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warn.conf(4) [x11r4 man page]

warn.conf(4)							   File Formats 						      warn.conf(4)

NAME
warn.conf - Kerberos warning configuration file SYNOPSIS
/etc/krb5/warn.conf DESCRIPTION
The warn.conf file contains configuration information specifying how users will be warned by the ktkt_warnd daemon about ticket expiration on a Kerberos client. Credential expiration warnings are sent, by means of syslog, to auth.notice. All other warning messages are sent to daemon.notice. Each Kerberos client host must have a warn.conf file in order for users on that host to get Kerberos warnings from the client. Entries in the warn.conf file must have the following format: principal syslog | terminal | mail time [email_address] principal Specifies the principal name to be warned. The asterisk (*) wildcard can be used to specify groups of principals. syslog Sends the warnings to the system's syslog. Depending on the /etc/syslog.conf file, syslog entries are written to the /var/adm/messages file and/or displayed on the terminal. terminal Sends the warnings to display on the terminal. mail Sends the warnings as email to the address specified by email_address. time Specifies how much time before the TGT expires when a warning should be sent. The default time value is seconds, but you can specify h (hours) and m (minutes) after the number to specify other time values. email_address Specifies the email address at which to send the warnings. This field must be specified only with the mail field. EXAMPLES
Example 1: Specifying warnings The following warn.conf entry * syslog 5m specifies that warnings will be sent to the syslog five minutes before the expiration of the TGT for all principals. The form of the mes- sage is: jdb@ACME.COM: your kerberos credentials expire in 5 minutes FILES
/usr/lib/krb5/ktkt_warnd Kerberos warning daemon SEE ALSO
ktkt_warnd(1M), syslog.conf(4), SEAM(5) SunOS 5.10 22 Apr 2003 warn.conf(4)

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syslog_evm.conf(4)					     Kernel Interfaces Manual						syslog_evm.conf(4)

NAME
syslog_evm.conf - EVM syslog subscription configuration file SYNOPSIS
facility.priority DESCRIPTION
The syslog_evm.conf file is a text file that specifies what syslog messages will be forwarded from the syslog daemon to the Event Manager, EVM,in the form of EVM events. Those syslog messages are posted to the EVM daemon evmd by syslogd if the syslogd forwarding function is turned on with the -e flag. Events are posted with the EVM name of sys.unix.syslog.facility-name. This configuration file is read every time syslogd starts, or is restarted by a SIGHUP signal. If the file does not exist, or if it exists but contains no subscription lines, no syslog messages will be posted to EVM. Each line in the file controls the forwarding of one syslog event. Lines beginning with the # character are considered comments and are ignored. Only one subscription per line is permitted. Mixing a subscription and a comment on the same line is not allowed. Each line has the format facility.priority[+]. Specifies the part of the system that generated the message. Legal values are the follow- ing: All messages. Messages generated by the kernel. Messages generated by user processes. Messages generated by the mail system. Mes- sages generated by system daemons. Messages generated by the authorization system. Messages generated internal to the syslog system. Messages generated by the line printer spooling system. Messages generated by the system news command. Messages generated by the UNIX to UNIX copy system. Messages generated by the system clock daemon. Messages generated by remote file systems. Available for local use. Indicates the priority of the message. If the priority is followed by a + character, events which are of the specified priority or higher are forwarded; otherwise only events which exactly match the priority are forwarded. The priority level must be one of the following: Forward messages of any priority. Forward messages of emergency priority. Forward messages of alert priority. Forward messages of critical priority. Forward messages of error priority. Forward messages of warn- ing priority. Forward messages of notice priority. Forward messages of information priority. Forward messages of debug priority. EXAMPLES
This example causes syslogd to forward events to EVM as follows: All messages of emergency priority are forwarded. All messages generated in the kernel which have a priority of info or greater are forwarded. All messages generated by users, by the mail subsystem or by the system daemons which have a priority of info or greater are forwarded. *.emerg kern.info+ user.notice+ mail.notice+ daemon.notice+ FILES
Location of the system logger configuration file. Location of the EVM syslog subscription configuration file. Location of the EVM logger configuration file. SEE ALSO
Commands: evmd(8), evmlogger(8), syslog(1), syslogd(8) Routines: syslog(3) Event Management: EVM(5) delim off syslog_evm.conf(4)

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