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NAME

       ha_logd - Logging Daemon for High-Availability Linux

SYNOPSIS

       ha_logd [ -skdh ] [ -c configure file ]

DESCRIPTION

       ha_logd  is  a logging daemon for Linux-HA. It receives messages from a
       local domain socket /var/lib/log_daemon,  writes  them  to  appropriate
       files  and  syslog if enabled. The reason the logging daemon is written
       is that occationally Heartbeat suffers from disk I/O delays. By sending
       log messages to logging daemon, heatbeat can avoid disk I/O delays.

OPTIONS

       -s     Show the status of ha_logd, running or stopped.

       -k     Stop (kill) the daemon

       -d     Make the logging daemon a daemon

       -h     Show help message

       -c configure file
              Configure  file for ha_logd.  User can configure log file, debuf
              file, log facility, entity and useapphbd.
               For details, see sample configure file ha_logd.cf.

FILES

       /var/run/ha_logd.pid Default PID file.

       ha_logd.cf Sample config file for  ha_logd.   This  file  is  installed
       together with other Heartbeat documents.

SEE ALSO

       heartbeat(8) ha_logger(8)

DOCUMENTATION

       More information may be found at http://www.linux-ha.org.

AUTHORS

        Guochun Shi <gshi@ncsa.uiuc.edu>
        Alan Robertson <alanr@unix.sh>
        Lars Marowsky-Bree <lmb@suse.de>

                               5th November 2004                    HA_LOGD(8)