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using logger module

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I attempted to use the logger module per the instructions in
http://docs.python.org/lib/minimal-example.html

I tried a couple of differnet levels. Nothing appeared in any logs. Has this
module been tested with syslog-ng? That is what is packaged with suse and I
am wondering if it is a version problem with the syslog server.

I am using python 2.4 -- on a 2.6.11.4-xx kernel. (suse 9.3)
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David Bear
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Jul 17 '06 #1
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Can you post exact code that you used?

Raghu.

David Bear wrote:
I attempted to use the logger module per the instructions in
http://docs.python.org/lib/minimal-example.html

I tried a couple of differnet levels. Nothing appeared in any logs. Has this
module been tested with syslog-ng? That is what is packaged with suse and I
am wondering if it is a version problem with the syslog server.

I am using python 2.4 -- on a 2.6.11.4-xx kernel. (suse 9.3)
--
David Bear
-- let me buy your intellectual property, I want to own your thoughts --
Jul 17 '06 #2

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