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Old 12-17-2009, 11:47 AM
Peter Sørensen
 
Default where does log_daemon_msg and related functions post there output

Hi,

I have a most annoying problem with a init script that won't start on boot but when started manually - no problem.

In trying to figure out what's happening I'm looking for the output of the lsb functions log_daemon_msg and related
but I can't find it anywhere so what am I missing ? Should'nt that be somewhere in the /var/log/<whatever> ??

best regards


Peter Sørensen
University of Southern Denmark/email: maspsr@sdu.dk



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Old 12-17-2009, 12:25 PM
Markus Schönhaber
 
Default where does log_daemon_msg and related functions post there output

17.12.2009 13:47, Peter Sørensen:

> I have a most annoying problem with a init script that won't start on boot but when started manually - no problem.
>
> In trying to figure out what's happening I'm looking for the output of the lsb functions log_daemon_msg and related
> but I can't find it anywhere so what am I missing ? Should'nt that be somewhere in the /var/log/<whatever> ??

Take a look at
/lib/lsb/init-functions
and
/etc/lsb-base-logging.sh

As I understand it, the messages are printed the console and written to
usplash (if applicable).

If you want to have the output of those functions appear in a file, you
could redirect or tee them there.

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