[Openstack] Flood of compute node's auth.log messages

Matej matej at tam.si
Thu Oct 2 12:26:19 UTC 2014


Thanks for the information, I have disabled that logging and my syslog
server is not "overloaded" any more.

Matej

On Wed, Oct 1, 2014 at 4:37 PM, Christian Berendt <berendt at b1-systems.de>
wrote:

> On 09/17/2014 09:30 PM, Matej wrote:
> > Since messages of this kind are not present on other compute nodes and
> > those entries are filling my disk, I will be very grateful for any ideas
> > on how to find the root of why are they shown.
>
> You probably use different /etc/sudoers files. It is possible to disable
> the logging there. For example to disable the logging for the user
> neutron add the following line into your /etc/sudoers file:
>
> Defaults:neutron !syslog
>
> An other way is to isolate the messages by adding a new filter and
> destination to your Syslog configuration file. Have a look at the
> following article.
>
>
> https://www.debian-administration.org/article/676/Isolating_sudo_messages_from_syslog
>
> HTH, Christian.
>
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