[RADIATOR] Radiator, Log SYSLOG and TCP buffering

C R publist.cr at gmail.com
Thu Aug 11 14:49:41 UTC 2022

Just a confirmation that I use this setup in Docker packaging
radiator, rsyslog and supervisord. The works very well. rsystlog is
configured to cache up to 10GB and sends everything to the remote
syslog through TCP. Radiator connects locally through <Log SYSLOG>.
Config and pointers available if desired.



Le lun. 8 août 2022 à 16:15, Heikki Vatiainen <hvn at open.com.au> a écrit :
> On 2.8.2022 3.49, Stefan Paetow (OpenSource) wrote:
> > So, our existing setup is built such that it uses UDP to send stuff to a
> > central syslog server. My problem is that we lose messages from Radiator
> > when the central syslog server has to restart (systems upgrades etc).
> > Does Radiator have any spooling capability in the SYSLOG Log
> > configuration options like the system rsyslogd does?
> Radiator syslog does not do spooling.
> > Thoughts?
> I would configure Radiator to sent to local syslog and let the local
> rsyslogd do forwarding and spooling.
> If you decide to use this option, please let us know how it goes.
> I wasn't aware that rsyslogd has this functionality. It seems like a
> good candidate for a suggested configuration when remote syslog is needed.
> Heikki
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