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RHEL 7 and CentOS 7 syslog Rate Limit

https://access.redhat.com/solutions/1417483 In RHEL 7 there is rate-limiting both in systemd-journald and in rsyslog's imjournal module Lower Ratelimit Interval Lower the interval for rate-limiting and increase the burst level in order to minimize the possibility of losing log messages when the threshold is reached for the specified number of messages logged within the specified interval. Rate-limiting is specific to each process, so there's usually no reason to change this. It is also inadvisable to disable this feature entirely! grep -i rate /etc/systemd/journald.conf #RateLimitInterval=30s #RateLimitBurst=1000 RateLimitInterval=10s RateLimitBurst=3000 grep -i rate /etc/rsyslog.conf #$imjournalRatelimitInterval 600 <--default $imjournalRatelimitInterval 300 $imjournalRatelimitBurst 30000 journal corruption journalctl --verify journalctl --force

Configure rsyslog Server on Fedora

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It can be very beneficial for system administrators and network administrators, especially, to log system messages from other machines on the network to a centralized hub. Fedora 20 uses rsyslog as the default syslogd service; this allows administrators to configure remote logging. I'll be detailing the necessary configuration steps of rsyslog in Fedora 20 to allow logging messages from a DD-WRT router. This will entail Edit /etc/rsyslog.confSet up firewall rule to allow incoming connection to serverConfigure DD-WRT router to send syslogd messages to our server
rsyslog server Our server will be the Fedora 20 machine. There are two configuration files in the /etc/ directory that are of interest to us: /etc/rsyslog.conf /etc/sysconfig/rsyslog However, the latter file is not useful anymore as it states: # Options for rsyslogd # Syslogd options are deprecated since rsyslog v3. # If you want to use them, switch to compatibility mode 2 by "-c 2" # See rsyslogd(8) for mor…