This file defines the path, file names, and type of logging to be used by nfslogd. Each definition is associated with a tag. Starting NFS server logging requires that you identify the tag for each file system. The global tag defines the default values. You can use the following parameters with each tag as needed.
If the path is not specified, the path that is defined by defaultdir is used. Also, you can override defaultdir by using an absolute path.
To identify the files more easily, place the files in separate directories. Here is an example of the changes that are needed.
% cat /etc/nfs/nfslog.conf #ident "@(#)nfslog.conf 1.5 99/02/21 SMI" # . . # NFS server log configuration file. # global defaultdir=/var/nfs \ log=nfslog fhtable=fhtable buffer=nfslog_workbuffer publicftp log=logs/nfslog fhtable=fh/fhtables buffer=buffers/workbuffer
The default directory would be /var/nfs.
Log files would be stored in /var/nfs/logs/nfslog*.
File-handle-to-path database tables would be stored in /var/nfs/fh/fhtables.
Buffer files would be stored in /var/nfs/buffers/workbuffer.