Re: A better method than daisy-chaining logging files?

From: Dewayne Geraghty <>
Date: Tue, 18 Jun 2019 17:48:15 +1000

Thanks Joan, I appreciate the advise, unfortunately the box I'm working

# ps -axw | grep s6-l|grep erro
83417 - Is 0:00.01 s6-log n14 r7000 s100000 S3000000 n14 -.*
+fatal: 2 -.* +^STAT =/var/log/httpd/error/status f !/usr/bi

# ktrace -f /tmp/s-log.txt -p 83417
ktrace: /tmp/s-log.txt: Function not implemented

Its a preproduction box, everything optimised and stripped (no debug

I've worked with nullfs since 2004, probably a little delicate then, but
I've used extensively on customer sites and its proven to be ok. :) The
nullfs component is where the files are piped through, and not the
end-point destination which is ufs2 on an SSD.
Regards, Dewayne.
Received on Tue Jun 18 2019 - 07:48:15 UTC

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