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the ''--syslog'', and ''--logpath'' command line options as well
 
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as to the database (if ''--nodblog'' isn't set.) For details on
 
as to the database (if ''--nodblog'' isn't set.) For details on
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A single copy of <code>mythlogserver</code> is started on each host,
 
A single copy of <code>mythlogserver</code> is started on each host,

Revision as of 14:36, 1 January 2013

Important.png Note: The correct title of this article is mythlogserver. It appears incorrectly here due to technical restrictions.


mythlogserver is a program added in the 0.26 release. Log messages generated by all of the other MythTV programs are sent to mythlogserver which then distributes them to files based on the --syslog, and --logpath command line options as well as to the database (if --nodblog isn't set.) For details on how the logging options work, refer to Logging.

A single copy of mythlogserver is started on each host, as soon as any MythTV program starts, typically mythbackend and mythfrontend. mythlogserver's own logging options are inherited from the program that starts it. Log entires in mythlogserver's own log can be seen whenever one of its clients, such as a backend, starts and stops using it. Also note that when mythlogserver detects that no other MythTV program is using it, it will stop running after 5 minutes.

See 0.26 specific sections in Logrotate All Applications and Simple rsyslog Configuration if they are used.

mythlogserver uses ZeroMQ libraries, which are included with the MythTV distribution.