The listener creates and manages the log files
Log file entries are in the
date time; PID; message
date and time show when the entry was made.
PID is the ID of the process that made the log entry.
message gives a description of the event or error that caused
the log message.
The following events are logged:
The log files are held open by the listener process.
Entries are made by two types of processes:
the listener process (listen) and the
NLPS server process (nlps_server).
is a service that provides compatibility with
pre-UNIX System V Release 4
each connection that arrives
each service that is started
each file descriptor passed over a pipe
state changes that occur
errors and unusual conditions
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UnixWare 7 Release 7.1.4 - 22 April 2004