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This bug suggests that on 12.04, the default permissions for upstart logs do not allow rsyslogd to read them:


That is the logs need to be readable by group 'adm' (or is it 'syslog'?). It's simple enough to change the group for any given log file, but how do I make it persistent such that any rotated or newly created logs get the right group?

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