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From: sf <sf@...>
Subject: Re: How to make iptables log to a separate log file?
Date: Mon, 28 Nov 2005 13:15:10 +0100
Abhay Kedia wrote:
...
> Yes and this is why I want them to be logged separately. Thanks to the helpful 
> replies by everyone, I have been able to log iptables log to a separate file 
> but the problem still remains.
> 
> /var/log/messages is getting flooded by iptables log. I can't see any helpful 
...

Use

	flags(final);

in syslog-ng's log entry for iptables and put this log entry before all 
others in syslog-ng.conf.

(The man page for syslog-ng.conf is incomplete. For detailed 
documentation read /usr/share/doc/syslog-ng-1.6.8-r1/syslog-ng.txt.gz.)

Regards
	Stephan

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How to make iptables log to a separate log file?
-- Abhay Kedia
Re: How to make iptables log to a separate log file?
-- Tobias Sager
Re: How to make iptables log to a separate log file?
-- Tobias Klausmann
Re: How to make iptables log to a separate log file?
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