Rsyslog supports writing to the database. Like with log files, the rsyslogd writes the data, but does not delete (or export) it. If you need the data only for a period of time, simply deleting excess data might be a workable solution. Below are some examples how this can be done (thanks to Michael Meckelein […]
How to separate log files by host name of sending device?
Question: I have activated remote logging and receiving syslog messages from several devices. I want to write a separate log file for each device sending syslog messages. How to achieve that? Answer: It is pretty easy. You can use dynaFiles for it. With them, you specify a template as the file name. For each message, […]