AIX Syslog where the hostname sit


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Output of the following commands would be helpful:
Code:
uname -a
hostname
lsattr -El inet0
cat /etc/syslog.conf
cat /etc/hosts
host $(hostname)
host -n $(hostname)
host <IP-address from the previous output>
host -n <IP-address from the previous output>

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Originally Posted by agent.kgb
Output of the following commands would be helpful:
Code:
uname -a
hostname
lsattr -El inet0
cat /etc/syslog.conf
cat /etc/hosts
host $(hostname)
host -n $(hostname)
host <IP-address from the previous output>
host -n <IP-address from the previous output>

Thanks for the reply.

Attached is the output for the above commands.

Last edited by kwliew999; 02-07-2017 at 10:40 PM..
# 10  
Thanks for all the responses, I have managed to get the hostname display in syslog. After I reboot the server, the syslog start to record as the hostname.

I have done the refresh of syslogd, inetd, tcp, etc.. but no change. But reboot of server, then it changed.

Thanks to all your kind responses.
# 11  
That's good but would you tell where you changed what before the reboot?

Last edited by zaxxon; 02-08-2017 at 04:59 AM..
# 12  
I think the syslog hostname is taking from hostname but it just need a server reboot to refresh it.
# 13  
So the command hostname showed localhost? In the large txt file hostname showed another name. I assume you changed somewhere localhost into that other name, before you rebooted? Or did you not change anything and just rebooted? Am I missing something?
# 14  
syslogd's hostname is taken from gethostbyaddr(ip address of hostname), but only once afaik - when syslogd is started. If you changed the hostname and everything configured correctly, the next step is to restart syslogd - stopsrc -s syslogd ; sleep 2 ; startsrc -s syslog. The refresh operation re-reads configuration file, but doesn't check the hostname.
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