I have a custom service and have explicitly called for all stdout & stderr to be sent to syslog in the config file, however only some of the output appears in both syslog and the journal (they are consistent).
I am experimenting with
aircrack-ng and I managed to fill up
/ with the syslog file complaining about what I’m doing to the poor wifi card. How can I disable logging to syslog for the duration of my Bash session?. Of course I would like other, unrelated, processes to continue their logging as necessary.
Is there any way to make it so that when programs try to perform
seek() operations on a named pipe it will come back successful (but act as if the pipe was an empty file) instead of ‘Illegal seek’?