[Samba] Question about log file format
meike.stone at googlemail.com
Fri Jan 9 04:05:00 MST 2015
Hello and happy new year!
I've a configured logging in the smb.conf as following
vfs objects = extd_audit
debug uid = yes
debug pid = yes
log level = 0 vfs:2
syslog = 0
log file = /var/log/smbduserlogs/%U.log
max log size = 1024
a example of a resulting lines looks like:
[2015/01/08 14:48:48.124825, 2, pid=19808, effective(51002, 100),
[2015/01/08 13:43:59.147208, 0, pid=41390, effective(50038, 100), real(0, 0)]
Because of the splitting in diffident logfiles, one logfile represents
one smbd process.
In one file, I see different numbers for this field.
Can someone tell me please, what the number before pid represents?
PS: I it possible, to disable the line wraping in the log file?
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