Bug 204436 - df is run multiple times when $Config{'splithosts'} = 1;
df is run multiple times when $Config{'splithosts'} = 1;
Status: CLOSED WONTFIX
Product: Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4
Classification: Red Hat
Component: logwatch (Show other bugs)
4.4
All Linux
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Assigned To: Jan Synacek
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Reported: 2006-08-28 23:52 EDT by Russell Coker
Modified: 2012-03-14 10:02 EDT (History)
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Description Russell Coker 2006-08-28 23:52:26 EDT
When $Config{'splithosts'} = 1; df is run multiple times, once for each host
that has entries in the syslog file.

The correct solution to this probably involves having a directory other than
/etc/log.d/scripts/services for scripts that take local data and only run such
scripts when processing log entries that match the current hostname.

I'm not sure whether there are other programs run by logwatch that use local
data, so far df is the only one I've observed.
Comment 1 Jan Synacek 2012-03-14 10:02:51 EDT
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