Logging troubleshooting information
Most of the server daemons started by /etc/inetd.conf accept
a -d option forcing all sockets to be created with
debugging turned on. With debugging on, activity is logged in
/usr/adm/syslog. To enable logging:
If you enable logging for all server daemons, take care to monitor the
size of /usr/adm/syslog, as it may grow quickly. To turn off
logging, reedit inetd.conf to remove debug flags and
kill -1 the inet daemon again.
Edit /etc/inetd.conf to add the -d option to each
daemon you want to log.
Determine the process ID of inetd by entering the
The process ID of inetd appears.
Send a message to inetd to force it to reread
kill -1 inetd_pid
inetd_pid is the process ID from step 2.
Verifying correct routing behavior
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SCO OpenServer Release 6.0.0 -- 05 June 2007