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Wednesday, February 29, 2012

Logging - Levels

There are 8 different logging levels. Enabling higher level messages enables all lower level messages. EX: enabling Debugging level 7 enables all messages.

Level     Level Name         Description                                     Syslog Definition
0           Emergencies         The system is unusable                    LOG_EMERG
1           Alerts                   Immediate action is needed             LOG_ALERT
2           Critical                 Critical condition                             LOG_CRIT
3           Errors                  Error condition                                LOG_ERR
4          Warnings              Warning Condition                           LOG_WARNING
5          Notifications          Normal but significant condition       LOG_NOTICE
6          Informational         Informational message                     LOG_INFO
7          Debugging             Debugging message                         LOG_DEBUG

You have the option to send logging to the buffer, console, or a syslog host.


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