Future timestamps in /var/log/secure

Wade Peacock wade.peacock at sunwave.net
Fri Feb 26 14:05:30 CST 2010


That does make sense. I will try to simulate that with a temporary
virtual machine as a different timezone.

Wade
>> aha! there you go, mine doesn't but maybe yours does?
>
> The specification for the syslog protocol is that timestamps embedded in
> the message should be used instead of syslogd's time.  Most syslog
> daemons as a result apply this concept to both local and remote
> messages.
>
> You have to keep in mind that syslogd can also send/receive messages
> to/from remote destinations.
>
> William
>
>




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