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rgerhards added the enhancement label Apr 15, 2016 rsyslog and closely related libraries member rgerhards commented Apr 15, 2016 This was actually added after a request, I think for container environment. Looks like it affects mainly the creation of /var/log files.7069.656806875:2acbf960: telling modules to activate config (before dropping privs) 0x6d4b0 <-- DO IMUXSOCK BEFORE DROPPING7069.656887616:2acbf960: pre priv drop activating config 0x6d4b0 for Aug 26 13:00:38 localhost rsyslogd: [origin software="rsyslogd" swVersion="7.4.7" x-pid="4280" x-info="http://www.rsyslog.com"] start Aug 26 13:00:38 localhost rsyslogd: cannot create '����x': Permission denied Aug 26 13:00:38 localhost rsyslogd: imuxsock does not run because Unfortunately - no luck. Source
Aug 26 07:09:46 RHEL7 rsyslogd: [origin software="rsyslogd" swVersion="7.4.7" x-pid="2985" x-info="http://www.rsyslog.com"] start Aug 26 07:09:59 RHEL7 root: testMSG Comment 3 Tomas Heinrich 2015-08-28 10:33:28 EDT (In reply to Marek Marusic from comment So, syslog daemon listens on it, and clients connect to it. andygr New Posts: 4Joined: Tue Feb 25, 2014 10:04 am Top Google Ads Display posts from previous: All posts1 day7 days2 weeks1 month3 months6 months1 year Sort by AuthorPost timeSubject After removing syslog-ng from the default runlevel and removing /dev/log before rebooting, it looks like (at least in gentoo), the socket is created by syslog-ng at startup: Code:# ls -l /dev/logls:
Cannot Create '/dev/log': Address Already In Use
I, actually, think this is the right reaction to not being able to open the socket (which I can't reproduce here); there shouldn't be a warning when imuxsock runs without any Sign in to comment Contact GitHub API Training Shop Blog About © 2016 GitHub, Inc. Tags: Docker journald RHEL Syslog systemd Share this post: Twitter Facebook Google+ © 2014–2016 Project Atomic.
The /dev/log socket is handled by systemd, you shouldn't try to usurp it. I can´t get imuxsock to load. When I use the start/shutdown script to stop the daemon, the file /dev/log still exists. It checks only the chroot and assumes a modern kernel and uses some parameters for creating network sockets which do not work on the old Droid Kernel.
I don't remember the exact use case. Imuxsock Does Not Run Because We Could Not Acquire Any Socket You can use the sharedUserId attribute in the AndroidManifest.xml's manifest tag of each package to have them assigned the same user ID. Called LogError, msg: imuxsock does not run because we could not aquire any socket Called LogError, msg: activation of module imuxsock failed I´m root and can write into /dev/log OK. Beyond that, I do think it is an OS problem and I think you're going to need a guru in slackware to help you out.
On a different device, the same package may have a different UID; what matters is that each package has a distinct UID on a given device.Because security enforcement happens at the Syslog Help and Information Syslog Welcome, Guest. If I'm wrong about this, making the socket by manually with a few lines of C and chmoding it 666 could work. If I'm wrong about this, making the socket by manually with a few lines of C and chmoding it 666 could work.
Imuxsock Does Not Run Because We Could Not Acquire Any Socket
It turns out that this file is created by syslog-ng and syslog-ng (which was also upgraded) is failing to start. https://forum.linode.com/viewtopic.php?t=5337%3E Logged Anonymous Guest RE: syslogd: cannot create /dev/log. Cannot Create '/dev/log': Address Already In Use i can touch any filename in /dev/ when logged in as root. When setting these flags, the file is still owned by your application, but its global read and/or write permissions have been set appropriately so any other application can see it.
It's very worth it, unless you're just packaging up local logs into files (and if you are, syslog-ng is like bringing an M1A1 to a gunfight). http://skimwp.org/cannot-create/cannot-create-cfp.php Is there anything related to syslog-ng showing in the boot messages shown on the LISH console?EDIT:OK, I see that /dev/log is defined in the syslog-ng.conf file. The issue is that imuxsock is not loaded. Now that it is gone, NxLog isin charge of the creation of the socket, and does so if it is root.However, if I specify that I want Nxlog to run under
This apparently included an upgrade to udev, which necessitated switching from "Latest 2.6 Stable (22.214.171.124)" to "Latest 2.6 Paravirt (2.6.32)". pre priv drop activating config 0x6d4b0 for module imuxsock Called LogError, msg: cannot create '/dev/log' cannot create /dev/log (0). The user thought this was a bug. http://skimwp.org/cannot-create/cannot-create-new-ssp.php I can´t get imuxsock to load.
dlang Frequent Poster Posts: 881Joined: Mon Sep 15, 2008 7:44 am Top Re: ERROR: imuxsock cannot create /dev/log by andygr » Thu Feb 27, 2014 10:52 am Thanks for the Set $OmitLocalLogging to off. Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable): rsyslog-7.4.7-11.el7 How reproducible: always Steps to Reproduce: This is my configuration 1.Edit rsyslog.conf [root@RHEL7 ~]# cat /etc/rsyslog.conf $ActionFileDefaultTemplate RSYSLOG_TraditionalFileFormat $ModLoad imklog $ModLoad imuxsock #Custom
But not all docker containers run systemd and journald. (Most don’t).
Reply to this email directly or view it on GitHub <#949 (comment)> abulford referenced this issue in redmatter/docker-rsyslog Aug 19, 2016 codemedic Check This Out When creating a new file with getSharedPreferences(String, int), openFileOutput(String, int), or openOrCreateDatabase(String, int, SQLiteDatabase.CursorFactory), you can use the MODE_WORLD_READABLE and/or MODE_WORLD_WRITEABLE flags to allow any other package to read/write the file.
The problem was that in RHEL7 and Fedora we now use journald, which listens on /dev/log for incoming messages. I tried this on a new compose (RHEL-7.2-20150904.0) with your scratch build and it works as expected.