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    tim.mothery is offline New Member
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    Default Log output disappeared

    I'm having a problem with stats showing up and in the process of trying to fix it a forum entry suggested that the following command should be run as root

    /opt/zimbra/libexec/zmsyslogsetup

    I did this but now I get nothing showing up in /var/log/maillog.

    Mail delivery/sending seems to work fine, I just can't 'see' anything.
    (stats still aren't working but that is secondary to this newly created problem)

    Please, how do I get my log info back?

    Thanks, Tim

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    is syslog service running on your server? try restarting syslog service.

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    tim.mothery is offline New Member
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    Default Log output disappeared

    Yes, syslog is running.
    Restarted anyways.
    No change.

    If it helps, syslog, and the maillog were working just fine until I restarted zimbra to run the command mentioned above.

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