E.5. Logging

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The default configuration logs anything except debugging information to syslog. See the Log::Dispatch documentation for more information about alternate delivery mechanisms.

It may make sense to send error and higher by email to some administrator. If you do this, be careful that this email isn't sent to back to the current RT instance.


$LogToSyslog, $LogToScree, and $LogToFile

These options define minimum log level that each output mechanism logs. From lowest level to highest, the choices are:

debug
info
notice
warning
error
critical
alert
emergency

For historical reasons, you must use '' (empty string) instead of 0 or undef when disabling a logging mechanism.

     Set($LogToSyslog    , 'debug');     Set($LogToScreen    , 'error');     Set($LogToFile      , '');     Set($LogDir, '/home/rspier/projects/rt-3.4/var/log');     Set($LogToFileNamed , "rt.log"); 


@LogToSyslogConf

If you are using Syslog logging, this directive allows you to override any other options RT passes to Log::Dispatch::Syslog. See the Log::Dispatch::Syslog documentation for more information about interesting flags, including facility, logopt, and ident.

On systems such as Solaris or UnixWare that don't provide a UNIX domain socket to syslog, set this ( socket => 'inet' ).

 @LogToSyslogConf = (  ) unless (@LogToSyslogConf); 

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