This bug is created as a clone of upstream ticket:
Increase the resolution of the timestamp from 1 second resolution:
to hundredth or microsecond resolution
Pulling logs from dirsrv to a centralised log server currently requires using something similar to rsyslog to pull new lines from the dirsrv log and write them to the remote server. The most common (although not the most up-to-date) method of this is using the rsyslog imfile module which polls the dirsrv log on a set interval.
Even a low load on the dirsrv server can cause multiple log lines to be written every second. When these lines are pulled by rsyslog and sent to the remote log consolidation server, the ordering of the log lines can be completely lost.
My development pair of FreeIPA servers can write around 30 log lines with the same date timestamp. Once these arrive at the log consolidation server, the ordering is completely lost as the resolution goes no further than 1 second.
I realise that there are more advanced logging methods available (using inotify in rsyslog 8.something), but RHEL 6 & 7 are 2 of the biggest deployed Linux versions and they are currently pegged at rsyslog-7.4.
Build :: 389-ds-base-188.8.131.52-1.el7.x86_64
Issue is fixed, Initial testing passed. Marking the bug as VERIFIED.
Since the problem described in this bug report should be
resolved in a recent advisory, it has been closed with a
resolution of ERRATA.
For information on the advisory, and where to find the updated
files, follow the link below.
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