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Stop lpstat syslog message

Stop lpstat syslog message

Stop lpstat syslog message

Does anyone know how to stop the lpstat debug message below from getting logged every 5 minutes? Most of the print services are disabled and we can't figure out what's causing it. This does not happen on boxes that have been JASS'd.

Jul 8 11:03:46 lpstat[871]: [ID 462742 user.debug] database: printers, default: user files nis nisplus

# svcs -a |grep print
disabled Mar_16 svc:/application/print/ppd-cache-update:default
disabled Mar_16 svc:/application/print/rfc1179:default
disabled 10:54:41 svc:/application/print/server:default
online Mar_16 svc:/application/cde-printinfo:default


RE: Stop lpstat syslog message

Which log file is it appearing in?  It is generally unusual to have a rule configured to log "debug" level messages, so check your /etc/syslog.conf for any references to debug - they may have been added temporarily while troubleshooting and left behind accidentally.


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