Thanks for the answers, a few questions below. On Aug 11, 2010, at 7:14 PM, cfrees@. Wrote: > On 10.4, I use this: > /usr/local/sbin/smartd -p /var/run/smartd.pid -l local3 -c > /usr/local/etc/smartd.conf > in a StartupItem. (This usually means I couldn't make it work with launchd.) Ok, I should be able to manage that in launchd. I did try on the command line, just starting smartd with -l local3 as you have, but I was unable to get it to report anything to the log at all.
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I could use `logger` as follows: logger -p local3.debug 'this is a test log' and that would send the line to system.log, but smartd would not. Best how to change profile picture in skype for mac. Perhaps it won't when started from the command line? Does smartd have to fork in order for the logging to happen? I read in the man page that using -d for debug will halt the logging and send logging to stdout, but even stopping that and I was still not able to get log data to show up. > I use this with a customised log facility specified in syslog.conf: > local3.* /usr/local/var/log/smartd.log > which you obviously don't wish to do. Yes, ideally I would avoid that. However, in my tests, I did try that, along with the above steps, and only would the `logger` command work.
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> On the version of smartmontools I'm using (5.38), the man page > specifies the values as one of local0-7. On my machine, most of these > are not directed anywhere in particular by syslog.conf by default >Toontrack keygen for mac. certainly not to system.log. So no argument passed to smartd with -l > would do what you want here. What about the daemon log facility? Does OS X handle that at all?