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dlt-system.conf - DLT system process configuration file
The DLT system logging process is the central application, which logs system information from the platform. It provides the features filetransfer, syslog adapater, logging of any kind of files and procfilesystem logger. The individual features can be enabled and disabled in the configuration file. The configuration file dlt-system.conf allows to configure the different runtime behaviour of dlt-system. The configuration file is loaded during startup of dlt-system. dlt-system loads by default the configuration file /etc/dlt-system.conf. An alternative configuration file can be loaded with the option -c.
ApplicationId The application Id used for the dlt-system process. Default: SYS
ShellEnable Enable the Shell for command line injections. Be careful when you enable this feature. The user can send any kind of shell commands. The commands are executed with the rights of the dlt-system process. Dlt-system is started by default as user genivi. Default: 0
SYSLOG ADAPTER OPTIONS
SyslogEnable If this option is set to 1, the syslog adapter feature is enabled. Default: 0 SyslogContextId This value defines context id of the syslog adapter. Default: SYSL SyslogPort This value defines the UDP port opened for receiving log messages from syslog. Default: 47111
SYSTEMD JOURNAL ADAPTER OPTIONS
JournalEnable Enable the Systemd Journal Adapter. This feature is only available, when dlt is compiled with the option “WITH_SYSTEMD_JOURNAL”. Dlt-system is started by default as user genivi, see dlt-system.service file. The user genivi must be added to one of the groups `adm', `wheel' or `systemd-journal' to have access to all journal entries. Default: 0 JournalContextId The Context Id of the journal adapter. Default: JOUR JournalCurrentBoot Show only log entries of current boot and follow. If JournalCurrentBoot and JournalFollow are not set all persistent journal entries will be logged. Default: 1 JournalFollow Show only the last 10 entries and follow. Default: 0 JournalMapLogLevels Map journal log levels to DLT log levels. - 0 Emergency DLT_LOG_FATAL - 1 Alert DLT_LOG_FATAL - 2 Critical DLT_LOG_FATAL - 3 Error DLT_LOG_ERROR - 4 Warning DLT_LOG_WARN - 5 Notice DLT_LOG_INFO - 6 Informational DLT_LOG_INFO - 7 Debug DLT_LOG_DEBUG Default: 1
FiletransferEnable Enable the Filetransfer feature. 0 = disabled, 1 = enabled Default: 0 FiletransferContextId The Context Id of the filetransfer. Default: FILE FiletransferTimeStartup Time in seconds after startup of dlt-system when first file is transfered. Default: 0 FiletransferTimeDelay Time in seconds to wait between deletion of transferred file and start of next file transfer. Default: 10 FiletransferTimeoutBetweenLogs Time in seconds to wait between two file transfer logs of a single file to DLT. Default: 10 FiletransferDirectory You can define multiple file transfer directories. Define the directory to watch, whether to compress the file with zlib and the zlib compression level. For parsing purposes, FiletransferCompressionLevel must be the last one of three values. FiletransferCompression See FiletransferDirectory option for explanation. Default: 0 FiletransferCompressionLevel See FiletransferDirectory option for explanation. Default: 5
LOG FILES OPTIONS
LogFileEnable If this option is set to 1, the log files feature is enabled. Default: 0 LogFileFilename This value sets the full filename path to the file, which should be logged. LogFileMode This value defines in which operation mode the file is logged. In mode 1 the file is only logged once when dlt-system is started. In mode 2 the file is logged regularly every time LogFileTimeDelay timer elapses. 0 = off, 1 = startup only, 2 = regular LogFileTimeDelay This value is used in mode 3 and defines the number of seconds, after which the defined file is logged. LogFileContextId This value defines the context id, which is used for logging the file.
LOG PROCESSES OPTIONS
LogProcessesEnable Enable the logging of processes. 0 = disabled, 1 = enabled Default: 0 LogProcessesContextId This value defines the context id, which is used for logging processes files. Default: PROC LogProcessName This value defines the name of the process to be logged, as used in the file stat of each process. If the value is defined as *, all processes are logged. LogProcessFilename This value sets the relative filename path to the file, which should be logged. The path is relative to the procfilesystem folder of the process. LogProcessMode This value the defines in which operation mode this process file is logged. In mode 1 the file is only logged once when dlt-system is started. In mode 2 the file is logged regularly every time LogFileTimeDelay timer elapses. 0 = off, 1 = startup only, 2 = regular. Default: 0 LogProcessTimeDelay This value is used in mode 3 and defines the number of seconds, after which the defined procfilesystem file is logged. Default: 0
Alexander Wenzel (alexander.aw.wenzel (at) bmw (dot) de)
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