PATCH: sftp-server logging.
Jason A. Dour
jason at dour.org
Tue Mar 19 02:16:53 EST 2002
On Mon, Mar 18, 2002 at 01:57:01AM -0800, alicia wrote:
> > To enable logging, one must use compile time directives
> > (-DSFTP_LOGGING).
> I did that by setting the environement variable
> export CFLAGS="-DSFTP_LOGGING"
> before running
> $ patch -p0 < /tmp/sftp-server.withlogging.patch
> $ ./configure && make && make install
> But when restarting sshd with "LogLevel INFO" I do not see
> anything that looks like SFTP-logs in my logs... Anyone that have
> got this patch to work or know what I've done wrong (Linux ix86)?
Hmm. I just did your exact steps on my install (x86 Linux), and it
worked fine. Verify that your Makefile has -DSFTP_LOGGING in the
CFLAGS. Perhaps your configure run didn't pickup the CFLAGS.
If this was a prior installation directory, perhaps do make clean
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