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Thread: Multiple Server Logging

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    Default Multiple Server Logging

    Hi

    I have two servers running Zimbra. One of them is the LDAP master the other is an LDAP replica.

    I run one set of domains on one server and a second set of domains on the second. Both servers have all services installed and configured.

    Everything seems to work OK.

    However, how should the logging be setup. At the moment zmlogger et.al. log on each server into a seperate instance of the logger database that is local to that server. If I enter the Admin Console on the primary server I can see that both servers exist but can only see the status and statistics for the server I am connected too. If I connect to the second servers admin console I can see both servers exist but can again only see the status and graphs for the server I am connected too.

    What is the correct setup so that I have central logging and status reporting? Is there a master/master setup for the logging database or do I just have to use one. If I have to use one logging database how do I setup the remote server to talk to it?

    Many thanks
    Jason

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    As it says in the admin guide, only install the logger in one place.
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