Syslog

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Syslog

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By default, /dev/log should be available inside end user's CageFS. This is needed so that user's cronjobs and other things that user /dev/log would get recorded in the system log files.

 

This is controlled using file /etc/rsyslog.d/schroot.conf with the following content:

 

$AddUnixListenSocket /usr/share/cagefs-skeleton/dev/log

 

To remove presence of /dev/log inside CageFS, remove that file, and restart rsyslog service.