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    • phcyso's avatar
      Fix Log folder permission. · 6354081c
      phcyso authored
      If folder owner set to root but rsyslog is running as 'syslog' user then it can not write these files and silently fails.
      6354081c
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    • Eric G. Wolfe's avatar
      [COOK-3608] Split `mail.*` facilities · f46584eb
      Eric G. Wolfe authored
      
      
      The split mail.* facilities in the `50-default.conf` template is a problem for me on mail servers.  This seems to be an opinionated addition to Debian-ish rsyslog defaults as shipped, however I retained that functionality on non-RHEL systems for cookbook backwards compatibility.
      
      The `50-default.conf` is very much geared towards Ubuntu/Debian. Which is not a huge problem, but the cookbook generates log files which will never get rotated on RHEL family, and probably other, systems.
      
      This adds a hash knob to allow log facilities and log destination to be rendered in the `50-default.conf` template for these two requirements.
      Signed-off-by: default avatarSeth Vargo <sethvargo@gmail.com>
      f46584eb