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Re: [opensuse] Memory Stick Mounting
  • From: ka1ifq <ka1ifq@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sat, 3 Feb 2007 17:27:03 -0500
  • Message-id: <200702031727.04129.ka1ifq@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
On Saturday 03 February 2007 16:54, Bruce Marshall wrote:
> On Saturday 03 February 2007 15:46, ka1ifq wrote:
> >         I did this, I did not get anything logged in 'messages', I wonder
> > if your log level is set different?
> >         
> >         I started with a reboot just in case something was funky. I
> > started the tail -f, plugged in the mem stick.
> >         
> >         While I was reading email I saw the window pop up with the mem
> > stick contents, but nothing in the log file, closed the 'tail' and
> > reopened it, nothing listed since jan 19th.
>
> You say there was nothing logged in your /var/log/messages since the 19th??
>
> Impossible since there should be *many* messages from your re-boot and
> other activities.
>
> Please clarify.

Well here is the last segment of my log:


Jan 19 10:39:47 Suse101 smbd[7073]: [2007/01/19 10:39:47, 0]
lib/util_sock.c:get _peer_addr(1225)
Jan 19 10:39:47 Suse101 smbd[7073]: getpeername failed. Error was Transport
endpoint is not connected
Jan 19 10:39:47 Suse101 smbd[7073]: [2007/01/19 10:39:47, 0]
lib/util_sock.c:write_data(557)
Jan 19 10:39:47 Suse101 smbd[7073]: write_data: write failure in writing to
client 10.128.128.7. Error Connection reset by peer
Jan 19 10:39:47 Suse101 smbd[7073]: [2007/01/19 10:39:47, 0]
lib/util_sock.c:send_smb(765)
Jan 19 10:39:47 Suse101 smbd[7073]: Error writing 4 bytes to client. -1.
(Connection reset by peer)
Jan 19 11:07:03 Suse101 su: (to root) ka1ifq on /dev/pts/2
Jan 19 11:07:05 Suse101 su: (to root) ka1ifq on /dev/pts/2
Jan 19 11:11:36 Suse101 checkproc: checkproc: Empty pid
file /var/lock/susehelpindex for /usr/bin/susehelpindex
Jan 19 11:11:38 Suse101 syslog-ng[2221]: SIGHUP received, restarting syslog-ng

I remember opening the helpindex and having to add things to do a search.
I was looking for info to grab logs from my router.
I edited a line to turn on logging on port 514, I went back and commented it
out, I'll go back and copy the original file back and reboot
(/etc/syslog-ng/syslog-ng.conf.in).

Mike

Does the boot log here or to /var/log/boot.msg ?



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