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Section: 5 (Format de fichier)

NAME

newslog - description of Usenet log files

DESCRIPTION

Most log files created by Usenet programs reside in the <pathlog in inn.conf> directory and have a ``.log'' extension. Several versions are usually kept with an additional extension such as ``.1'', ``.2'', etc. --- the higher the number, the older the log. The older versions may be compressed and thus may have a ``.1.gz'', ``.2.gz'', etc. extension.

The scanlogs script and related utilities (see scanlogs(8)) are responsible for rotating and compressing these files.

Some log files always have data, others only have data if there is a problem, and others are only created if a particular program is used or configuration parameter is set. The innstat script (see innstat(8)) monitors the size of all log files.

The following files will only accumulate data under the direction of control.ctl(5):

control.log miscctl.log newgroup.log rmgroup.log unwanted.log

In order to create these files, the ``message'' and ``action'' fields of control.ctl should be chosen from the following table:

 
 Message     Action         Meaning
 all         log=miscctl    Log all messages by default
 default     log=miscctl    Log unknown messages
 newgroup    doit=newgroup  Create group and log message
 newgroup    log=newgroup   Log message
 rmgroup     doit=rmgroup   Remove group and log message
 rmgroup     log=rmgroup    Log message
 ``other''   doit=miscctl   log and process the message
 ``other''   log=miscctl    Log message
 

Here, ``other'' refers to any other control message such as:

 checkgroups
 ihave
 sendme
 sendsys
 senduuname
 version
 

The following is a list of log files:

control.log
This file maintains a count of the number of newgroup and rmgroup control messages seen for each newsgroup. The count is of the number of control messages with the indicated arguments, regardless if they were actually processed. All control arguments, including invalid ones, are counted. This file is updated by tally.control, which is invoked by scanlogs if either the newgroup or rmgroup logs exist. This file is not rotated.
errlog
This file contains the standard output and standard error of any program spawned by innd(8), such as channel feeds configured in newsfeeds. This file should normally be empty. Scanlogs will print the entire contents of this log file if it is non-empty.
expire.log
By default, when news.daily is going to expire old news articles, it writes the date to this file, followed by any output from expire(8) and the ending date. All lines but the first are indented four spaces.
miscctl.log
When control.ctl is configured as described above, all control messages except newgroup and rmgroup are appended to this file by writelog. There will be a summary line describing the message and the action taken, followed by the article indented by four spaces, and a blank line.
newgroup.log
When control.ctl is configured as described above, all newgroup messages are appended to this file using the same format as for miscctl.log.
news
This file logs articles received by innd. Scanlogs summarizes the rejected articles reported in this file.
news.crit
All critical error messages issued by innd are appended to this file via syslog(3). This log file should be empty. Scanlogs will print the entire contents of this log file if it is non-empty. You should have the following line in your system syslog.conf file, using a tab character for the delimiter:
news.crit <pathlog in inn.conf>/news.crit

(A typical entry is shown; it should agree with <pathlog in inn.conf>.)

news.err
All major error messages issued by innd are appended to this file via syslog(3). This log file should be empty. Scanlogs will print the entire contents of this log file if it is non-empty. You should have the following line in your system syslog.conf file, using a tab character for the delimiter:
news.err <pathlog in inn.conf>/news.err

(A typical entry is shown; it should agree with <pathlog in inn.conf>.)

news.notice
All standard error messages and status messages issued by innd are appended to this file via syslog(3). Scanlogs uses the perl(1) script innreport(8) to summarize this file. You should have the following line in your system syslog.conf file, using a tab character for the delimiter:
news.notice <pathlog in inn.conf>/news.notice
(A typical entry is shown; it should agree with <pathlog in inn.conf>.)
nntpsend.log
The nntpsend(8) programs appends all status messages to this file.
rmgroup.log
When control.ctl is configured as described above, all rmgroup messages are appended to this file using the same format as for miscctl.log.
unwanted.log
This log maintains a count of the number of articles that were rejected because they were posted to newsgroups that do not exist at the local site. This file is updated by tally.unwanted and maintained in reverse numeric order (the most popular rejected group first). This file is not rotated.

HISTORY

Written by Landon Curt Noll <chongo@toad.com> and Rich $alz <rsalz@uunet.uu.net> for InterNetNews. This is revision 6398, dated 2003-07-12.

SEE ALSO

control.ctl(5), ctlinnd(8), expire(8), inn.conf(5), innd(8), news.daily(8), nntpsend(8), syslog.conf(5).
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