I'm running Ubuntu-10.04.04LTS in Hyper-V environments. I found that SSH, HTTP or any other service else stopped because the
rsyslog daemon had died with the message
unable to find the /dev/xconsole file.
I fixed it temporarily with the following.
FILE=/dev/xconsole if [ -e $FILE ]; then echo "$FILE exists Carry on!" else mknod -m 640 /dev/xconsole c 1 3 chown syslog:adm /dev/xconsole echo "Created $FILE." fi
The problem is that I can not get
rsyslog daemon to process these 8 lines when I restart the daemon.
Also restarting the daemon removes the
/dev/xconsole file and we are back to all service stopped. In addressing this problem I have inserted the
fi lines after the start and restart conditions in the
rsyslog script. The problem is I do not get an
stdio. Does someone have an idea on how to make the
rsyslog report to
stdio when it creates the