which is used on web pages, for that you have  
another config, change the one which is relevant for your system setup,  
don't forget to restart the service which handles the php for the web server  
8in most cases it's the web server itself).

If you still have issues that the logging do not end up in the system log  
/var/log/messages or /var/log/syslog or what ever you expect it to end up  
in), then it's a rsyslog issue and then this usergroup is the wron one to  
ask, look for a more relevant usergroup or find a support medium that is  
correct for rsyslog.


Re: configuration problem rsyslog with php

On 02/10/13 08:58, J.O. Aho wrote:
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 From the manual

Name of the file where script errors should be logged. The file should  
be writable by the web server's user. *If the special value syslog is  
used, the errors are sent to the system logger instead.*

Rsyslog on my debian distribution doesnt use /etc/syslog.conf by  
default, it uses /etc/rsyslog.conf

In short rysylog uses  different log files with probably a different  
configuration. Your errors are ending up somewhere, just not where you  
expect them.


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