Re: Anaconda logging in Installation guide

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My thoughts landed much where yours did. It would be too much to add inline. Personally, I think the topic pairs nicely with the kickstart content, but the idea of an appendix with references is appealing too.

I'll create the file structure and start fleshing out the content, we can try out including it in a few places and let it stick where you like it best.


On 03/29/2012 01:14 AM, Jack Reed wrote:
Hi Pete,

More comprehensive information on this is probably a good idea, although I think it would be best suited to an appendix. The logging info currently in adminoptions.xml is there because it pertains to a boot option, which is the focus of that chapter. However, placing a more substantial explanation of different logging options elsewhere in the guide may disrupt flow, so an appendix that we can refer readers to at any key points in the guide proper might be the way to go. This would also lend itself to the detailed structure you've suggested.

That said, I may feel differently when I see the angle you take in documenting this. What are your thoughts on where it should go?



On 03/29/2012 04:54 PM, Pete Travis wrote:
Hey Jack,
I've been thinking more about expanding the logging features covered in the IG. Currently, this is addressed in adminoptions.xml, along with boot options, but I think the breadth of information available justifies breaking out logging into it's own set of files:
    1)intro and includes
    2)log types, loglevels, formats
    3)runtime logs and post-install files
    4)serial console / logging
    5)rsyslog, examples
    6)virtio logging, examples
The wiki page is fairly comprehensive, so I think I can work it out over the weekend. Any thoughts on this structure?


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