Comment 8 for bug 407862

I did a check this morning and the pkill -HUP does stop the logging -
if it is actually still working at that point in time.

I also noticed that the logging will just stop *without* seeing the
HUP message. dmesg continues merrily, but nothing appears in
/var/log/syslog or /var/log/messages.

All very strange.

2009/8/10 Neil Wilson <email address hidden>:
> No idea what's causing it. Mostly I see the restart message on boot
> but sometimes I don't.
>
> I feel this is going to be one of those irritating bugs that's
> difficult to track down...
>
> 2009/8/10 Michael Terry <email address hidden>:
>> I tried to reproduce this with a 'sudo pkill -1 rsyslog'.  I got the
>> message in /var/log/syslog about a lightweight restart, but it kept
>> logging messages.  So I couldn't reproduce.
>>
>> Does a pkill -1 break rsyslog for you, Neil or Vajra?  Do either of you
>> know what triggered the HUP?
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>> [karmic] Messages not being sent to system logs
>> https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/407862
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> Neil Wilson
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