[gccsdk] Syslog: DoggySoft vs. Unix

John Tytgat John.Tytgat at aaug.net
Thu Dec 18 14:11:11 PST 2008


In message <5ce92fe94e.admin at snowstone.org.uk>
          Adam <lists at snowstone.org.uk> wrote:

> Here's a stab at a "non-linear" scheme:
> 
> 0   <->             # Unix scheme doesn't account for armageddon!
> 10  <->             # ... or war
> 20  <-> Emergency
> 30  <-> Alert
> 40  <-> Critical    # Paraphrase: "critical should be less than 50"
> 50  <->
> 60  <-> Error
> 70  <->
> 80  <-> Warning
> 90  <->
> 100 <-> Notice      # This point seems to be fairly well defined
> 120 <->
> 130 <->
> 140 <->
> 150 <-> Information
> 160 <->
> 170 <->
> 180 <->
> 190 <->
> 200 <-> Debug
> 210 <->
> 220 <->
> 230 <->
> 240 <->
> 250 <->

I've now implemented this mapping.

John.
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