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The RSYNDLOG environment variable specifies an alternate log filename for the Synergy/DE xfServer daemon, rsynd.
The filename to which xfServer information is logged.
By default, Synergy/DE xfServer logs start and stop activity, along with unexpected signals, to the file /usr/lib/rsynd.log. You can specify an alternate log filename using RSYNDLOG.
Each log entry contains the following information:
By default, the maximum log file size is 1 MB. When this size is exceeded, the file is truncated to 0 bytes and then refilled with new activity. Use the RSLOGMAX environment variable (see RSLOGMAX) to specify a larger log file size.
RSYNDLOG must be set prior to starting rsynd. Because rsynd is started from an rc system startup file, you must also set RSYNDLOG and/or RSLOGMAX there as well.
The environment before running rsynd (usually in the /etc/rc file).
RSYNDLOG=/usr/synergyde/dbl/rsynd.log ;export RSYNDLOG