• BinkIT Logs?

    From Underminer@1:103/705 to All on Tue Apr 20 20:01:37 2021
    Hey all,
    I might be missing something obvious. I'm potentially at least partially transitioning from Binkd to BinkIT due to the niceties of having it tied in a little more tightly with the board, but is there any method to get a separate logfile produced by BinkIT rather than relying on the sbbsecho and syslogs?
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  • From Digital Man@1:103/705 to Underminer on Tue Apr 20 21:36:18 2021
    Re: BinkIT Logs?
    By: Underminer to All on Tue Apr 20 2021 08:01 pm

    Hey all,
    I might be missing something obvious. I'm potentially at least partially transitioning from Binkd to BinkIT due to the niceties of having it tied in a little more tightly with the board, but is there any method to get a separate logfile produced by BinkIT rather than relying on the sbbsecho and syslogs?

    BinkIT doesn't log to sbbsecho.log. The BinkIT/BinkP outbound connections will log whereever your timed events are logged. While your inbound BinkP/BinkIT connections will be logged whereever your services are logging. If that's syslog on your system, then that's where you'll find the log messages.
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  • From Ragnarok@1:103/705 to Underminer on Wed Apr 21 04:26:28 2021
    El 20/4/21 a las 23:01, Underminer escribió:
    Hey all,
    I might be missing something obvious. I'm potentially at least partially transitioning from Binkd to BinkIT due to the niceties of having it tied in a little more tightly with the board, but is there any method to get a separate logfile produced by BinkIT rather than relying on the sbbsecho and syslogs?
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    You can use rsyslogd with filters to send the binkit logs to custom file:

    https://www.thegeekdiary.com/etc-rsyslog-conf-setup-a-filter-to-discard-or-redirect-messages/

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