[Users] memlog question

Bogdan-Andrei Iancu bogdan at voice-system.ro
Wed Apr 11 10:19:18 CEST 2007

Hi Georgios,

yes, the delay at shutdown is because a large amount of data pushed via 
syslog. There is nothing you can do here :(. The mixed lines are because 
probably you configured syslog to to do asynchronous writing  into  the 
file. You can switch to syncr. mode, but with performance penalties.


Papadopoulos Georgios wrote:
> Hello all,
> I have a question about what is the best way to enable logging in 
> openser 1.1.x. I want also to be able to get the memory dump so I have 
> compiled with the appropriate flags and in my config I have
> debug=2
> memlog=1
> log_stderror=no
> This outputs everything into /var/log/messages, but the problem is 
> that the memory dump section is messed up (lines do not seem to be in 
> the right order). Also it takes a lot of time to stop openser with 
> this configuration and I end up killing it. Is this because dumping 
> all the memory to syslog is very slow? Is there a better way to do this?
> thank you for any help
> George
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