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       qslogger - another shell command interface to the system log module (syslog).


       qslogger  [-t  <tag>]  [-f  <facility>]  [-l  <level>] [-x <prefix>] [-r <expression>] [-d
       <level>] [-u <name>] [-p]


       Use this utility to forward log messages to the systems syslog facility, e.g., to  forward
       the messages to a remote host. It reads data from stdin.


       -t <tag>
              Defines the tag name which shall be used to define the origin of the messages, e.g.

       -f <facility>
              Defines the syslog facility. Default is 'daemon'.

       -u <name>
              Becomes another user, e.g. www-data.

       -l <level>
              Defines the minimal severity a message must have in order to be forwarded.  Default
              is 'DEBUG' (forwarding everything).

       -x <prefix>
              Allows you to add a prefix (literal string) to every message.

       -r <expression>
              Specifies  a  regular  expression  which  shall  be  used to determine the severity
              (syslog level)  for  each  log  line.  The  default  pattern  '^\[[0-9a-zA-Z  :]+\]
              \[([a-z]+)\] ' can be used for Apache error log messages but you may configure your
              own pattern matching  other  log  formats.  Use  brackets  to  define  the  pattern
              enclosing  the  severity string. Default level (if severity can't be determined) is
              defined by the option '-d' (see below).

       -d <level>
              The default severity if the specified pattern (-r) does not match and the message's
              serverity can't be determined. Default is 'NOTICE'.

       -p     Writes data also to stdout (for piped logging).


         ErrorLog "|/usr/bin/qslogger -t apache -f local7"


       qsdt(1),  qsexec(1),  qsfilter2(1),  qsgeo(1),  qsgrep(1),  qshead(1), qslog(1), qspng(1),
       qsre(1), qsrespeed(1), qsrotate(1), qssign(1), qstail(1)


       Pascal Buchbinder,